Tent City 2019

. September 30, 2019.
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Tent City, a local festival in its 29th year dedicated to love and compassion for people without adequate housing, is a donation-funded event to promote dialogue between those who live on the street and those who don’t. Bring a tent and stay the night, hear people’s stories and learn about what can be done to meet their needs. To contribute financially to the event or to learn more about the organization’s mission, visit 1matters.org.

Begins at 3pm on Friday, October 18 and ends at 3pm on Sunday, October 20.
Civic Center Mall, 750 Jackson St. | 567-698-7838

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