Friday, April 21, 2006

A reminder: Voices of Reason in Cranbury

An evening of music and poetry
Friday, April 28, 8-9 p.m. or so
Gourgaud Gallery, Cranbury Town Hall
North Main Street, Cranbury

Voices of Reason, an arts collective formed to raise money for antipoverty
groups in central New Jersey, and the Cranbury Arts Council are hosting an
evening of music and poetry. Admission is free, but audience members are
asked to bring a non-perishable food item to be donated to the Trenton Area
Soup Kitchen and Skeet's Pantry of the Presbyterian Church of Cranbury.

The event features singer-songwriter Steve Bates and poets Hank Kalet and
Howard Zogott.

The format will be informal, with music and poetry interspersed and
questions encouraged from the audience.

Voices of Reason's first release -- the CD/literary magazine combo, The
Other Half/The Other Side of the Street will be available for sale. It sells
for $10. Proceeds go to Elijah's Promise Soup Kitchen in New Brunswick,
Trenton Area Soup Kitchen and Homefront of Mercer County. Voices of Reason,
PO Box 293, Dayton, NJ 0881; http://www.voicesnewjersey.blogspot.com;
voicesofreason@comcast.net or otherhalf@comcast.net.

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