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Gonna Take Us All: Building Community & Resistance through Song

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Mar 17 2018 - 1:00pm - 5:00pm

This afternoon workshop with Charlie King, Annie Patterson and Peter Blood offers participants an opportunity to: Sing songs that transform awareness and build resilience for social struggles . . . . Learn new songs of empowerment and solidarity . . . . Explore the reasons why songs often connect with hearts on a deeper level than words alone . . . . Hear stories about the leaders' experiences with movement-building and their work with Pete Seeger. Limited to 25 participants; a simple meal will be provided at the conclusion of the workshop and is covered by the fee. Reserve your place now at the web link above for this opportunity to spend time in a small-group setting with three of the country's treasured musician-activists, or pay a suggested donation of $30-50 at the door. If you cannot afford $30, please contact the organizer to ask about scholarship assistance.

The afternoon workshop is followed at 7:00 pm by "Rising of the Moon: Irish Songs of Wonder, Emigration & Resistance," a singalong concert with Charlie, Annie and Peter. See separate listing for further information.

All Souls Church UU is across the road from the West Brattleboro fire station and village common, a bit over a mile west of Exit 2 off I-91 along Rt. 9. Follow the wooded church driveway up to a large parking area. The facility is handicap-accessible; turn right on a paved lane just as you reach the top of the drive to park in a handicap-access space near the building's two ramped entrances.

For more details, contact George Carvill at 802-490-2052 or by email at family@carvill.net.


All Souls Church UU
29 South Street
West Brattleboro, VT
United States
42° 51' 5.9004" N, 72° 36' 10.0404" W
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