'Cause I know you care, not so much about my schedule as helping keep a unique asset to SA's music scene open. You're just that kind of people. Matt Ahern's struggling to keep the doors open at local recording studio and former music venue the Farm (311 Howard St.), so he's holding a fund-raising sale there tomorrow. We'll be there to bargain hunt and interview Ahern about the Farm's future. Watch for the story in Wednesday's issue.
Info, straight-up plagiarized from the Facebook event page follows:
Save the Farm Fundraiser:
We are raising money to help the farm with past due rents and to get a Certificate of Occupancy so that we can officially open as a Art/Music/Wellness/Gardeni
Items for Sale:
...Modern and Funky Furniture
$5 veggie or beef Burgers plus trimmings and chips
Donations: we will be taking donations of items to sell, or if you have stuff you want to swap or sell, just bring them down!
There will be an open jam session throughout the event! Musicians: come jam with us!
THANKS So much for all the help of all our friends so far. We couldnt do it with out you. Let's get this place functional and keep it in the arts community.
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