Arts collaborative sets February Fete
Goose Route Arts Collaborative hosts the Third Annual February Fete on Saturday, February 28, from 4-7 pm, at the home of Jack Kendall and James Puglisi, 207 E. German St., Shepherdstown. The celebratory party features live performances by dancers Colleen Tracey and Tosha Tillman, and musicians Cam Millar and Adam Booth; delicious food and drinks; and the opportunity to mingle with Goose Route’s infinitely engaging supporters. Attendees will also have the opportunity to enjoy Kendall and Puglisi’s beautifully restored home, which was recognized by the Historic Shepherdstown Commission with a 2008 Preservation Award and was highlighted in the Observer.
Friend tickets are $25 and admit one person; Supporter tickets are $100 and admit two people; Patron tickets are $250 and admit four people.
All but $10 per person of your donation is a tax-deductible contribution to GRAC, a non-profit organization. Proceeds from the event will benefit the upcoming programs of the Goose Route Arts Collaborative, including the Ninth Annual Goose Route Dance Festival (July 16-26).
For more information and for tickets, contact GRAC at 876-6751 or visit www.gooseroute.org.
Goose Route’s mission is to collaborate with artists to create and present new performance pieces; to cultivate in audiences an appreciation of dance, music, and other art forms; and to provide communities with meaningful artistic experiences.