By now you’ve heard of the original play “Moving On” being presented by the Diversions Committee on June 21 and 22. You know that there is free admission and a free snack at Intermission.
Of course you know that there will be a 50/50 raffle on each night. And you certainly know that there are some dynamite raffle prizes to be won. There will be two prize packages given away on Friday and three on Saturday. For example, you can buy a strip of eight tickets for $5 and bid for a free house wash, courtesy of Terry Powell, or 2 hours of house cleaning by AnneMarie Lewin. Perhaps you’d prefer a 45 minute massage by Linda Taliaferro or $30 worth of knife, scissors, or garden tool sharpening done by Al Goldberg. And these are just the main prizes – each one of those I just listed is matched with at least one other gift, ranging from gift cards to Lowe’s or Jimmy the Greek’s, a bottle of wine, an orchid, a leather handbag, or…. a $50 bill.
Now let’s talk about the super-grand prize: A two-night stay for two people at the Jacaranda Hotel. This has a value of $220 and can be used at any time (except Race Week) until March 2020. Artie Nichols is the generous donor of this fabulous super prize.
Raffle tickets are available at Monday Coffees, and of course at the nights of the performances.
And speaking of the play…Moving On is about 3 women, a workman from Lowe’s, and a dead guy. You know this is a comedy, right? One of the women is the new widow, and the others are her neighbors. The dead guy appears in his old house, but only one woman can see and hear him. And it’s not his wife.
This play stars Lourdes Izquierdo Crapo, Marylee Cipriano, Polly Grant, Dave Napier, and Bob Larocque. Doors open at 6:15 and the curtain goes up (figuratively speaking) at 7:00.