FALL RIVER: What’s better then going out for ham supper and getting a concert with Latin music too boot.
That’s exactly what you will get on March 25 at the St. John’s United Church in Fall River when they hold a Ham supper at 5 pm until 6:30 p.m., before there will be musical entertainment beginning at 6:30 featuring Latin music.
Residents are encouraged to stop by the church, located at 3360 Highway 2 in Fall River, to enjoy a buffet meal, which includes ham, scalloped potatoes, baked beans and pancakes.
Dessert is gingerbread cake with lemon sauce, coffee & tea.
The meal is pay what you can. Everyone is invited.
Organizers say the suggested donation is $10/person.
Following the meal, at 6:30 p.m., Marcel Amores and Plan Ashé will bring you some Latin music in a concert at the church.
Amores and Ashé brings together diverse and vibrant musicians that put their heart and talent to create a fresh & new sound influenced by Cuban, Spanish and world contemporary music.
Plan Ashé delivers – through soul & music – the message of our brothers and ancestors in the mother land of Africa: the Yorubas, Nigeria. They came to the Western hemisphere and influenced Cuba, the Caribbean and Latin-America with their culture, music, magic and language.
Ashé: in Yoruba language represents the concept of the power to make things happen and produce a change.
In Cuba, the term Ashé has become part of the popular culture to express gratitude, and best of luck to our beloved friends and family.
Organizers tell The Laker News that $2 per ticket from the concert will be donated to Beacon House food bank, which serves the local area.
Tickets can be purchased at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/marcel-amores-plan-ashe-concert-tickets-577351543007 .