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Art Auction: Robert A. Kelly Fri 6/20/07

The Green Party of Suffolk St. Patrick’s Day Fundraiser at the Setauket Neighborhood House on Friday, June 22, 2007

End of the Road by Robert A. Kelly

The photograph above is End of the Road by Long Island photographer Robert A. Kelly. The Photograph is 10″ x 10″. More works by Robert A. Kelly at www.pbase.com/rakelly

Shep Jones Lane by Robert A. Kelly

The photograph above is Shep Jones Lane by Long Island photographer Robert A. Kelly. The Photograph is 10″ x 10″. More works by Robert A. Kelly at www.pbase.com/rakelly

Other artists who will have a piece on auction:

  • musician/sculptor/public access producer Portugie (John Philips)
  • Amityville poet/painter Lois V. Walker
  • East End farmer/puppeteer/naturalist Tom Stock;
  • Babylon documentarian/author Peter Josyph;
  • Huntington musician/painter Gary Ivan; and
  • Amityville poet/painter Ron Thomson

More examples of the artwork being auctioned and two submissions to the poster contest can be found at http://www.onthewilderside.com/art-auction/.

The Green Party of Suffolk will be holding its 3rd Annual Fundraiser on Friday, June 22nd from 7pm to 10pm at the Setauket Neighborhood House, 95 Main Street, Setauket. (Main Street is north of 25A and 6/10th of a mile west of Nichols Road) www.setauketneighborhoodhouse.com. The evening will include a performance by the music group “Blacklisted and the Banned.” There will also be a potluck dinner, an art auction, and the award ceremony for the Green Party of Suffolk’s “Bring Home Our Troops” poster contest.

Vegetarian and vegan dishes will be served. Admission is $15 (with a dish) and $20 (without a dish). Children are welcome. There will be a silent auction of work by local artists.

Blacklisted & The Banned will perform their unique style of original, political music. Blacklisted features local musicians Sonny Meadows, Bob Westcott, Jon Foreman, Bob Campbell and Robert Langley. The Banned has a new CD out: “I Never Thought I’d Miss Richard Nixon.” You can purchase the CD at www.cdbaby.com.

The Green Party is an alternative to the Democrats and Republicans. The Green Party’s values can be described by the four pillars of: Nonviolence; Grassroots Democracy; Ecological Wisdom; and Social and Economic Justice.

Donations and/or requests for advance tickets can be sent to: Green Party of Suffolk, 14 Robin Drive, Huntington, NY 11743. Please note that political donations are not tax-deductible. For more information call Roger at (631) 351-5763 or go to www.gpsuffolk.org.

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