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TAMPONS FOR TED Bennefit Concert: Suns of Stone + Cold Capital + Lost To The River + The Fays

Presented by: House of TARG, Beau's All Natural, Ottawa Inner City Health
Doors: 9pm / Show at 9:30pm
Cover: $10 or Feminine Product Donation

Suns of Stone 12:30p
Cold Capital 11:30p
Lost to the River 10:30p
THE FAYS 09:30p

we are encouraging people to bring feminine products in exchange of $10.00 cover

Bearded, beer fueled vintage blues rock. Ya! For fans of THE BLACK CROWES, LED ZEPPELIN, THE SHEEPDOGS. 
Have a listen

Blues Rock, Roots Rock, Southern Rock,

LOST TO THE RIVER (Indie Folk Rock)
"The songs are intimate, textured, and contain the heart and soul that many of us have come to love about Canadiana folk music" - Ottawa Showbox

THE FAYS (Folk Punk)
"Their music induces pensive, mellow, and occasionally dejected emotions, largely due to Brummel’s despondent vocals, which are matched by a consistently skillful accompaniment." Lydia Lee, The Fulcrum

Tampons for TED will be held at House of Targ (1077 Bank St, Ottawa) on Friday April 8th, 9pm. We will be encouraging people to bring feminine products in lieu of donation. Entry will still be permitted with the cost of $10.00. Local musicians Suns of Stone, Cold Capital, Lost to the River and THE FAYS will be providing entertainment.

TED (Targeted Engagement and Diversion) is one of the newest program operated by the Ottawa Inner City Health partners. Developed in response to the high numbers of homeless people presenting to hospital ERs with symptoms of substance abuse and mental illness, the TED program not only offers a safe place for people to be monitored while under the influence but supports easy access to treatment and care for substance use, physical health problems and mental illness.

Feminine hygiene products will also be provided to Women’s Special Care Unit( Shepherds of Good Hope ) and Booth ( Cornerstone Housing for Women). This targets women who have been discharge from hospital, have mental health issues or have over whelming addiction issues. These women suffer from poor health status and getting there monthly cycle can be an overwhelming and limiting time of the month when supplies are low.