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Diamond Expressions...Exploring Your Inner Bling

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Diamond Expressions...Exploring Your Inner Bling

Time: August 31, 2012 at 8pm to September 1, 2012 at 2am
Location: Studio 39
Street: 39 Marne Street (rear entrance)
City/Town: Hamden, CT
Phone: 203.685.6729
Event Type: a, night, of, joy, creativity, health, spirituality, and, connection!
Organized By: Ayana Nadira
Latest Activity: Aug 31, 2012

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NOT TO BE MISSED!!!
 
A NIGHT OF JOY, CREATIVITY, HEALTH, SPIRITUALITY AND CONNECTION!
 
FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST ...
Cocktail Hour: 8-9pm / Show starts promptly @ 9pm Studio 39 / 39 Marne Street in Hamden, CT
 
HOSTED BY JAI SIMONE!!!
 
Followed by an Open Mic & Afterparty!!!
 
GET THERE EARLY!!  
$7 – Admission B4 10pm…$10 After
$3 - Admission for Open Mic Poets & Performers…$5 After
 
Dress to Impress to Express Your Inner Bling!! PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBERT COOPER!!
 
CHECK OUT OUR HEADLINERS!!
 
Some of CT, New Jersey AND New York’s finest spoken word artists and performers will be blessing the mic!!
 
** Jai Simone
** Hawk
** Bliss
** Netta TheOdysseyPoet
** Algorhythm
** Alysia Harris
** Oktober Brown
And MANY MORE!!
 
DJ Quil will be on the 1’s & 2’s
 
Nutritious & Delicious Organic Vegan-Friendly desserts and food will be on sale for your tasting pleasure.
 
Custom made DREW shirts will be available for sale!!
 
IF YOU ARE A VENDOR interested in selling your creative merchandise at this event please contact DREW Project Manager, Kellye @ drewprojectmanager@gmail.com. Vendor tables are $35.
 
This event will be a great networking opportunity for entrepreneurs, new business owners, musicians, artists, or for those interested in connecting with positive intellectual people.
 
***All proceeds go to DREW empowerment programming and services.
 
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Diamond in the Rough Education & Wellness (DREW)DREW Youth Empowerment Project
 
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: www.twitter.com/DREWEMPOWERMENT

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