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Enjoy a great ‘two-fer’: Concert helps Fairview Hospice patients

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Norah Long will perform at In Harmony for Life on April 27.
April 8, 2013
For years, music has played an important role in the care provided by Fairview Hospice. Our hospice care providers realized the benefits music can have during difficult times, and Fairview Hospice was the first hospice care provider in the Twin Cities to implement a music therapy program.

That understanding, along with the inspiration of dedicated employees, led to creation of the In Harmony for Life benefit concert.

Join us for music, food and fun
This marks the eighth year Fairview Hospice is hosting In Harmony for Life. This year’s event—on April 27—will feature a creative musical performance by Norah Long, renowned vocalist and actress.

Norah will impress you with her unique take on classic songs. Described as luminous, extraordinary and “possessing a full-bodied voice of color and grit,” Norah is sure to create a memorable performance.

You also have a chance to bid on one-of-a-kind items in the silent auction and mingle with friends and family at a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception.

Saturday, April 27, 2013
4 p.m. – Reception and silent auction
5 p.m. – Concert

Hoversten Chapel, Augsburg College
625 22nd Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
 
Your generosity enables Fairview Hospice to provide patients free services such as therapeutic massage and music therapy, helping them maintain dignity and spend their final days surrounded by loved ones.
 
The cost is $50 per ticket, with all proceeds from the event supporting the compassionate care provided by Fairview Hospice.

Free parking is available; you’ll receive more information when you buy tickets.

 
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