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Watch This Space - Susan Campbell and Steve Mitchell
Susan Campbell, author / journalist / blogger, and Steve Mitchell, Minister of Arts & Music at The Asylum Hill Congregational Church, will visit Watch This Space on Monday November 26 around 3 p.m. to talk about the 3rd Annual Community Sing-Along at The Charter Oak Cultural Center on Thursday November 29.
The original sing-along was inspired by the notion that despite our differences, we might know the words to the same songs, and everyone had such a good time that the event has been presented again and now again!