Local Talent Puts on a Show for Neighbor to Neighbor

Local Talent Puts on a Show for Neighbor to Neighbor

Local Talent Puts on a Show for Neighbor to Neighbor

Kate Coss invites you to a Community Concert to benefit Neighbor to Neighbor.

Kate Coss invites you to a Community Concert to benefit Neighbor to Neighbor.

On Sunday, September 20, at 4 p.m., the Southern Vermont Arts Center is sponsoring a concert at the Arkell Pavilion to benefit Neighbor to Neighbor. What a lineup of talent – Master of Ceremonies Bob Stannard with his harp; Riley Vogel accompanied by Jane Wood; BBA Dance Company artistic director Claudia Shell-Raposa; the BBQ’ers, Dorset’s own barber shop quartet; Rich Grip; BBA Acting Company comedic monologue with director Jim Raposa; Elder Glam celebrating five extraordinary women; Dan Lange and his slide guitar; Kevin O’Toole, barrister/thespian/vocalist, accompanied by two old friends on acoustic guitar, Matt Solon and Carl Eberth; Gail Colgan and Linda Hueckel on ‘Mommyisms,’ and a few other surprises. This is a show you won’t want to miss – we have an abundance of extraordinary local talent; let’s support them and Neighbor to Neighbor and the good work they do. Tickets are $15 at the door, or call 802-367-7787 to pick them up. Student pricing is $10.

Neighbor to Neighbor is a not for profit program that provides volunteer, home-based services geared to building relationships with older and housebound residents in the Northshire, helping them to remain independent. Neighbor to Neighbor also offers social events to keep people connected to each other and the community at large.

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