The Absolute Asylum
(Behind Absolute Dance Sport)
122 N. Court Street
Downtown Circleville, Ohio
Presents a benefit for animal rescue efforts for victims of Katrina featuring live acoustic music by acclaimed banjo/fiddle player Tony Ellis, accompanied by his wife Louise Adkins and various special musical guests. Tony has performed at venues throughout the world, and recently appeared with actor/comedian/banjo player Steve Martin on the David Letterman show.
This benefit will be held the next two Sunday afternoons, January 8 & 15
From 2:00-5:00 pm (music starts at 2:30 pm)
Free Admission, but donations for ARNO (Animal Rescue New Orleans) appreciated
The Absolute Asylum will offer gourmet coffees, teas, juices, fresh Italian and other pastries, and the New York Times. Entrance is through the front door of Absolute Dance Sport, or the alley entrance by JR Hooks Café.
The Absolute Asylum will be open every Sunday in January and February from 2:00-5:00 pm, and offers seating at their handcrafted bar, comfy couches, or at tables set café-style.
Louise Adkins, who is involved with the animal rescue effort, will show pictures and answer questions about the relief effort. For more information about this worthy cause, email Louise at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.bestfriends.org on the web.
For information about the Absolute Asylum, call (740) 474-7304, or visit the Absolute Dance Sport website at www.absolutedancesport.com.