Saturday Feb 8 Folk-Hop

Second Saturdays Benefit Concert –
for a better world
  …..Presents…..
Saturday, February 8th; 6 to 8 PM
Sunnyside Up Cafe; 116 NW 3rd St, Corvallis

a creative mixture of folk, hip-hop,
 spoken word and jam … folk-hop!

suggested donation $5 – $15
food, beer and wine available for purchase


Second Saturdays Benefit Concert Series is sponsored by

 Veterans For Peace, Linus Pauling chapter 132 http://vfpcorvallis.org
 and Corvallis Alternatives to War  https://corvallisalt2war.org/

Kiera Lynn and Crash make up the passionate and articulate duo,Little Brother,characterized by the creative fusion of spoken word poetry, acoustic folk, and hip-hop. The two started performing together about a year ago and since have been gaining exposure in and around the local music and poetry scene.  Both are students at LBCC – Kiera is currently LBCC’s Student Poet Laureate!  Robin Havenik, LBCC instructor and Poetry Club adviser says, “Kiera is talented and charismatic. Like a bright star that sparkles and shines!”  Kiera and Crash are avid members of the LBCC poetry club and host the quarterly poetry event Word MOB (a Word MOB event is scheduled for January 31st).  Visit Little Brother’s Facebook page at:   https://www.facebook.com/littlebrothersound

The Corvallis Bike Collective (CBC) is a 501(c)(3) non profit all volunteer organization dedicated to putting safe, affordable, working bikes under the people of Corvallis. The Collective wants everyone to experience the many benefits of human powered transportation. Collective volunteers teach bicycle maintenance and repair and are eager to help people get their bikes into top notch shape …  at no charge. They also accept used and/or broken bikes, fix them up and sell them at very affordable prices. You can find Collective volunteers at the downtown growers market and at their shop, working on bikes, sharing their know-how and their tools and nurturing camaraderie among bicycle users.  The CBC shop is located at 33900 SE Roche Ln, east over the Van Buren bridge and then right.   http://www.corvallisbikes.org/

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