The Friends of Standing Rock will present Jammin for Standing Rock, a concert to benefit the indigenous people of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, on Saturday, February 18 at 8 p.m. at Bristol Valley Theater, 151 South Main Street, Naples.
The concert will feature a return to the Finger Lakes of musician Richard Smith, along with a host of guest performers including Wiley Jobe, Jim Strickland, Tom Gravino, and T Bone Farley! More may be added as time goes on but in any case it’s sure to be a SLAMMIN JAM!!
Tickets are $15, and are available at the door, by calling 585 374 6318, or by clicking below. Proceeds will go to the Friends of Standing Rock, to support the efforts by the indigenous people of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation to protect their land.
BVT is proud to join theaters across the country–from Broadway to high school drama clubs– for The Ghostlight Project on January 19th at 5:15 p.m. Together, we will make a “light” in the dark and pledge to stand for the values of inclusion, participation and compassion for everyone regardless of race, class, religion, country of origin, immigration status, (dis)ability, gender identity or sexual orientation.
Inspired by the tradition of leaving a “ghost light” on in a darkened theater, this is a community event where we will renew our committment to being a “brave space” where diverse opinions are invited, active listening is a fundamental value, and community engagement is supported and encouraged.
Meet OUTSIDE the theater at 5:15pm on January 19 for a short presentation. Be sure to bring a light (flashlight, cell phone, electric lantern…brighter the better, but no open flames) because at 5:30pm we’ll collectively light up the night! The event will then continue inside where we’ll mix and mingle, and have some wine! All proceeds from wine sales will benefit the Naples NY Refugee Action Committee.
Please join us! #AllAreWelcome #BeALight
The Ghostlight Project
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Bristol Valley Theater will continue to present their live storytelling series this winter, with the first installment January 6 at 7 p.m.
The series, inspired by The Moth Radio Hour and podcast series, is curated and moderated by Sarah Larysz. It features your friends and neighbors telling true stories from their personal experiences, centered around a theme, which changes with each installment. The local series has grown in popularity since it’s debut in 2015. Past speakers have included Larysz, David Shane, Alex Leto, Stacey Jackson, Joan Luther, Jodi Simons Caruso, and Jack Jones.
Speakers for the January 6 installment have yet to be determined. The topic is “We All Have to Live Here: Stories of Getting Along.”
Admission is $7. Tickets are available at the door only. Wine is available. (the more wine, the more interesting the stories get!)