Give the gift of song for Mother’s Day

  • Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Photo Provided Auctions will take place on Friday and Saturday.

Just in time for Mother’s Day, give Mom the gift of song - What I Did for Love will be performed on May 9 and 10 at 133 South Main Street in downtown Summerville.

This is a cabaret-style benefit fundraiser for The Singers of Summerville in conjunction with The Flowertown Players.

Included with the evening’s entertainment is a silent auction (Friday) with a drawing for a framed German Scissor Art called “Mother” or a live auction with Reception (Saturday). Auction items include a week at Beech Mountain, Downton Abbey style luncheon for 8, wine tasting for 14, Millie Lewis Modeling, antique furniture, Maggie Hoybach art, Ravenel Gaillard watercolor, custom cornhole boards, Girl Scout Cookies and lots of fun items on both auctions.

Emcee for both evenings will be Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Christine Kohler.

On Saturday evening Miss Summerville 2014 Shelby Dangerfield will be a special guest with a meet and greet during the reception, assisting with the live auction and to provide a special song.

“What I Did For Love” highlights great show tunes from the past 100 years about love, friendship, and yes – Mother. Forget the chocolates and the flowers and bring Mom to an evening of fun and song!

Both evenings start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 single/$35 couple (Friday); and $25 Single/$45 Couple (Saturday) and groups of 10 or more will receive a $5 discount off of the single ticket price.

Call the Box Office at (843) 875-9251 for tickets or visit flowertownplayers.org for more information.

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