Thursday, Jan. 26, 7 p.m.
Dave Mason’s career, which
began in Worcester, England,
spans half a century and
FROM performing, and song
writing. Fans and critics alike
hail Dave as one of the most
talented songwriters and guitarists in the world — which is
why he is still performing over 100 shows a year to soldout
crowds. Mason was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall
of Fame in 2005 as the guitarist for Traffic. His influential
playing was only matched by his talents as a songwriter. He
left Traffic in 1969 to pursue a solo career in the U.S. and has
penned over 100 songs, has 3 gold albums: Alone Together,
Dave Mason and Mariposa De Oro, and platinum album Let It
Flow, which contains the top-ten single We Just Disagree.
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THE EMERSON CENTER 2022 – 2023 SEASON
E-Series: Sea Turtles – A Conservation Success Story
Speaker: Kendra Cope
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 7 p.m.
Sea turtles are our favorite animal and the reasons
go way beyond the fact they are cute. Three
species, Loggerheads, Greens and Leatherbacks, are
responsible for hundreds of thousands of eggs laid
along Florida’s beaches each year providing essential
nutrients to the beaches we enjoy. They provide
homes on their shells to thousands of small plants and
animals. And, they keep marine ecosystems balanced
by playing unique roles within the food chain that supports the health of
our oceans, estuaries and reefs. However, our choices as individuals and
a society are having a detrimental impact on these critical animals due to
light pollution, fisheries, marine debris and more. The good news is that
we as individuals, groups and businesses are all able to make a difference
in protecting our environment through decisions we make every day.
Join us for our not to be missed E-Series! The Emerson Center’s mission is
to provide educational, enlightening and thought-provoking programs,
and memorable musical events for our community.
Admission is free; suggested $10 donation.
E-Series: Engage, Educate, Entertain
CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF CONCERTS CLOSE TO HOME