Glimpses: Amy and Freddy at Camp, Movie Bear Snow Tubing Event, One Voice Mixed Chorus 25th Anniversary

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Amy and Freddy at Camp

Amy and Freddy – the First Fifteen Years Actors Theater of Minnesota presents Amy and Freddy for one night only at Camp Bar and Cabaret on January 18.

Based out of Chicago, Amy Armstrong and Freddy Allen have been performing their one-of-a-kind act together for fifteen years, from coast-to-coast in over twenty countries, and have performed with everyone from Kathy Griffith to Mary Wilson and the Supremes.

Amy sings with her powerhouse of a voice, and Allen plays the piano, with the occasional backup vocals. In between songs, the two go back-and-forth with bawdy banter that has audiences laughing even before the punch line.

 

Camp Bar and Cabaret
490 North Robert St., Saint Paul,
Info and tickets visit AmyAndFreddy.BrownPaperTickets.com or call 800-838-3006. VIP tickets, preferred seating available.

 

Movie Bear Snow Tubing Event

Saturday, January 19, brings the Seventh Annual Movie Bear Snow Tubing Event. Pre-tubing dinner will be at the Oak Park Heights Ruby Tuesday’s 5–7 PM at 13375 60th Street N, Oak Park Heights.

Tubers will gather at Green Acres Recreation, 8989 55th Street N., Lake Elmo at the lower Chalet, from 7:30 – 10:30 PM; tubing from 8-10. Membership and Events Chairman Rick Perry advises, “Bring heavy winter gloves that you can grab a rope with; insulated boots, (not tennis shoes); and wear layers of warm clothes, tucked in to keep snow out.

Participants must print out and sign a waiver. For more details on this and costs, check out the Movie Bears Facebook page.

 

One Voice Mixed Chorus 25th Anniversary

One Voice Presents 25th Anniversary Concert Celebrating a quarter century, One Voice Mixed Chorus (OVMC) kicks off 2013 with its We Are One Voice 25th Anniversary Concert, January 26.

“Twenty five years ago, the world was still a lonely and unsafe place for GLBTQ people,” notes new Executive Director Carol Bauer, and hatred, discrimination and violence were still widespread in 1988. “This is the genius of One Voice. Through inspired songs and personal storytelling in our communities and our schools, One Voice is transforming hearts and minds and making the world a better place—not only for GLBTQ people, but for all people. Together, we are changing the world—one voice at a time.”

 

The Cowles Center
528 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis
www.thecowlescenter.org or www.ovmc.org

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