'Catalyst Cafe' Makes Its Debut

The People's Church will host this music & food affair that will go to support earthquake victims

What: Catalyst Cafe
When: Thursday, February 25, 2010 (8PM)
People's Church (15641-96 Ave.)

THE first-ever "Catalyst Cafe" invites anyone and everyone to come check out some free live entertainment and enjoy appetizers and fresh signature plates from chef Phil Borer at the West end's People's Church. All proceeds from the dinner & drinks will go to benefit the Kingdom Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Organizers have booked the 43-year-old church's foyer and cafeteria to host performances by local rock musician J.D.M.L. and the premiere of newcomer Charity Hunstad. In addition to the music, the evening will also include a poetry reading and a makeshift art gallery of the work of local artist Courtney Larson.

"Catalyst Cafe" is sponsored by Transcend Coffee, which will also be serving up their popular specialty gourmet coffee brews for the showcase.

So if you're looking for an excuse to get out of the house and help those who need it the most at the same time, then head down to the People's Church this Thursday night for some great food, fresh coffee and live music. Bring your friends, too!


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