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Friday, April 28 at 5:00 p.m.

The Pappy Martin Legacy Jazz Society presents

Pappy Martin Legacy Jazz Society Reception

Please join us on the evening of Friday, April 28, 2017 at our Annual Membership Reception. We exist to continue the growth of our organization in support of the spirit of jazz appreciation in Buffalo.

It is time to join or renew memberships in the Society, and we ask that you recruit your friends and families to join us as new members. Let's not keep it a secret! Time to spread the word and grow our organization. Once again, we look forward to refreshing acquaintances with other music lovers…and as always have BIG FUN…when we get together!!!

There will be LIVE MUSIC…FOOD…GIFTS…FRIENDS…DOOR PRIZES…AND MORE!!!

Membership dues remain at the same level, $50 per person per year. This helps to fund the Pappy Martin Legacy—Masten Jazz Festival in its 22nd year of bringing international and local jazz greats to our front door. We also help fund other jazz events throughout the year including the popular John Coltrane Celebration every September.

AT THIS RECEPTION WE WILL ANNOUNCE THE 2017 FESTIVAL HEADLINERS, ALONG WITH UPDATED MEMBER BENEFITS.

The 22nd Annual Pappy Martin Legacy—Masten Jazz Festival will be held on consecutive Sundays, July 23rd and 30th, 2017, 2-8 p.m. at the Buffalo Museum of Science (Side Lawn). Once again, the lineup this year will be awesome! Hope to see you at the reception. Remember to please invite others to become members. Thank you for your support!

Checks should be made payable to: Pappy Martin Legacy Jazz Society.

Should you prefer to mail your check, please mail to: Pappy Martin Legacy Jazz Society, c/o Dawn (Martin) Berry-Walker, 136 Mercer Ave., Buffalo, NY 14214.

 
 
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