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Syracuse’s Dunbar Association Celebrates its Centennial with World Premiere of “Possessing Harriet”

Cora Thomas’ Ms. Mary Philanthropy Day in conjunction with iHeart Radio and Urban CNY present World Premiere of “Possessing Harriet” written by Kyle Bass.

What a blessing to still have this Center full of wonderful & educational memories still open & thriving for 100 years

On November 3rd we’re having a fundraiser at Syracuse Stage for Dunbar as we watch the world premiere play “Possessing Harriet” written by our own Kyle Bass.

Your $40 ticket includes: pre-reception & live entertainment, admission to the play & a
$10.00 donation supporting this historical center we affectionately call Dunbar.

Possessing Harriet

Saturday November 3
6:30 pm Reception & Entertainment
8:00 pm Play Begins

Tickets for this event can ONLY be purchased by a Dunbar Board member or calling/in boxing Cora Thomas

****NOT online or the Stage’s BOX OFFICE***

Cora A. Thomas

If you’re unable to make it November 3rd AND would like to give a $10 donation to be added to this event’s financial offering to DUNBAR- please feel free to contact me & I’ll be happy to find you.

Support DUNBAR as they continue their 100th Anniversary remember……

 

“We NEED each other to survive!
Cora Thomas cares about our community!”

Thank you kindly & MUCH love Family!

 

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