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Minnesota Sinfonia to Perform Kids Concert 'Save the Planet!' at Camp Courage July 9
Date:7/6/2009

MINNEAPOLIS, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Minnesota Sinfonia will perform a Kids Concert "Save the Planet!" with singer and storyteller, Kathleen Hardy, on Thursday, July 9 at 3:30 p.m., at Camp Courage, 8046 - 83rd St. NW, Maple Lake, Minn. The Camp Courage concert is sponsored by the Central Minnesota Arts Board. Come enjoy exciting, fun-filled lessons in music, recycling and caring for our earth. Admission is free and children are welcome.

The concert by the Minnesota Sinfonia orchestra is one of three July concerts just for kids, called "Save the Planet!" The program uses classical music to teach lessons and feature singer and storyteller Kathleen Hardy. The other concerts are set for Tuesday, July 7 at 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. at Como Park in St. Paul.

There are other opportunities to see a free Sinfonia concert this summer. For information about the Minnesota Sinfonia and its concerts, visit www.mnsinfonia.org.

ABOUT THE MINNESOTA SINFONIA

The group is perhaps the only professional orchestra in the country to give all of its concerts free of admission charges. Its mission is to serve all of the citizens of Minnesota, with special emphasis given to families with young children, seniors and those with limited financial means.

ABOUT COURAGE CENTER CAMPS:

Courage Center Camps - Camp Courage and Courage North - are part of Courage Center, a nonprofit rehabilitation and resource center for people of all ages and abilities who are experiencing barriers to health and independence. We serve children and adults with physical disabilities; and youth with speech and language impairments, and who are deaf and hard of hearing. For more information about Courage Camps visit www.couragecenter.org/camps.

    Contact:    Ray Fishman, Minnesota Sinfonia
                612.871.1701, mnsinfonia@aol.com
                Maria Schugel, Camp Courage
                320-963-4115, maria.schugel@couragecenter.org


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