MONMOUTH BEACH, NJ – Musicians on a Mission will host the “Come To Your Senses” benefit this Sunday at the Monmouth Beach Cultural Center. The event will treat visitors to art that will stimulate all five senses and benefit the Media Center @ Ballard, a multimedia community arts center located at the Ballard United Methodist Church.

Exhibits and attractions to be featured at Come To Your Senses include art installments to represent sight, refreshments to represent taste, massages to represent touch, scented candles to represent smell, and live music to represent hearing. Musical acts will cover a wide range of genres and include Gary Phillips, Chuck Lambert, Stolen Rhodes, Random Test, Framing Dakota, and meditative Hapi Drum music by Kevin Grossman.

“This is a fun event that not only will offer visitors a wide variety of activities throughout the evening, but honor some of the other great artists in our area,” said Cathy Noblick of Musicians on a Mission. “We are happy to be able to support the great opportunities the Media Center @ Ballard provides for their community”.

Doors to Come to Your Senses will open 5pm with a cover charge of $20. All proceeds will directly to the Media Center @ Ballard.

For more information on the Media Center @ Ballard, visit https://sites.google.com/site/mediacenteratballard/


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For more information about Musicians on a Mission, visit http://musiciansonamission.org/


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