Monday, April 24, 2006

Cool event

You are cordially invited to attend the "Scavengers' Ball", a benefit for Hope House at the Butler Street Bazaar, this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.

There will be live music, juggling/comedy, film screenings, a silent auction, and of course SCAVENGING!!!
We have filled this warehouse for over 40 years with:
- furniture (dining room, living room, office, outdoor, bedroom)
- lamp shades
- books
- clothing
- building supplies/raw materials
- shelving
- old machinery
- kitchenware
- pottery
- computer parts
- and plenty more......

You see something you like......TAKE IT!!!
You're sitting in a chair you like....TAKE IT!!!
You put your drink down on a table; like the table....or the lamp on it,.....TAKE IT!!!
You think to yourself, "I wonder if that juicer and food processor on the shelf over there are included?"..........YOU BET!!!.....TAKE IT!!!
Anything and everything .....TAKE

We've got an incredible music lineup, a world-renowned street performer, great films, and plenty more to do.

Here's the line up:
The Gamble Brothers
The Dempseys
Hope Clayburn's Soul Scrimage
Breaking the Cage

Automusik Can Do No Wrong (directed by Chris 'Eat' McCoy and winner of 2004 Indie Memphis Hometowner Award)
A Live From Memphis film and video showcase
There will also be a SILENT AUCTION, plus JUGGLING AND COMEDY by the Amazing Beaumanz!!

It only costs $10 to get in to the event and enjoy the music and festivities.
If you want to drink for free, as much as you like, it is only another $10.
If you want to scavenge, and take as much as you like out of the building, it is only another $10.
And to boot, it all goes to a great cause: Hope House.

The Butler Street Bazaar is located at 11 W. Butler In Downtown Memphis (just off South Front St., across from the old TN Brewery and the Lofts Apartments. It's directly on the trolley line and right near the interstate.)

For more information, please email:

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