Come celebrate healthy relationships while enjoying the talents of Melrose! On Sunday March 19, the Melrose Alliance Against Violence is hosting its 4th annual Community Coffee House. This event, called “Voices Against Violence,” will feature performances centered around the themes of friendship, love, and relationships.
The Coffee House is being organized by Melrose High School students Tess Castergine, Rachel Freed and Keith Morris, who will team up to emcee the event as well. It will feature performances by middle and high school students and faculty members, as well as local musician Bill McQuaid and his son Sammy, Melrose resident Kris Rodilico, Rebecca Zama and more. Morris, a senior at MHS, will perform a song with his father, Bill Morris. Performances will include songs, instrumental performances, and poetry.
This year’s Coffee House will take place on Sunday, March 19 from 4:00 to 6:00pm at Temple Beth Shalom, 21 East Foster Street in Melrose. All are welcome and admission is free, with a suggested donation of $5. Seating is limited and refreshments will be sold. For more information, contact MAAV at (781) 662-2010.