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Chickweed ~ Celebrating Indestructible Women is an open-air evening of music, art, massage, and more to benefit the Rowan Family Crisis Council’s Women’s Shelter.
The event will be held on Saturday July 14, at the Looking Glass Black Box Theatre, 405 N. Lee St. from 6:30-11:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The all-women revue at the Looking Glass Black Box Theatre will be featuring performances by:
• Willow Catherine
• Chelsea Rae Childers
• Laura Vella
• Ashley Jo Farmer
•Sue McHugh
•Diane Hoffman
•Dance by Nadirah Dance
•Chair massage by Green Life Massage
•Gallery by Sy Arden
•Handmade Jewelry by Dazy Chain
•Foot reflexology by Shalom Regel Reflexology
There will be door prizes and concessions. Tickets are $8 and can be purchased in advance at Pottery 101 (101 S. Main St.) or Southern Spirit Gallery (102 S. Main St.). The ticket donation is a minimum of $10 at the door.
Chickweed will also collect donated items per the Rowan Family Crisis Council “Wish List” (www.familycrisiscouncil.org). People who are interested in donating can bring items to the event and Chickweed will deliver to the center.
The Family Crisis Council of Rowan County is a non-profit agency that specializes in helping those affected by rape, incest, sexual assault, and domestic violence.
For more information about Chickweed ~ Celebrating Indestructible Women, contact Sue McHugh at 704-577-9965. Rail Walk Studios & Gallery will be open until 9 p.m. and many of the Rail Walk artists will be donating 15% of their proceeds that day and evening to the battered women’s shelter.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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