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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

World Town October featuring Roland Clark with themese of Harvest Moon, Reforestation and Sustainability

World Town October: Harvest Moon and Reforestation Featuring Roland Clark



October World Town is upon us with very special guest, legendary house music producer Roland Clark. Roland is a house music legend as a DJ and Live Performer. He has produced and performed on tracks from Fat Boy Slim's "Song for Shelter" to his new releases under the name Jesus Jackson and a folk-esque funk to it on the track "Running on Sunshine" to doing the vocals on Armand Van Helden's huge hit Flowerz." To his own revolutionary, World Town rhetoric "Resist." Please join us, Trevor Simpson and a huge line up of mash ups, hip hop and of course the revolutionary Roland Clark for yet another incredible World Town Set! World Town thrives off of live art, good energy, passion and a desire to have fun, be a part of a movement, a philosophy, a peaceful bond in order to unite as humans and represent your World Town!



Theme this month, October, a month known for the most beautiful, dauntingly picturesque and stark full moons glistening along the horizon that are often dubbed Harvest Moon, ties in with World Town's themes this month are: Reforestation, Rejuvenation, Sustainability, Regrowith and Ecology. We need to get back to earth, be conscience of our planet, the resources we take from it and be sure to give back, respect and honor 'Pachamama.' Thus, a portion of each ticket will go to benefit

www.fincaproject.org



Reforestation is one of the most effective ways to offset the harmful effect of global warming in communities around the world. The Finca Project is non-profit organization dedicated to the recuperation of human and ecological communities in southern Costa Rica through tropical reforestation and multi-cultural, environmental education. By integrating reforestation with agricultural practices, we hope to contribute to the long-term economic sustainability of small-scale farming in Costa Rica, as well as witness the regrowth of tropical rainforests in Central American and around the globe.






Finca Project Informational Video:



World Town Affiliated with World Peace and www.blue4peace.org




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