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Friday, October 25, 2013

Evening of Jazz at Library Saturday


Swing to the music of Ellington, Porter and other greats.

The Plainfield Public Library will swing on Saturday evening to the strains of hits from Duke Elligton, Cole Porter and other jazz greats (plus some Broadway shows) in an evening of jazz in support of the Friends of the Plainfield Public Library.

Phil Amarante and his Manhattan Jazz group will hold sway in the Library's fabled pool courtyard in a cabaret with music for dancing.

Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be supplied' bring your own wine.

The event is being orchestrated by Friends' officer Belinda Smiley who always puts together show-stopping evenings of fun and music in support of the Library. The Friends of the Plainfield Public Library is dedicated to raising additional funds to support library program and services above and beyond the City's obligation. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extend allowed by law.

Tickets are available in advance at the Library checkout counter or at the door on Saturday evening. $30/person, $50/couple. The fun begins at 7 PM and runs to 11 PM. Parkinng available in the Library's two lots or on College Place.

For more info, see the Library's website here.







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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I cant wait to go. I wish Plainfield had more events like this,

Anonymous said...

I remember who started this trend. It was call the Taste of Plainfield. This event mirrors it! I look forward to this event. We need classy stuff within our own city.