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Beaches Blues Fest & Danforth Music Festival Presents: GREEN DOOR PRODUCTIONS!

Sunday Nights 7pm till 11pm

Please call 647-349-BLUES to RSVP your seat.

Come see what is happening behind the GREEN DOOR.

SPONSORSHIP
Songs for Seniors:



Your Ward News in conjunction with the Beaches Blues Fest and the Danforth Music Festival have officially pronounced Seniors Appreciation Day. No spring chicken himself, publisher/promoter Leroy St. Germaine kicked-off this important holiday by dispatching musicians to perform for our valuable senior citizens. The musical talent represents blues, folk, country and rock. That’s right…SENIORS WANNA ROCK!!! We are incredibly excited about bringing our live music network to elderly residences, assisted living facilities, and even to private homes upon special request. With every show we always support another good cause be it a food drive or toy drive at Christmas, we always include a good cause. For this event we are raising some funds to support Songs for Seniors stuck in nursing homes. We bring a great show right to their location. Help us entertain some seniors!

Man In Nursing Home Reacts To Hearing Music From His Era

Canine Cancer Comfort and Care:



Collecting donations to help our best friends, suffering with canine cancer live comfortably.

Canine Cancer Website
In the News
Local Toronto Music Promoter Vs Councilor Janet Davis
The creator of the Danforth Music Festival, Leroy St.Germaine, who is currently serving a life sentence as an event planner, requested two permits.

Pressed for time, Leroy decided to go directly to the city.  To enquire if it was legal to have  amplified music on private property. He was told he would not need a permit and could allow the music to run from 11 am straight through 11 pm.

Following the 2nd Annual Danforth Music Festival, Councilor Janet Davis sent a letter to all of the businesses in the area telling them that the event took place without a permit, that it was not approved by the city, and that any business who got involved the following year would be CHARGED.  Not surprisingly, the already struggling proprietors who are not members of a BIA (Business Improvement Association), who participated previously, and any who were considering joining are, at best, reluctant to do so.