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Seattle Women's Chorus "Reel Women" Benefit Concert
When: February 15, 2015 at 3pm
Tickets on sale now!!
Grab some popcorn and get ready for a movie-themed extravaganza! Join Seattle Women’s Chorus for a musical tribute to some of the silver screen’s most famous and scintillating women. Throughout cinematic history, women have graced motion pictures with their beauty, tenacity, and award-winning talents, both on screen and behind the scenes. Celebrate these accomplished performers as we take you on a journey from the beginning of film all the way through the closing credits of today’s hit movies. Proceeds from the concert will help support CADA. Thank you to our amazing sponsors: Whidbey Island Bank, Windermere Real Estate/ So Whidbey, Puget Sound Energy, & Whidbey-SeaTac Shuttle.
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