StoweGood is So Good at Unity Weekend Event




Stowe Daily & Karen Taylor Good

Unity of Harrisburg will conduct a 7 p.m. Friday night concert, a Saturday workshop from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and a Sunday worship service, featuring the renowned Nashville musical duo StoweGood, comprised of Stowe Dailey and Karen Taylor Good on September 21, 22 and 23.

This promises to be an entertaining and inspirational event for the whole community. The Saturday healing and transformational workshop is called Discover Your Unopened Gifts. It’s a day of song, laughter, tears and awakening, featuring original songs and exercises by Dailey and Good.

The weekend ends with the Sunday morning service featuring StoweGood as the speakers and musicians, presenting their powerful and moving music and message.

Cost of the concert is $20; the workshop is $49 in advance or $60 at the door. An optional $10 boxed lunch is available for purchase for the workshop if ordered by Sept. 10. Bottled water will be provided. Location: 927 Wertzville Rd., Enola. For more information, visit UnityOfHarrisburg.org/stowegood-coming-unity-harrisburg and StoweGood.com/about.

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