Benefit for Wounded Warriors / Laurie Dameron’s “What Can I Do?” program
BENEFIT FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 27th
Relapse is honored to have been invited to play a benefit for the Wounded Warriors Project on Sat. September 27th, from 8 to 10 P.M. The event will be held at the American Legion hall, located at 9959 Old Wadsworth Blvd., in Broomfield (1 block south of Church Ranch Rd, by the boat storage place). They are expecting a wonderful turnout.
The event will be catered by Carraba’s and food will be served at 7:00 p.m with the band starting at 8:00 p.m. Tickets at the door are $15.00 per person (1/2 of the proceeds going to the WWP). Dress code is slacks, dress shirts and skirts for the ladies. They ask you to RSVP by September 19th (phone calls only) to allow for catering ordering, etc.
Please join us in honoring our Veterans and for this wonderful Charity.
Again, please RSVP by Sept. 19th to 720-272-1455.
Hope to see YOU there!
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BOULDER’S INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL FEATURES LAURIE DAMERON’S PROGRAM “WHAT CAN I DO?” – SEPT. 17th – 28th
In 2012 I decided to use my gift of music, love of art and passion for this incredibly beautiful planet Earth to reach people in a unique way and inspire us all to be better stewards. Even if you do not believe that humans are contributing to global warming, our “disposable society” is quickly depleting our precious resources that will not be re-supplied!
This is a 45-60 minute educational keynote presentation to raise awareness on environmental issues featuring the photography of renowned John Fielder, Karl Snyder and live music of Laurie Dameron. It includes two trailers of award-winning documentaries and shares information that inspires little lifestyle changes we can take immediate action on that will make a BIG difference in reducing our Carbon Footprint at a critical time in our history.
This is a fun way for people to get inspired to be better stewards of this beautiful planet Earth we live on. Recycling and composting are very important but reduce and reuse is way more important. “What Can I Do?” touches on LITTLE things that folks don’t think about much but that can add up to make a BIG difference!
Cast: The “What Can I Do?” presentation features the photography of Karl Snyder, John Fielder, and Filmmaker Suzan Beraza
Art Form: Solo, Multimedia, Music, photography/film
Rating: All Ages Admitted
Warning: Devastation of Earth
Duration: 60 Minutes
Fri, Sept. 19th – 7:30 p.m. – Outlook Hotel
Sat, Sept. 20th – 4:00 p.m. – Neptune Mountaineering
Sun, Sept. 21st – 4:00 p.m. – YMCA of Boulder Valley
Tue, Sept. 23rd – 7:30 p.m. – Outlook Hotel
Thu, Sept. 25th – 7:30 p.m. – Windhorse Community Services
Sat, Sept. 27th – 4:00 p.m. – Neptune Mountaineering
Venues: Outlook Hotel, 800 28th St.; Neptune Mountaineering, 633 S. Broadway, Unit A, Boulder; YMCA of Boulder Valley, 2800 Dagney Way, Lafayette, CO; Windhorse Community Services, 1200 Yarmouth, Suite C-1B, Boulder.
Tickets Available Soon!
“What Can I Do?” Multimedia Environmental Presentation
Created by Laurie Dameron