Folk troubadour Mark Dvorak makes guest appearance at Park Ridge benefit
PARK RIDGE IL - The Sixth Annual Paul Seiwert Foundation Dinner/Dance to benefit children with cancer will be held on Saturday, March 1, 2014. This year's "campfire" theme event will take place at the Park Ridge Country Club, 636 N. Prospect, Park Ridge IL, from 6:00 pm to midnight.
Enjoy folk songs by the Old Town School of Folk Music's Mark Dvorak who will entertain during cocktail hour and again later in the evening.
In 2012, Dvorak was named "Chicago's official troubadour" by WFMT 98.7 fm radio host Rich Warren. He has sustained a career of performing, recording and teaching that has spanned twenty-five years. He has performed in thirty-six states and several countries in Europe with only his guitar, 5-string banjo, his voice and his songs.
His 2011 Waterbug release, Time Ain't Got Nothin' On Me, received national airplay and rose to number 14 on the Cashbox Roots Music Report. He recently published a book of essays and poems, "bowling for Christmas & Other Tales from the Road."
Visit Mark Dvorak on the web at www.markdvorak.com.
After-dinner dance music will be provided by Josh and the Empty Pockets. Admission to the event is $150 per person, or a table of ten for $1,250. Dinner, cocktails and one $10 raffle ticket are included in the price.
For more information visit the website www.paulseiwertfoundation.org or phone 773 407 1120. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please register for the event by February 24.
The Paul Seiwert Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit established in 2008 in the memory of Paul Thomas Seiwert (12/20/98 - 3/21/08). This is a continuation of Paul's charitable spirit aiding other children afflicted with cancer, through philanthropic support.
Paul dreamed of becoming a doctor, desiring to provide other children and their family's medical treatment with favorable health outcomes, while never losing hope to heal. The Paul Seiwert Foundation supports Paul's dream for his special friends to live cancer-free. Prceeds from the event support Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, and Paul's special friends within the community.