Shell Point Fine & Performing Arts Series 2023-2024

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Welcome to Shell Point’s 20th Concert Season

We are excited to share with you the joy and energy that comes with live performances! We’ve crafted a robust season of big bands, jazz, country, bluegrass, pop, and classical shows. The Fine & Performing Arts Series showcases the artistic work of Shell Point resident artists and professional artists of the region, along with the annual concert series, including performances by the Southwest Florida Symphony and the dancers of the Florida Gulfshore Ballet. Please join your friends at The Tribby as we bring the inspiration of great music—performed by world-acclaimed artists—for everyone in our community to experience and enjoy.

RESIDENT SHOWS & SALES TRIBBY GALLERY EXHIBITS Contents Table of 12 Jukebox Saturday Night Stephanie Trick & Paolo Alderighi The Vega Quartet Vienna Boys Choir Eroica Trio Evren Ozel Southwest Florida Symphony: Bach, Mozart and Tchaikovsky BIG BAND, SWING & JAZZ CLASSICAL SERIES 16 14 06 4
Florida Gulfshore Ballet presents The Nutcracker Southwest Florida Symphony Holiday Pops Michael W. Smith Series Package Single Tickets Order Form HOLIDAY SERIES ORDER TICKETS! 2831 Southern Raised The Texas Tenors Balsam Range Screaming Orphans 1969 Band The Diamonds Bee Gees Gold: The Tribute Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute BLUEGRASS, COUNTRY & FOLK POP SERIES 24 21 5

In the Tribby Galleries

October 3 – December 23

Flora & Fauna

Artworks Inspired by Nature

THE SHELL POINT GALLERY

Executed in bronze, ceramic, glass, paint, and mixed media, the artworks in Flora & Fauna express the beauty of nature. Guest artist Martha Grattan of South Carolina joins four of Shell Point’s talented resident artists—painters Renée Chastant and Betsy Conrad, potter Augusta Crane, and glass artist/potter Annie Wainwright—to create a magical world of animals, insects, flowers, and foliage.

In this exhibition, visitors will stroll through various “places” in nature to discover the artworks on display. A highlight of these spaces, The Pond will display spectacular ceramic lily pads, whimsical ceramic frogs and a beautiful heron, colorful glass birds and insects, and surrounding paintings depicting the flora and fauna typically found at a pond.

Sea Change – Re-emerging Annie Wainwright

Blue Heron Martha Grattan Backwards Glance Renée Chastant
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Pat Meredith

Art of the Quilt

A Legacy Exhibition

THE TRIBBY LEGACY AND OVERLOOK GALLERIES

From traditional designs to art quilts, each of Legacy Artist Pat Meredith’s creations demonstrate her meticulous craftsmanship. Former president of the Shell Point Quilters, Pat Meredith is a long-time weaver, spinner, quilter, and educator. This dazzling exhibition will present more than ten spectacular quilts, many on firsttime public display. The exhibition also includes a nativity scene that Pat Meredith knitted, as well as a spinning wheel, antique miniature sewing machines, and other textile-related artifacts from the artist’s extensive collection.

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In the Tribby Galleries (CONTINUED)

January 9 – March 30 2024

On The Road Again

The Hubcap as Art

THE SHELL POINT, OVERLOOK, AND LEGACY GALLERIES AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL SPACES

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Concern for the environment inspired this exhibition of more than 200 artworks, each one incorporating one or more discarded hubcaps and created by full-time professional artists across the globe. The exhibition was originally paired with the Smithsonian Institution exhibition WASTE NOT and presented in 2014 as Second Time Around: The Hubcap as Art in the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. Following that venue, a greatly abbreviated version of the exhibition toured nationally. This is the first time in ten years that the collection as shown in the Second Time Around exhibition will be on public display in nearly its original, dazzling and fascinating entirety.

And the Devils Stood Watch Carla Goldberg, New York Witness Marla McLean, Maryland
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Saturn (Mercury) Colette Crutcher, California Swimming with the Fishes Leslie Bruning, Nebraska Flight of the Corvair Jim Lennox, Pennsylvania Metal Hubcap Fish Ptolemy Erlington, United Kingdom Cap-Studded Cap Boris Bally, Rhode Island And Then There Were Seven Wyatt Gragg, Kentucky Egg in Space Larry Carroll (d. 2015), California Discovery Robert Beck, New Jersey
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Kraken Baby Jeff Gaither, Kentucky

In the Tribby Galleries

(CONTINUED) April 12 – June 22

Seeing Red Works by Shell Point Artists & Writers

Shell Point has a robust arts community that numbers at least 500 residents who are actively involved in artistic endeavors. Many residents in this community are now producing art of high artistic quality. As a juried and judged exhibition, Seeing Red will display exemplary artworks being produced by Shell Point artists and artisans today—in all mediums—including painting, photography, drawing, pottery, glass, textiles, collage, wood, and more. It is anticipated that up to 70 objects will be on display, each one presenting its artist’s unique interpretation of “seeing red.” A special component of the exhibition will present the works of Shell Point writers, reflecting on the same theme.

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Artist As Muse

The 20th Anniversary Exhibition Of Art Quilters Unlimited

THE TRIBBY LEGACY AND OVERLOOK GALLERIES

An art quilt presents its maker’s original design rather than a traditional pattern. It is a demanding genre, requiring the quilter to be both artist and superb needleworker. In this exhibition, Art Quilters Unlimited of Fort Myers is celebrating its 20th anniversary. In honor of that occasion, for this exhibition, each member was randomly assigned a major artist of the 20th century and then allowed to choose any artwork of that artist for which to create a textile homage. Works on display will include quilts and other textile creations.

Holly Watson
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Ode to Franz Klein (detail) Candie Frankel

Resident Shows & Sales

Annual Holiday Bazaar

Wednesday, November 15 and Thursday, November 16 | 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. THE VILLAGE CHURCH

Many of our talented Shell Point residents have spent months preparing for the opportunity to impress you with their skills. Excitement is in the air with 60 vendors displaying unique, useful, and beautiful creations. Browse original works of art and photography, books by Shell Point authors, pottery, woodworking, fabric and needlecraft, jewelry, children’s items, shells and sparkling glass, along with handmade fashion accessories. Join your friends and neighbors for two fun-filled days of shopping. You’re sure to find that special something for Christmas and special celebrations.

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Concerts andShows

Big Band, Swing & Jazz

SEASON OPENER!

Jukebox Saturday Night

Saturday, November 11, 2023 | 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

$45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

This music review of America’s Swing Era is a fun-filled event for all ages! An energetic group of instrumentalists celebrates the melodies of the great Big Bands during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, including the greatest hits as recorded by Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Jimmy Lunceford, Harry James, Artie Shaw, Cab Calloway, Benny Goodman, Bunny Berigan and Count Basie. Talented vocalists bring to life favorites made famous by Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Bob Eberly, Helen O’Connell, Rosemary Clooney, and other idols.

Sponsored by Friends of the Tribby

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Stephanie Trick & Paolo Alderighi

Thursday, January 25, 2024 | 7 p.m.

$45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

Pioneers in the use of four-hand piano in jazz, Stephanie Trick, a leading exponent of stride piano, and Paolo Alderighi, one of Italy’s foremost jazz pianists, have earned widespread success with their arrangements of classics from the stride piano, ragtime, and boogie woogie traditions—as well as from the Swing Era and the Golden Age of Tin Pan Alley. Most recently, they have focused on the repertoire created during a time when musicals were at the heart of American popular culture: the Classical Hollywood Cinema period and the Golden Age of Broadway. Blending impeccable technique with mature musicality, the piano duo has performed across the United States, Europe, and Asia, winning the acclaim of critics and fans alike in venues including the Gilmore Keyboard Festival, Jazz at Filoli, the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, the Kobe Jazz Street Festival in Japan, the London Jazz Festival, and the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

“I love to hear Stephanie and Paolo together. Such sympatico! Individually they are marvelous musicians—we’ve known that, but together they play 4-handed stride as it’s never been done.”
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— Dick Hyman

Classical Series

The Vega String Quartet

Tuesday, November 14, 2023 | 7 p.m.

$40 RESIDENT | $50 PUBLIC

The Vega String Quartet, Quartet-in-Residence at Emory University, is cultivating a new generation of chamber music lovers through dynamic performances and innovative community engagement. They concertize both nationally and internationally, most recently in Baltimore, Chicago, Nashville, Sacramento, Berlin, San Miguel, and the Brahmssaal in Vienna’s Musikverein. The Quartet’s major projects at Emory have included performing the complete cycle of Beethoven quartets, as well as pairing Bach’s complete works for solo violin, viola and cello with the six Bartók quartets. They have also developed a series of “Jazz Meets Classics” programs, bringing the two genres together. Recent highlights include the Quartet's debut at Amsterdam’s famed Concertgebouw, a multi-city tour of Denmark, with performances at venues such as the Royal Danish Conservatory, and appearances at El Paso Pro Musica and the Sitka Music Festival.

Sponsored by Anonymous

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Vienna Boys Choir At The

Village Church

Thursday, February 8, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

With a rich history that dates back to early 15th century, the Vienna Boys Choir is composed of nearly 100 choristers between the ages of 10 and 14. Divided into four touring choirs, each group spends nine to 11 weeks of the school year on tour. Collectively, they perform as many as 300 concerts each year for almost half a million people in Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas.

The choir's repertoire includes everything from medieval to contemporary and experimental music. Motets and lieder for boys’ choir form the core of the touring repertoire, as do the choir’s own arrangements of quintessentially Viennese music, waltzes and polkas by Lehar, Lanner and Strauss. Since the 1920s, the Choir has collected music from around the world. One of the Choir's goals is to introduce the boys to as many different styles of music as possible. The choir has also commissioned a number of world music projects.

Sponsored by Anonymous

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Eroica Trio

Tuesday, February 13, 2024 | 7 p.m.

$40 RESIDENT | $50 PUBLIC

The most sought-after trio in the world, the Grammy-nominated Eroica Trio enraptures audiences with flawless technical virtuosity, irresistible enthusiasm and sensual elegance. The three women who make up this celebrated ensemble electrify the concert stage with their passionate performances.

Formed at The Juilliard School, the Trio has won the prestigious Naumburg Award, resulting in a highly successful Lincoln Center debut and has since toured the United States, Europe, Middle East, South America, and Asia. While maintaining their demanding concert schedule, the Eroica Trio has released eight critically lauded recordings for Angel/EMI Classics Records, garnering multiple Grammy nominations. The first all-female chamber ensemble to reach the top echelon of the field, the women of the Eroica Trio have shattered the age-old gender barrier, leading the vanguard and inspiring many to follow.

Sponsored by Guys Who Give

“Just as in their successful Carnegie Hall debut and smashhit CD release, these women demonstrate that on musical merits they have earned their foothold on the very highest rung of the profession.”
— The Wall Street Journal
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Evren Ozel, Concert Pianist

Thursday, March 14, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $40 RESIDENT | $50 PUBLIC

American pianist Evren Ozel began his musical studies at age three in his hometown of Minneapolis, MN. He has won numerous honors and awards, including scholarships from the U.S Chopin Foundation and Young Arts Foundation; first prize at the 2016 Boston Symphony Concerto Competition; second prize at the 2016 Thomas and Evon Cooper International Competition; and second prize—as well as Mozart and Chopin special prizes—at the 2018 Dublin International Piano Competition. Most recently, he received second prize and special prizes for Best Mazurka and Best Polonaise at the 2020 U.S. National Chopin Competition, securing the honor of representing the United States in the 2021 International Chopin Competition in Warsaw, Poland, where he was a quarterfinalist.

Sponsored by Betsy Conrad

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Southwest Florida Symphony presents Bach, Mozart and Tchaikovsky

Thursday, April 4, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $40 RESIDENT | $50 PUBLIC

Internationally renowned and locally beloved Maestro Radu Paponiu makes his long-awaited debut for an exclusive Tribby engagement featuring pianist Arturo Fernandez, a Jillian Prescott Scholarship Competition winner who began his career right here in Southwest Florida. In addition to experiencing the dazzling artistic chemistry among Maestro Paponiu, the orchestra and Mr. Fernandez, this program features Bach’s Piano Concerto in D minor, the Mozart Divertimento in F, and the Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings, all designed to punctuate the conclusion of a brilliant concert season for both the Southwest Florida Symphony and the Tribby Arts Center.

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Sponsored by Dick Boehning and Penny Wilkinson

Bluegrass, Country & Folk

Southern Raised

Monday, November 20, 2023 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

Abluegrass band from the Ozark mountains, Southern Raised has created a trademark sound where classical meets bluegrass, and city streets meet country roads. Collectively, the group has received nominations from Singing News Fan Awards, Diamond Awards, Front Porch Fellowship, and a staggering 32 SPBGMA Midwest nominations, along with four-time nominations for Fiddle Performer of the Year and multiple awards for Bass Performer of the Year, Band of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year, and Christian Country Album of the Year, to name a few.

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Sponsored by Lex Roulston

The Texas Tenors

Monday, January 8, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT

*Tickets available exclusively for resident purchase.

The Texas Tenors have appeared on the most recent season of NBC’s national hit television show America’s Got Talent: The Champions and are considered the show’s most successful touring group. Consummate professionals, these three friends with a simple All-American dream have proven their impact will be long lasting as their popularity continues to grow. Over the last 10 years, they have performed more than 1,400 live concerts as they entertained audiences at performing arts centers, casinos, symphony halls, outdoor festivals and major corporate events. The Texas Tenors have amassed a huge fan base worldwide, with over half a million social media followers and more than 20 million views on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.

Sponsored by Guys Who Give

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Balsam Range

Tuesday, March 19, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

Named the 2018 International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year, Balsam Range has become one of the genre’s most awardwinning acts. Since forming in 2007, the group has garnered 13 IBMA awards on the heels of eight critically-acclaimed albums. Balsam Range has left audiences spellbound while headlining major festivals coast to coast, selling out venues across the nation and making multiple appearances at the Grand Ole Opry.

Sponsored by Barb & Tom Dunham

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Pop Series

Screaming

Orphans

Tuesday, January 16, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

— Philadelphia RH Magazine

Achart-topping all-sister Celtic folk and pop band from Donegal, the Screaming Orphans are known worldwide for their award-winning sound that combines original pop songs with a unique take on traditional Irish music. From an early age, the Diver sisters entertained international audiences around Ireland accompanying their mother, legendary céilí singer Kathleen Fitzgerald. The band has always defied being pigeonholed, having masterfully developed their own unique fusion of folk and pop. The sisters’ trademark spine-tingling four-part harmony and mastery of their instruments, combined with their highly energized performances, take audiences of all ages on an exhilarating and emotional musical journey. Screaming Orphans’ pitch-perfect harmonies have led to many collaborations on recordings and stage with artists such as Sinéad O’Connor, Peter Gabriel, Joni Mitchell, Baaba Maal, and Afro Celt Sound System. The band continues to tour and play extensively across America, Canada and Europe and has released 15 albums.

Sponsored by Anne Wardlow, Bart & Phyllis Sharp, and Manus & Liz O’Donnell

“If you’re looking for something different, light and fresh, and full of musical thrills, meet Screaming Orphans.”
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1969 Band

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

1969 presents unique and intricate “Classic Rock” music that rings true with rock music devotees and connoisseurs of the era, all while adding the band's own unique style and flavor. They pay homage to the era when music changed everything, including compositions by The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Rolling Stones, Crosby Stills & Nash and more.

The Diamonds

Thursday, February 22, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

Through the years since the release of “Little Darlin’ ” in 1957, The Diamonds have learned one important lesson: the durability of classic rock and roll music is as much about the future as it is about the past. Known for their three Gold records for “Silhouettes,” “The Stroll,” and “Little Darlin’”; 33 appearances on American Bandstand; songs on the soundtracks for American Graffiti and Happy Days, and membership in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and the Doo-Wop Hall of Fame, the group continues to expand their audience around the world.

Sponsored by Mary Buck
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Sponsored by Maddy Hanlon & Ken Saccaro

Bee Gees Gold: The Tribute

Tuesday, March 5, 2024 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

Backed by a live band, Bee Gees Gold recreates the look and sound of the Bee Gees from the 60s to the late 70s, with the unique falsettos that made them a legend. This ultimate salute to the Bee Gees features John Acosta as Barry Gibb. He has performed in Bee Gees Tributes all over the world for over 14 years, adding his unmistakable sound and attention to authenticity. Bee Gees Gold is the ultimate salute to the beloved band, offering the experience of seeing and hearing the Bee Gees in their prime with hits like “Staying Alive,” “Too Much Heaven,” and “Islands in the Stream.”

Sponsored by Rockin’ Sisters

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Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute

Friday, March 29, 2024

4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

Sail On brings to life all of the Beach Boys’ classic hits—plus some treasures from the band’s brilliant extended catalog—recreating the soundtrack to an “Endless Summer” that’s completely live and in rich detail.

Sponsored by Roberta & Philip Puschel

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Holiday Series

Florida Gulfshore Ballet presents The Nutcracker

Saturday, December 9, 2023 | 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC | $15 CHILDREN 12 & UNDER

The music soars, snowflakes swirl, flowers dance, and a little girl dreams about Sugar Plum Fairies and a handsome prince coming to life in an enchanted world during her family’s Christmas Eve celebration. Florida Gulfshore Ballet presents the classic holiday fairytale featuring the famous Tchaikovsky score, updated with new choreography by Artistic Directors Iliana Lopez and Franklin Gamero.

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Southwest Florida Symphony Holiday Pops At The Village Church

Monday, December 11, 2023 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $40 RESIDENT | $50 PUBLIC

Southwest Florida Symphony is back by popular demand! Maestro Andrew Lipke returns to the podium to lead Lee County’s only professional orchestra in an impressive performance, featuring timeless Christmas classics and new twists on old holiday favorites.

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Michael W. Smith At The Village Church

Tuesday, December 12, 2023 | 7 p.m.

TICKETS: $45 RESIDENT | $55 PUBLIC

Multi-platinum artist, best-selling author, and acclaimed actor Michael W. Smith continues to live out his dream as he releases new music regularly and performs around the world to sold-out crowds of loyal and inspired fans.

During Michael’s storied career, he’s not only been honored with three Grammy Awards, 45 Dove Awards, an American Music Award, and sales of more than 15 million albums, he’s also given back to the global community. Michael has raised funds to battle AIDS in Africa alongside longtime friend Bono; started Rocketown, a safe haven for young people in Tennessee to meet and find hope; and has helped improve the lives of more than 70,000 children through Compassion International.

Sponsored by Friends of Shell Point

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Available for purchase Tuesday, August 15, 2023. NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS ______ TOTAL ______ RESIDENTS $205 GENERAL PUBLIC $255 CLASSICAL SERIES The Vega Quartet Vienna Boys Choir Eroica Trio Evren Ozel Southwest Florida Symphony: Bach, Mozart and Tchaikovsky Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2023 Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024 Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024 Thursday, Mar. 14, 2024 Thursday, Apr. 4, 2024 RESIDENTS $135 GENERAL PUBLIC $110 NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS ______ TOTAL ______ BLUEGRASS, COUNTRY & FOLK Southern Raised The Texas Tenors (Tickets available exclusively for resident purchase) Balsam Range Monday, Nov. 20, 2023 Monday, Jan. 8, 2024 Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2024 NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TOTAL RESIDENTS $130 GENERAL PUBLIC $160 HOLIDAY SERIES Florida Gulfshore Ballet—The Nutcracker 2 p.m. Florida Gulfshore Ballet—The Nutcracker 7 p.m. Southwest Florida Symphony Holiday Pops Michael W. Smith Saturday, Dec. 9, 2023 Monday, Dec. 11, 2023 Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2023 CHOOSE ONE NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS ______ TOTAL ______ RESIDENTS $225 GENERAL PUBLIC $275 POP SERIES Screaming Orphans 1969 Band The Diamonds Bee Gees Gold: The Tribute Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute 4 p.m. Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024 Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024 Thursday, Feb. 22, 2024 Tuesday, Mar. 5, 2024 Friday, Mar. 29, 2024 CHOOSE ONE NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS ______ TOTAL ______ RESIDENTS $90 GENERAL PUBLIC $110 BIG BAND, SWING & JAZZ SERIES Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023 Thursday, Jan. 25, 2024 Jukebox Saturday Night 4 p.m. Jukebox Saturday Night 7 p.m Stephanie Trick & Paolo Alderighi CHOOSE ONE SUB-TOTAL $ 32

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