Help Haiti By Enjoying Belly Dancers. You Know You Want To

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​If you are going to donate money for Haitian earthquake victims, there are worse ways to do it than watching belly dancers, if you ask us.

Luckily, the folks at Avant Garden in Montrose think along those lines, too, so you can enjoy and help out at the same time.

Tonight there will be an Open Mic for singing and entertainment by those shimmering bellies, from 6:30 to midnight. A portion of the proceeds will go to help MercyCorps, already on the ground in Port-Au-Prince.

Specific Houston page for the MercyCorps drive is here.

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