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We Can Do It Open Mic
January 7, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Join us for – We Can Do It! a new monthly Open Mic, curated and hosted by singer/songwriter/poetess Melissa Lussier.
Monthly on the second Tuesday, with featured guests and slots for traditional open mic.
This month’s featured guests are:
Local musician Shy but flyy
Acclaimed spoken word poet/Tedtalk
Speaker Tiffany Dawn Hasse
and live painting by visionary artist nadia f. alamah,
it will be an evening to remember! So put on your fancy top hat and cruise on over to the hippest bar in town, serving independent local and woman-owned beer, wine, cider, hard kombucha, non alcoholic beverages, and tasty snacks.
“This open mic is about empowerment. It will be a woman-focused, feminist, LGBTQ+ friendly space. We are here to connect, to contribute to a tapestry of community, to listen with our hearts and to elevate those who bravely step onto the stage and share their art with us, whether it is their first time, or they are a seasoned performer. We want this to be your church, your space to worship at the altar of art. All creative expressions and gender expressions are welcome, as well as all types of performance and creative art.” – Melissa
If you are interested in performing:
This open mic is about empowerment. It will be a woman-focused, feminist, LGBTQ+ friendly space. We aim to connect and contribute to our community.
Whether it’s your first time, or you are a seasoned performer. We’d love to hear (from) you!
Please email Melissa Lussier at firstname.lastname@example.org with a short bio and link to your work
All creative expressions and gender expressions are welcome, as well as all types of performance and creative art.
Elinor is “An uncommon drinkery for common people.” Elinor is a woman owned and managed bar that is feminista friendly and brew-curious. Elinor Otto AKA The Last Rosie worked from 1942-2014 as a “Rosie” and worked til the age of 95! Spending 50 of her 70 year career in Long Beach! Elinor drinkery is a tribute to the symbol of barrier breaking women and a nod to Long Beach history.
In other words … the PERFECT place for this event!!
Located behind and attached to MADE by Millworks with alley entrance at 250 North Tribune Court or through MADE at 240 Pine Avenue.
2 hour free parking is located at the public parking structure on 3rd street (just across the alley) behind Harvey Milk Plaza.