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MEDIA RELEASE: Chez Nous on the Rocks Shindig

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MEDIA RELEASE: Chez Nous on the Rocks Shindig

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You are invited –Chez Nous on the Rocks Shindig

Local music, local voices, local films, local art.

For Immediate Release

Sudbury, October 14, 2014 –  It’s the Chez Nous on the Rocks Shindig – come celebrate with us! Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury invites you to an evening of local music, art and film.

Saturday, October 25, 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., Fromagerie Elgin (5 Cedar St.).

Join us for music by Kevin Closs, Dayv Poulin, and Lisa Marie Naponse.  Enjoy stage painting by Sarah King Gold.  View short films by Greenboots, featuring local people talking about their vision for this community we all share.  

Tickets by donation, suggested amount $20.  Donations will support local artists contributing to the project, and grassroots community projects enhancing our community. 

For more information or to get tickets, go to liveablesudbury.org.

Tickets are also available at Eat Local Sudbury (176 Larch St.).

“We are so excited about this event,” says Naomi Grant of Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury.  “Throughout the Chez Nous on the Rocks project, local folks have been tremendously generous in sharing their vision of the community with us.   Now it is time to come together to celebrate those amazing local voices and the wonderful local talent we have here in Greater Sudbury.”

Special thanks to community partners River and Sky Arts in the Woods, Greenboots, and Motion Arc Studios.

After the show, everyone is invited to the opening of the Voices Chez Nous art exhibit inspired by audio of some the of the stories and thoughts people have shared during the project, just down the street at the Open Studio.

About Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury – we are a grassroots network of citizen groups and individuals who share a vision of Sudbury as a green, healthy and engaged community.

For more information on Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury’s  Chez Nous on the Rocks video project:  http://www.liveablesudbury.org/videoproject.html.

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