Dar Williams End of the Summer 2020
* September 10, Live Streaming Show *
** New Topeka Offerings - Private Songwriting**
*** Margaret Good's Campaign Fundraiser ***
The DEDICATED Concert with Dar Williams - Feeling a little distant from the one or ones you love? Want to show some love to the pod-mate by your side? Dedicate a Dar song and virtually step on stage.
Here is how it will work:
Ten songs will be chosen from the dedications. We will give up to six people the opportunity to join Dar live during the show and read their dedications.
Other dedications will be read by Dar and scrolled on the ticker during the show. Go to https://forms.gle/tJCY3Zfj3ngJ4EoKA to fill out your dedication and let us know if you would like to be on the show to read the dedication live.
Request Your Song & Make Your Dedication:
Watch Live on YouTube:
Watch Live on Facebook
Watch Live on Twitch
In addition to the already offered Serenades and Private concerts we have just added the often requested private songwriting sessions.
Have you ever thought how nice it would be if you could have Dar Williams sing a private online concert for you and some friends. Maybe help create the set list? Chat online after having her sing your favorite song? Work with you to make your song the best it can be? Topeka.live can make it happen.
If you are interested in setting something up go to darwilliams.topeka.live and check out what options are available.
Margaret Good, who won the Special Election in 2018 for FL-72, understands that the decisions we make now will fundamentally shape our environment for years to come. In congress, as she did in the Florida house, she will stand up to special interests and polluters whose actions help cause the denigration of our water systems and will fight to ensure we take action on climate change. She continues to work for environmental policies that allow future generations to enjoy this great state's natural resources as we have. In the Flora Legislature, she advocated for and passed a comprehensive stormwater reform policy and advocated for full funding for land preservation. Additionally, Margaret proposed legislation which would help move forward Florida's transition to clean energy by allowing properties owned by local governments, schools, colleges, and universities to operate their own renewable energy generating systems. She also filed legislation that would provide funding for workforce programs in the solar industry internships and apprenticeships for clean energy. Margaret is a fighter for Florida's environmental future.