Scientology Info Center Hosts Stay Well Concert Watch Party
By: Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization
The Center had temporarily closed its doors to help keep the community and its staff safe. On Saturday, May 9th the Center re-opened to the community with social distancing protocol, sanitation fogging three times a day, wiping down high-touch surfaces with disinfectant solution and the use of masks and gloves.
The Stay Well Concert's debut was the first small gathering since the Center re-opened its doors. For those who wanted to see the show outdoors, a large screen TV was placed on the Center's portico allowing local passersby to enjoy the performance as well.
The concert highlighted 50 performers including: Chick Corea, Greg Camp, Mark Isham, David Campbell, Vinnie Colaiuta, Tom Brechtlein and international artists Kate Ceberano, Rubén Blades and David Broza.
Inside the Center eight guests sat 6 feet apart while viewing the concert. The artists from around the world (Italy, South Africa, Argentina, and United States) performed from the comfort of their home studios. Guests in attendance were provided with gloves and masks.
One guest, Jay, had this to say about the concert: "It was great! Chick Corea was great! It was a great pick-me-up. It's really needed in the world. Thank you for keeping up the spirits of people around the world."
The Church of Scientology International has launched a 'Stay Well' campaign (scientology.org/
The Scientology Information Center is located at 500 Cleveland Street in downtown Clearwater. For more information, please call727-467-
THE SCIENTOLOGY INFORMATION CENTER:
The Scientology Information Center originally opened on July 11, 2015, and to date has attracted over 50,000 curious guests through its doors. Located in the century-old Clearwater Building in downtown Clearwater, and currently houses a gallery of audiovisual displays with some 400 videos. The Center is open to all and provides a self-guided tour showing basic Scientology beliefs, Churches around the world, ongoing social programs and the life of L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology's founder. The Center offers tours to the broad public; holds concerts, theatrical performances and receptions for the community; and opens up the use of its conference room to social, civic and non-profit groups.