United Palace Cathedral Summer Festival And Concert

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[Education: Theater]

FESTIVAL AND UPTOWN CONCERT, on Saturday, August 25, 2012 starting at
10:00 am at UPC, 4140 Broadway (at 175th Street), New York City.

two-part festive event is designed to bring closure to the Youth
Ministry’s Summerfest program and prepare children and youth for the
2012-2013 Academic school year.

Children and youth will be
provided with give-aways, motivation, and a certificate of
participation.  There will be plenty of food, music, and vendors. There
will also be a talent showcase for children and youth and a host of
service provides who will focus on health education and healthy eating.

This will include nutrition consultants, Yoga/Exercise, physicians, pharmacies, organic and natural foods and cultural dishes.

6:00 pm, celebrities and performers for the evening concert will take
part in a Red Carpet affair --invitation only. The concert will start at
7:30 pm and be hosted by Hollywood’s own Cindy Margolis.

Margolis is the star of ABC's family "Beverly Hills Nannies." Headliners
will be teen recording artists "Austin Powers" and "POV", with
performances by Euro, Jasmin Waites, Dymond Harding and the KLASS dance
troupe!  Also, attendees will be able to meet the cast of the new web
series, “The Garage.”  MC for the evening is Maria Davis, renowned HIV
and Youth activist. 

A free-will donation is requested for entry
into the concert.  For more information, please call Min. Diamond
Butler at (212) 568-6700, ext. 16 or Min. Gilbert James, ext. 39.

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