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By Courtney Phenicie on Tuesday October 28, 2014 9:27am

Join us at the Yes on 8 Action Center on Thursday at 7pm as Young Heirlooms play a special live concert dedicated to the campaign to save Union Terminal.

Kelly Fine and Chris Robinson have been captivating audiences in the Midwest for the past three years. Their band’s name – Young Heirlooms – articulates their style and take on their fused genre. Young alludes to the modern spin on the traditional sound of folk music, and heirlooms are items or ideologies handed down from generation to generation…much like Union Terminal!

The Yes on 8 Action Center is an interactive pop-up space dedicated to the passage of Issue 8 – the Hamilton County ballot initiative that would help raise funds needed to restore Union Terminal. Open Monday-Friday from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM and for special events, the Yes on 8 Action Center is your one stop shop for saving an iconic piece of Hamilton County’s history. Visitors can learn more about the restoration plan, add their memories to a community story wall, pledge their vote, and even step inside Union Terminal’s iconic murals for a special photo opp.

The Yes on 8 Action Center is located at 511 Walnut Street in the Fifth Third Bank Building breezeway between Fountain Square and Walnut Street (right behind the Potbelly Sandwich Shop). RSVP for the event HERE!

If you can’t make it to the event but still want to pledge your vote, visit!

Complimentary local beer and light snacks will be served.

Check out this video they made for us at Bunbury Music Festival

Young Heirlooms
Yes on 8 Pop Up Concert
511 Walnut Street
7p – 9p

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