Kari Kelly, a black woman with thin braids in her hair

1155 Performance Salon featuring singer Kari Kelley is February 17

Celebrate Black History Month at our third of six Performance Salons with an afternoon of music and story blending civil rights and disability justice at LightHouse HQ in San Francisco. The line-up will start with a curated selection of warm-up acts to get the show going then lead into our headliner, Kari Kelley. 
Kari is the author of Living Resiliently: Black, Blind and Female. The Journey Continues which is available on AmazonAudible and at our salon.  She has created, produced, and performed one-woman shows featuring her songs and stories, entertaining audiences at sold-out events throughout Northern California.
Arrive a little early to enjoy good vibes and vittles. 
The performance salon takes place at LightHouse San Francisco at 1155 Market, 10th Floor from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. 
RSVP: Maia Scott at MScott@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7608
The 1155 Performance Salon is made possible thanks to a City and County of San Francisco, Office of Economic and Workforce Development grant.

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