Ashland Culture of Peace Commission Concert

  • Saturday, April 27, 2019
  • 7:00pm
  • Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Ashland, OR
Ashland Culture of Peace Commission Concert
Ashland Culture of Peace CommissionBenefit Concert & Silent AuctionSaturday, April 27, 2019Featuring music by:     ♥ Danielle Kelly Soul Project ♥            and     ♥ CornflowerSpecial Guest Speaker:Oregon State Representative Pam MarshSaturday, April 27 at the Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St.(at “C” St), AshlandDoors Open at 6:00pm for the Silent AuctionConcert Starts Promptly at 7:00pMTickets are $20.00 in Advance                   $25.00 at the Door                   $30.00 for Premium SeatingChildren under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult and remain seated or dancing during the concert.Teenagers 12-18 are 1/2 price at the doorSaturday, April 27th, the Danielle Kelly Soul Project’s 5 piece band and Cornflower will be playing an amazing concert to benefit Ashland Culture of Peace Commission (ACPC). All funds raised at the event ~ from tickets sales and the silent auction ~ (after expenses) will go directly to support ACPC’s ”Keeping the Flame Lit” fund drive.* Oregon State Representative Pam Marsh * Rep. Marsh has been an important advisor to ACPC since it’s launch on September 21, 2015. Her values and actions are very aligned with Keep The Flame Lit and she will tell us her perspective from Oregon’s capital. Representative Pam Marsh (Democrat) was elected to House District 5 in southern Oregon in November 2016 after four years as a member of the Ashland City Council. I am honored to serve the residents of southern Jackson County for a second term in the Oregon Legislature. House District 5 includes Ashland, Talent, Phoenix, the southwest corner of Medford, Jacksonville and Ruch, and spans from the Applegate to the Green Springs. I’m convinced my district has the state’s most passionate and involved constituents. Website: * DANIELLE KELLY SOUL PROJECT *Danielle Kelly Soul Project is a fun loving 5 piece group covering music from the golden 50’s/60’s soul era. Playing favorites from Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Temptations, from contemporaries such as Amy Winehouse, Sharon Jones, and Raphael Saadiq, and incorporate DKSP neo-soul originals. Fun, feel-good dance music!Website:* CORNFLOWER *Cornflower’s sound emerges from the moment, connecting you to your Soul. His voice calls us deeper into Presence by utilizing modern mantra-like lyrics upon a landscape of vocal loops that build layers of harmony and groove like a sonic tapestry into an anthemic chant that will set your body ablaze in movement and prayer.Cornflower is a vocalist, live-looper and one-man jam-band. His music is a fusion of organic a cappella Soultronica.Cornflower’s intention is to channel music that inspires, empowers and uplifts people into presence and connection with themselves and to each other, creating a community of inspired individuals living their purpose.Cornflower’s ‘vocal instrumentation’ brings you into the moment, using ‘beatboxing’ to set your body in motion to his soaring melodies and atmospheric grooves that are looped right before your eyes.Cornflower invites you on a journey into his magical world of sound!”21st Century Sweet Soul Music” ~ Dave Margulies, High Sierra Music Festival   Website: “Monks on Main Street”:* ASHLAND CULTURE OF PEACE COMMISSION *Mission: To inspire, activate, and model a culture of peace which will serve as a beacon of light for all humanity. Our values of compassion, accountability, inclusivity, and respect serve as the compass for our work and goals to be achieved.Oregon State Senate, March 26, 2019, Invocation by Irene Kai, Ashland Culture of Peace CommissionIrene Kai provided the Oregon State Senate with an invocation at the beginning of their session on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, in Salem, Oregon. She stands on the Senate rostrum with Senate President Peter Courtney. You can view a video of the invocation here:* For More Info, Please Visit *

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