The Ragged Flowers benefit concert for SchoolBOX


  • vendredi, 24 août 2018 de 12:02 Après-midi à 12:03 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Almonte Old Town Hall 14 Bridge Street, Almonte, ON K0A1A0

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Almonte’s favourite five-piece alt-neo-psychedelic-folk-rock band, The Ragged Flowers, invites you to a night of groovy original music in support of SchoolBOX on Saturday, September 29th at the Almonte Old Town Hall.

Following a sold-out gig at the Cedar Hill School House in August where they unveiled several new songs, The Ragged Flowers are now channeling their musical energy into raising funds for SchoolBOX and the people of Nicaragua in a time of particularly great need. Nicaragua, once ranked the safest country in Central America, was rocked by protests and unrest in mid-April.

As a result, SchoolBOX temporarily suspended its educational programming for the safety and security of its local staff and international volunteers. When the protests hit SchoolBOX was only a week away from completing construction of its 100th classroom.

Help SchoolBOX support its staff during this difficult time and get back to 'Making Education Possible' for the children of Nicaragua as soon as it is safe to do so.Seasoned fans, or “Ragged Gardeners”, know that tickets for the band’s latest show will sell out fast, so don’t wait to get your seats!


Saturday, September 29, 2018

Almonte Old Town Hall

Door open at 7:30 -11pm

Drinks and snacks will be sold to raise more money for SchoolBOX!

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Almonte Old Town Hall
14 Bridge Street, Almonte, ON K0A1A0

24 août 2018
vendredi, 24 août 2018 12:02 Après-midi (HAA)


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73 Mill Street
PO Box 201
Almonte , ON

À propos de cet organisme

SchoolBOX is a local Almonte charity that has been 'Making Education Possible' in Nicaragua since 2006. Since then, we have handed out thousands of educational packages to students and teachers, built 99 classrooms, and delivered 75 libraries all around the country.