Bread Alone Project
"Keep Kids Safe" – FREE!
May 3rd, Saturday, 11:00am – 5:00pmCenter House, Seattle Center, info: (206) 779-7666
Musical lineup: Trey Gunn (solo ambient music and storytelling for children), Grace Hearn and Michael Savage, Sarah Severson, The Brandi Carlile Band, The Athey Creek Middle School Choir, The Oregon Children’s Choir.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month! A collaborative group of organizations have planned this event for both adults and children. FREE balloons and FREE face painting will be provided, as well as information on: Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying, Conflict Resolution, Early Brain Development, Fire Safety, Gun Safety, Helmets, Literacy, Media Violence Education, Nutrition, Parenting Education/Family Support, Poison, School Safety, Substance Abuse Prevention, Traffic Safety, Water Safety and Domestic Violence. The organizations involved are: Children’s Hospital, Children’s Response Center, DSHS, CASA, Parent Trust for Washington Children, Salvation Army and the Washington Council for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.
May 18th, ThursdayTractor Tavern, 5213 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA, (206)789-3599.
This will be a one year anniversary party for the Bread Alone Project! Bands will include The Steve Ball Roadshow, Matt Bruno, Juxtapose, Stop That, and Anubis. Music will begin at 8PM. Tickets will be $5 at the door and NW Harvest will be there accepting donations of non-perishable food! Great fun...don't miss it!
April 1st, SaturdayPatti Summers Restaurant and Cabaret, 1st and Pike, Seattle, WA.
We'll have another shindig but this time, at a new location, "Patti Summers Restaurant and Cabaret," a very cozy, romantic jazz club next to Left Bank Books in the Pike Place Market (it's one of the oldest jazz clubs in Seattle)...the show will run from 8:30pm until 12:00am...the bands playing will be: The Matt Bruno Band, Juxtapose and Stop That (with special guest Jim Peppan). This will be a great show with guaranteed excellent atmosphere!
March 10th, FridayKSER 90.7 FM, Lynnwood, WA.
We'll be playing LIVE on Peter Dervin's radio show, "Exposure!"...the show will run from 10:00pm until 1:00am...the band playing will be: Stop That (with special guest Jim Peppan from Juxtapose. Tune in! It'll be fun!
February 4, FridayWhidbey Island Center for the Arts, 565 Camano Ave, Langley, WA, 1-800-638-7631.
KSER Benefit Show! The music will begin at 7:30pm...the bands playing will be: The Steve Ball Roadshow, The Seattle Guitar Circle and Peter Kardas, as guest vocalist...a great show for a great cause!
January 22, SaturdayMr. Spot's Chai House, 2213 NW Market St, Seattle, WA, (206) 297-2424.
If you've never been to Mr. Spot's, you'll really enjoy the cozy, creative atmosphere. The groups playing will be: Stop That, Anubis, Steve Ball with Curt Golden, and Laura Veirs. The music begins at 8:00PM.
December 11, SaturdayRainbow Bar and Grill, 722 NE 45th St, Seattle, WA, (206) 634-1761.
This will be an excellent show! The bands include: the Steve Ball Roadshow, Juxtapose, the Seattle Guitar Circle, Stop That, and Anubis. The music starts at 8:30PM. Admission will be $5, and NW Harvest will be accepting donations of non-perishable food.
November 20, SaturdayRainbow Bar and Grill, 722 NE 45th St, Seattle, WA, (206) 634-1761.
If you missed the CD Release Party, here's a second chance to see the same great bands. The groups playing will be the Whole Bolivian Army, Juxtapose, Matt Bruno, Stop That, and Anubis. The music begins at 8:30PM. And just like last time, tickets will be $5, and NW Harvest will be accepting donations of non-perishable food.
October 28, ThursdayCD RELEASE PARTY at the Tractor Tavern, 5213 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA, (206)789-3599.
Bands playing include the Whole Bolivian Army, Juxtapose, Anubis, Stop That, and Matt Bruno. Music will begin at 8PM. Tickets will be $5 at the door and NW Harvest will be there accepting donations of non-perishable food.
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