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The Chronicle-Express. Penn Yan, N.Y., October 31,1990 - Page 17 ARTS & E ntertainment ^olberg Continued from page 16 piano, and basa, and he is a singer of virtuoso range from lyric to raucous. The Sun Mountain Fiddler was taught fiddle by his mother, and was classically trained in violin at tl^ paduate level. Now, however, • t a prefers fiddle to classical violin ■ \performance. Saying that he has 'j'a bluegrass country soul,” he ^^laim s he feels more a t home in „^Hthe fiddle music world. He is a prolific songwriter, and r V h has many original titles ranging in style from reggae to c^un, from bluegrass to country and pxk. His themes are social issues •fd personal refiections on ex- ^rience, and he sings with a fine voice and great heart. Something of a stand-up comic, Solberg always has witty com­ ments on current events, the so­ cial scene, and local color. Some- fimea he simply brings the house down, even between songs! For the Smith Opera House concert, the Fiddler has as- •^Tibled an impressive lineup of musicians. On acoustic guitsu* is Pat King, a singer/songwriter as well. On bass is Jay Janney, a veteran of the music scene in Bos­ ton. On electric lead guitar and twin fiddle is the Fiddler’s brother, Andy. He is a master guitarist in both jazz, rock, and country music. Rounding out the band is Andy Gordon, a master banjo picker and pedal steel player. All four musicians are veterans of the Fiddler’s Sun Mountain Band. They each have a t last one mid­ west or Caribbean tour with him in the past. The concert on Nov. 9 offers a chance to see and hear a profes­ sional and very lively fiddle band in a beautiful old \atmospheric” theater. The Smith Opera House is currently undergoing a painstaking historic restoration and preservation project, and work has begun on both interior and facade projects. The 1894 historic landmark theater promises to heat up to some of its past levels of enter­ tainment excitement when the Fiddler comes to town. His fans will heed the call to hear him on this historic stage. Tickets for the concert are available at $10 each, for general admission, by calling Smith Opera House 315-781-5483. The management adds that there are only 1,165 seats available, so in­ terested persons should reserve in advance. Use Classified Ads Aii. Covert See Me Now For Your Next Car o r Truck A rthur E. Covert Business: 315-536-44B8 Home; 315-536-6893 Marble’s Automotive 1698 Rt14A,Penn Yan, NY OwVs N e s t m u r a l c o m p leted “W inter F u n ” c o u ld b e t h e th e m e in t h e b a c k g r o u n d h e r e . F u n d e d by a g r a n t iro m the Yates C o u n ty A r ts C o u n c il, D iana S c h n e id e r a n d th e s e 16 s tu d e n ts r e c e n tly com p leted th is 12-foot by 6-foot m u r a l in a n effort t o beautify th e Owl’s N e st c o m m u n ity cen ter on S e n e c a S tr e e t, P e n n Yan. S e a ted from left are: Jesse Disbrow , B e c k y Tully, Lizzy H a lpin, L isa G ibson, K a th r y n O v e rgaard, Becky S tew a r t, M a c k e n z ie S m a r t, Abby K e e ler, A p ril M a rcy a n d J e s s ic a T u r n e r . I n b a c k from left a re: D iana Schneider, D a rryl H a n n a n , H ilary H a m ilton, Amy R e y n o lds, M e lanie L a ttim o r e , E lisab e th T h o m a s and A p ril H a n d . (P h o to by R u s s H e a r to n ) ________________ (NAPAl Harvest d inner & d a n ce set A Harvest Dinner and Dance is planned for Nov. 10 at the Penn Van Elks Lodge. Cocktails will begin the evening at 6 o’clock, followed by the dinner at 7. Dancing to music provided by a DJ, will begin a t 9 p.m. -Mem^rs and guests are wel- c^ne. The cost is $25 per couple. Keuka Quitters The Keuka Quilters will meet a t 7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 12 (instead of the regular meeting date of Nov. 5) at the First Baptist Church in Penn Yan. Members are asked to bring scrap fabric for the group’s project of making lap robes and crib ^ Its for the needy at Christmas. They also should bring their sewing machine and necessary supplies. The Quilters will meet again on Nov. 19 to finish these projects. Members also should plan to start their red and green quilt square for the group’s next raffie quilt. Patterns will be available at the Nov. 12 meeting. ■ \Members who just returned the club trip will share their experience. For more information, call Llarilyn Buckingham at 315- 595-2847. YC H a b itat for H u m a n ity Yates County Habitat for Humanity will have its monthly meeting a t 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, '■ V. 7 at the Yates County auditorium, 110 Court St., Penn Yan. The Rev. John Tharp, president, will preside. Habitat is an or­ ganization to build houses for low income families. All area residents are welcome. Juggling Club The Penn Yan Juggling Club “*'l meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m., lllesday, Nov. 6 a t the Owl’s Nest community center, Seneca Street, Penn Yan. r UpcoiviiNq Himrod D ianna A y e rs 243-8408 Anyone interescea m juggung, with or without experience, is in­ vited to attend. All they have to bring is something to juggle. The group will meet again on Nov. 20, Dec. 4 and 18. -i OivVs N e st hoard o f D irectors The Owl’s Nest Board of Direc­ tors will meet a t 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 8 at the community center, Seneca Street, Penn Yan. The public is invited to attend. Sign language workshops set A Sign Language Workshop > jl.ies for youth will begin on jljednesday, Nov. 7 a t the Owl’s ■ H West community center, Seneca |$treet, Penn Yan. The series will continue on H Wednesdays from 4 to 5 p.m. each H week for six weeks, with the ex- ■ ceptionforNov.21. I Harvest D inner The annual Bluff Point United '^Ithodist Church Pall Harvest thnner is scheduled for Saturday, Nov: 3 with servings a t 4, 5 and 6 p.m. , This year, half the profits from the dinner will be given to needy femilies in the area. The other half will be used for physical im­ provements in the Bluff Point Church. ^Dinner includes turkey, with ■ J'ssing and giblet gravy, mashed ^ | - potatoes, squash, cranberry sauce, ' ; | relishes, buckwheat rolls, pumpkin or apple pie and coffee or I cider. . I Child care will I during the dinner. Tickets are priced at $5.75 for adults and $3 for children. Zitif m e a tball dinner slated The Bellona Ladies’ Auxiliary will hold a ziti and meatball sup­ per at the firehouse on Nov. 3. Serving will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will continue until all is gone. The dinner includes dessert and drinks. Meals are $4.25 for senior citizens; $4.75 for adults; $3 for children 5 to 12; and free for children under 5. Everyone is in­ vited to attend. C h ristm a s b a zaar The Dresden United Methodist Church is sponsoring its annual Christmas Bazaar for the 12th year. The Christmas Bazaar, Bake Sale and Luncheon will ^ held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 10 a t the ch^ch. For sale wilL be a variety of handcrafted gifts and decorations, homemade candies, baked and canned goods, doll clothes, stock­ ing stuffers, plants and more. In addition to the luncheon, refreshments will be available throughout the day. Anyone with items to donate may contact Abbie Leach, Joanne Errico or Ruth Coveil. Stop Sm o k ing Session p la n n e d There will be a “Smart Move” Stop Smirking Session from 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13 in the second floor conference room at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Penn Yan. Karen Hetrick, respiratory therapist a t S&S, will be the facilitator of this program, which is co-sponsored by the American Cancer Society and Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. To register for the session, call the American Cancer Society at 315-536-2386. Open House DeSales Regional High School will hold an Open House from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 4. The school is located a t 90 Pulteney St., Geneva. A recently made video of the school will be shown during the afternoon. DeSales students come from several communities outside Children afternoon bowling pro- Geneva; among them, Penn Yan, gram will be at 3 p.m., Sunday, Stanley, Rushville and Nov. 18 at Tbwn and Country Branchport. Everyone is invited refreshments will be served. Garden Club The Keuka Park Garden Club will meet Tuesday, Nov. 13 a t 2 p.m. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Vincente LFIngianni, 109 Sunset Ave., Penn Yan. (Note change in location). Bev Pinckney will present the program on fall and Thanksgiving centerpieces and decorations. AH guests are welcome. Those needing transportation or information, should contact the club president, Marlene Guild at 315-536-8182. Coffee Hour, B a k e Sale St. Michael’s Church is hosting a special Coffee Hour and Bake Sale on Sunday, Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the church hall. Orders for Christmas wreaths, will be taken a t this time. Also, religious articles from the gift shop “Touch of Heaven” will be available. Baked goods to sell will be ap­ preciated and everyone is wel­ come. Proceeds from the sales will be donated to the Office for the Aging for the Senior Citizens’ M escal Bus. DMV class The New York State Depart­ ment of Motor Vehicles classroom instruction, required for a driver’s license, will be offered from 4:39 to 10:15 p.m., Monday, Nov. 5 at Penn Yan Academy, 305 Court St., Penn Yan. Phone 607-566-8507 af­ ter 4 p.m. for information or to pre-register. Singles bowling 'The Sunday Singles Bowling Group will meet on Nov. 4, 11, 18 and 25 at 3 p.m. at Sunset Bowl, East North Street, Geneva. Fol­ lowing bowling, the group goes out for supper a t 6 p.m. Singles Thursday Afternoon Bowling meets Nov. 1, 8, 15 and 29 at 2:45 p.m. at Tbwn and Country Lanes, Pre-Emption Road, Geneva. The Sunday Single Parents and Lanes. All skill abilities of bowling are welcomed to participate. Fear more information, call the Finger Lakes Office of Social Ministry a t 315- 789-2686. Friendship S q u a res Fri.riendship The Penn Yan F Squares welcome the “Hip Boot Boys” for the Nov. 3 dance, slated for 8 p.m. a t the Penn Yan Grange Hall, Elm Street, Penn Yan. Round dance cuer will be Dottie Reed. All dancers are welcome. Well this week’s birthday vrishes go out to Edward Parkherst, formerly of Himrod, who was 16 on the 30th. Also on the the 30th, Ed Hansen was 84- years-young. William and Jenny LaBarr have an anniversary on the 1st of November. Winifred Gary will celebrate her birthday on Nov. 2. Jack and Bev Dahlhaus have their anniversary on Nov. 3. Best wishes and many, many more to all those on my list this week. A belated happy birthday to Judy Green, who celebrated hers on the 24th. Sorry to have missed it. Hope you had a great day. ^ FREE Prime Rib^dr^^esl^DiMer^: a w ith W indshield B o u g h t & Installed; - insurance Clairr^Hahd!edt^^{yy~yK^ Call for Appointment;*.All Work Guaranteed SAVE ON NAPA MOTOR OIL BY THE CASE 0 o t . Limit 1 case per household After S3.00 per case Mait-in Rebate. Taxes Not Included NAPA 10W-30,10W-40, 5W-30. 20W-50, HD SAE 30 Sale Ends Nov. 30 At Participating NAPA Auto Parts Stores YATES AUTO PARTS 106 Lake Sl„ Penn Yan RUSHVIUEAUTO SUPPLY 1 Water St., Rushville Because there are no unimportant parts.’ 1990AO$EOUTS! f u » l • i Q Or\ntiQr“ n D 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix LE Sedan MSRP , , . 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