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This little song is based on another little song.  I wrote the poem in 2nd grade and a tune came for the little song about a month ago.  While practicing the guitar, this came along:


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Goodbye, Terri

Words and Music by Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus
To view or print this song sheet, click here:
goodbye terri by eleg

The little song for Terri is based on this little poem that I wrote in 2nd grade and the tune I wrote about 40 years later:

Goodbye, Summer Song Sheet with Guitar Chords by ELEG for SBWE
Words and Music by Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus
Art by Eloise Gleichenhaus
To view or print this sheet, click here:
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Sing with Emily, here:


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Goodbye, Terri, I Had Fun with You

Tribute to a Singing Angel: My Friend Terri Allen


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Beautiful photo of Terri taken by her friend Elise Kress


Terri Allen’s Memorial Service

Terri Allen: A Celebration in Word and Song.
Saturday Sept. 13, 2014 at MCCDC
Service at 2:00 followed by potluck.
Metropolitan Community Church of Washington, DC
474 Ridge Street NW, a block and a half from the Mt. Vernon Metro stop


DC Cabaret Network Memorial Open Mic for Terri Allen

There will be an open mic in Terri Allen’s memory on

Monday, September 15, 2014
8 PM

Musical Director: George Fulginiti-Shakar
Warehouse Theatre (enter through the Passenger Bar)
1021 7th St. NW, Washington, DC

Donation requested:
Cover charge: $10
Singers: plus $5.00


Heart and Soul.  Terri Allen was saturated with Heart and Soul.  That is how she SANG sang and that is what she GAVE to everything she did and everyone she knew.

Terri Allen left this world on August 21, 2014.  I am going to miss her.

Terri supported and encouraged me.  She said nice things and gave me opportunities and pushed me to do more.

This is Terri and I in 2006 at the DC Cabaret Network Member Showcase at the Arts Club of Washington when we worked together on the board of the DC Cabaret Network.

To Fellow Friends of Terri Allen:

If you are a friend of Terri Allen and would like to contribute memories or thoughts to this post, please write a comment!  Or, if you would like to send your thoughts to my email address:, I will be glad to post them for you.

Thank you!

Terri Allen’s Online Presence

Terri Allen Singer & Actor
You can hear her sing at her site and see some beautiful pictures of her

Terri’s Facebook Page:

Terri’s Obituary on

I left this comment with Terri’s obituary:

Terri Allen was a wonderful friend. She was incredibly talented, infusing her performances with that kind of late afternoon sunshine and soulful depth. She was authentic and honest. Terri was the real deal and an example of the kind of human being this world could use  more. As a friend, Terri was supportive and present. Those of us who knew and loved her will forever be warmed by her presence in our lives.
Terri Allen’s performer website (pictures, bio, and hear her sing),

Terri Allen’s Videos for the 2010 United States Census

2010 United States Census, A New Portrait of America video:
Terri Allen worked with a team to produce this video.  The voice over artist is Terri and she wrote the lyrics of the beautiful song at the end (music by Todd Hahn):

This one, too: Another 2010 United States Census, A New Portrait of America video:

Addendum 8/25/2014
Maris, a wise mutual friend of Terri’s and mine, said of these videos, 
“The census videos are so beautiful…and it is a delight to hear Terri’s narrating voice. As always, she believes every word…”
It goes to how authentic Terri was.  Terri was the real deal.  She was never fake or untrue or dishonest.  She was 100% authentic.

DC Cabaret Network

Terri and I served together for many years on the board of the DC Cabaret Network.  She became its Executive Director.  She loved the DC Cabaret Network and worked very hard (and succeeded) to create a warm and inviting atmosphere to share and grow in song:
DC Cabaret Network Website:

SongSpeak, the blog of the DC Cabaret Network

Lovely tribute from DC Cabaret Network to inform its members about Terri’s passing:

In Memory of Terri Allen

The DC Cabaret Network is heartbroken to share the news that Executive Director Terri Allen died unexpectedly on August 21.

Terri’s presence in Washington’s cabaret scene was unique and immeasurable. Her artistry, passion, and dedication encouraged countless singers to step up to a microphone and bare their souls through music. Her love for music and singers had no bounds.

We are working with Terri’s family to organize a memorial service, which will be announced in a second email. The September 15 Open Mic at the Warehouse Theatre will be in her memory.

Terri will be missed greatly as an artist, leader, and friend.


Terri and I performed in many shows together, including:

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A Magical Evening at Maggie’s, Milestones, June 2013


The cast of the grown-up Contemporary Cabaret, “RUN AWAY WITH ME”
From Left:  Lonny Smith, Terri Allen, Emily Leatha Everson, Justin Ritchie

July & August 2010



Cast of “Run Away With Me”  at Capital Fringe Festival 2010
(From Left:  Terri Allen, Justin Ritchie, Emily Leatha Everson, Lonny Smith)


Psycho Cabaret, Capital Fringe Festival 2008
(From Left: George Fulginiti-Shakar, Emily Leatha Everson, Lonny Smith, Terri Allen, Arlene Hill, Judy Simmons, Chris Cochran, Michael Vitaly Sazonov)

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Naked Cabaret II, Capital Fringe Festival 2007
L-R:  Lonny Smith, Emily Gleichenhaus, Terri Allen, George Fulginiti-Shakar

Naked Cabaret, Capital Fringe Festival, 2006
L-R: George Fulginiti-Shakar, Judy Simmons, Lonny Smith, Emily Gleichenhaus, Steven Cupo, Terri Allen

Goodbye, Terri, I Had Fun with You

This little song is based on another little song.  I wrote the poem in 2nd grade and a tune came for the little song about a month ago.  While practicing the guitar, this came along:


goodbye terri by eleg
Goodbye, Terri

Words and Music by Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus
To view or print this song sheet, click here:
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On Friday, June 14, 2013 Maggie’s Cabaret celebrated its 10 year anniversary with


It’s a not so secret secret among performers who have performed there that Maggie’s is the one of the best cabaret rooms in town.  Nowhere do you enjoy a warmer and more engaged audience.  Nowhere do you find a venue that is more supportive of  honest, authentic, personal interpretation of song.

I got to join a cast of  fabulous cabaret performers and musicians:

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Back row from left:
Justin Ritchie, Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus, Cindy Hutchins, Doug Bowles, Judy Simmons, Delores King Williams

Front row from left:
Alex Tang, Terri Allen, Steven Cupo, Mike Armstrong, George Fulginiti Shakar

Not Pictured:
Rev. Emily Guthrie



With Alex Tang at the piano:

Doug Bowles sang:
There Ain’t No Sweet Man Worth the Salt of My Tears
Words and Music by Leon Bismark “Bix” Beiderbecke

Terri Allen sang:
May I Suggest?
Words and Music by Susan Werner
(With backup vocals by Justin Ritchie)

Rev. Emily Guthrie sang:
Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered
Words by Lorenz Heart, Music by Richard Rodgers

Judy Simmons sang:
Broadway Baby
Words and Music by Stephen Sondheim

Judy Simmons and Delores King Williams sang a duet:
When October Goes (Words by Johnny Mercer, Music by Barry Manilow) / Autumn Leaves (English Words by Johnny Mercer, Music by Joseph Kosma)

Delores King Williams sang:
This shall remain a surprise for those going to Signature Sizzlin’ Summer Cabaret Series this summer, Delores sang a number from the Peggy Lee cabaret that she debuted at Maggie’s in Summer 2012 that she will soon perform as part of Signature Theater’s Sizzlin’ Summer Cabaret Series 2013.  All I can tell you is, go to Signature this summer and see her show!

Justin Ritchie sang:
Words and Music by Steven Lutvak

With George Fulginiti-Shakar at the piano:

Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus sang:
Defying Gravity
Words and Music by Stephen Schwartz

Steven Cupo sang:
Momma a Rainbow (Words by Hal Hackady, Music by Larry Grossman / If I Sing (Words by Richard Maltby, Jr., Music by David Shire)

Cindy Hutchins sang:
Just the Way You Look Tonight
Words by Dorothy Fields, Music by Jerome Kern

Cindy Hutchins and Mike Armstrong sang a duet:
You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me
Words by Al Dubin, Music by Harry Warren

Mike Armstrong sang:
Words and Music by Henry Mancini

Words by Fred Ebb, Music by John Kander

With both George and Alex together at the keys, the song was led by Steven Cupo with cast joining half way through, and audience joining towards the end:

Come taste the wine, come hear the band
Come blow your horn start celebrating, Right this way your table’s waiting
No use permitting some prophet of doom to wipe every smile away
Life is a cabaret old chum, Come to the cabaret

Come taste the wine, come hear the band
Come blow your horn start celebrating, Right this way your table’s waiting
Start by admitting from cradle to tomb, it isn’t that long a stay
Life is a cabaret old chum, Only a cabaret old chum
And WE love a cabaret!!!


Some  Thoughts (published in the program) from the Producers of Maggie’s Cabaret

A word from Artistic Director Cindy Hutchins

I remember fondly when Mike Armstrong and I went over to our former rector’s home and proposed starting a cabaret series at St. Margaret’s. Susan Blue was enthusiastic and said “Let’s call it Maggie’s” and, obviously the name has stuck.

Maggie’s Cabaret presented its first cabaret evening on May 9, 2003. Titled “A Grand Night for Singing,” it featured the four section leaders from St. Margaret’s choir, at that time, with Dr. Theodore Guerrant at the piano. Since then there have been many grand nights of singing in our parish hall.

Tonight is the 30th. I can hardly believe it and am so very grateful to all the singers and pianists from Washington and NY who have given so generously of their time and talent. I am also extremely grateful to the clergy and staff of St. Margaret’s who assist me in making this happen approximately four times a year.

Then there’s Mike Armstrong, my friend and co-producer, who turns this space into a warm and welcoming cabaret hall by coordinating volunteers; buying food, drinks, and flowers; setting up sound, lights and our “stage;” and pulling together numerous other details while always being available to me for advice and brainstorming.

And then, of course, there’s you – St. Margaret’s famously warm audience. Thank you for embracing this series and for making this a place where performers want to perform.

We have 10 singers with us this evening. I purposely did not list the program so that you will have the fun of discovering who is singing tonight. Many, many thanks to all of them and to our pianists Alex Tang and George Fulginiti Shakar. We have the cream of the crop here this evening and I am so excited for you to hear everyone. Most all have sung at Maggie’s at least once in the past. Now please sit back and enjoy these wonderful singers and the songs they have chosen to share with you this evening.

A word from Managing Director Michael Armstrong:

What started as a conversation between the alto in the front row and the tenor in the back row of the St. Margaret’s choir has, unbelievably at times, resulted in a 10-year run of our wonderful Maggie’s Cabaret. When Cindy and I sang together in the choir, we would often grab lunch after and explore our mutual love of the great standards, the songs our parents played for us, and the desire to see a venue in DC that would increase the appreciation and exposure to the art form we call “cabaret.”

I really wasn’t aware that when I saw Bobby Short at the Carlyle, or listened to interpretations by Frank and Ella (and yes, Barbra!), or heard fresh presentations of Broadway tunes, that a whole “cabaret culture” existed. But over the years Cindy has made it a point to expose me to great performers at different shows in DC, and to very carefully select people to build our “brand” at Maggie’s. What a revelation, and what a thrill to hear a live singer, in a great space, close enough to sense their emotion and memorable enough to touch your heart.

Over the years we have seen overflow crowds, watched curious attendees turn into parishioners, and given countless people their first –but not last– exposure to this special thing called cabaret. When we started, the Parish Hall had not been renovated, and we used no microphones or special lighting. We were lucky to pull off one or two shows a year. Now we have four shows a year and a space that just shines. Our original goal of presenting good music and establishing St. Margaret’s as a friendly venue has been exceeded. Many thanks to our loyal volunteers, our donors, and our enthusiastic audiences. It has been a fast and remarkable 10 years!


Maggie’s Cabaret at
St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church

1830 Connecticut Avenue
Washington, DC 20009

Cindy Hutchins, Artistic Director

Michael Armstrong, Managing Director

St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church webpage about the event:


I stole this picture from friend Justin’s online post.  He took a picture of the Maggie’s stage at the sound check before the show.  I still love the idea of the “empty space.”   The space here is empty, but oh the magic that was about to take place right there…

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Performer’s Note

Before I began writing this blog in November of 2009, I performed my one-woman cabaret show IT’S A JUNGLE OUT THERE (music directed by the over-the-top fabulous Howard Breitbart) in June of 2009 at Maggie’s Cabaret and I am proud to have performed in at least 3 other group cabarets at Maggie’s in addition to the others listed here.  Maggie’s is a wonderful place and I wish it MUCH success and many, many more years and I hope that in those years, I’ll get to perform there lots and lots.  My heartfelt and jubilant congratulations to Michael and Cindy for their incredible work making it all happen and to the community at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church which has lovingly opened its arms to the artists of cabaret and has nurtured its neighborhood and congregation.

What a delightful evening we had at Maggie’s Cabaret on February 1st with the concert titled LOVE STORIES: IT TAKES ALL KINDS, a cabaret-concert collaboration between Maggie’s Cabaret and the DC Cabaret Network.  It was a full house with folks standing in the back and a standing ovation at the end.  Everyone enjoyed an evening celebrating love with songs from many perspectives, styles and genres.  It was truly wonderful.

Proceeds from the event went to support St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church.  Cindy Hutchins (Artistic Director of Maggie’s Cabaret) and Michael Armstrong (Managing Director of Maggie’s Cabaret) produced the evening and George Fulginiti-Shakar was Music Director and Accompanist.  Many thanks to the many volunteers who staffed the evening at St. Margaret’s.

Cast of LOVE STORIES: IT TAKES ALL KINDS: A Valentine Cabaret at Maggie’s Cabaret
February 1, 2013
Photo taken by Otis Ramsey-Zoe
Back Row from Left:  Cindy Hutchins, Dorian Woodruff, Christy Frye, Eileen Warner, Emily Leatha Everson, Chris Cochran, George Fulginiti-Shakar
Front Row from Left:  Alex Tang, Pamela Jackson, Steven Cupo

I sang two songs from the Singable Picture Book repertoire, but songs that were originally written for grown-ups to enjoy!  Here’s what we all sang (in performance order):

Christy Frye
HAVE YOU GOT ANY CASTLES, BABY? (Music by Richard Whiting, Lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
I WISH YOU LOVE (Music and French Lyrics by Charles Trenet, English Lyrics by Albert Beach)

Chris Cochran
PART OF A PAINTING (Music and Lyrics by Benj Pesek and Justin Paul)
BENNY (Music by Arthur Johnston, Lyrics by Hal Vickery)

Emily Leatha Everson
RHODE ISLAND IS FAMOUS FOR YOU (Music by Arthur Schwartz, Lyrics by Howard Dietz)
GRANDMA’S FEATHER BED (Music and Lyrics by Jim Connor)

Dorian Woodruff
THE  MORNING AFTER (LEAVE) (Music by Zina Goldrich, Lyics by Marcy Heisler)
I CAN HOLD YOU (Music and Lyrics by David Friedman)

Eileen Warner
STORYBOOK (Music and Lyrics by Nan Knighton and Frank Wildhorn)
THE PROMISE (I’LL NEVER SAY GOODBYE) (Music by David Shire, Lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman)

Pamela Jackson
DON’T KNOW WHY (Music and Lyrics by Jesse Harris)
KING OF ANYTHING (Music and Lyrics by Sara Bareilles)

George Fulginiti-Shakar and Alex Tang
WHY HAVEN’T I HEARD FROM YOU? (Music by Dennis Livingston, Lyrics by Bob Levy)

Steven Cupo
DOES ANYBODY LOVE YOU (Music and Lyrics by Bill Solly)
WITH YOU (Music by David Shire, Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr.)

Cindy Hutchins
OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY (Music by George Gershwin, Lyrics by Ira Gershwin)



Rhode Island is Famous for You
Words by Howard Dietz
Music by Arthur Schwartz
Book Assembled by Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus

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Grandma’s Feather Bed (John Denver’s)
Words and Music by Jim Connor
Adapted and Illustrated by Christopher Canyon


Wrap-up about the event posted on the St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church website:


Personal story:

My dear friend George Fulginiti-Shakar not only Music Directed and Accompanied the event, but he also played the role of MC.  Before the show, he asked each person to fill out an index card with a few interesting facts about themselves.

I wrote:

My middle name is Leatha.  You pronounce it like “Lisa” with a lisp.  My great-grandmother’s name was Leatha.  Leatha spell checks (or at least it did for a long time in MS Word) to “Leather.”  Everson spell checks (or at least it did for a long time in MS Word) to “Evasion.”  So ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Emily Leather Evasion.

Please forgive me for this infraction, but this sort of thing makes me chuckle.  Especially since it is true.  I did not add that one of my dad’s pet names for me was “Lethal,” but there you are.  I do love my name, but like Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan, there’s not much I can do about the fact that it’s the name my mother gave me.

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I’ve been combing over the lyrics of the song  Rhode Island is Famous for You after an interesting conversation following a performance at Maggie’s Cabaret the other night.  Someone confronted me about the veracity of the lyric “Grand Canyons come from Colorado…”

I did some study on the lyric to justify it as it is (or to “agree to disagree” with it, knowing if it is incorrect and thereby relying on “the suspension of disbelief” to make it singable) and found that, though the Grand Canyon itself  is not in Colorado, the Grand Canyon (residing as it does in the states of  Arizona, Nevada and Utah) was created by the grinding waters of the Colorado River and that there are canyons in the state of Colorado which are indeed grand, therefore the lyric is good.

Then I thought about the plural:  Canyons.  The sheet music clearly prints “Canyons.”  It is not “The Grand Canyon” it is “Grand Canyons.”  That should have been my tip-off right there.  I’d immediately gone to study The Grand Canyon and then wondered about the canyons of Colorado  without going directly to the lyric as printed in the music.  Though I ended up in the right place, the first order of business should have been the printed music.

That gets me to a subject regarding the performance of the song: DICTION!  I do THINK of the lyric as plural and, at least in my head, sing “Canyons.”  I must have failed to make that “s” heard (or understood with my clarity of thought on the subject) since that “s” alone would have, or at least could have, cleared the question.

What I’m grateful for now, was the conversation alone.  The conversation was a good one (even if my understanding and my diction at the performance were not as good as they could have been) and now I fully understand the whole business.  I have a clear understanding (and visual images to illustrate the movie in my head) of that lyric and facts to back it up.  I also have gone back and looked at a finer point of the printed music…the plural “Canyons.”  That little “s” points the way to understand what’s going on here…not just one Grand Canyon, but any one of the many canyons that are grand in Colorado.

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I’ve lost count of how many Sing Books performances I’ve been privileged to share over the last few years, but I’ve not stood up in front of a microphone to sing for grown-ups since about a year ago, which I get to do in a couple of days, something I’m very much looking forward to doing. That said, brushing up on a few performance reminders is always a good thing to do.

And, since I consider each Sing Books performance to be its own kind of cabaret performance, these reminders are extra helpful.

A few nuggets of advice from Master Teachers that I’ve collected over the years to remind me what Cabaret Singing IS…what it is all about:

  • Don’t forget that, regardless of your interpretation, the words and music must fit comfortably together. “Listen to your heart and just sing.” (Bob Harrington)
  • “Cabaret is about specificity.” (Wendy Lane Bailey)
  • “There is no fourth wall in cabaret. The fourth wall is the one you walk through to get into the room.” (Erv Raible)
  • “The performer is a guide through the story of the song.” Wendy Lane Bailey
  • Remember what George Fulginiti-Shakar said about rehearsing with taped music (or any accompaniment). Your job is NOT to follow the piano or accompaniment. Your job is to experience the song and express that experience to the audience.
  • “The central point remains: In cabaret, you’re doing much more than singing. You’re communicating through song.” (Bob Harrington)
  • Do all the homework. Work out for yourself what each word of the song means to you. Then TRUST and let it go. The influence of your work will be there. Sing from your heart.
  • Once you’ve done all the homework and rehearsed, approach each performance as an improv, an opportunity to tell the story new to a new group of people…as Tovah Feldshuh said “Write the performance not in stone, but in water.”
  • A cabaret song is “…expressing a burning thought that the singer needs personally to covey…” (Michael Miyazaki 090608 on
  • There should be no difference between the person who is standing backstage from the person who steps up the the mic (Lina Koutrakos)
  • TELL THE TRUTH (Lina Koutrakos)
  • Remember, though, “songs weren’t written to be spoken, and some things that work fine to music sound rather questionable as prose,” and “a lot of what makes a song work is coming from the singer, not the song.” [BH]
  • “There’s just as much that’s cerebral going on, and a lot of it occurs because constant repetition leads to the internalization of a song.” (BH)

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I’ve had the occasion lately to write up a few profiles and bios explaining what Sing Books is and why I’m doing.  I’m posting a couple of them here so that I can see them in print and maybe provide a few perspectives on what I’m actually doing here!  To me, the best way to explain it, is to DO it!

With Sing Books what matters most is the DOING.  But sometimes one must use words of explanation to get folks to come along for the experience.

Here are a couple of my latest attempts:

A bio for “LOVE STORIES: IT TAKES ALL KINDS: A Valentine Cabaret at Maggie’s Cabaret” on Friday, February 1, 2013:

Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus is thrilled to be at Maggie’s again singing with dear friends. Emily’s live-performance program and blog SING BOOKS WITH EMILY synthesizes Emily’s experience in musical theater, cabaret, recital, motherhood and teaching and her love for research, song, and picture books. Emily performs her SING BOOKS WITH EMILY program many times a week at local schools and libraries and daily explores and chronicles the wonderful world of Singable Picture Books in her blog:

A bio for “SING BOOKS WITH EMILY at Reading a Family Affair (RAFA), Literacy Council of Northern Virginia” on Saturday, March 2, 2013.  This bio was written by one of the event organizers, but I liked it not written by me, using words to describe my program and experience that what I generally use:

The mission of Sing Books with Emily is to share the wonderful world of Singable Picture Books which combine the magical wonders of music, text, and illustration. Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus has been nominated for a 2010 Washington Area Music Association (WAMA) ”Wammie” in the “Cabaret Artist” category. She premiered her show “Oh, What a Beautiful Day: Sing Books with Emily, the Cabaret” in June of 2011. In August of 2011, Emily returned to the Kennedy Center to perform in a Staged Reading of the new musical “Kris Kringle, the Musical” as part of the Page to Stage Festival.

My new write up for the DC Cabaret Network Newsletter:

Emily Leatha Everson shares her unique program SING BOOKS WITH EMILY, synthesizing live performance, educational discussion, music and song through the vehicle of the Singable Picture Books.

Delve into the wonderful world of Singable Picture Books on Emily’s blog:

I’m thrilled to share SING BOOKS WITH EMILY in many Elementary School classrooms each week, but I have a few public performances at local events and libraries coming up and would sure love so see you and the young ones in your life at these events:

      • SBWE at “Reading: a Family Affair (RAFA)” for Literacy Council of Northern Virginia, Saturday, March 2, 2013 from 1-1:45 pm at James Lee Community Center
      • SBWE at 3 Prince William County Neighborhood Libraries in Summer 2013: Wednesdays at 10:30 am: June 26, 2013 (Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library), July 10, 2013 (Dumfries Neighborhood Library) and July 24, 2013 (Dale City Neighborhood Library)
      • SBWE at Independent Hill Neighborhood Library in Manassas, VA, Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 10:30 am

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