Like music? Want to celebrate spring? Don’t miss our two benefit concerts this week!

Looking for a great way to celebrate spring? Then you don’t want to miss these two special benefit concerts this week!!

Tomorrow at 7:30 pm

On Thursday, April 26, the Eastern Nazarene A Capella choir plus the children’s chorus from South Shore Christian Academy will join together for a musical treat you don’t want to miss. The concert will take place starting at 7:30 pm at Wollaston Church of the Nazarene, 37 East Elm Street, Quincy, MA . The concert is free, but donations are encouraged. All proceeds will benefit Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore.

Not free on Thursday?

Then plan to join us on Nantasket Beach in Hull on Sunday, April 29 from 2-6 pm. That’s when the C Note jazz and blues club will be hosting the Brothers in Harmony benefit jam session. (This was the event previously scheduled for March 4 but cancelled due to the  blizzard.)

The Brothers  will join other local groups for a full afternoon of jazz, blues, R&B, and soul that you don’t want to miss.

Tickets are $20 at the door and all proceeds will benefit our programs for homeless families. Doors open at 2, so come early to get a good seat. The C Note is located at 139 Nantasket Ave., in Hull, MA.

Proceeds help homeless families on the South Shore

All proceeds from both benefit concerts will support the Friends of the Homeless shelters and programs, says Herb Newell, Executive Director, Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore. “This includes our successful Home with Friends program that works to end homelessness on the South Shore, one family at a time.”

So if you’re looking for a great way to celebrate our long-overdue Spring, plus a meaningful way to raise funds for homeless families, “Why not join us this week for one of these wonderful musical treats?”  asks Newell. “I love this music and you will too! We look forward to seeing you! “

“I love this music and you will too! We look forward to seeing you!”

For more information, contact Herb Newell at Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore at 781-340-1604.

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