NY Native/ Superstore Actor Dominic Pace Returns To His Hometown To Give Grant To Local Business

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NY Native/ Superstore Actor Dominic Pace Returns To His Hometown To Give Grant To Local Business

Los Angeles Ca,(May 29th)-Ossining, New York Native/ Actor Dominic Pace will return home July 29th to host the event, Ossining and The Arts. The event will take place at the Budarz Theater in the Ossining Public Library at 6 pm. Pace started a Grant in 2011 as a way of giving back to his community, supporting a young artist’s dreams, as well as honoring his Grandfather William Tagliaferri, who had been his inspiration since childhood.

This year’s recipient are owners of ¬†Mike Risko Music in Ossining, Mike and Miriam Risko have been in business since 1997. The Grant will go towards a student of the Risko’s choice which will pay for extended music lessons for a child who has shown enthusiasm and potential with their musical talent.

“My grandfather’s first dream was to entertain. He loved the Saxophone and headed up a band in the Bronx before World War 2. He was such an inspiration to my family, as well as his friends. It gives me great joy to extend his positive influence and passion for music in this way” says Pace.

The event will also recognize small business in Ossining and the positive effect it had on Pace’s life while he was studying acting in New York. Four Local Ossining Businesses have sponsored the event, and will have exclusive offers for attendees that evening.

Following the presentation of the Grant, Pace will be screening two Short Films. One of his own, and another written, directed and produced by fellow Ossining Native, Kristen Hester. Admission will be free.

To Learn more about Mike and Miriam visit: www.mikeriskomusicschool.com

For more information, please visit the Facebook Event Page.

Ossining and The Arts: Hosted by Dominic Pace

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