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Unity: An Evening of Culture and Art to Benefit the Women in Mozambique

MozWoc

Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (MDT)

Unity: An Evening of Culture and Art to Benefit the...

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
General Admission
Must show photo ID at will-call.
Ended $15.00 $1.82
Student Discount
Must show student ID at will-call.
Ended $8.00 $1.43
Family/Group Discount
*up to four people Must show photo ID at will-call
Ended $32.00 $2.75

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Event Details

Need something to do during Spring Break? Or just want to be part of something amazing? Then come join us for an evening of variety. Musicians, dancers, and artists will fill your eyes and ears to benefit the Mozambique Women's Center.

All Ages Event
$15 without student ID
$8 with Student ID
$32 group/family (up to four people)

**All proceeds go to benefitting MozWoc

Featuring Entertainment By:

*Sweet Salt Records artist Tom Bennett
*Matthew Lanier
*Christopher Futral and Kairo
*Vincent Draper
*Banjara
*Elegant Impulses
*Boogietechz
*Lupe Calderon
*Megan Roth
*Moirai
*Rachel Fox
*Candice and Roxanne



Booths By:
WSU Geography Club

Flyer Art by: Benjamin Gilmore

Be sure to visit the booth to bid on Silent Auction items and purchase raffle tickets!

Each ticket purchased comes with one raffle ticket!

(This event will be filmed and clips will be used in the documentary that is being created about this experience.)

Have questions about Unity: An Evening of Culture and Art to Benefit the Women in Mozambique? Contact MozWoc

When & Where


Weber State University-Shepherd Union Bldg 313B
3848 Harrison Blvd
Ogden, UT 84408

Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (MDT)


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Organizer

MozWoc

"By combining forces with several WSU departments and NPAU (No Poor Among Us), Dr. Rich hopes to raise enough funds to build the Mozambique Women's Center (MOZWOC), a place where African woman can learn, grow, and dream. Rich believes that, "If we lift a woman, we can raise a nation". MOZWOC construction will begin spring 2014 and be completed during May 2014 when WSU students, faculty and staff will travel to Mozambique to help finish the center." (Quoted from Mozwoc.blogspot.com)

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