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Tonight: Green Party of Suffolk holds Earth Day Party 4/26/08

photo of band by brian v, phil. Need a Party to celebrate your Earth Day activities? Come paint the town Green with local music group, Beat Radio. The Green Party of Suffolk will be holding its 4th Annual Fundraiser on Saturday, April 26, 2008 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. For more information call Roger at (631) 351-5763 or go to www.gpsuffolk.org.

In addition to a performance by Beat Radio, there will also be a potluck dinner, and the award ceremony for the Green Party of Suffolk’s End Global Warming poster contest. Vegetarian and vegan dishes will be served. Admission is $15 (with a dish to share) and $20 (without a dish). Children $5. Children are welcome.

photo of band by brian v, phil.

Beat Radio is a lo-fi indie pop collective led by NY-based singer songwriter Brian Sendrowitz. Performing at the Green Party event will be Brian Sendrowitz and Phil Jimenez, as an accoustic duo. From their first public performance at Sin-e in June 2005, Beat Radio has been embraced by indie rock enthusiasts as a music happening. Fans and reviewers have compared Beat Radio to such luminaries as Broken Social Scene, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Sparklehorse, and Luna. The band features Brian Sendrowitz on guitar and vocals, Phil Jimenez on guitar and keys, Brian Ver Straten on drums and Paul Rovira on bass. Beat Radio collides 60s folk influences with indie noise pop and electronic elements. Check out Beat Radio’s debut LP, The Great Big Sea, currently available for download at www.beatradio.org.

photo of band by brian v, phil.

The first day Earth Day on April 22, 1970 was meant to be as an environmental teach-in “to shake up the political establishment and force this issue onto the national agenda.” On that day, around 20 million people hit the streets to support protecting our environment. This event helped to force the US government to create the Environmental Protection Agency and pass the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Acts.

Come join the Green Party where Earth Day is everyday. Green Party candidates have been working to end global warming for a decade. Green Party candidates have opposed the Iraq War as a wrong policy that would be an ecological disaster. The Green Party is an alternative to the Democratic and Republican Parties. The Green Party’s values can be described by the four pillars of: Nonviolence; Grassroots Democracy; Social and Economic Justice; and , of course, Ecological Wisdom.

photo of band by brian v, phil. Donations and/or requests for advance tickets can be sent to: Green Party of Suffolk, 14 Robin Drive, Huntington, NY 11743. The Green Party does not accept donations from corporations. Please note that political donations are not tax-deductible. Live Green. Vote Green. Party Green.

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