Conae Holmes is a woman who wears many hats – both literally and figuratively. Her collection of over 60 toppers has been built over decades of service, working on the frontlines of elder care in Utah in myriad roles.
THANK YOU! All of us at Heart & Soul want to thank all of our amazing sponsors, volunteers, performers and attendees for making Heart & Soul Music Stroll a great success!
The Heart & Soul Music Stroll shares the healing power of music by bringing music to the streets of the greater Salt Lake community, playing from neighborhood porches and yards.
The other day my sister and I were helping a dear friend in California, Helen, to get settled in a memory care facility. Helen doesn’t have any family to look out for her—no husband, siblings or children. She was confused and afraid and we were feeling stressed seeing her and how agitated she was about it. I told my sister I would bring my guitar and would get Helen to sing her favorite song (and one of mine).
Music begins at 3 p.m. with the Stratford Street Big Band at Imperial Park at the corner of Atkin and Filmore Streets.
40 plus bands will be playing on lawns and porches along Filmore and Glenmare Streets from 4 - 7 p.m.
We’ll come back together at 7 p.m. at Imperial Park, enjoy great music with the rock n' roll band JABOOM and will announce raffle prize winners at 8 p.m.
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HEART & SOUL MUSIC STROLL returns for its sixth encore Saturday, June 9th, to the Sugar House neighborhood at 1530 E 2700 S, from 3 p.m. to dusk.
Why Contribute to Heart & Soul?
As a small, local non-profit organization, Heart & Soul quickly translates even the smallest donation into benefits for people in your community.
Real People: Heart & Soul serves moms, dads, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, neighbors and friends who often live isolated and monotonous lives.