Monday, October 5, 2009

Fun, Stomp, Songs? Yes You CAN!

It's not Nodrog. It's not We Are Gordon. But it might just be the best live entertainment scheduled on the North Shore for Saturday night. And it's definitely the best cause.
255 Grapevine: An Evening with An Address and A Certain Zip—the newest part of Gordon’s homecoming festivities—will be held Saturday, October 10, at 7:30 p.m. and will include 90 minutes of outstanding music, comedy and storytelling. With acts that range from stomp dance, Prairie Home Companion-style scenes and country western songs to Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and The Wiz, the evening showcases both professional and amateur talent from Gordon’s faculty, staff, students and alumni.
And the best part? It's pay what you can or pay with a can of food for admission to the show. And the A.J. Gordon Memorial Chapel—where the show will be held—will be turned into the shelves of a food pantry. All proceeds from the event will go to the Gloucester Open Door Food Pantry and Acord Food Pantry in Hamilton. The event is open to everyone so bring a friend or a neighbor. And be prepared for a night of great fun!

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