Singer/songwriter Maddy Winer will join me next Monday on A Taste of Jazz. Winer toured as a headliner in the stage show “North Carolina Is My Home,” written by and starring Loonix McGlohon and Charles Kuralt, which NPR aired as a television special.
Performing contemporary selections from the Great American Songbook she has become known for her effortless interpretation of jazz styling and has developed a loyal following.
Bob Serody, SCPA Program Committee and Shannon Roberts, SCPA President discuss the screening.
The film focuses on world crisis in water supply, which is looming in Florida too. The documentary illuminates the vital role that water plays in our lives and the global water crisis as the central issue facing our world this century.
Come enjoy an evening at the ballpark with your dog! The Central Brevard Humane Society, in partnership with the Brevard County Manatees, will host Bark in the Park on Thursday, April 24 at the located at 5800 Stadium Parkway in Viera. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. with the game scheduled to start at 6:35 p.m. Parking is FREE at the entrance to Gate 5.
Dave Fries is happy to announce that prize laureate Rémi Durupt will be his special guest tonight on A Taste of Jazz. Rémi Durupt’s artistic path has led him to embrace the diversity of musical expression, from electronic composition to improvisation.
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Ellena Little, Executive Director, Marissa Jordan and Saskiya Fagan, both students talk about Club Esteem and how it impacts the community.
Club Esteemis a non-profit organization that provides free after-school programming Monday through Friday from 2:30-6:30 PM, as well as summer activities, to students in grades 1st-12th living in economically disadvantaged communities. Club Esteem offers quality programs that develop academic and social skills in a safe, caring, and structured environment.
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