Kids Helping Kids Concert & Live Art@UWL Annett Recital Hall
Jul 18, 2019 —
Andre Previn Peck and his friends invite community members to a concert and art performance – ALL DONE BY KIDS!
Saturday, July 20th, 2:30pm, in the newly remodeled UWL Annett Recital Hall at the Center for the Arts (333 N. 16th Street), performers ages six to eighteen will play a variety of music from Queen to Mendelssohn. Local youth art will be on display and “live painting” will occur on stage during the performances.
The event is free and donations are appreciated to help meet the kids’ goal of raising $5,000 to help fund the community pool opening this summer.
With solos and various ensembles the kids will play piano, cello, trombone, guitars, bass, and more. Andre has prepared a special piano piece, Mozart Fantasia in D minor, as a dedication to veterans. The one hour show will have artists, all abilities musicians, and beginner to advanced students with a reception in the lobby afterwards. Families and individuals of all walks of life are welcome, so get ready to be entertained by some wonderful kids who greatly appreciate your support.
Seats are limited, but available on the facebook event page (at the time of this release less than 25 are remaining) here: https://www.facebook.com/events/465221164267728/
OR by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone unable to attend can still contribute specifically to the Kids Helping Kids fundraiser on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/donate/858980511153393/
OR via the Veterans Memorial Pool website (please include a special note):
As with the Veterans Memorial Pool, persons of all ages, abilities, and from all areas of La Crosse are welcome!
For more information, contact a campaign volunteer at (608) 492-4392 and VeteransMemorialPoolLAX@gmail.com.
Find additional information and updates regarding the VMPC on Facebook at “Veterans Memorial Pool Campaign La Crosse, WI” and MemorialPool.Org.
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