Teen Café and Hunterdon Radio Theatre: A Benefit Concert for “The Seriously Talented and Brilliantly Creative” on Saturday September 27, 2008 September 25, 2008Posted by William Spear in >> News, >> Radio Drama.
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Hunterdon Radio Theatre
A Benefit Concert for
“The Seriously Talented
On Saturday September 27, a Fundraising Concert will be held to Benefit the Seriously Talented and Brilliantly Creative members of North County Branch Library’s Teen Café. The Concert will be held at 3:00PM at the Clinton Community Center on Halstead Street in Clinton.
The Teen Café is an ongoing library program open to young people in grades six through nine. Members of Teen Café, along with Hunterdon Radio Theatre, will present a program ranging from classics such as Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven and Beatrix Potter’s Ginger and Pickles to contemporary stories such as Elaine A. Power’s History of Hunterdon County and William E. Spear’s Which Boyfriends Today?
Supporting the program will be the A-Team from Kohl’s in Flemington. They regularly volunteer to enhance children’s lives in local communities. The Kohl’s A-Team, like today’s performance, is “Where you can expect great things.”
Come to the show, support the Teen Café, and enjoy all of the Seriously Talented and Brilliantly Creative performers.
- Date and Time: Saturday September 27 at 3:00PM
- Location: Clinton Community Center; 63 Halstead Street; Clinton, New Jersey 08809
- Costs: $5 for adults; $2 for students and senior citizens
All proceeds go to the North County Branch Library’s Teen Café program.
Due to limited seating, reservations are strongly encouraged.
Please contact Hunterdon Radio Theatre at (908) 638-5114 to reserve seats.
“This program is made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State a partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts through funds administered by the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission.”
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