Fantastic Open MIC Night "The Superb Heard Well"

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Fantastic Open MIC Night "The Superb Heard Well"

Time: April 13, 2012 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: Guidance Church
Street: 7225 Crenshaw Blvd. (at 73rd St. parking entrance in the City View Bldg. behind the church bldg.)
City/Town: Los Angele 90043
Website or Map: http://thesuperbheardwell.yol…
Phone: (323) 778-0773
Event Type: open, mic, poetry, music, spoken, word, creative, expression., community, event
Organized By: Guidance Church Community Outreach and Reflections Publishing House
Latest Activity: Apr 9, 2012

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Our Open MIC Night theme is

 ~"Love, Joy & Happiness "~  

Come express yourself superbly, giving it your best before a live audience.  Show some Love. show some Joy, share the Happiness in a special way. 

 

Be Entertained & Entertaining. Come uplift the community with your Creative Expression. Whether you act, write, sing, speak, rap, play an instrument or a comedian (display your works of artwork also) . This space has been provided for you. The wealth of talent in our community is plentiful...Come share your talents or just come enjoy the loving atmosphere.

We started our event November of 2009 for the community so that folks would have a spacious place to express themselves and entertain one another. This is a way for those who feel they have a talent to share, can do so in a loving environment and be appreciated. Here we have an opportunity to get before a live audience and let our talents flow. We often have a featured artist who comes to share their gift with us to set the tone for those who follow. All good is possible when you believe in yourself to present the joy that is creatively yours.

We have a ball every 2nd Friday of the month because of the support we get from wonderful folks like you. Come and check us out, you will enjoy yourself to the max.

This event is

FREE

to the public. We also greatly appreciate your financial love donations which keeps this wonderful event going...

~$hare the wealth in a joyful way~

 

We thank Guidance Church for allowing us this venue every 2nd Friday of the month for us to put on this community event with the assistance for Reflections Publishing House. 

 

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