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Angel Fest to feature women musicians, support children charities

By: 30 October 2010 One Comment

FAYETTEVILLE–A two-day music festival coming to Fayetteville in two weeks will feature women musicians and will support a handful of charities related to children.

Angel Fest, sponsored by Terra Studios and Creative Communication Workshops, will be held at the Terra Studios Event Center on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 13-14. Directions and more information about Terra Studios can be found at www.terrastudios.com). Terra Studios is best known for being the original home of the Bluebirds of Happiness.

The event is a benefit for several charities including: CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Northwest Arkansas; the NWA Children’s Shelter; Children’s House; the Children’s Safety Center; the Children’s Advocacy Center, Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families; and the Samaritan Community Center’s Snack Pack Program.

During the event, Terra Studios will introduce a new product–“Grace and Gratitude,” which are blue and pink glass angels that are specially created to support the above charities. Ten percent of the sales of these angels will go to support these charities.

The schedule for Angel Fest is:

Saturday, Nov. 13

11 a.m. Bryn Bowen Cox, Celtic harp

noon Susan Shore, eclectic folk

1 p.m. Bonnie Turner, jazz

2 p.m. Rochelle Bradshaw, Reggae

3 p.m. the women of Harmonia, eclectic acapella

4 p.m. Leah Spears (Jones & Leah), blues

Sunday, Nov. 14

11 a.m. Pat Fultz (East of Zion,) Americana

noon Jennifer Graham (Tin Pan Alley Cats,) folk

1 p.m. Meagan White, country

2 p.m. Carter Sampson, contemporary

3 p.m. Felicia Hamilton (Rogers Jazz Society), jazz

4 p.m. Candy Lee Long (and the Sweets,) conscious-indie-folk.

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