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Sounds of Hope is a weekly collaboration of local performers, charities and Potter's

House presenting an evening of food, entertainment, and community outreach. Requested donations at the door go directly to the performers and charity, and proceeds of sale of dinner and desserts benefit Potter's House. The bookservice, which carries children's books, poetry, and social justice books, in addition to extensive selections in religion and spirituality, is also open on Friday nights.

 

Upcoming Events

 

July 16th - Inter-active Percussionists - Rhythm Workers Union -- www.rhythmworkersunion.org

 

July 23rd - Venture 4th Friday Open Mic Both Spoken Word and Music, featuring Afrika Midnight Asha Abney "Ashawarrior". Free for appreciative ears -- http://aashawarrior.artistportfolio.net/in...&artist_id=4513

http://hometown.aol.com/aashawarrior/myhom...page/index.html

http://www.authorsden.com/ashawarrior

 

July 30th - Alicia (latin folk) -- www.aliciadeeny.com

 

The Potter's House - a non- profit restaurant, bookservice, and art gallery - has served Washington, DC since 1960. Owned by Potter's House Church, it is open from 11-3 Monday - Friday by a small and dedicated workforce of staff and volunteers. Beginning July 10th the bookservice will be open on Saturdays, and coffee and light food will be available. Potter's House has an excellent catering service, and the facility is available for rent in non-dedicated hours. Sounds of Hope was born in May 2002 in order to increase its exposure and income, and better serve the community. It takes place on Friday nights from 7-11pm.

 

The Potter's House

1658 Columbia Rd., NW

Washington, DC

Telephone: 202-232-5483 or 202-232-2885

Email: fridaynights@pottershousedc.org

Website: www.pottershousedc.org

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Greetings:

 

Please see updates regarding Sounds of Hope.

 

Sounds of Hope is a weekly collaboration of local performers, charities and

Potter's House presenting an evening of food, entertainment, and community

outreach. Requested donations at the door go directly to the performers and

charity, and proceeds of sale of dinner and desserts benefit Potter's House.

The bookservice, which carries children's books, poetry, and social justice

books, in addition to extensive selections in religion and spirituality, is also

open on Friday nights.

 

Sounds of Hope takes place at Potter's House in the Adams Morgan

neighborhood, in Washington, DC.

 

Upcoming Events

 

July 23rd - Venture 4th Friday Open Mic Both Spoken Word and Music, featuring

Afrika Midnight Asha Abney "Ashawarrior". Free for appreciative ears -- http://aashawarrior.artistportfolio.net/in...&artist_id=4513

http://hometown.aol.com/aashawarrior/myhom...page/index.html

http://www.authorsden.com/ashawarrior

 

July 30th - Alicia (latin folk) -- www.aliciadeeny.com

 

August 6th - The Companion, benefiting Bread for the World (www.bread.org)

 

August 13th - Djesben, progressive jazz

 

August 27th - Venture 4th Fridays Open Mic Both Spoken Word and Music. Free for appreciative ears

 

Closed for Labor Day Weekend

 

September 10th - Malcolm X Drummers and Dancers -- http://www.geocities.com/malcolmxdd/malcolmxdd.html

 

September 17th - Leslie Helpert

 

September 24th - Venture 4th Fridays Open Mic Both Spoken Word and Music.

Free for appreciative ears

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The Potter's House - a non- profit restaurant, bookservice, and art gallery - has

served Washington, DC since 1960. Owned by Potter's House Church, it is open

from 11-3 Monday - Friday by a small and dedicated workforce of staff and

volunteers. Beginning July 10th the bookservice will be open on Saturdays, and

coffee and light food will be available. Potter's House has an excellent catering

service, and the facility is available for rent in non-dedicated hours. Sounds of

Hope was born in May 2002 in order to increase its exposure and income, and

better serve the community. It takes place on Friday nights from 7-11pm.

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Thank you for your interest in

Sounds of Hope

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