The CHD Awareness Quilt Project is pleased to announce the 2009 Annual Quilt show! Boys and Girls Club of America
803 Bedford Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 02723 Saturday, July 25, 200910:00am - 3:00pm hosted byMichaela Gagne (http://www.michaelagagne.com/)
In addition to the quilts being on display, the City of Fall River is among many local businesses sponsoring the Fall River Chidren's Healthy Heart Festival to run in conjuntion with the CHD Awareness Quilt Show. Please watch this blog for more information on the Festival!
Two of the quilts in the series will be on display at the InterMountain Healing Hearts Family Summer Picnic. The picnic will be held at Primary Children's Medical Center100 N. Mario Capecci WaySalt Lake City, UT 84113 on Saturday, June 27, 4:00PM.
For more information please call 801-652-4672
Intermountain Healing Hearts (IHH), is a support group formed in 2007 for families of children or adults with congenital heart defects (CHD's) and heart disease who live in the greater Intermountain West Region. (Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, and Utah) and are seen through the cardiology clinic located in Primary Children's Medical Center (PCMC) in Salt Lake City, Utah. Intermountain Healing Hearts offers resources and a caring support network as families find answers and move forward to find healing and hope.
Our very own J.D. Mcain is going to be interviewed on June 17 th for the local news KCRA in Sacramento, California!!!! (NBC affiliate) It will air on June 20 or June 22. The interview surrounds Anna Jaworski's new book “The Heart of a Father” is scheduled for release on Father's Day, 2009. J.D. and his son Steve wrote articles for the book. Steve (dad to Samantha) wrote about when Samantha was born. J.D wrote a part about becoming a chd grandfather and included the chd awareness quilts in his story! Quilt #50 was taken with them to the interview along with pictures of Samantha.
The CHD Awareness Quilt Projects 2009 show will be held in Fall River, MA (see details below)
The CHD Awareness Quilt Projectis pleased to announce the 2009 Annual Quilt show!Boys and Girls Club of America 803 Bedford Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 02723Saturday, July 25, 2009 10:00am - 3:00pm hosted byMichaela Gagne (www.michaelagagne.com)
The Southeastern Massachusetts Festival Chorus presents ‘Mad About Broadway’ The Southeastern Massachusetts Festival Chorus (SMFC) takes you on a musical journey through eighty years of Broadway favorites when it presents its annual spring concert on Saturday, May 16. Held at the newly completed Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School, “Mad About Broadway” will celebrate both the Golden Age of Broadway as well as the recent hits that have helped to redefine and reinvigorate the musical-theatre scene. Every decade from the 1930’s to present will be represented, so there is sure to be something for everyone in this high-spirited, musical presentation. Among the selections to be featured are old favorites such as Anything Goes, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Luck Be a Lady and Bali, Ha’i and more recent Broadway hits such as Defying Gravity, Ballad of Sweeney Todd, Little Shop of Horrors and Seasons of Love. The 90-voice adult chorus will be accompanied by a 15 piece live orches tra, and the 40-member Festival Youth Chorus will also perform.
As an added treat for concert goers, The Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) Awareness Quilt Project will have several quilts from the project on display.
The Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Quilt Project was created to promote greater public awareness of Congenital Heart Defects (CHD), while honoring the strength, courage, and commitment of all those born with a CHD and their families. For more information on this organization, visit their website at http://www.chdquilt.org/
“Mad About Broadway” will be held on Saturday, May 16 at 7:00pm at the Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School on Center Street in Bridgewater. The box office will open at 6:00pm, the auditorium doors open at 6:15pm. Tickets are $15 adult, $12 senior, $10 child and may be reserved by phone at 508-821-9571 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please visit www.smfconline.org.