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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

January 15: Pancake Breakfast at First Church UCC To Benefit Open Air Circus!

Courtesy of Open Air Circus
Come on down to First Church Somerville for a pancake breakfast to benefit the great work of Open Air Circus on January 15th from 8:30-10:30am.

Open Air Circus writes, "We're going to hold a pancake breakfast on January 15th from 8:30am - 10:30am to be specific. We'll have lots of great food (not just pancakes) at a great price, along with good friends and cheer to warm you up as the young ones go back to school. We're asking for a small donation ($7/adult, $3/child 10 years old or younger, or $20/family). Let me know by January 1 if you have dietary needs that we should consider. The breakfast will be at the First UCC Somerville at 89 College Ave in Somerville. Please consider taking public transportation (it's very close to Davis Sq and the Powderhouse Rotary) to avoid congesting the streets. Let me know if you need help determining the best route. Thank you to our friends at First Church Somerville for allowing us to use their wonderful hall yet again!"

About Open Air Circus: The OPENAIR Circus is a Somerville based non-profit organization, offering classes for children in the summer, workshops for children and adults, and performance opportunities for its students. As a community based organization, the OPENAIR Circus works to encourage neighborhood participation in the arts, and to promote leadership and self-esteem for children and teens. Students have performed in Somerville's ArtBeat Parade and Spice of Life Festival, Cambridge's Riverfest, Caribbean Carnival and Summer in the City Program, Boston's First Night Parade and Harvest Festival, WGBH's Ice Cream Festival, and King Richard's Faire in Carver, Massachusetts.



Courtesy of First Church Somerville UCC
 About First Church Somerville UCC: We are a community of curious and creative spiritual seekers, committed to learning and embodying a progressive practice of Christianity. We walk in the way of Jesus, striving to love kindness and do justice for all people. We are of many minds in our spiritual beliefs, but one body in loving service to others and in joyful worship of the One who made us.

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