Animare: An Evening of Food, Art, and Revelry to Benefit Homeless and At-risk Youth in Portland
Local artists, businesses, and nonprofits unite in an extravaganza to benefit The Circus Project, a new 501c3, which serves homeless and at-risk youth in Portland. The line-up includes performances by March Fourth Marching Band, The Sprockettes, NANDA, Kazum, The Bellini Twins, Lion, and The Circus Project Performance Troupe. The evening's cuisine will be provided by Clyde Common, Feastworks, Ned Ludd, Olympic Provisions, Pizza Fino, and Poises Cafe. Artwork from P:ear will be on display. A silent auction will augment the evening with products and services from local businesses. Animare takes place one night only: Saturday, September 12, at Disjecta, on 8371 N. Interstate. The show starts at 8pm.
The Circus Project enables homeless and at-risk youth to develop their physical and emotional integrity, by providing intensive skill training in circus and performing arts. In addition to homeless outreach, the project offers public classes for all ages, and manages a professional performance troupe that employs homeless and at-risk youth who have completed the intensive training program. "Animare," is the debut of The Circus Project Performance Troupe. For more information on The Circus Project, please visit www.thecircusproject.org.
8371 N. Interstate
Portland, OR 97217
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