Dickens Opera Benefit – Happy Smackah
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Dickens Opera Benefit

Dickens Opera Benefit

On March 20, 2011, Posted by , In 2011 Happy Smackah,Events, With 2 Comments

The historic Dickens Opera House in downtown Longmont will be hosting an entertainment and social event to benefit Dan Cribby.

Originally built in 1881 by William Henry Dickens, a relative of the famous author Charles Dickens, the Dickens Opera House offers live music, shows, and entertainment weekly.

Current owners Sean and Lynn Owens have generously donated the venue for the Dan Cribby benefit event. Join us on May 14th, from 5:00 to 8:00 PM.  Tickets include food, live music performed by Kevin Dooley and his gang of musicians, and a cash bar.

Although the suggested donation for tickets is $100 per person and $150 per couple, you are welcome to make a donation in any amount you wish.  Please join us for a night of friends, food and live music to raise funds for Dan.  The Dickens Opera House is located at 302 Main Street.

To join us for a fantastic evening, as we raise money together to help Dan and Karen, register and purchase tickets here.



2 Comments so far:

  1. kevin dooley says:

    . The evening at The Dickens will be very fun!!! great food and friendshipand a fantastic cause. Live music from 5:15 til 7:45 as we need to clear the stage for Wendy Woo at 9PM> . Great family friends playing for the benfit are: Ken Morse starting the evening with some solo ballads and Kane Hollings and Bluegrass Friends and then Kevin Dooley with Chris Engleman from E-TOWN on Bass ,DR. Steve Mullins on Mandolin and Nylon string guitar and a flamenco piece or two. Andy Langford on Dobro and Paul Kitcek on Fiddle and hopefully a guest apprarence from Beth (very pregnant,so it’s if the delivery will allow) Gadbaw singing a song or two.Hope to see you there.

    • Dan Clancy says:

      Hey Kevin, my two daughters plan to play/sing a song too. We are all so looking forward to seeing you all!

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