FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Northland Family Help Center invites the public to celebrate 30 years of healing and empowerment at a free concert with national singer/songwriter Michelle Shocked. With support from Greenhouse Productions, Northland Family's Pearls of Hope 30th anniversary celebration will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sept. 20 at the Flagstaff City Hall west parking lot, south of the downtown library (211 W. Aspen Ave.).
Local bands will begin performing at noon, including The Buzzard Brothers, Summit Dub Squad and Bonzai. Michelle Shocked will take the stage at 4:30 p.m. The day-long free event will also include a kids' zone with a variety of activities, a display of the Clothesline Project, local art for sale, speakers and acknowledgements, information about service organizations, concessions and more.
For 30 years, Northland Family Help Center has provided safe haven for women and children, advocacy and counseling for people living in unhealthy and violent relationships, and community education programs to prevent family and relationship violence throughout northern Arizona.
Community support has been essential to Northland Family's success, and the public is invited to help celebrate Northland Family's 30 years of healing and empowerment through shelter, advocacy and education.
To find out more about Northland Family Help Center or to get involved with the Pearls of Hope 30th anniversary celebration, contact Northland Family at (928) 233-4315 or e-mail email@example.com. Event sponsorships are available as well.