Arias Note Art

YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND UREC’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Arias in the Afternoon

29 September 2024, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Argus Hotel

8 Thurlow Terrace, Albany, NY

Tickets $100 | Brunch & Champagne

Featuring Pianist Paul Cronin and Silent Auction

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Thank you for considering sponsorship of the URHC’s 20th Anniversary Celebration, Arias in the Afternoon, in support of the new Underground Railroad Interpretive Center on Livingston Avenue in Albany, New York.

Please consider a gift at one of the following suggested funding levels.

Maestro $10,000: Brass plaque with Sponsor Name on an 18ft. long Wall Post timber (2016 sq. ft.) + 2 tickets
Conductor $7,500: Brass plaque with Sponsor Name on a 32ft. long Rafter timber (1568 sq. ft.) + 2 tickets
Soloist $5,000: Brass plaque with Sponsor Name on an 18ft. long Wall Post timber (1260sq. ft.) + 2 tickets
First Chair $2,500: Brass plaque with sponsor name on an 11ft. long girt timber (693 sq. ft.) + 2 tickets
Friend $500: Brass plaque with sponsor name on an 11ft. long girt timber (693 sq. ft.) + 2 tickets

Please contact us if you would like to support the event at a different level!

Email questions to: Lisbeth Calandrino at: lcalandrino@nycap.rr.com

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Your sponsorship will ensure the future of the Underground Railroad Education Center through the Interpretive Center.

The Underground Railroad Education Center (UREC) dives deep into the history of the Underground Railroad, shedding light on its roots in African American history
and its enduring significance. Founded by passionate researchers, UREC has been sharing this vital narrative since 2003 through various channels like conferences, tours, and media features. By focusing on local Black activists and their global impact, UREC paints a powerful picture of the fight for freedom. They aim to expand their reach and impact with a dedicated Interpretive Center. Currently housed in the Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence, a renowned Underground Railroad site, UREC seeks to enhance their programming and community engagement.

As UREC continues its mission, we invite you to join us in building a better tomorrow.

The Interpretive Center, slated for Livingston Avenue in Albany’s Arbor Hill neighborhood, will not only serve as a hub for education and events but also as a catalyst for local development. It’s designed to be environmentally friendly, offering job opportunities and housing while attracting visitors from near and far.With plans for state-of-the-art facilities and a commitment to sustainability, theInterpretive Center aims to honor the past while shaping a more equitable future.