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OCCUPY BLACK FRIDAY AT OLD LABOR HALL
Local groups serve FREE food, community and entertainment
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23, 2012
10:00am to 2:00pm
As a way to steer clear of the holiday shopping madness, local Food Not Bombs and Occupy groups invite any and all to come share good food, good company and some good old-fashioned community fun and entertainment at the Old Labor Hall on Granite Street in Barre.
The Friday after Thanksgiving has given way in our consumer culture to frenzied shopping sprees that are often stressful and sometimes downright dangerous. Instead, this year, why not give each other and ourselves the gift of sharing and communing as friends, families and neighbors?
On Friday November 23rd, starting at 10:00am, Food Not Bombs of Central VT will serve a FREE meal. There will be music and performances by the likes of the Raging Grannies and Doo-Occupy. You may even find just the right gift to kick off the season of giving at the TOTALLY FREE MARKET on that day at the Labor Hall. Bring yourself, or bring along the whole family! There will be NO CHARGE for admission!
Occupy Black Friday at Old Labor Hall
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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