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Benefit for Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls

Rock and Roll Camp for Girls

Started in 2001 by a Portland State University student, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls now has 40 camps worldwide. In addition to their summer camp, the organization offers an after-school program, puts on local shows, conducts fundraisers, and holds workshops throughout the year.

Listen in as we chat with kids in the program, camp leaders and parents discussing how the camp has impacted their lives.

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Benefit Concert Details

Women and girls will be rocking this weekend, as the Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls holds its fundraising benefit. Presented by legendary Portland punk band the Neo Boys, the event marks the release of the group’s new double album “Sooner or Later.”

Several awesome bands will perform: Cold beat, The Ghost Ease, and Busy Scissors, among others, to celebrate RRCG’s mission – teach girls and women how to play instruments and use music to empower and express themselves.

Crystal Ballroom
Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013.
Doors open 5 p.m.
Tickets: $10
Details

Nicole Betancourt

Nicole Betancourt is a news/public affairs assistant at the Portland Radio Project. She can also be found making audio, video, and print media with Child Face Productions, a production duo she co-founded during Summer 2013. When not making media, Nicole loves to play sports and ride her bike to faraway places.

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