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Jazz Sunday April 3 with Ivory & Gold Trio at Menlo Park 1st Baptist Church

Original post made by Nan Bostick on Mar 18, 2011

Sun. Apr. 3 at 10 AM Mystic, Connecticut's Ivory & Gold Trio perform a traditional jazz service at Menlo Park's 1st Baptist Church at 1000 Middle (corner Arbor). All are welcomed to join us for coffee at 9;30 and inspirational spirituals performed by Jeff and and Barnhart (piano and flute) and grammy-winning percussionist, Danny Coots. For more information, contact Carol Maslin at: 650-323-8544 or cjmaslin@juno.com. For directions to the church, visit: www.firstbaptist.com

To learn more about Ivory and Gold and sample their CDs, visit their web site at: www.ivoryandgold.net.

The Trio is also scheduled at the church Wed. Apr. 6 at 7:00 PM for a full concert of ragtime to jazz favorites to benefit the Haitian Relief Fund. Donations gratefully accepted.

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