This is an update to my previous blog You’re Invited: Interfaith Dinner Sept.13 & International Day for the Eradication of Poverty Oct.17.
Tom Pearson, Chairman of Poverty Action for Change Coalition (PACC) is calling all Entertainers and Artists to display and/or perform any piece(s) related to poverty for the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty event in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, as follows:
“A Call To Artists
Oct 17 is International Day for the Eradication of Poverty as recognized by the United Nations.It is a day designed to draw attention to poverty solutions at home and abroad.
P.A.C.C., Poverty Action for Change Coalition, as well as Make Poverty History York Region, has helped organize an annual event in Newmarket the past 8 years which includes stage and sidewalk entertainer opportunities.
Entertainers and Artists are welcome to display and or perform any piece(s) related to poverty – whether through original artist connection or original works.
Original work depicting poverty related issues is preferred.
Should you be interested to perform on the main stage at Riverwalk Commons ( 200 Duncan Dr Newmarket) and/or as a side-walk performer/artist please let us know. Indoor / outdoor vendor opportunities available as well.
Poverty Action for Change Coalition Contact Info:
PACC (Poverty Action For Change Coalition)
580 Brickell Place Newmarket Ont
L3x – 1Y4
Registration e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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