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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, February 20, 1985, Image 13

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Art, Antique Auctiorn Planned At St. Ann's The seventh annual art and antique auction, sponsored by St. Ann's Church of Manlius Altar and Rosary Society, will be March 9 in Lynch Hall of the church. A preview of the paintings and country and primitive antiques will begin at 6:30 p.m. Bidding will.commence at 7:30 p.m. Hors d'oeuyres and wine will be served throughout the evening. -A-'painting donated by artist Bette McBain of Verona is among the, many door prizes to_ be awarded. AnL. & J.G. Stickley desk is among the anti­ ques-to be-auGtioned- ——— - Local artists and antique dealers participating are Denise Athanas, ,George Benedict, Mildred Burgess. Fredericks Graeber, Hall Groat, Jean Har­ ris, Marcia King, Joanne Kuracina, Elizabeth Leopold.^ And/ Janet iMatthews, Bette.. McBain, Sandra,Micek,, Sheri Nightengale, Gindy Page, Roberta Ripberger, Joseph E. Russo,' Agnes Schumm, Mark- Paul'Serafin, James Skvarch, Joan-Stier, Carol Tuttle, El- frieda Giordano of Webster's Landing Antiques and David Rudd ofDaltorfa Antiques. Bettina Chapman returns as -honorary ~«hair-man—and—au- ctioneer. Mary Ann McDonald and Fran Pavone are chairmen. Brad-Benson-returns-as-auction coordinator. Proceeds will benefit St. Ann's CCD Program. Tickets ran hft purchased by Musicians In Festival As many as 32 school ensem­ bles from around the state will be featured in the Cultural Re­ sources Council's eighth annual m 03 a u Hall Groat, a Manlius artist, and Elfrieda Giordano of in the seventh annual art and antique auction spon- sored by St. Ann's Church In Manlius. _ Storyteller Helps Find New Meaning For Tales 9:30 -p-rnhMarch- 5. andlfo^ Local participants will be. the Jamesville-JDeWitt Middle School Stage Band, the JD'ffigh Jkzz Ensemble and the; East Syracuse-Minoa High JazzEn- semble., f .^t •n. © 2 Twice honored by the JSfa- ^ tional Assn. of Jazz Educators o - jyith that agency?^—-—-^— 0 — Jazz Festival Award^.the^pro- g gram wulshowcase.tnei.musical ™ ^teiis^f^ome^^OOj^^dleTr^ junior and senio^ hjgh^schoolr«f v students perforniinjg|in. jazz v vocafeand ^^^i£^0$r c\ Burns^ Leonard-Bustamante y Elizabeth Dardis, Grant Dolge, Jean G, Dupre/Ricfiard English, Beverly Bentley Gilmore, Hope calling^BeverlyEgany€82=53i6r Diane Galkb, 682-5879, Kathy Mezzalingua, 682-6652, or \Monica Scorby, 682-5448. Conducts Pops Concert Mitch Miller joins the Syra­ cuse Symphony for its next Mil­ ler Lite Pops concerts at 8:30 p.m. February 22 and 23 in the Onondaga County Civic Center. \Lovers and Ladies\ will be the theme as Mr. Miller leads the orchestra through the pro­ gram. The audience gets a chance to join in too, with one of Mr. Miller's famous sing-alongs closing the show. Tickets for the Syracuse Sym­ phony concert range are availa T bleat the Civic Center box office, 425-2121. For group rates, call 424-8200. DeWitt resident Kaye M. Lia- dauer, nationally recognized for her storytelling abilities, teaches University College's non-credit course \The Storytel­ ling Experience: Finding the Frog Within You,\ 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, March 2 to 30. As associate for children's lit­ erature in SUs School of Infor­ mation Studies and the libra­ rian at Eagle Hill Middle School in the Fayetteville-Manlius School District, Mrs. Lindauer is one of a handful of storytellers entitled to tell stories at the statue of Hans Christian Ander­ sen in New York City's Central rPark. - T She explains the meaning of the seminar's title and. its rele­ vance for adults: \The *frog within' is the part of each of Us that becomes beautiful when it's loved and accepted, like the frog-prince in the traditional stories. We will look at such stories that reflect and help us to accept our own behavior — and that of others — because it's human. If we can understand unattractive behavior, it makes the world ah easier place in which to get along. We havejto loye our 'frog',and the ones.wfe find mother people:\. To register; call 423.-3254. \ 4ji adajtabTff^=sch^ mances, the^^w^U^e^t^ef- guest concerts .m'tne typ^day event: the Greafer^NeWf Testa­ ment Baptist Churcn :Ch6h* of Syracuse will perfornLat 9. p-in;* March 5, anaT>eglnriiHg at\8\p.m. March 6 there will.be conceiitspy the Albany Capjtal^Distifict All-star Jazz Ensemble a^d' Rochester's Eastman School bf Music Jazz Ensemble... . Immediately following con­ certs on both evenings, indi­ vidual student .and school en­ semble achievements will be cited'in the festival's concluding ^axds^^g^^,^cVd6SxLg sev- ^a^musx^s^ois^npsr^ Dining and Entertainment NOW IBM ITS TENTH 0FA * * M • • •• I \A TOTAL DELIGHT!\ R*x AMO. NEW YOR K POST MUSTB 3: Y > J?~ t iUi, '-\ c !*m Show Times at 7:30 & 9:30 P .M. Mat. 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