WILLIAMSBURG — Residential Partnerships, Inc.a non-profit organization dedicated to repairing and replacing substandard housing in Williamsburg, James City County and York County is holding a Shops in the High Street.
When WYDaily As reported on Saturday, the PIPE concert opens at 3pm and takes place on the High Street lawn/green space. It will feature local musicians Johnny St Clair for whom it is opened Good shot Judy around 3:15 p.m. Good Shot Judy will take the stage from 4-7 p.m
This is the 12th year that Housing Partnerships, Inc. is hosting the PIPE concert. The concert has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and has not returned to the area for two years.
“Bringing this concert back to the community after a two year hiatus due to Covid [COVID-19] not only allows us to give back to the community in which we serve, but also brings a sense of normalcy to the Williamsburg community as this event marks its 13th year!” said Executive Director of Housing Partnerships, Inc. Brandie Weiler to WYDaily.
According to Housing Partnerships, Inc., “All proceeds from the concert will go to PIPE (Providing Indoor Plumbing for Everyone), which provides gap funding to help our neighbors in need for those who have no or inadequate plumbing. All donations remain local to the Historic Triangle.”
The event will take place rain or shine and there will be food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Programs offered by Housing Partnerships, Inc. include emergency home repairs, interior plumbing sanitation, and ADA modifications for those who own their home and qualify for low- to middle-income levels.
For more information about the concert, as well as the services offered by Housing Partnerships, Inc., go to official website of the organization.