Concerts @ Quadrangle: 'tis the season and all that jazz...
The YnC Concerts @ series have been a huge success - featuring local musicians Summer Ames, Kurk Thurmond, The Boss Level, and Traveler and supporting local charities Unearned and Stop Child Trafficking Now.
They close out the 2009 series this Friday, November 13th and they welcome back singer-songwriter Becky Middleton. The concert is still free and you and your friends are invited.
But what goes good with a free concert with your friends?
Being part of a solution with your friends.
YnC has partnered with some local DFW residents who are collecting items to help pass out to the homeless on Thanksgiving Eve. This week, sort through your closet and bag the items you know you will never wear again. It's that easy.
The beautiful Mother Theresa once said, "If you can't feed 100 people, then feed just 1." This is true - most of us cannot feed, house, or clothe 100 people. But we can help out one. If 100 people this Friday can gather 1 item/person, that's 100 homeless people in Dallas who will be just a little warmer because you cared. If we can gather together 2 items/person, that's 200 people who will be warmer. If we can gather together 3 items/person ... yea, I think you get the idea.
Here is a list of items they will be collecting at Friday's concert. They are also looking for people who can help pass them out the day before Thanksgiving and the days after until they are all passed out. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are that person!
- Help passing them out
2717 Howell St.
Dallas, TX 75204
Becky Middleton on Twitter: http://twitter.com/BMiddletonMusic
Becky Middleton on MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/beckymiddleton
YnC on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/youngandcultured
YnC exists to act as the link between young adults and the culture in their community by fostering relationships centered around the discovery and appreciation of the arts in all its varied expressions.
If you would like to contact YnC directly, email email@example.com.
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