February 25, 2010

Dancin' for Haiti in Asheville, NC

There are so many benefits for Haiti going on around the country, which is awesome to see! Here in Asheville we've had quite a few ourselves, and more still around the corner.
-One of the benefits to come is "Dancing for Haiti," held at Evergreen Community Charter School on Sunday, Feb. 28 from 330-530pm. A great thing about this benefit is that it is fun for all ages while raising money for an important cause: gather with others to donate money to SOIL while learning how to dance Latin- style!! There will be several Zumba instructors helping out while everyone boogies down, and the event is raising money to help SOIL with their projects in Haiti before, during and after the earthquake (they have been working together, and with Haiti, since 2006).
-Also on Sunday Feb. 28 is Haitipalooza, an all ages show at 9pm at The Orange Peel. Local bands like Yo' Mama's Big Fat Booty Band and Asheville Horns will be providing the music, you provide the dancing. All proceeds benefit Haiti relief through Planting Peace and Mutual Aid Disaster Relief.

Come and visit Asheville, let Carolina Mornings find a home away from home fit for you, and share in our local relief efforts for those in dire need.

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