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September 2014

Shouts of Grace

September 28 @ 10:00 am
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Every week until December 28, 2014

Presented by Shouts of Grace Church

Shouts of Grace is a non-denominational, charismatic church in the Five Cities that exists to inspire you to greater faith, hope and love. Our goal is to inspire locally and impact globally. We have dynamic worship music, encouraging preaching and exciting children and youth services.

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October 2014

A Girl for All Seasons

October 4 @ 2:00 pm
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Every week on Saturday and Sunday until October 12, 2014

Presented by the Central Coast Follies

What makes a group of vintage senior tap dancers, a super talented director/choreographer, outstanding community talent from ages 5 to 85, a beautiful theater, and a meaningful charity be able to continue performing for 12 years running and who are they?? They are the Central Coast Follies and their meaningful charity is Parkinson research. They have been able to donate $273,500 throughout the past 11 years. This year, they hope to surpass the $300,000 mark. Their success comes from having wonderful audiences and community support for much needed research of a devastating disease, a super star show with great music, dancing, singing and surprise acts every year, thanks to the creative energy of their award winning Director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat.

This year’s musical is “A Girl for all Seasons” with singing, dancing, and music representing all months and seasons of the year. As always, it is a fun, family show that has the audience humming the tunes and tapping their feet all day long. Some of the shows tunes include: April Showers Medley, Lazy Days of Summer, Lusty Month of May, Beautiful Girls, Summer Wine, Autumn Leaves, and You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone, to name a few. The list of talented singers include Judy Philbin, DK Philbin, Roy Henry, Jimmy Thorton, Joyce & Dave Anderson, Maggie Wright, Kit Johnson, and Bob Nations, Swing dancers from Cal-Poly, Cayucos Tappers, GRADS, Suspended Motion and other special guest artists.

Net proceeds from the show are donated to The Parkinson Alliance for Parkinson Research to help find a cure. There are over 400 people in our area alone with this devastating disease.

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A Girl for All Seasons

October 4 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Saturday and Sunday until October 12, 2014

Presented by the Central Coast Follies

What makes a group of vintage senior tap dancers, a super talented director/choreographer, outstanding community talent from ages 5 to 85, a beautiful theater, and a meaningful charity be able to continue performing for 12 years running and who are they?? They are the Central Coast Follies and their meaningful charity is Parkinson research. They have been able to donate $273,500 throughout the past 11 years. This year, they hope to surpass the $300,000 mark. Their success comes from having wonderful audiences and community support for much needed research of a devastating disease, a super star show with great music, dancing, singing and surprise acts every year, thanks to the creative energy of their award winning Director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat.

This year’s musical is “A Girl for all Seasons” with singing, dancing, and music representing all months and seasons of the year. As always, it is a fun, family show that has the audience humming the tunes and tapping their feet all day long. Some of the shows tunes include: April Showers Medley, Lazy Days of Summer, Lusty Month of May, Beautiful Girls, Summer Wine, Autumn Leaves, and You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone, to name a few. The list of talented singers include Judy Philbin, DK Philbin, Roy Henry, Jimmy Thorton, Joyce & Dave Anderson, Maggie Wright, Kit Johnson, and Bob Nations, Swing dancers from Cal-Poly, Cayucos Tappers, GRADS, Suspended Motion and other special guest artists.

Net proceeds from the show are donated to The Parkinson Alliance for Parkinson Research to help find a cure. There are over 400 people in our area alone with this devastating disease.

Find out more »

Shouts of Grace

October 5 @ 10:00 am
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week until December 28, 2014

Presented by Shouts of Grace Church

Shouts of Grace is a non-denominational, charismatic church in the Five Cities that exists to inspire you to greater faith, hope and love. Our goal is to inspire locally and impact globally. We have dynamic worship music, encouraging preaching and exciting children and youth services.

Find out more »

A Girl for All Seasons

October 5 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Saturday and Sunday until October 12, 2014

Presented by the Central Coast Follies

What makes a group of vintage senior tap dancers, a super talented director/choreographer, outstanding community talent from ages 5 to 85, a beautiful theater, and a meaningful charity be able to continue performing for 12 years running and who are they?? They are the Central Coast Follies and their meaningful charity is Parkinson research. They have been able to donate $273,500 throughout the past 11 years. This year, they hope to surpass the $300,000 mark. Their success comes from having wonderful audiences and community support for much needed research of a devastating disease, a super star show with great music, dancing, singing and surprise acts every year, thanks to the creative energy of their award winning Director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat.

This year’s musical is “A Girl for all Seasons” with singing, dancing, and music representing all months and seasons of the year. As always, it is a fun, family show that has the audience humming the tunes and tapping their feet all day long. Some of the shows tunes include: April Showers Medley, Lazy Days of Summer, Lusty Month of May, Beautiful Girls, Summer Wine, Autumn Leaves, and You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone, to name a few. The list of talented singers include Judy Philbin, DK Philbin, Roy Henry, Jimmy Thorton, Joyce & Dave Anderson, Maggie Wright, Kit Johnson, and Bob Nations, Swing dancers from Cal-Poly, Cayucos Tappers, GRADS, Suspended Motion and other special guest artists.

Net proceeds from the show are donated to The Parkinson Alliance for Parkinson Research to help find a cure. There are over 400 people in our area alone with this devastating disease.

Find out more »

A Girl for All Seasons

October 5 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Saturday and Sunday until October 12, 2014

Presented by the Central Coast Follies

What makes a group of vintage senior tap dancers, a super talented director/choreographer, outstanding community talent from ages 5 to 85, a beautiful theater, and a meaningful charity be able to continue performing for 12 years running and who are they?? They are the Central Coast Follies and their meaningful charity is Parkinson research. They have been able to donate $273,500 throughout the past 11 years. This year, they hope to surpass the $300,000 mark. Their success comes from having wonderful audiences and community support for much needed research of a devastating disease, a super star show with great music, dancing, singing and surprise acts every year, thanks to the creative energy of their award winning Director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat.

This year’s musical is “A Girl for all Seasons” with singing, dancing, and music representing all months and seasons of the year. As always, it is a fun, family show that has the audience humming the tunes and tapping their feet all day long. Some of the shows tunes include: April Showers Medley, Lazy Days of Summer, Lusty Month of May, Beautiful Girls, Summer Wine, Autumn Leaves, and You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone, to name a few. The list of talented singers include Judy Philbin, DK Philbin, Roy Henry, Jimmy Thorton, Joyce & Dave Anderson, Maggie Wright, Kit Johnson, and Bob Nations, Swing dancers from Cal-Poly, Cayucos Tappers, GRADS, Suspended Motion and other special guest artists.

Net proceeds from the show are donated to The Parkinson Alliance for Parkinson Research to help find a cure. There are over 400 people in our area alone with this devastating disease.

Find out more »

A Girl for All Seasons

October 9 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 10, 2014

Presented by the Central Coast Follies

What makes a group of vintage senior tap dancers, a super talented director/choreographer, outstanding community talent from ages 5 to 85, a beautiful theater, and a meaningful charity be able to continue performing for 12 years running and who are they?? They are the Central Coast Follies and their meaningful charity is Parkinson research. They have been able to donate $273,500 throughout the past 11 years. This year, they hope to surpass the $300,000 mark. Their success comes from having wonderful audiences and community support for much needed research of a devastating disease, a super star show with great music, dancing, singing and surprise acts every year, thanks to the creative energy of their award winning Director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat.

This year’s musical is “A Girl for all Seasons” with singing, dancing, and music representing all months and seasons of the year. As always, it is a fun, family show that has the audience humming the tunes and tapping their feet all day long. Some of the shows tunes include: April Showers Medley, Lazy Days of Summer, Lusty Month of May, Beautiful Girls, Summer Wine, Autumn Leaves, and You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone, to name a few. The list of talented singers include Judy Philbin, DK Philbin, Roy Henry, Jimmy Thorton, Joyce & Dave Anderson, Maggie Wright, Kit Johnson, and Bob Nations, Swing dancers from Cal-Poly, Cayucos Tappers, GRADS, Suspended Motion and other special guest artists.

Net proceeds from the show are donated to The Parkinson Alliance for Parkinson Research to help find a cure. There are over 400 people in our area alone with this devastating disease.

Find out more »

A Girl for All Seasons

October 10 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until October 10, 2014

Presented by the Central Coast Follies

What makes a group of vintage senior tap dancers, a super talented director/choreographer, outstanding community talent from ages 5 to 85, a beautiful theater, and a meaningful charity be able to continue performing for 12 years running and who are they?? They are the Central Coast Follies and their meaningful charity is Parkinson research. They have been able to donate $273,500 throughout the past 11 years. This year, they hope to surpass the $300,000 mark. Their success comes from having wonderful audiences and community support for much needed research of a devastating disease, a super star show with great music, dancing, singing and surprise acts every year, thanks to the creative energy of their award winning Director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat.

This year’s musical is “A Girl for all Seasons” with singing, dancing, and music representing all months and seasons of the year. As always, it is a fun, family show that has the audience humming the tunes and tapping their feet all day long. Some of the shows tunes include: April Showers Medley, Lazy Days of Summer, Lusty Month of May, Beautiful Girls, Summer Wine, Autumn Leaves, and You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone, to name a few. The list of talented singers include Judy Philbin, DK Philbin, Roy Henry, Jimmy Thorton, Joyce & Dave Anderson, Maggie Wright, Kit Johnson, and Bob Nations, Swing dancers from Cal-Poly, Cayucos Tappers, GRADS, Suspended Motion and other special guest artists.

Net proceeds from the show are donated to The Parkinson Alliance for Parkinson Research to help find a cure. There are over 400 people in our area alone with this devastating disease.

Find out more »

A Girl for All Seasons

October 11 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Saturday and Sunday until October 12, 2014

Presented by the Central Coast Follies

What makes a group of vintage senior tap dancers, a super talented director/choreographer, outstanding community talent from ages 5 to 85, a beautiful theater, and a meaningful charity be able to continue performing for 12 years running and who are they?? They are the Central Coast Follies and their meaningful charity is Parkinson research. They have been able to donate $273,500 throughout the past 11 years. This year, they hope to surpass the $300,000 mark. Their success comes from having wonderful audiences and community support for much needed research of a devastating disease, a super star show with great music, dancing, singing and surprise acts every year, thanks to the creative energy of their award winning Director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat.

This year’s musical is “A Girl for all Seasons” with singing, dancing, and music representing all months and seasons of the year. As always, it is a fun, family show that has the audience humming the tunes and tapping their feet all day long. Some of the shows tunes include: April Showers Medley, Lazy Days of Summer, Lusty Month of May, Beautiful Girls, Summer Wine, Autumn Leaves, and You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone, to name a few. The list of talented singers include Judy Philbin, DK Philbin, Roy Henry, Jimmy Thorton, Joyce & Dave Anderson, Maggie Wright, Kit Johnson, and Bob Nations, Swing dancers from Cal-Poly, Cayucos Tappers, GRADS, Suspended Motion and other special guest artists.

Net proceeds from the show are donated to The Parkinson Alliance for Parkinson Research to help find a cure. There are over 400 people in our area alone with this devastating disease.

Find out more »

A Girl for All Seasons

October 11 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Saturday and Sunday until October 12, 2014

Presented by the Central Coast Follies

What makes a group of vintage senior tap dancers, a super talented director/choreographer, outstanding community talent from ages 5 to 85, a beautiful theater, and a meaningful charity be able to continue performing for 12 years running and who are they?? They are the Central Coast Follies and their meaningful charity is Parkinson research. They have been able to donate $273,500 throughout the past 11 years. This year, they hope to surpass the $300,000 mark. Their success comes from having wonderful audiences and community support for much needed research of a devastating disease, a super star show with great music, dancing, singing and surprise acts every year, thanks to the creative energy of their award winning Director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat.

This year’s musical is “A Girl for all Seasons” with singing, dancing, and music representing all months and seasons of the year. As always, it is a fun, family show that has the audience humming the tunes and tapping their feet all day long. Some of the shows tunes include: April Showers Medley, Lazy Days of Summer, Lusty Month of May, Beautiful Girls, Summer Wine, Autumn Leaves, and You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone, to name a few. The list of talented singers include Judy Philbin, DK Philbin, Roy Henry, Jimmy Thorton, Joyce & Dave Anderson, Maggie Wright, Kit Johnson, and Bob Nations, Swing dancers from Cal-Poly, Cayucos Tappers, GRADS, Suspended Motion and other special guest artists.

Net proceeds from the show are donated to The Parkinson Alliance for Parkinson Research to help find a cure. There are over 400 people in our area alone with this devastating disease.

Find out more »
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