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Jay Mankita in fundraiser to eliminate landmines 12/9/06

 

presents

Jay Mankita

In a special performance to benefit

Adopt-A-Minefield .

All proceeds go to support eliminating landmines.
Should be a fun nite for a good cause.
Admission is $13 for non-members
($5 for High School students with ID)
$10 for members
Membership is $12 a year.

Saturday, December9, 2006
7:30pm Open Mike  
8:30pm Featured performer.

Great deserts and drinks.
Heavenly homebaked cakes and cookies.

UU Church at 28 Brentwood Rd
just north of Montauk Hwy in Bay Shore.
www.eclecticcafe.org or 631-661-1278

Jay says songwriting is the interface between what he’s learned of the world, and the mysteries of the spirit. It’s a balancing act, and he likens it to having one foot marching for social justice, and one foot dancing in heaven, all the while trying to keep from putting either one of those feet in his mouth! Even so, songwriting is the best way he has found to help teach himself how to live, although he admits he’s a terrible student.

Jay has been playing guitar, composing, and performing his original songs for 25 years. During this time, he’s also been an actor, photographer, environmental activist, swing dancer, children’s performer, playwright, and occasional world traveler. He is currently studying the music, language, and culture of Brazil, and is planning to tour the country next year in a bio-diesel vehicle.

“Jay Mankita jumps up and down with a big grin on his face, playing incredible guitar, getting everyone laughing. Moments later, he’s doing a dead serious song with no accompaniment. Come hear this guy, I think he’s one of the half dozen best songwriters today.” –Pete Seeger

More at jaymankita.com

Adopt-A-Minefield® is a campaign of the United Nations Association of the USA, which engages individuals, community groups, and businesses in the United Nations effort to resolve the global landmine crisis. The Campaign helps save lives by raising funds for mine clearance and survivor assistance and by raising awareness about the landmine problem.

The idea behind Adopt-A-Minefield® is both powerful and simple. Designed to move beyond the political and policy debates typically associated with banning the use of landmines, the Campaign provides a practical solution to the tens of millions of mines that contaminate the world and to the countless survivors of landmine accidents.

More at landmines.org

The Eclectic Café is held on the second Saturday of the month, September through May. Parking is available along Brentwood Road and in the Sinai Reform Temple parking lot across the street. We ask that you please avoid parking in the medical offices’ parking lots south of the church.

We would also appreciate a donation of canned or dry food for local charity.

The Eclectic Café is an all-volunteer, non-profit committee of the UUSSS.

Jim Tepe
  

The Stonehouse Band is a three-piece acoustic band comprised of Lynn Dunn on vocals, Bob Young on bass and vocals, and Frank Cavalone on guitar. These three musicians were originally members of Toneworks. Their music is an entertaining blend of oldies from the ’60s and ’70s (Eva Cassidy, Stevie Nicks, James Taylor) along with their own original songs.

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