Old Soul, the city’s popular Midtown coffee house will open its doors to a benefit for WEAVE, the Sacramento organization dedicated to preventing violence against women on Saturday, April 14 in a Second Saturday reception from 6 to 9 PM. Rubicon Beer will be poured and receipts will go directly to WEAVE.
WEAVE was established in 1978 as a nonprofit organization to serve domestic violence survivors and their families in Sacramento County and its Safehouse is the only state recognized, confidential shelter serving all domestic violence victims in the County. It offers counseling and school-based prevention services and has been honored by numerous government agencies and private institutions.
Two bands, Autumn Sky and Island of Black and White will lend their music to the evening and the abstract, expressionist art of Jim Cameron will be featured. Cameron’s colorful, textural art (www.jamescameronart.com) has been shown in galleries and other public venues in Midtown and Downtown Sacramento, Carmel, Pacific Grove, Monterey, Davis, Auburn, Folsom, Carmichael, Fair Oaks and Lodi over the past ten years and is a part of several private collections. The art show will continue until May 9th.