Singing for Their Supper

Singing for Their Supper

Music, food, fun, and a great cause!

The second annual Singing for Their Supper benefit will take place on the last weekend of September, Friday the 27th and Saturday the 28th.

On Friday evening, join us for Singing for Their Supper at Frontier Cafe. Enjoy live music from The Alternate Routes and Pete Kilpatrick and feel great knowing that MCHPP receives 100% of ticket sales!

On Saturday, stop by Singing for Their Supper at Taste of Brunswick on the town mall. The Alternate Routes will headline and Music from 207 Artists Amy Allen, The Ghost of Paul Revere and Spencer Albee will play, as well. There will be plenty of opportunity to enjoy local flavors from participating restaurants. MCHPP volunteers and staff will be on hand to share information about their programs.

Mark your calendars. Talk it up to your friends. Consider making a contribution to MCHPP.
A one-of-a-kind musical experience awaits you!

There are just a few tickets remaining. To purchase, call Frontier Cafe at 725-5222.

Schedule of events:

Time Friday, September 27th
8:00PM Pete Kilpatrick
9:30PM The Alternate Routes
Time Saturday, September 28th
11:00AM Amy Allen
12:15PM The Ghost of Paul Revere
1:30PM Spencer Albee
2:45PM The Alternate Routes

Thanks to our generous supporters!

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