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Fwd: Greater Detroit Jazz Society Jazz-o-Gram: Fwd: Dave Tatrow at Taylor Conservatory Tonight

From: Dave L.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 10:48 AM

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From: Taylor Conservatory Foundation <[address removed]>
Subject: A Recipe for a Great Evening Out
Date: August 10, 2014 at 12:56:15 PM EDT
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Taylor Conservatory Foundation

A Recipe for Summer at the "C" Wednesday!

Dear Sally, 

What makes a great evening out in the summer? Someplace close and accessible. Add a sprinkle of great food and drink. A dash of reasonable prices and fantastic talent to hear and view. Top it off with lots of flowers and you have all the makings of a great night at the Conservatory. 

You are in for a treat this Wednesday as you'll get to enjoy the talents of jazz trumpeter Dave Tatrow and his all-star cast for the evening--renowned Jerry McKenzie on drums, Ray Tini on bass and Pat Cronley on keys.  Read more here. 

An Evening with: 
Dave Tatrow
Jerry McKenzie
Ray Tini
Pat Cronley

Doors open 5:30 p.m.
Music starts 6:30 p.m.


So, bring your friends and get great ready to enjoy a wonderful evening at the "C". Flowers, music, art, food and friends...a recipe for summertime at the Conservatory.    


Featured Exhibit Artist: Emily Daugherty
Ms. Daugherty will present her eclectic blend of visual art through the mediums of graphite pencil, watercolor, photoshop, and in some cases, gold leaf. "I love fashion and lifestyle and try to incorporate those aesthetics in everything I create. I also love to hone in on what makes that person unique, usually focusing in on their eyes or some other facial feature that shows that person's God given beauty," says Daugherty, commenting on the influence behind her exhibit. 

Convenient Parking, and Bring Your Lawn Chairs
Wednesday's event sponsored by: 

Thank you for your support and hope to see you tonight! 

Patty Donahue and the TCF Board  

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Taylor Conservatory Foundation | Box 1903 | Taylor | MI | 48180


Greater Detroit Jazz Society, Inc.
Sally and Bill Bolle, Emily Laura, Chuck Moss
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