Karaoke for a Cause: Fundraiser for Studio.89’s SYC Program

Welcome to Karaoke for a Cause: Fundraiser for Studio.89’s SYC Program! Join us on Fri, Jul 12, 2024 at 5:00 PM at 2520 Eglinton Ave W for a night of singing, fun, and fundraising. Show off your vocal skills and support a great cause at the same time! All proceeds will go towards Studio.89’s SYC Program, helping to empower youth in our community. Let’s come together and make a difference through the power of music. See you there!

This will be a public event in the Cafe and the Daniels Sales Centre – everyone is welcome to join!

Ticket Prices
– Early Bird (April 22nd– June 15th): $10
– Bird (June 16th– June 30th): $15
– Late Bird (July 1st – July 12th): $20

Bridging the Borders: Through the Ages FUNDRAISER

The “Bridging the Borders: Through the Ages” event is a fundraising initiative with the goal of raising $500 for the Senior and Youth Connect Program. This event is designed to promote community engagement and showcase local talent while fostering connections between seniors and youth. This will be a public event in the cafe and the Daniels Sales Centre.

Live Performances
– Enjoy captivating performances by renowned artists such as Sarah Catherine, Musa Habib, Fiona Yang, Tanya Raja, and more.

– An auction featuring exclusive and exciting items will take place during the event. Details of the auction items will be announced soon.

Ticket Sales:
– Early Bird (May 1st – May 31st): $10
– Bird (June 1st – June 10th): $15
– Late Bird (June 11th – June 21st): $20
Tickets will be available for purchase starting April 22nd, 2024.

Join us for an unforgettable evening that celebrates talent, community, and intergenerational connections, while contributing to a meaningful cause. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of “Bridging the Borders: Through the Ages” on June 21st, 2024, from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM!

Impact Arts: Trauma Healing Through Music

Embark on a transformative journey at “Impact Arts: Trauma Healing Through Music,” a captivating event hosted by Studio.89 in collaboration with the Mississauga Arts Council. Led by esteemed artists Rob Tardik and Kim Black, this event offers a unique opportunity to explore the powerful impact of music in overcoming trauma. Engage in thought-provoking discussions, witness a captivating performance, and participate in a interactive workshop that reveal the healing potential of music.

All levels of musical experience are welcome to participate, however if there is an instrument you would like to bring please do so.

Community Benefit:

Join a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about the intersection of music and trauma healing. Connect, learn, and exchange ideas as we create a supportive environment that fosters personal growth and resilience.