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Benefit show for Sarah Winslow




On August 1, 2015 the lovely and talented Sarah was hit by a drunk driver while on her motorcycle in Rhode Island. VERY luckily, Sarah's injuries were not life threatening, but she did suffer a number of broken bones (femur, shoulder, pelvis, among others) and a significant soft tissue injury on her thigh. She has had numerous surgeries, a very long hospital stay, and will be sustaining future time in physical therapy/in-patient rehab to get her up and moving around again. So far folks have been very generous with a gofundme account (http://www.gofundme.com/pj24wgrg), but to take things a step further to help her out with some of the financial burdens that befall the severely injured while in hospitals/rehab, AND to give an awesome person a fun time out with friends, we've put together a kick ass show at Cuisine en Locale, in Somerville, MA on 10/10/2015. There will be rock and roll, raffles, food, and beer: Narragansett and Smuttynose!! More details to come soon!!!

Music by:
Aquanutz (Boston's best hair metal cover band!)
White Dynomite
The Skeleton Beats
Petty Morals
Diablogato
Matt Charette & The Truer Sound

Raffle will include items from:
Bridge 9 Records
Sully's T shirts
Wild Belle Tooled Leather
Wild Child Jewelry and Leather
Deep Ellum/Lone Star Taco Bar
Choppahead Kustom Cycles (CHKC)
Barnstorm Cycles Custom Motorcycles and Fabrication
Grade-eight Cycle and Speed
Judy Jetson Salon
Black Grease Cycles
Lowbrow Customs
Biltwell Inc.
Harddrive Parts
Special79 Fabrication
Skana Design


and many more!!!

If you would like to donate something to be raffled, please get in touch!

More details can also be found on the Facebook Event page here:
Facebook Event Page!

Event Date/Time:  October 10, 2015 6:00 PM to October 11, 2015 12:00 AM
Location:  Cuisine en Locale
156 Highland Ave, Somerville, Massachusetts 02143


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