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Soul Songs From the Heart and Bones of the World

March 24 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Soul Songs From the Heart and Bones of the World

A Local Artist Series event and a fundraiser for the Whidbey Institute at WICA featuring local artist Julie Glover and world-renowned singer/songwriter Gina Salā, along with Claudia Walker.

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Join Julie and Gina on a magical journey into the music of many different ethnic traditions, and how they express joy, sorrow, celebration and mystery. Come prepared to be embraced by and to participate in a rich field of sound.

6:30 pm doors open for the Piano Bar
7:00 pm seating begins (arrive early to ensure a great spot!)
7:30 pm concert begins

All contributions at any level welcomed and appreciated!

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As a home for transformative learning in a world fraught with complex
challenges, the Whidbey Institute is faced with an exciting opportunity:
there are many more people and programs seeking a home for their
work on our campus than we can currently serve.

Whidbey Institute 2020 (WI2020) is a four year, $4.5 million phased capacity-building initiative. Together, we’re creating a home for more transformational learning by scaling our facilities up to meet the needs of the individuals and organizations we serve.

Phase 1 construction for Meadow Row and Hillside Cabins will be complete in March 2018, adding 16 new beds that will provide a home for 800 new participants each year.


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