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Madrigal Dinner: A Holiday Feaste
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Date/Time
Monday, December 2nd 2013 - 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Location
Hope Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall

South Sioux City High School presents the: Madrigal Dinner: A Holiday Feaste Monday, December 2 and Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 7:00 p.m. Hope Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall 218 W. 18th Street, South Sioux City.

A Madrigal Dinner The South Sioux City Vocal Music Department brings you an evening of Renaissance entertainment. We will take you back to a medieval castle during the Holiday season. You will be guests of the King and Queen, the lords and ladies of the kingdom and the royal servants. Your evening of festivities will include a 5 course meal, candlelight, costumes, a royal drama, pageantry and music by the Royal Court.

Tickets
All Tickets are $17.00 and must be purchased by Wednesday, November 27.
Seating is by reservation only. Reservations can be made by bringing your payment to the
Beth Horan in the high school office. Seating is done on a first come – first served basis.
There is limited seating, so order your tickets early. All tickets are non-refundable.
Information: call 494-2433

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