The Many Hands Project has soul

manyhandprojectlogoBy Sarah Piercey– We Got Soul, A jazz and blues experience will take place this Thursday April 7. This is the fourth and final fundraising event for the Many Hands Project. The event begins at 7 p.m. and will be held at Four Triple 5 in Niagara Falls.

This is sure to be an entertaining evening supporting a great cause. The entertainment for the evening includes Conor Gains and The Ramblin’ Moon; One of the most dynamic blues rock acts in Canada. Also on the docket, Shea D Duo; A duet, consisting of jazz musician Juliet Dunn and her husband Peter Shea. The duo regularly donate their time to Hospice Niagara and Heart Niagara, holding afternoon performances in Niagara. Last but not least, Rita Carrey. She travels the country with her band No Strings Attached; they have been an opening act for larger bands such as April Wine and Honeymoon Suite. She is also comedian Jim Carrey’s older sister, and a Canadian radio and television personality.

Not only will the night be delightful for your ears, it will taste good too. Niagara College Craft Beer will be on-site, delicious hor d’oeuvres will be served and there will be a coffee and dessert bar. A silent auction will be held throughout the evening.

The proceeds from the evening will go to Many Hands Project, in support of the Hope Centre and Heartland Forest. For more information on tickets visit!the-event/pvrvo

Sarah Piercey is a second year Niagara College Journalism student doing her job placement with Erie Media.