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Juke Box Mania

 

Juke Box Mania – April 24 2015 – Everyone can be Juke Box Heroes!

 

Community Counselling & Resource Centre

Tables are selling quickly with less than a month until the 10th anniversary of Juke Box Mania, to be held on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. at the Trentwinds. All those interested in participating should sign up now at www.cccrc-ptbo.com.Juke Box Mania promises a fun evening of great music and entertainment involving a name-that-tune game, a buffet dinner, an extensive silent auction, a 50/50 draw, and a special 10th anniversary guest, to be announced soon. All proceeds help prevent homelessness through Community Counselling and Resource Centre (CCRC)’s Housing Resource Centre and support other CCRC services.

 

Players sign up in teams of 8 to play the game and enjoy the evening. Community tables are $360 ($45 per person) with a $20 tax receipt per person. Sponsored tables receive extensive recognition leading up to, and during the event. Players listen to sound clips of music and submit answers identifying songs, TV jingles, movies and artists to a panel of judges. Teams with the top three highest scores go home with prizes and bragging rights!Even if you can’t attend, everyone in the community can be Juke Box Heroes by sponsoring those involved with Juke Box Mania.

 

Watch the Juke Box Heroes page grow, and add a donation to raise the bar in supporting CCRC services. Everyone playing Juke Box Mania and all their s

ponsoring friends become Juke Box Heroes, and the team with the most sponsors will win a prize at the event. Just visit CCRC’s website at www.ccrc-ptbo.com to support a team you know and become one of Peterborough’s Juke Box Heroes!

 

Community Counselling and Resource Centre is a community agency with almost 60 years of experience in strengthening people’s lives and promoting community well-being. An accredited United Way agency, it offers counselling, support and resources to assist with personal well-being, credit and financial management, access to housing and connections with the community.

 

Tables are selling quickly – sign up now to avoid disappointment!

Juke Box Mania

 

For more information, please contact:

Casey Ready,

Executive Director, CCRC

705-743-2272

Follow us on Twitter @CCRC_Ptbo

Look for our Juke Box Mania Facebook page

EMERGENCY#21

Public Energy EMERGENCY #21

EMERGENCY#21

FESTIVAL OF NEW DANCE & PERFORMANCE
PETERBOROUGH AREA ARTISTS

MARCH 26-29, 2015
Market Hall Performing Arts Centre & The Theatre On King

The Emergency Festival (name for its commitment to emerging work by up-and-coming and veteran artists alike) showcases the most inventive, engaging and at times outrageous new performances created by Peterborough area artists working in all performance field

For the first Emergency of Public Energy’s next 20 years we are including some special treats, including the long awaited presentation of Vertep, Brad Brackenridge’s is Intimate installation/performance for one person at a time, and the full length play Myramadon by the late Bernie Martin at The Theatre on King. Myramadon will see one of Peterborough’s favourite performer/musician partnership back on stage: Kate Story and Curtis Driedger.

To buy regular priced tickets, click here:

Schedule:
Program A at Market Hall
Thursday March 26 2015 – 8:00 PM
Saturday March 28 2015 7:30 PM
Featuring works by Nick Ferrio, Janel Jarvis, Heather McGillivray, Old Men Dancing, Opal, Stephanie Bartsch and Becca Partington, Hermione Rivison.

Program B at Market Hall
Friday March 27 2015 – 8:00 PM
Saturday March 28 2015 – 9:00 PM
Featuring works by Northumberland Contemporary Dance Collective, Barbara Dametto, Kenn Gibb, Judith Mason, Tegan Moss and Caitlin Bragg, Hilary Wear.

Myrmidon at The Theatre On King, 159 King Street
Thursday March 26 2015 – 8:00 PM
Friday March 27 2015 – 8:00 PM
Saturday March 28 2015 – 5:00 PM
Sunday March 29 2015 – 1:00 PM
Myrmidon by Bernie Martin
Performed by Kate Story and Curtis Driedger

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