Tuesday, September 19, 2006

[Wadabo_updates] Benefit Song Class with Fatou N'Diaye this Sunday 9/24

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A Benefit for Sister Fatou N'Diaye

Song Class with Sister Fatou

Sunday, September 24th
The White Barn, 20 Dickenson Street

Amherst, MA

Marilyn Middleton & the community of Western Massachusetts
are sponsoring a special event to benefit Sister Fatou N'Diaye.
Come and experience this rare opportunity:
A song class taught by Sister Fatou herself.
The class is $15.00 per student,
additional donations are greatfully accepted.

For more information please contact 617.427.5160 or 617.909.4489
Copy and paste the url below for location map.
Amherst is easily accessible from I 91, about 1&1/4 hours from Boston.

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