Rogue World Ensemble presents: A Village Concert - a family event!

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Rogue World Ensemble presents: A Village Concert - a family event!

Time: November 20, 2011 from 5:30pm to 6pm
Location: Havurah Shir Hadish
Street: 185 N Mountain Avenue
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.rogueworldensemble…
Phone: 541-227-3227
Event Type: family, concert
Organized By: Rogue World Ensemble
Latest Activity: Nov 6, 2011

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A fantastic event for the whole family brought to you by the Rogue World Ensemble.

 

Sunday, November 20th, at 5:30pm. $10/family

Havurah Shir Hadish

185 N Mountain Ave, Ashland

 

Call 541-227-3227 for more information. Tickets are at the door only.

 

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