Support The Human Kindness Project at Oct. 3 Performance

Celebrate music, storytelling and friendship with proceeds to benefit the 2015/16 Ministry Door County Medical Center (MDCMC) LEAP, The Human Kindness Project – a grassroots anti-bullying project/performance.

Students Isaiah and Maggie in a LEAP performance.

Students Isaiah and Maggie in a LEAP performance.

On Oct. 3 at 7 pm, two international performers and teens from the Door County MDCMC LEAP, The Human Kindness Project will take the stage at Nelson Healing Center at 44 S. 2nd street in Sturgeon Bay to offer a full evening of empowering performances through song and storytelling to raise funds for this year’s production of LEAP in April 2016.

Dorothy Scott, well known as an accomplished singer/songwriter, guitarist and producer, and co-producer of LEAP will engage audience members with her exquisite vocal style and amazing guitar playing.

Joining Scott on stage will be NYC filmmaker, motivational speaker and songwriter Jan Ross. Ross has been helping people communicate his entire professional career. He said, “When we open ourselves up emotionally to the world around us we find our true power and our unlimited potential to positively effect change.” Jan skillfully uses his original music and storytelling to entertain and energize audiences. LEAP is an acronym for “Learning to Empower and Appreciate all People.” Inspired by Terry Lundahl, LEAP expands on a violence-free message and challenges prevailing attitudes towards acceptance and social injustice. The upcoming 2016 performance is presented by MDCMC as part of its community benefit initiative regarding “Youth & Positive Mental Health Awareness” and is dedicated to encouraging positive thinking, passion, and personal growth through movement and the art of dance, spoken word, songs, visual arts and multimedia imagery.

For more information or to make reservations, call 920.493.5979. Seating is limited, so please call ahead.

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