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Jason Quick's single handed variety show.

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Jason Quick's single handed variety show.

Time: November 14, 2009 from 12pm to 1:30pm
Location: Bloom, 733-2381
Street: 1320 Cornwall Ave
City/Town: Bellingham, WA
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Phone: 360-393-2272
Event Type: inspirational, performance, art
Organized By: Jason Quick
Latest Activity: Nov 14, 2009

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Jason Quick presents his original one-handed variety show featuring new and used comedic and inspirational material. The show is at noon at Bloom, a new restaurant in Bellingham (1320 Cornwall), all are welcome; the humorous and inspirational content will be appropriate for all ages. This performance will be of interest to the Transition community because Jason dramatically addresses the notion of transitions and transformations. The show is free though donations for the performer will gladly be accepted. Please pass this info on to any who can attend, it should be lots of fun.

Thanks, Jason

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Comment by Heather K on November 14, 2009 at 12:04am
Hi Jason! I won't be able to attend but I wish I could!
Word on the street is many of your fans will be showing up! Really wish I could see you live sometime, or at least a video/youtube viewing!
Comment by Kate Clark on November 9, 2009 at 7:17pm
Sounds good- I'll be there and will try to bring a guest.
Comment by Heather K on November 9, 2009 at 5:20pm
Sounds great Jason! I hope someone will be present to video & post!
I'll be there in spirit if not in person...

I'm also hoping that Morgan will contact you about being part of our Jan 16th event at bloom - "Fertile Dreams Bloom - Into The Hands of the People' sometime before 4pm speaker or after 5:30...Save the Jan 16 date if you can join in the art, music, & fun!

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