Adam Solomon Performs at June 27 Community Dinner
Gifted singer-songwriter Adam Solomon is a Juno Award Winning artist. He was born in Kenya and began performing at an early age, playing at village celebrations and festivals. He later performed with popular bands and musicians from a variety of African countries.
Adam has a unique guitar style that draws on both the Mississippi Delta blues style and the African blues style. His music is beautiful and inspiring, and we are delighted that he will be performing at our community dinner!
Our delicious menu will include: * olive tapenade and crackers * fruit punch * akkara patties with chile sauce * spicy corn pancakes * crimson coleslaw with cranberries * potato/asparagus salad * mixed bean salad with edamame * brownies and mini cheesecakes * fresh fruit * coffee and tea (no dairy products or eggs in any of the dishes)
Additional information on Adam Solomon is available at http://www.adamsolomon.ca/
The event will last from 7-10, with appetizers at 7:00 and dinner at 7:30 . The cost is $15.00 per person
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED (so we'll know how much to cook!)
To make a reservation, send an email or leave a message at 416-504-4702 or sign up on Facebook, at http://www.new.facebook.com/event.php?eid=185434380393#wall_posts
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