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JazzFest for the Homeless

Saturday, October 15, 2011 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM

JazzFestOn Saturday October 15th, the Salem Roadhouse Cafe will host a Jazz festival featuring many performers in a continuous four-hour show raising funds for Monarch Housing for its work on ending homelessness.

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This show is set in a nightclub atmosphere with mood lighting and a professional stage and sound system, plus professional stage lighting.

Food and beverages plus gourmet coffees will be available.

Original photographic art work will be on display at the Roadhouse Fine Art Gallery. Performers will have media for sale.

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The Roadhouse Cafe is a close and intimate setting where the musicians are right in front of you. There are no bad seats! Free parking in our two parking lots, front and back.

Tickets are $15 per person.

Tickets purchased at the door are cash only.

Advanced tickets are recommended as seating is limited. Click here to buy tickets online!

Saturday, October 15 2011
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Doors open at 4:30 PM

Salem Roadhouse Cafe
829 Salem Road
Union, NJ 07083

by Richard W. Brown

Richard W. Brown, has more than forty-two years experience in both housing development and community organizing. Since 1991 Mr. Brown has been the Chief Executive Officer of Monarch Housing Associates, the 1995 Governor’s Excellence in Housing Award winner in the organization category.. To read more about Richard and all of our staff click here. Click here to send Mr. Brown an email.

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