Gospel & Giving

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Know & Go

When: Saturday, November 9th, doors @6:30pm | show @7pm

Where: Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 235 S. Church Street, Grass Valley 95945

Tickets: FOR SALE NOW ! Just click "get tickets" on our shows page, General (18+) $15 | Student (17 & under) $5

When local bluegrass Band, Boston Ravine, played a show at Wild Eye Pub back in May, Father Seth Kellerman of Emmanuel Episcopal Church and his wife, Tara, were in attendance. Having enjoyed the music, Father Seth offered Mei Lin Heirendt (fiddler, mandolinist and vocalist of Boston Ravine) and her father, Robert Heirendt (guitarist and vocalist of Boston Ravine) use of the Church for a future show. Being an 8th grader at Grass Valley Charter, Mei Lin was inspired to put on a gospel fundraiser and make it her 8th grade service project. She decided to organize and perform bluegrass gospel music with her band, in hopes to raise money for the Interfaith Food Ministry. This non-profit organization feeds the hungry and helps reduce food insecurity in Nevada County. As we head toward the holiday season, it’s fitting to donate extra money to those in need of food during this time. Mei Lin says, “I don’t think anything in the world is more fulfilling than using something you love to give back to the community.” Boston Ravine will be joined by Karl Chelette on bass. The show, set in the beautiful, historic Emmanuel Episcopal Church, will be followed by a reception next-door to the Church, in Buck Hall. 100% of the profits from the show will go to the Interfaith Food Ministry.

 


 

Concert Update:

Wednesday Oct. 23, The Small Glories with Boston Ravine: Cancelled

We are sad to announce that the concert with The Small Glories at the Miners Foundry has been cancelled.

 


 

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