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Cabaret 2011: Love Makes the World Go Round
The first event of the 2011/2012 Music Series at First Presbyterian Church will be Love Makes the World Go Round - Cabaret 2011. An ensemble of 18 singers and dancers, accompanied by a stage band, will present a musical revue of Broadway show tunes that all center on the theme of LOVE.
There will be 2 shows: one at 2:00 p.m. and one at 7:00 p.m.
The ensemble of 18 performers are members of the Westminster Choir. The group has been rehearsing since May under the direction of Adriana Piercy. They are excited to be sharing their hard work with the congregation and community. Please support the youth of this congregation and enjoy a really good show! Bring a friend to also enjoy this sparkling musical program which is designed to delight people all ages.
The doors will open 30 minutes before each performance. A donation of $10 will be collected at the door and refreshments will be available for purchase before the performance. Proceeds for the event will support The Sara Jane Hussey Memorial Fund which provides scholarships for choir tour and funds other youth choir activities.
More About First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell
At one time, First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell owned most of the center of Caldwell, when it was known as Horseneck. The church sold the property to build the present church. The name of the community was changed to Caldwell after James Caldwell, the fighting parson, who served as deputy general in George Washington's army and helped establish the church.
The second pastor was Richard Cleveland who named his first son Steven Grover after the first pastor. Grover Cleveland became the 22nd and 24th president of the United States. The Baby Ruth candy bar was later named after Ruth Cleveland, the first baby born in the White House.
The First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell, with its soaring steeple, is still today a focal point in Caldwell, much like it was more than 200 years ago.
Other events here
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