night the Potter's House restaurant / bookstore / art gallery becomes an intimate
listening room for Sounds of Hope Benefit concerts. Good
folks (of all ages, shapes, sizes and colors) gather here for Good Music, Good
Food for a Good Cause. Dinner and desserts are served (by volunteers) starting
at 7, then we're treated to 2 different acts of music (or spoken word, or African
Drumming and Dancing or ???). These Sounds bring Hope to the community because
every Friday night the ticket sales benefit a different charity. Tickets are
by donation and are available at the door ($15-$50 sliding scale).
Dec 14 12, 07:00 PM
Dan Johnson, a member of the dynamic duo Soul Pajamas is a consummate entertainer.
Dan's intricate guitar work moves easily from blues to jazz to rock to soul
while his strong dynamic tenor touches our thoughts with fresh, inspirational
Donations support the meditation sessions offered at the DC Center for Spiritual
Living which provides spiritual tools to transform our personal lives and make
the world a better place. http://www.DCCSL.org
Fri Dec 21 12,
Sounds of Hope 10th ANNIVERSARY PARTY, Mary Shapiro, Doug Alan Wilcox and more!
Tickets: $15 or more donation at the door. No one turned away.
WOW! It's our 10th Anniversary of Sounds of Hope! Come Celebrate with us: songs
and stories and some special surprise guests from our first 500 shows. Have
a story of song to share? Contact Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you HERE!
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Sounds of Hope benefit concert
series started in 2002 and was named by its co-founder, producer and host, Mary
Shapiro. A teacher and performing songwriter, Mary also hosts the free monthly
open mic (final Fridays of each month).
INTERESTED IN BOOKING? We
have a complete built in sound system, simple stage lights and table seating
for 50. Performers and charities please visit www.myspace.com/soundsofhope.
Read the details and fill out the application form. Mary will get back to you
within 2 weeks.