|Date:||Friday, May 30, 2014|
|Presented by:||New Jersey Chapter|
|Leader:||Nicole Dallara - email@example.com|
|Location:||Prospect Concert Hall – Congregational Church, 251 Union Avenue, Rutherford, NJ|
|Click Here for Tickets and Additional Information|
Come and celebrate the legacy of Pete & Toshi Seeger with a tribute concert by the Seeger’s intimate musical friends. The series to protect the wetlands that they started is continuing and we hope you can join in on the fun! Reserve your seat today to help better protect our wetlands while enjoying “banjos and honky-tonk piano galore” at the Pete and Toshi Seeger Wetlands Preservation Concert and Environmental Expo! On May 30th the New Jersey Sierra Club will be singing along with Pete Seeger and friends all to advance wetlands protections. You do not want to miss this fun and educational event!
Arrive early to check out the Environmental Expo starting at 7:45pm. New Jersey Sierra Club along with other environmental and conservation groups from across the state will highlight the ongoing work being done to protect the Meadowlands region and how individuals can get involved. The goal of this concert is to raise awareness about the importance of and beauties that lie in our wetlands and how we can get involved in better protecting them.
The concert starts at 8:05pm.
Featuring: Uncle Floyd / John Dull & Friends / Work o’ the Weavers / RJ Storm and Old School / Mara Levine
Musical hosts: Uncle Floyd and John Dull with Ted Clancy and Scott Petito
When: Friday, May 30th: 7:45pm Environmental Expo & 8:05 pm Concert
Where: Prospect Concert Hall – Congregational Church, 251 Union Avenue, Rutherford, NJ
Tickets and further information: http://www.dullmusic.com/our_store
Ticket Prices: $25 / $30
Please note: Tickets along with directions, parking, and other tips will be mailed a few days before concert.
Sponsored by: the NJ Sierra Club / Boiling Springs Bank/ Rutherford Green Team/ SMHS Key Club
Media Supported by: WFDU 89.1 fm / North Jersey Media Group, a JMH Dull Production
Hope to see you on May 30th!