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National Coming Out Day Unitarian Universalist Chapel Service
Cosponsored with Northfield UU Fellowship and Carleton GSC. Guest performer: Ann Reed - song writer, 12-string guitarist, touring musician
Date: Sunday, October 14th, 2012
Time: 10:30 am
Duration: 1 hour
Location: Chapel Main Sanctuary
Sponsored by: Chaplain's Office
Contact: Jan Truax, Chaplain's Office, x4003
A collaborative event cosponsored by UUFN and Carleton's Gender and Sexuality Center for the greater Northfield Community. One service only. Ann will be a guest speaker and performer. 50% of the proceeds from our "sharing of the plate" that day will go to MN UNITED FOR ALL FAMILIES.
About Ann Reed:
A Minnesota native, Ann has been a touring musician for more than 30 years. She has toured North America coast to coast, doing concerts, clubs, and festivals including Bumbershoot, Winnipeg, Black Mountain, and National Women's Music Festival. And she's met wonderful fans and made friends all along the way.
She has appeared on Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion, ABC's Good Morning America, and NPR's Morning Edition, not to mention countless radio stations across the U.S. She wrote and performed Heroes, a theatrical presentation produced by Minnesota Public Radio. And in a departure from her usual repertoire, has developed (with Denise Tabet) Nothing But Class: The Songs of Dorothy Fields.
Among Ann's accolades: Minnesota Music Academy Performer of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, Best Recording of the Year, along with several awards from the multitude of nonprofits that she has supported while donating 25 percent of her time and efforts to organizations that primarily benefit women and children.