Family Variety Show at Phinney Neighborhood Center to benefit Syrian refugees

by | Nov 9, 2016

Local magician Evan Reynolds and friends are hosting a Family Variety Show to benefit Syrian refugees. The show will be from 3-4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 27, at the Phinney Neighborhood Center.
All proceeds will go to the International Rescue Committee. Tickets are free with a donation of any amount to the IRC. Click here to register for your free ticket.
The Phinney Center is donating the space and Reynolds is covering all costs, while all performers are donating their services. (You’re encouraged to bring a few dollars to tip the performers, if you can.)
“This performance is close to my heart because I’m half Syrian, with family members currently missing after the attacks on Homs and Ma’loula,” Reynolds said in a press release. “I wanted so badly to do something to help, and then realized the International Rescue Committee is already doing that.”

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