Julie Crouse, executive director of the Central Nova Women’s Resource Centre on the Esplanade, said the organization has teamed up with the Dean Brody Foundation to offer a meet and greet to the public when the musician comes to Truro for the Coors Banquet One Horse Town concert.
The meet and greet will be held at the Marigold Cultural Centre on Sept. 16, from 1 to 3 p.m. It’s open to the public, with a suggested donation between $10 and $20. The money will be split between the local centre and Brody’s foundation, which supports the work of grassroots organizations who rescue and rehabilitate young girls who are victims of human trafficking and modern day slavery.
Brody will then be on the stage at the town’s civic square that evening, along with Chad Brownlee, and the River Town Saints. For ticket holders, the gate opens at 6 p.m., with the show beginning at 6:45 p.m.