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Sunday, April 19th
“The Natural World: Our Place in the Scheme of Things”
The UU Green Sanctuary Committee and Rev. Reed present our annual Earth Day service with guest speaker Rudy Mancke, naturalist and co-host of South Carolina ETV's NatureScene.
Forum in Gage Hall
“What’s Up With the Charleston County School Board”
Michael Miller will be talking about school board business, including issues around the resignation of Superintendent McGinley, the search for a new superintendent, the condition of district school buses and other school board issues.
Gage Hall Coffeehouse
Saturday, April 18, 7:30 PM
Featuring Forty Mile Detour with Mark Yampolsky
On Saturday, April 18th at 7:30 pm the Gage Hall Coffeehouse series is happy to present local singer-songwriter Mark Yampolsky in his debut performance on our stage. Mark will happily share his original music, a soulful blend of the Americana and Folk-Rock genres, and he will enjoy telling the stories that wrap around each of his tunes. A lifelong musician, Mark was given his first guitar and began playing music at a young age. During his school years he played in various bands throughout the Northeast and performed in a popular duet while attending the University of Maryland. Mark previously played guitar and mandolin with a contemporary local country band, and currently he performs around the Charleston area as both a solo singer-songwriter and in various duo / trio acts. Mark has also spent time in Nashville collaborating with regional songwriters and promoting his original music. Mark’s debut CD “Forty Mile Detour” was released in 2010. That project was written and recorded in Charleston and was produced by Jay Clifford, former lead singer for Jump Little Children. You can follow Mark Yampolsky on Facebook (Forty Mile Detour Music) and his web site www.fortymiledetourmusic.com. Be sure not to miss this great evening of music at our April 18th Gage Hall Coffeehouse.
Profits from Gage Hall Coffeehouses support enrichment activities in Charleston-area elementary schools. Gage Hall is located at 4 Archdale Street. Suggested donation of $15 for Adults; $5 for Students. Call 224-4472 or 367-9663 for more information.
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