Wednesday, September 14th will see us celebrating nautical and watery themes in pop music and more between 4:00pm and 6:00pm at Caitinara Bar, as we present another Music with Anthony themed night.
What’s more we’re hoping to add to the almost L$14,000 raised at the bar in support Stand Up To Cancer, as we again join in with the grid-wide SL Concerts to Benefit Stand Up To Cancer, organised by Still Braveheart, which sees musical events being held throughout September in support of SU2C, and which I blogged about here.
So, it doesn’t matter whether of not you’re In The Navy, enjoy spending time Under The Sea or Sailing, or whether you prefer to be Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay and looking Beyond the Sea, you don’t need to have any worries whether you might Rock The Boat or are missing those Harbour Lights; come along to Caitinara Bar at 4;00pm and say Aloha Oe to daily worries, let us be your Bridge Over Troubled Waters, and simply go with the Orinoco Flow with two hours of great music and great company – and all for a really great cause!
(Did you see what I did there?🙂 ).
Our theme night gives everyone a chance to dress-up for the evening – but it’s not an absolute requirement. However, if you want to get out those dress whites, or if you fancy some shore leave from Starfleet (yes, Star Trek can be considered nautical in its anniversary month!), or simply have a grass skirt / hula outfit waiting to be used, feel like being Popeye, get in an early character ready for International Talk Like a Pirate Day (Sept. 19th) – or just want to enjoy some great music, the choice is yours. All we ask is that you come along for as long as you like, enjoy the music and the company – and help use raise a little more for SU2C!
As always, Anthony Westburn will be spinning the tunes and taking requests for the evening, and Caitlyn, Bou and Inara will be there to pipe you aboard, so we look forward to seeing you!
About Stand Up 2 Cancer
SU2C takes an innovative approach to ending cancer by focusing on forming “dream teams” of doctors and researchers who are directly involved in leading-edge cancer research and treatment, and then undertaking aggressive research programmes. 100% of all donations made through SU2C goes directly into funding cancer research and treatment and paying for these teams; none is lost to “administrative costs” or put aside for CEO or executive salaries, etc.
Such is the success of this approach that as of 2014, and in the USA alone, SU2C has raised over $261 million in seven years. This money has all be used in directly supporting 141 clinical trials of possible cancer treatments, involving 750 scientists and 5,000 cancer patients, and which have spanned 112 US institutions.
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