Join Sister Transistor in the event space at Harrison Tavern on Saturday, October 22nd as they raise funds to support Latino U College Access!
Westchester County-based Sister Transistor plays an upbeat, eclectic mix of classic rock, R&B, new wave, punk, pop, country, contemporary alt rock, and even a couple of disco tunes. The band’s repertoire—born through democratic consensus and individual veto power—is part mainstream, part off the beaten track, and appealing to a broad audience. The band has made a name for itself playing benefits for a wide range of local and national charities—from My Sister’s Place and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to Smile Train and the U.S. Bobsled Team.
Latino U's mission is to empower first generation Latino youth to enroll and graduate from college by providing students with the knowledge and support they need to achieve their dreams. Through advocacy, community education and student workshops, Latino U promotes college enrollment and prepares students for their journey to college graduation. Their programs educate, guide and support students through the complex process, including submitting applications, qualifying for financial aid and admissions. They provide bilingual, culturally-relevant assistance to help Latino students and their families achieve their dreams. Learn more at www.latinoucollege.org