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Trio Volare, a Chamber Music Benefit for Rebele Family Shelter
Sunday, May 26, 2013, 02:00pm - 04:00pm
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Trio Volare, a benefit for Rebele Family Shelter, presents an afternoon of chamber music featuring masterpieces by Mendelssohn and Beethoven. Enjoy the talents of violinist Elizabeth Choi, violinist Polly Malan, and cellist Nancy Kim. Guest violinist Baker Peoples will also be playing. Trio Volare is co-sponsored by KUSP. Wine and dessert will be available for purchase in support of the Rebele Family Shelter. Proceeds of ticket sales will also be doanted to RFS. About Rebele Family Shelter: HSC's Rebele Family Shelter (RFS) provides 28 families (up to 90 individuals) with three to six months of emergency housing. This time presents the families an opportunity to establish a secure family environment for their children, while the parents work towards ending their homelessness. In addition to providing emergency living accommodations, the Rebele Family Shelter offers daily meals, an After-School Enrichment program for the youth, parenting workshops and case-management to support the unique needs of each family. Over 80% of the families move into permanent housing upon exiting the shelter. You are the "hand-up" these working families need to get back on their feet again. Your support warms hearts and opens doors. Thank you for your contributions to Homeless Services Center.
Location : The Episcopal Church of St. John, Aptos
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$20 in advance, $25 at door

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