Friday, November 8, 2013

A Thanksgiving for Veterans / Armistice (Veterans) Day for Peace

notloB Music salutes all veterans and encourages readers to support this and similar events.
When you read of the events below note the music element, especially the fact that the one and only Lenny "Let's Go To Mars" Soloman will be playing for your listening and dancing pleasure!

Jeff Boudreau

QM1 (E6), USCG

A Thanksgiving for Veterans

Dinner and concert benefit to give thanks to our veterans and support the important work of the Somerville Homeless Coalition and the local chapter of the Volunteers of America.
Saturday, November 9, 6:00 pm
Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church, 155 Powderhouse Blvd, Somerville, MA
Clarendon Presbyterian Church and the Nave Gallery
Free to veterans and their families.
Open to the public. Proceeds benefit the Somerville Homeless Coalition and the local Volunteers of America.
$20 suggested donation for concert and dinner
$10 suggested donation for dinner or the concert
Tickets may be purchased at the door
Purchase tickets online:

Dinner: 6-7:30 pm
Concert: 8-10 pm
Music by:
Lenny Solomon
Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact info(at)navegallery(dot)org for more information.

The Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church has limited accessibility. Please contact info(at)navegallery(dot)org to find out how we can accommodate your needs.

Lenny Solomon Band performed at the Veterans for Peace Benefit Concert presented at the Democracy Center, Cambridge on February 9, 2008. Photo by Beth Fridinger.

Armistice (Veterans) Day for Peace

Monday, November 11, 2013, 2:30-3:30pm
Samuel Adams Park, Boston

Leftist Marching Band, music
Bob Funke, Member, VFP: Ringing of the Bell
Pat Scanlon, Coordinator, VFP: Welcome
Rev. Lara Hoke, Secretary, VFP: Words of Peace

Dudley Hartung, Korean War Veteran
Bob Funke, Vietnam War Veteran
Michael Spinnato, Iraq War Veteran, member of Iraq Veterans Against the War
Al Johnson, Member, VFP: Chelsea Manning

Leftist Marching Band - Music to Dance By

Bruce Macdonald, Vice-Coordinator, VFP: Closing Thoughts

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