Valentine Cabaret Saturday at BRAM
LUDLOW — The Black River Academy Museum is hosting their annual Valentine Cabaret at 7 p.m. Saturday at the museum. This year’s performance, “BEing in Love,” will feature skits, music and poems on love by local residents.
Love and its many aspects of comedy, soul and exasperation will be explored by Sara Norcross, Mike and Linda Muller, Linda Dunworth, Molly Ferris, Aprille Moore, Mike and Cindy Wooton and director Stephanie Rowe. They sing tunes such “Love Potion No. 9,” “If I were a Bell” and “Poison Ivy.”
The event is free and open to the public. Desserts will be offered after the show.
For more information call 228-5050. BRAM is located at 14 High St. in Ludlow.MORE IN Southern VermontWALLINGFORD — Graduates of Wallingford High School are invited to attend a meeting tonight to... Full StoryTimmy MacDonnell, who has taught mathematics at Springfield High School and coached last year's... Full Story
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