SCRANTON, PA — Mitch Marczewski, brother of Jane Marczewski, aka the singer Nightbirde, is one of the speakers at Showing Up: Perspectives On Cancer, which will be held Saturday and Sunday, …
SCRANTON, PA — Mitch Marczewski, brother of Jane Marczewski, aka the singer Nightbirde, is one of the speakers at Showing Up: Perspectives On Cancer, which will be held Saturday and Sunday, September 30 and October 1 at Marywood University in Scranton.
The event is organized by Tim Sohn, Shohola resident and 16-year cancer warrior.
Nightbirde’s song, “It’s OK,” received the Golden Buzzer on “America’s Got Talent.”
Mitch was her best friend and big brother, and he helped her through her cancer journey. Now he runs the Nightbirde Foundation, which helps breast cancer patients who are artists.
Mitch will speak about Jane’s journey and how hope drives us to action, especially action that helps others.
The day includes inspirational speakers, a chance to share their own cancer stories in small groups and more. The event includes coffee and tea, lunch on the first day and breakfast on the second day.
Colorectal cancer survivor James Kiesewetter will also speak about spirituality, positivity and kindness along the way.
The university is located at 2300 Adams Ave.
Register for the free event, and learn more at PerspectivesOnCancer.com. You can also email Tim Sohn at at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call/text to 973/255-8110.
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