Music for the Soul

October 18, 2019 @ 6:00PM — 8:00PM

“Sip, Savor, & Sway” is Sacramento’s only Prohibition-Era themed fundraiser and in keeping with the era, the event will be held at the historic Sacramento Masonic Temple. It promises to be a roaring good time featuring delicious food, era-specific cocktails, wine, beers, and artisan spirits. The highlight of the night will undoubtedly be the Phonotone Symphonia Orchestra with syncopated dance music of the 20s, 30s and early 40s. Also performing will be RSVP - Reconciliation Singers Voices of Peace, recently seen in the short film, “The Sound of Giving”, created for PBS television. And last but certainly not least, our Master of Ceremonies, Rob Stewart, (of KVIE’s “Rob on the Road”), promises an evening filled with surprises and fun! Capital Campaign Co-Chairs, Congresswoman Doris Matsui, Mayor Darrell Steinberg, and District 3 City Council Member Jeff Harris will be honored for their support of Joshua’s House along with our other partners and supporters including the Rotary Club of Sacramento, the Rotary Club of Midtown, and the Rotary Club of Elk Grove. Know that with your sponsorship, you will be supporting a dignified and compassionate end-of-life experience for our brothers and sisters experiencing homelessness. The following pages detail sponsor options for the event.

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"When God put music in the human heart, God put prayer there." ~ Joan Chittister

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.

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Solo performances by:

Father Michael O'Reilly, pianist & flutist

Rex Rallanka, organist

Rachel Songer, soprano

Robert Camilo, classical guitarist