WE ARE FAMILY: A Variety Show and Auction
Where: The Saint, 601 Main Street in Asbury Park, NJ
When: Sunday, May 19 – 5pm
The Saint in Asbury Park, NJ will be hosting "We Are Family", an afternoon and evening of music, comedy and sketches! All to benefit, Seer Farms, an organization that does incredible work for families in NJ, and since Sandy hit, needs your support more than ever to continue helping families in need. This one time only event is not to be missed!!! The evening will have musical accompaniment by Paul Chamlin and showcase the talents of Teresa Fischer [whose present cabaret show in NYC is enjoying rave revues], Cabaret singer Rochelle Chamlin, local favorite George Hansel as well as many other performers and surprise guests!!!! You won't want to miss the auctions throughout the night.
Your host for the evening will be Frank Calo. Frank has hosted many Variety shows throughout NY and NJ for companies such as Spotlight On Festivals, The Fresh Fruit Festival, Black Box Theatre of Asbury Park and Planet Connections Festivity. He has performed at venues such as Broadway Baby Bistro; Don’t Tell Mama’s as well as the Saint to name a few.
At one event at the Monster in Greenwich Village, Doric Wilson of Tosos II said that the show was “The best and most eclectic variety show I have seen in decades!” You won't want to miss this fun and important fundraising event. We hope to see you there!
Tickets are $25 at the door and $20 via paypal [payment to: email@example.com - please put "We Are Family tickets" in the notes and bring the receipt with you to the show]. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seer Farms is a New Jersey-based 501c3 non-profit organization that serves pet-owning families who are in crisis. Superstorm Sandy has destroyed so many homes in NJ. Seer Farms is helping to ensure that it doesn’t destroy families as well. Families who contact Seer Farms can place their pets safely, temporarily in their care while they work to resolve their crisis and reunite with their animals. Even though the storm is well past, Seer Farms continues to see families needing their assistance as they reconcile with the devastation Superstorm Sandy visited upon their homes and lives and are forced from FEMA housing into the new, often less pet-friendly housing arrangements. As part of their case management efforts, both FEMA and the American Red Cross are referring families to Seer Farms when pet-housing is one of the families’ most pressing recovery issues. Seer Farms is a proxy for the families who entrust their animals to them. Their goal is to help those families get through their life crises by taking one worry off their plates - how to care for their animals during their difficult times. In doing so, victims of natural disaster, women fleeing domestic violence, individuals in need of extended medical attention, deployed service members and individuals facing homelessness can place their animals temporarily, safely, at Seer Farms. For more information about Seer Farms please visit www.seerfarms.org.