The holidays are a great time to remember and give to those in need. Many of our neighbors found themselves in need after the devastation of Superstorm Sandy . . . . and, sadly, many are still in that position of need all this time later. Here’s a way to give a little to their cause, and enjoy some holiday fun at the same time.
Funky, funny, and fun acapella group, the GrooveBarbers, led by Sean Altman (of Rockappella fame), are a barbershop quartet with a twist. They will be performing a special Holiday Music Extravaganza at First United Methodist Church, 1 East Broad Street, Westfield, on Sunday, December 15th, at 3:00 PM.
All money will benefit the Greater NJ Sandy Relief Fund. Online admission prices are $16 for adults ($23 at the door), $11 for teens age 13 – 19 ($15 at the door), and children age 12 and under are free. Go to http://groovebarbers2.eventbrite.com/ for more information or to purchase your tickets.
If you’d like a little sampling of the GrooveBarbers, check out their promo at The GrooveBarbers Youtube
The GrooveBarbers concert is part of the “Coffee With Conscience” series, a fundraising series for worthy causes that provides local artists a venue to display their talents, local patrons an opportunity to be entertained, and charities with much-needed funds, while offering the community an opportunity to come together in a fun, comfortable setting. . Ahrre Maros, the owner of Ahrre’s Coffee Roastery in Westfield & the Fair Trade Coffee Company on line, brings professional touring musical artists to the area for the benefit of the local community and several local charities. For more information on his “Coffee With Conscience” series, visit Coffee With A Conscience Eventbrite .
Take advantage of this super-fun twist on a Christmas concert, and simultaneously lend a hand to those affected by Superstorm Sandy.