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Interior Gaze: An Advent Concert

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Local singer/songwriter to perform live at Dominican Chapel Marywood
Amanda Vernon, Singer/Songwriter

Amanda Vernon, Singer/Songwriter /Courtesy of Amanda Vernon

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Map to DCM Parking.

Map to DCM Parking.

On Wednesday evening, December 12 at 7:00 p.m., local singer/songwriter Amanda Vernon will present a one-hour concert with prayerful reflections and songs exploring what it means to look within through themes of the Advent season and the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Amanda’s CDs will be available for purchase at a reception following the concert and a free will offering will be taken to benefit San Juan Diego Academy.

Vernon was born in Wisconsin and grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the oldest of seven children. She has been singing publicly since the age of 5 and began playing piano at age 7. Having held roles in nationally-distributed Catholic children’s videos and a repeat guest on the EWTN Live call-in television program, Life on the Rock, she released four full-length recording projects. She has also shared her music in seven countries at churches, youth rallies and special events. The December 12th concert will be held at the Dominican Chapel Marywood of the Word, located at 2025 Fulton Street East. For DCM parking,  go north on Lakeside off East Fulton. There will be signs directing you to the concert venue.  (pictures at right show the building and a map.)  Cost at the door is $7.00 per person. Call the front desk of the Dominican Center at Marywood for more information or directions at: 616-454-1241 (Option 5). 

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