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Mommologues Event to Benefit LACASA

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         Voices – Out Loud & Proud

Join us for a heart-warming evening as some of Livingston County’s most respected writers and performers gather to present Mommologues: Musings on Motherhood. All ticket proceeds benefit LACASA Center.

poetry micThis pre-Mother’s Day event celebrates the trials, tribulations and momentous moments of motherhood. Listen as contributors read poetry, essays and vignettes specially created for this event.

Readers who will share pieces they’ve written on motherhood include acclaimed storyteller Jeff Doyle; award-winning writers Buddy Moorehouse and Maria Stuart; The Great Foodini, aka Rene Chodkowski; and journalist blogger Mona Shand.

The MOMMO night will include other performances by Pat ConveryDavid HayesChristina KafkakisCindy Spencer Pape, and Cassandra Stewart.

“We all know what an important role moms play in our community and in our society, and we want to celebrate that experience and give it a voice,” Shand said. “The Mommologues is an attempt put into words some of the things we’ve learned from our moms and as parents ourselves.”

“Mommologues” is produced by Shand and Stuart. Sponsors of the event include The Livingston Post, and Christina Maria Photo & Design.

Come for an enjoyable evening of humor, insights and inspiration

Thursday, May 8, 2014      7 p.m.     Opera House, Downtown Howell   

Tickets $12 per person        Light refreshments served

All ticket proceeds benefit abused children and victims of interpersonal violence at LACASA Center 

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