We didn't get a lot of people for this event, but I am still considering it a success. Once again I didn't brake the bank spending too much money on food. It was just about 13$ for popcorn, water, paper cups, because I like to recycle, and juice. It also took less time in the store, because I knew exactly what I was looking for.
Two arrived, but only one other sang. Bridge Over Troubled Water and Price Tag were two of the songs I chose to sing. Some of the other songs we also sang were, Simple Gift, Lean On Me, Now I Walk in Beauty and America the Beautiful. While I do fine singing at home alone, at least in my imagination, I was presented with some challenges singing with someone else. I can't just stop and take a long breath anymore or sing my own made-up version of the song. We had to be for the most part in sync.
Like last time I believe I fell short with my marketing for this event. I should have hung more fliers in the neighborhood. I know I will improve. Someone also gave me a suggestion for adding more diversity to the group after I expressed an interest in being able to reach out to those whose first language may not be English. They said, try reaching out to the immigration association. I don't know what that is and why would I, but I will take the advice.
There is a great mix of people in the Dorchester community including but not limited to Hispanic, Asian, English, Italian, Haitian, Black, African American, Italian and Irish. I want to reach out to everyone.