Previous events

Voices For Independence with Addison Moon and Claire Stuczynski

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Voices For Independence , 1107 Payne Avenue, Erie, PA

Voices for Independence (VFI) was incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in December 1993 by a group of individuals with disabilities who wanted to create an alternative to the existing service and advocacy options available at the time. They wanted to provide independent living supports and services that are consumer driven, and responsive to and respectful of people with disabilities. VFI is dedicated to creating a service delivery system that empowers people with disabilities to take control of their lives, and become active and productive members of their communities. Voices for Independence is comprised of a majority of individuals with disabilities. In keeping with the independent living philosophy of consumer control and direction of services, VFI continues to design programs and services that are needed and wanted by the communities that we serve.

The purpose of Voices for Independence is to empower people with disabilities, improve the quality, independence, dignity, and control of their lives, as well as to promote a philosophy of independent living, including a philosophy of consumer control, peer support, self-help, self-determination, equal access, and individual and systems advocacy, as well as the integration and full inclusion of individuals with cross disabilities into the mainstream of American society.

Claire Stuczynski and SYMBA at Kings Rook Club

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Kings Rook Club, 1921 Peach St , Erie, Pennsylvania

$2 WELLS & SELECT BEERS 8PM TO 12AM! FREE POOL, SHUFFLEBOARD, CHESS & GAMES ALWAYS!

MEMBERS & GUESTS ONLY! MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE (WITH MEMBER SPONOSOR) ONLY $10! RENEW ONLY $5! AGES 21 & UP! MEMBERS & GUESTS ONLY! PARKING BEHIND WEBER ELECTRIC & ACROSS STREET IN EmergyCare LOT (DO NOT BLOCK GARAGE DOORS OR DRIVEWAYS - 24HR SECURITY CAMERAS IN EFFECT)! PLEASE HELP KEEP LOTS CLEAN!

Addison Moon Featured artist in Great Blue Heron Festival Songwriter's Circle

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Great Blue Heron Festival , 2361 Waits Corners Rd , Sherman, NY

Join us as we celebrate our SILVER ANNIVERSARY at the 25th annual Great Blue Heron Music Festival.

Gates open at 9am on Friday, July 1, 2016.

Our 2016 lineup: Donna the Buffalo, The Horse Flies, Jim Lauderdale, New Riders of the Purple Sage / NRPS, Jimkata, The Town Pants, Driftwood, Big Mean Sound Machine, Smackdab, BAND of PEACE, Plastic Nebraska, The Gunpoets, Outland County, Jim Donovan and The Sun King Warriors, Preach Freedom and Connect, The Jakobs Ferry Stragglers, MOSAIC FOUNDATION, Funktional Flow, Stewed Mulligan, Tiger Maple String Band, The Bogarts, Daybreak Radio, Barton & Ward, The Elektra Kings, Ken Hardley & the Moose Club, Addison Moon, Buffalo Zydeco, Cindy Love, Mulberry Soul, Max Garcia Conover, Black Rock Zydeco, The Probables, Ezekiel's Wheel, Back 40, John Merino, The Stan Barton Trio, Derek Davis Band, a.o.

Music will be playing all day, and long in to the night. Come ready to camp from your vehicle or from your tent in the privacy of the Western New York countryside.

We'd love for you to join our family, too! We are looking for motivated individuals to trade their time for a free ticket to the festival by donating 9 hours of volunteering. We are a tightly woven group of individuals that come together annually to throw the biggest party of the year, and we'd love to have you join us. Completing the minimum number of hours of work earns you free entrance in to the festival a day earlier, allowing you to enjoy an extra night of camping and celebration.

With plenty of activities for adults and kids, your whole family will have a blast spending your weekend with us. Earlybird tickets are ON SALE NOW (prices go up after May 4). Tickets are available for purchase through our website (www.GreatBlueHeron.com) or at Hollyloft Ski & Bike and Reg Lenna Center For The Arts in Jamestown, Terrapin Station Buffalo, or Grasshopper in Erie.

Addison Moon at the Great Blue Heron Festival

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Great Blue Heron Festival, 2361 Waits Corners Rd , Sherman, NY

Join us as we celebrate our SILVER ANNIVERSARY at the 25th annual Great Blue Heron Music Festival.

Gates open at 9am on Friday, July 1, 2016.

Our 2016 lineup: Donna the Buffalo, The Horse Flies, Jim Lauderdale, New Riders of the Purple Sage / NRPS, Jimkata, The Town Pants, Driftwood, Big Mean Sound Machine, Smackdab, BAND of PEACE, Plastic Nebraska, The Gunpoets, Outland County, Jim Donovan and The Sun King Warriors, Preach Freedom and Connect, The Jakobs Ferry Stragglers, MOSAIC FOUNDATION, Funktional Flow, Stewed Mulligan, Tiger Maple String Band, The Bogarts, Daybreak Radio, Barton & Ward, The Elektra Kings, Ken Hardley & the Moose Club, Addison Moon, Buffalo Zydeco, Cindy Love, Mulberry Soul, Max Garcia Conover, Black Rock Zydeco, The Probables, Ezekiel's Wheel, Back 40, John Merino, The Stan Barton Trio, Derek Davis Band, a.o.

Music will be playing all day, and long in to the night. Come ready to camp from your vehicle or from your tent in the privacy of the Western New York countryside.

We'd love for you to join our family, too! We are looking for motivated individuals to trade their time for a free ticket to the festival by donating 9 hours of volunteering. We are a tightly woven group of individuals that come together annually to throw the biggest party of the year, and we'd love to have you join us. Completing the minimum number of hours of work earns you free entrance in to the festival a day earlier, allowing you to enjoy an extra night of camping and celebration.

With plenty of activities for adults and kids, your whole family will have a blast spending your weekend with us. Earlybird tickets are ON SALE NOW (prices go up after May 4). Tickets are available for purchase through our website (www.GreatBlueHeron.com) or at Hollyloft Ski & Bike and Reg Lenna Center For The Arts in Jamestown, Terrapin Station Buffalo, or Grasshopper in Erie.

Songwriting Workshop with Addison Moon

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Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, 301 East Second Street, Lynn Building, Suite 101, Jamestown, NY

Join Infinity alum Hayley Restivo (Addison Moon) and learn the components of a song, songwriting techniques, receive individual feedback and mentorship, and experience the camaraderie of other budding songwriters! Bring original songs to class if you have them.

Free for Infinity Track One Membership students. Ages 13 and up!

$20 general admission

10:30am-12:30pm EST.

Alumni Series: Songwriting Class with Addison Moon

Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, 301 East 2nd street, Jamestown, NY

Saturday, January 9, 2016, 11am-1pm Ages 13 & up $20.00 (FREE for Infinity Track 1 membership students)

Join Infinity alumnae Hayley Restivo (Addison Moon) and learn the components of a song, songwriting techniques, receive individual feedback and mentorship, and experience the camaraderie of other budding songwriters! Bring original songs to class if you have them! After spending four years studying at Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, releasing an original album at age 17, and now studying composition and literature at SUNY Purchase and writing folk, pop, R&B songs and film scores, Hayley (Addison) is eager to share what she has learned! addisonmoonmusic.com

Nov21

Opening at 6th Annual Evening of Hope & Inspiration with Ty Herndon

Booth Playhouse at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center , 130 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC

The 6th Annual Evening of Hope and Inspiration is set for Saturday, Nov 21, 2015 at the Booth Playhouse at 7:30pm. The event is sure to sell out quick. Ty Herndon, country superstar, will headline the annual charity event, with proceeds to benefit the Jeanne White Ginder Food Pantry at Different Roads Home, Inc. Also appearing is Charlotte’s own One Voice Chorus and Addison Moon. The Humanitarian of the year award is going out to blogger and Pastor John Pavlovitz and also appearing is Jeanne White Ginder, Ryan White’s mother. All orchestra seating is set at only $35.00 and all Gallery Seating is set at $25.00.

VIP Packages are on sale for $125.00 and include the following: One reserved seat in first five rows of theater, private pre-show reception with Ty and the other guests, photo and autograph opportunities, swag bag, one cocktail ticket, and appetizer buffet.

Ty Herndon has always been all about the ties that bind. You feel it when he’s singing deeply moving No. 1 hits like “What Mattered Most” and “Living in a Moment.” You get it just as much when he’s goofing around with the audience between songs in concert making every attendee laugh. Even in a genre that already prides itself on relatability, he might be the king of connecting.