Occupied Ottawa Full Moon Celebration
Friday August 31, 2012
7:00 pm start
The Daily Grind
601 Somerset St W,
The Call Out:
Come out and celebrate the Full Moon. Occupied Ottawa hosts this monthly event to connect the artistic community with activism in Ottawa. Families of Sisters in Spirit (FSIS) will be highlighted this month.
Features live music by local gifted & gifting musicians, Art Jam, and a presentation by FSIS.
John Reilly Roe
and more to be announced.
Any donations will go to FSIS's latest exciting initiative: the For Our Sisters Music Video Project: http://igg.me/p/201877?a=1011401. Please share this link! If you contribute $10 or more to this funding campaign, it will be your ticket into the Celebration! Otherwise, pay what you can at the door, suggested donation $10, no one turned away
After the show, we'll be hiking across the street to celebrate the moon in Dundonald Park. Bring poi, hula hoops, & fun.
Occupied hopes to raise funds for a different organization each full moon. You can check out the video from a previous Full Moon: http://vimeo.com/45641874.
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