Holiday Party On The Bus Fundraiser
Saturday, November 18, 2017
PARTY ON THE BUS
It's the Hamilton Arts Council's first annual holiday fundraising party!
Featuring Dinner and live music on the bus and guided tour to see the Winter Festival of Lights at Niagara Falls, ON.
All are welcome for this exciting evening of song, food and festivities! There will be a stop to see the falls lit in all its festival glory, and we will stop for dessert before returning to Hamilton.
Food will be prepared by Master Chef Jonny Blonde and served on the bus. Specialty coffee will be served as sponsored by Red Church Cafe & Gallery.
1) Roasted Beet Salad: Made with cucumber, toasted pepitas, walnuts, dried cranberries in a cherry vinaigrette with shaved dark chocolate (served with strawberries when in season)
2) Jonny’s Butter Chicken: Served with rice, topped with roasted cauliflower, toasted almonds and chopped cilantro / **Vegetarian Option: Coconut curry vegetables (vegan, GF) served on rice.
All Served with Jonny’s fire-grilled flatbread. Beverages include specialty coffee and sparkling water.
*locally-farmed, antibiotic free, ehtically-rasied meats, chicken and local seasonal produce. All home-made foods, including breads sauces!
Please send your menu option by November 17, 2017! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
This one-of-a-kind evening is sponsored by Attridge Transporation, The Seedworks Urban Offices and The Cotton Factory.
Music provided by:
Loralee McGuirl: Born in Hamilton, Loralee McGuirl is of Irish, Scottish and English roots. She grew up singing mostly Gospel music, with the introduction of the Beatles and James Brown from her sister Shari. Loralee holds a combined honours degree in music and art, and a vocal performance diploma. With a background in Opera, she has written over 100 hundred songs that cross over the bridge of blues, jazz and pop effortlessly.
Anthony Goodine: By age 14, Anthony opened his first recording studio, and since then has produced and recorded many radio and independent artist's including his own albums. He has travelled the world as a musician and has taught vocal, guitar, songwriting and composition in Toronto for more than fifteen years before moving to Hamilton. When not engaged in his production work, Anthony can be found teaching at Picks and Sticks Music.
WHEN: Departs at 5:00 pm, returning by 10:00 pm
WHERE: The Seedworks Urban Offices, 126 Catharine St N, Hamilton, ON L8R 1J4 (pick-up and drop off)
*Luxury coach bus with washroom facilities on-site*