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THE BLIND CAFÉ -An Evening for the Senses - Community Concert and Tasting Experience Held in COMPLETE DARKNESS!

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THE BLIND CAFÉ -An Evening for the Senses - Community Concert and Tasting Experience Held in COMPLETE DARKNESS!

Time: April 26, 2012 at 7:30pm to April 27, 2012 at 10pm
Location: Saint David of Whales
Street: 2800 SE Harrison Street
City/Town: Portland, OR
Website or Map: http://www.theblindcafe.com/p…
Phone: 720 495 7797
Event Type: music, community, concert, food
Organized By: Rosh
Latest Activity: Mar 22, 2012

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Experience something magical in April with The Blind Café.

 

It’s a mind-bending, heart-opening experience where you can explore your other senses, free of visual distractions in a safe, fun and meaningful environment. Discuss issues related to blindness. Listen to a concert by Rosh and One Eye Glass Broken. Indulge in a delicious array of tasters (including decadent dark chocolate) prepared to delight your senses on a night you will never forget or SEE!

 

The Blind Cafe isn’t just about eating in the dark, it’s so much more. Along with the concert, this award winning community awareness event also features a special keynote speaker and Q&A with the blind wait staff.

 

Where else can you build community, make new friends, advocate for the blind and explore your senses? There’s nothing else like it. So break out of the ordinary and join us at The Blind Café!

 

To volunteer at this event, please call 720.495.7797

Tickets: Available by calling 1-800-838-3006 and online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/236003

Cost: $45-$95 Sliding Scale (Suggested ticket price $55.00)

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