Hello everyone! As many of you know, I’ve always been passionate about live music. Over the course of my 24 years of service in eyecare, one of my dreams was to organize a benefit concert for a great cause within the field. I’m very excited to announce that we’re having our second annual benefit concert! The “Dead Phish Allman Bros Tribute for the Foundation Fighting Blindness” kicks off on Sat Nov 10th at the 8×10 in Baltimore! Phoam – A Tribute to Phish (Jon Wood, Jon Brady, Paul Weinberg, & Ryan Porter) will play a Phish set from ~10:30-12:30. The Dirty Grass Players will perform a Grateful Dead / Allman Bros themed set from ~8-10pm! *Chance to Win a Free Pair of Non-Prescription Maui Jim Sunglasses When Ordering Tickets Ahead Online Through Missiontix.com! Winner Gets to Choose the Style!” Click here for tix while supplies last! **LAST YEAR’S EVENT SOLD OUT AHEAD!** The Foundation Fighting Blindness’s national headquarters is based in Columbia Maryland. They were founded in 1971, with a mission to drive research providing preventions, treatments & cures for people affected by blinding retinal diseases. If you can’t make the event, but want to support a great cause, please click here on our Professional Vision Timonium & Carney team donation page www.fightblindness.org/ProfessionalVisionTeam to contribute to the Foundation Fighting Blindness. We’d like to give a big thanks to: The 8×10, Phoam- A Tribute to Phish, The Dirty Grass Players, Missiontix, Depth Perception, Brad & Tricia Selko & Hot August Music Festival, Bausch & Lomb, WTMD, Ed Early Printing, Kenny Liner & Believe in Music, Chip Watkins, ZEISS, Dave Rather & Mother’s Grille, Matsuri Restaurant, ABB Optical Group, Ben Greenwald, Dr. Sonny Goel & Lasikplus, Heller Kowitz Insurance Advisors, Katzen Eye Group, Select Eye Care, Maryland Optometric Association, Anne Arundel County Optometric Society, Specialized Eye Care, MacQuaid Eye Institute, Jellyfish/Digital Global Marketing Agency, Charm City Bluegrass Festival, & Fairgrounds Discount Beverages! Dr. Rich Barnstein
CLICK HERE FOR PIX FROM LAST YEAR’S SOLD OUT EVENT!
Below: The Dirty Grass Players Perform “Blue Sky”