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Jay O'Callahan and "Father Joe" - free performance

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Jay O'Callahan and "Father Joe" - free performance

Time: November 10, 2011 from 4pm to 5:30pm
Location: Seelos Theatre, The College of the Holy Cross
Street: 1 College Street, Worcester, MA
City/Town: Worcester MA
Event Type: storytelling_concert, event, free, performance
Organized By: Jay O'Callahan
Latest Activity: Oct 21, 2011

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Jay O'Callahan to Perform 

Father Joe 

November 10th, 2011


Jay will perform his story Father Joe on November 10, 2011 at The College of the Holy Cross in the Seelos Theatre. The College has invited him to perform this work to commemorate 11-11-11. This story not only honors his uncle, Father Joseph T. O'Callahan who was the chaplain on board the USS FRANKLIN during World War II when it was bombarded by enemy aircraft, but it also honors all veterans who have served their country so bravely.
Details:
Date: November 10, 2011
Time: 4PM
Place: Seelos Theatre, The College of the Holy Cross,
1 College Street, Worcester, MA
There is no ticketing for the performance, and it is free and open to the public; entrance is on a first come first serve basis. So get there early to get your seat! 
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Jay O'Callahan, P. O. Box 1054, Marshfield, MA  02050
Phone:  (800) 626-5356 or 781-837-0962     
Storyteller, performer, author and workshop leader
 
Website:  http://www.ocallahan.com
 
Audio recordings, videos, DVD's and books available from Artana Productions
email:  jay@ocallahan.com or via phone (800) 626-5356



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