PRINCETON — This year’s Gateway Café fundraiser will feature the great “Songs from the ‘40s and ‘50s” and will once again be held at the Open Prairie United Church of Christ, 25 E. Marion St. in Princeton.
Adam Webber and Pam Gonigam will provide piano accompaniment for the local vocal talents of Kelly Autrey Webber, Linda Ernst, David Gorenz, Susan Hale, Angella Gebeck-Hughes, Ron McCutchan, Bill Nelson and Fern Webber. They have been working hard to put together a great show that will be fun for the entire family.
The opening night performance on May 5 will begin at 6:30 p.m. This performance will have table seating for a more relaxed and intimate atmosphere. Wine and appetizers will be served followed by the evening’s performance. Tickets are $20 for the opening night show.
There will also be a Sunday afternoon matinee on May 6 beginning at 3 p.m., which will be regular seating and light refreshments will also be served. Tickets for the matinee are $10.
The Gateway Café fundraiser is a way the community can help raise needed funds so Gateway can continue to provide quality supports in the coming year to those individuals with disabilities they serve in Bureau, Marshall and Putnam counties.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, call Gateway at 815-875-4548, ext. 230 or 221.