Private House Concert with Charlie A'Court

par Dartmouth Family Centre and Dartmouth North Community Food Centre

  • vendredi, 13 octobre 2017 de 7:00 Après-midi à 10:00 Après-midi (HAA)

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Join host Darren Fisher (MP Dartmouth-Cole Harbour) in his home for a magical evening of stories and songs exquisitely performed by Canadian soul-singer, Charlie A'Court, and support a vital community initiative at the same time.

Most revered for his dynamic and engaging live performance,singer-songwriter guitarist Charlie A'Court is the proverbial force to be reckoned with. Planted at the crossroads of roots and soul, Charlie's mighty voice, fierce guitar work and contemporary songwriting have earned him an international following and a host of awards and accolades for his five solo albums to date.


Hosted by Darren Fisher (MP Dartmouth-Cole Harbour) in his home

Friday, October 13, 2017

Doors open @ 7 PM

Show @ 8PM

Address and map will be emailed to all participants. All proceeds go to benefit the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre. 

Tickets: $50 person, (60 person capacity)

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13 octobre 2017
vendredi, 13 octobre 2017 7:00 Après-midi (HAA)


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The Dartmouth Family Centre has operated in the heart of Dartmouth North for more than 20 years, providing a space for new moms and families to support one another, access services and resources, and build a network of relationships within their community. Two years ago we extended our reach further into the community and opened another site, the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre. Created in partnership with Community Food Centres Canada, our Community Food Centre is a welcoming space where people come together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food. We help increase access to healthy food for low-income Canadians while proving that food can be a transformative force in our communities.