Wednesday, March 31, 2010

MN Music Lovers COME TO 4th Ann'l Benefit Concert Ovarian Cancer Research 4/17 4PM 1ST AVE MPLS PLS RT

I love this town! This is my home town! Please come on a Saturday afternoon in April, during some of the best weather Minnesota has to offer! Come one and come all from all over Minnesota, the Midwest and Beyond! People of Twitterland and thereabouts -- on the weekend of Saturday, April 17th -- when NINE of the Twin Cities BEST bands and musicians will perform at FIRST AVENUE starting at 4:00 PM in beautiful downtown Minneapolis for the Fourth Annual, "It Whispers So Listen and Overcome" Benefit Concert for Ovarian Cancer Research. Where 100% of the net proceeds from the event will be donated to the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance! 100%! Traditionally a rock only event -- the organizers decided to mix up the musical genres this year -- and make it a more complete concert. The response was fantastic and the result is depicted in the lineup below. 

It will be a great night of music!

Love and blessings, @libbytalks @Publicity_Chick

  89.3 The Current Presents
4th Annual" It Whispers So Listen and Overcome"
A Benefit Concert For Ovarian Cancer Research
Saturday, April 17 

First Avenue
 Minneapolis, MN 
Doors @ 4pm

Featuring performances by:

Now, Now Every Children 9:30
Big Quarters 8:50
The Melismatics 8:10

Far From Falling 7:30
Attention 6:50
Drift Effect 6:10

No Bird Sing 5:30
Fragile 4:50
Sarah Pray 4:15
18+ Event $12 Advance ($12 Door
All proceeds benefit the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance.
For Advanced Tickets (ON SALE NOW):Ticketmaster

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Horseback Riding in France

Now this is a new concept in vacationing. My sister took her daughters on this very trip the year they graduated from college and the three of them had a blast. They finished the trip in Paris. My sister Suzy said next time, she would skip Paris and just do the horseback tour. Now here is where we differ. If I go with her, I will skip the horses and wait for her in Paris!

But let's keep an open mind! It is a beautiful tour through the French countryside. .A taste of history, French food, delicious food, the warmth and skill of the guides, scenery that inspired Van Gogh and Cezanne these things combine to make the experience unforgettable. It is a once in a lifetime trip. So don't waste the whole stay shopping in Paris, experience the thrill of riding into the courtyard of a castle like a traveler right out of a book! Accommodations vary from small village hotels to chateaus, but are usually quite comfortable and charming. One again, let me mention the FOOD!

Perhaps my sister had the right idea all along! I like horseback riding!