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The “Life Lines” Community Arts Project, a free, Sunset Park-based arts and leadership program for youth, ages 10-21, is searching for all former members as they are fast approaching their 25th Anniversary Celebration and Performance, May 14-15, of “From The Stoops of Sunset” at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center.

“Life Lines” is planning lots of fun and interesting community events and hope to reconnect with as many former “Life Liners” as possible. You can connect with past members and staff and see what “Life Lines” has in store for their 25th year.

“From the Stoops of Sunset” will include memorable pieces from “Life Lines” shows over the past 25 years.

“Life Lines” is in residence at MS 136 and 821, 4004 Fourth Avenue.

For ticket information, contact Marina McCoy or Kate Huisentruit at the Center for Family Life at 718-788-3500, or email lifelineslegacy@gmail.com.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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