In November’s issue of ELLE MAGAZINE (Canada), Sarah fills us in on her international mission to Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala with Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Jody Williams and Rigoberta Menchu Tum. Throughout the 10-day mission, Sarah and team of delegates experienced first-hand testimonies about violence and human rights abuse against women.

In a few days I will be part of a delegation going to Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala with Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Jody Williams and Rigoberta Menchu Tum. We will meet women human rights defenders and learn about, and promote, their work for peace.

Jody Williams: A realistic vision for peace

www.nobelwomensinitiative.org

Kingston’s Weeping Tile & Friends are presenting their 17th annual Salvation Army Emergency Relief Fund Benefit Show. The show is hosted by musicians Sarah Harmer & Luther Wright and takes place on two floors of the Mansion. This annual event has generated thousands of dollars over the years for the Emergency Relief Fund which provides financial help to individuals and families in times of extreme need.

FEATURING
Weeping Tile
Chris Brown
Kim Pollard
Music Maul
Joey Wright
Rusty Ford
Kate Weeks
Jay Harris Band
Rocky Roberts
Deck the Halls with Balls & Kelly featuring the Git

The Mansion
506 Princess st. in Kingston
Wednesday, December 21st
Doors are at 7:30 and the show starts at 8pm

This is an all-ages/licensed event
Tickets are $20 and available at The Mansion
& Zap Records (340 Princess st.)
and online at maplemusic.com

Sarah Harmer is coming to The Studio Theatre in Perth May 13, 2011 for an intimate solo show. Having spent the past year touring in support of her
Juno nominated album oh little fire, Sarah is once again playing this special show in Perth to raise funds for the Brooke Valley School.

 

In the years after touring her last studio release, the Polaris Prize-nominated I’m a Mountain, Sarah set music aside to focus on
environmental campaigns, helping to shepherd PERL (Protecting Escarpment Rural Land). This volunteer organization was founded to stop LaFarge from
opening a massive quarry on top of the Niagara Escarpment’s Mount Nemo in Burlington, ON. PERL is currently in the midst of a Joint Board hearing
alongside government agencies, which are also opposing the proposal.

 

In the past few years Sarah has recorded with artists such as Neko Case, Howie Beck, and Great Lake Swimmers. For this special Perth show she is
excited to have Juno nominated musician Joey Wright opening the show and join her for a few songs..

 

Tickets for this show are 25$ and available at Riverguild Fine Crafts, 51 Gore St E, Perth, On •613-267-5237

 

Brooke Valley School is an alternative rural private school in operation for over 30 years. Offering local families an opportunity to have their
children go to an art based -small school with 12 students and 1 teacher this year, grades 1-8. No public funding means the school has to charge
tuition and fundraise for its operational budget. Benefits like this help keep the school accessible to the local members of the community.

Thanks Juno nominators! Especially psyched to be alongside Gavin Brown in best producer category w Daniel Lanois and Neil Young. Holy!

Oh Little Fire has been nominated for:

- ADULT ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR
– JACK RICHARDSON PRODUCER OF THE YEAR (Sarah Harmer & Gavin Brown)
РRECORDING ENGINEER OF THE YEAR (Lenny De Rose for “Captive” , “Late Bloomer”)

Check out the full list of Juno nominees here

Sarah’s show from Massey Hall will be broadcast on Canada Live on
Thursday Jan 20 at 7:00 pm. You can hear it at 94.1 FM in Toronto on
CBC Radio 2.

The 16th Annual Salvation Army Emergency Relief Benefit Show



Weeping Tile and Friends



featuring

Sarah Harmer, Slaves of Spanky, Luther Wright, Sticky, Emily Fennell, Pelt, Deck the Halls with Balls and Kelly (featuring the GIT)



Tuesday, December 21st, Zappas Lounge
178 Ontario
Tickets $20 at Zappas and Zap Records, 340 Princess online at Maplemusic.com
Licensed and all ages (everyone is welcome!)

Join Sarah for an intimate in-store performance and signing at Indigo Manulife Centre, 55 Bloor Street W., Toronto on December 2nd at 5:30PM

“Thank you to everyone for making our Massey Hall show tonight a truly wonderful time. Sad that it’s over now, but happy to hit the hay.”
Sarah


Here are some photos, thanks to Dave Bastedo for letting us post them.

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