Elizabeth Park Events, Homeless Need Water, Lots More

D’VAS AND DUDES TONIGHT

August 5 @ 6 – 8 PM Elizabeth Park

Country folk, Rock, Blues, and Boogie Woogie

Thursdays 6 – 8 PM At The Gazebo (with food and dessert tents!)

THEATRE AT ELIZABETH PARK

Saturday August 7, 7:30 – 9;00 PM

NO DISRESPECT IN THE LADYBUG CAMPER

Live (socially distanced and outdoor) performance!

**Note: this performance is best suited for people 13 years snd older.  Not so much the subject matter, but it’s just not a play intended for all ages.**

The year is 2021 and the employees of Glamazon have had a “reEmersion” retreat created for them by their AI Human Resources manager, Alexis. The retreat is located on the coast of Washington and provides a backdrop for these unlikely friends to rediscover human connection in a post-pandemic world.

A new devised work performed each night in a different location: August 5 in Fairhaven Park on the lawn; August 6 at Maritime Heritage Park; August 7 at the Elizabeth Park Gazebo.

This script is best for audience members 13 and older. Discussion of body dysmorphia, PTSD, self-harm/suicide, and alcoholism. Produced by Theatre on the Intersection for Western Summer Theatre. Theatre on the Intersection is a concept piece for underserved writers, performers, and emerging artists to explore and produce theatrical work with a supportive company. The production will explore the idea of being a person that lives in intersectionality; a human that doesn’t fit into one culture because they intersect so many.

https://fb.me/e/163tBbN33

MOVING BOXES

We are moving soon, and could use some moving boxes. Small to medium to large, if anyone has some, or knows where in town I could pick up some for free? ~ Jessica  Burchiel, Henry Street

YOUNG FAMILY LOOKING FOR A HOUSE

We are looking for a long term rental in Columbia neighborhood. We moved to B-ham over 2 years ago from Europe and fell in love with it. Our 3 little kids aged 1, 3 and 5 love bike riding, paddling on Padden or skiing on Mt. Baker. We would love to stay in the neighborhood that is our home. Unfortunately, the house we have been renting since the beginning is going for sale soon. So we are looking for a new home. No pets (only 3 little kids 😉 Price – Uu to $2800 is reasonable. Thank you for offering. ~ Jan & Barbora, Phone: 516.513.4215

HOMELESS NEED WATER

The Outreachers tell me the need is urgent. Folks without a home lose access to drinking water. Think of how hot your car gets in the summer sun. Now imagine trying to live in it. Costco bottled water is the cheapest in town. You are welcome to drop off water here, or donate so we can buy more. Thank you!

RADIO FREE FL!P

AIN’T NO CURE FOR THE SUMMERTIME BLUES

Eddie Cochran, the original, in 1959. This has been a hit again in every generation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIdFWGy3Fjc

Love/Fl!p

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