Spady’s First Singer/Songwriter Showcase at Kevro’s Art Bar Raises $2,200

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On March 24, the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum was the grateful recipient of an outpouring of support from the owners and patrons of Kevro’s Art Bar, a bohemian hang-out/artistic showcase/music bar in downtown Delray Beach. At the first Spady Museum Singer/ Songwriter Showcase, held at Kevro’s, live musical performances by Stephen Minotti, Brian Jay Cline, Jimmy Durkin and Pearl Pop, along with sponsorships, donations and silent auction bids, helped raise more than $2,200. Proceeds will benefit the museum’s programs and events. Sal Giorlando of MEP Structural Engineering & Inspection, Inc. also presented The Spady Museum with a check for $400 at the event, as a personal donation. Hosted by Steve Martel and Max DuBose, the Singer/Songwriter Showcase combined art, cultural history and music into one experience that introduced new audiences to the museum’s mission. “A very special thank you to all who came out and joined us, supported us, sang along and showed us love,” said Charlene Jones, director of the Spady Museum. Event sponsors were Kevro’s Art Bar, Steve and Lori Martel of Re/MAX Realty, Prospect Mortgage, Stuart & Shelby General Contractors, Acupuncture Zen, Michael Cruise, and Bennardo and Bennardo Attorneys at Law. SPADY LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE On April 3, the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum launched its newly redesigned website. The redesign was completed by Mike Haynes of iSatisfy.com. The website features a modern, clean aesthetic that is easy to navigate and includes the biography of Solomon D. Spady, rental information on the museum and Williams Cottage, news on upcoming events and ways to give and get involved with the museum. Visit www.spadymuseum.org.