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By Charlotte Robinson, April 30, 2019
Boston OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing For Change) will present a very special program entitled “Past, Present & Future Or, How I Learned to Love Getting Old” on Sunday May 5th from 2P to 4P at the Brookline Senior Center at 93 Winchester Street in Brookline, Massachusetts. The program will feature a concert by singer, songwriter & guitarist Wendy Sobel with speakers including Boston OLOC founders Alice Fisher & Sarah Pearlman who stated, “Come enjoy founders, myself & Alice Fisher tell the story of Boston OLOC. How it began, their vision of community, education, politics, and entertainment, its many programs & anticipated future followed by a concert with singer/songwriter, Wendy Sobel.” Wendy Sobel is that rare performer who approaches singing with sensitivity to lyrics that turns the song into a short story. Her vocals are velvet smooth & her guitar playing is nothing short of inspired. She writes songs that speak to the human emotion in a way we can all hear. Seeing Wendy in a performance is truly an unforgettable experience. Her scorching guitar riffs, riveting vocals & compelling songwriting are nothing short of electric. OLOC Boston programs & events are open to lesbians of all ages, including transgender lesbians. OLOC’s mission includes their commitment to creating communities of older lesbians & solidarity with allies for racial, economic & social justice. Following the event there will be an early dinner at Lemon Grass at 239 Harvard Street in Brookline, MA.
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