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Created 19-Apr-09
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Brick Church Music Series
Concert #7 - April 17, 2009


"An Acoustic Evening"

featuring Atlantic Crossing

with an opening performance from the
Heather Morris School of Dance

The Brick Church Music Series concert on April 17 featured Atlantic Crossing, a terrific touring celtic and roots music group based here in Vermont. We were also fortunate to have 5 young dancers from the Heather Morris School of Dance open the show. Bill Skiff of Williston was the emcee.

The concert was hosted by the Williston/Richmond Rotary, with all funds raised going toward the Rotary International Polio Plus program to vaccinate children in the developing world against polio.

We were also pleased to have the fantastic St. George artist Sean Dye show his work before the show and during the intermission.

The event was very generously supported by RehabGym, Evergreen Family Health, and the Vermont Womens Wellness Center. All of the Brick Church Music Series concerts are generously supported by the Williston Observer, AdAstra Recording Studios, and the Town of Williston.

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-Dave

david.yandell@uvm.edu
brickchurchmusicseries@gmail.com