International Band of Mystery

Baseball season may be drawing to a close, but the JRT has a double-header not-to-be-missed. We have two, count ’em two fundraisers slated both supporting absolutely great local charities right here in Mil-Town. Details below and attached

Much love to you all as we close in on Halloween. I’ll be handing out Tic-Tacs to the costumed wee ones that visit my house this year with thinly veiled threats of ‘trick-or-treat’. It’s my small way of making the world a better smelling place one fresh breath at a time. Now in winto-green flavor.

Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin
Feed your Soul 2019
at Flux Design

3775 N. Richards St. 53212
www.feedingamericawi.org/fysmke
Friday Nov 1
Live Jazz with the JRT: 5:45 – 6:45
Event runs until 11pm

As you know, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin does tremendous work up and down Wisconsin’s ‘Eastern seaboard’ and remains one of the J Ryan Trio flagship charities – we are blessed to support them through our music. This Friday is no exception as we lend jazz to kickoff the Feed Your Soul 2019 event – held at Flux Design. Crafting high quality, creative interiors (think Bugsy’s), the Flux Design warehouse and shop is a cross between American Pickers and Orange County Choppers. Simply one of the most intriguing spaces in the city. Information on the event at www.feedingamericawi.org/fysmke

MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary Fundraising Event at:
The Coffee House

2717 E Hampshire Street, Milwaukee
414-534-4612
Saturday Nov 2
Doors open 7:30
Music from 8pm to 10pm

Working tirelessly to improve the lives of those in our city, Sister MacCanon Brown and her many supporters-in-mission are creating the MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary – a multi-resource life-line for those in need. Details on this event and her visionary project are in the attached – or visit www.mbsanctuary.org to learn more. (scroll down as there is also a coffee-related event on Nov 1). Groove along with high-energy, coffee fueled music for a great cause.

The coffee house Nov2 2019 flyer – MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary fundraiser