“It’s creepy and it’s kooky, mysterious and spooky”… it’s “Music of the Macabre…and More,” a program Oct. 19 to benefit the Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven. The concert, a presentation of the church’s Music Committee, will begin at 7 p.m. The suggested donation is $10 for the program. Light refreshments will follow.
To get you into the spirit of Halloween, you’ll be regaled with spine-tingling music on the organ, some melancholy (and amusing) piano compositions, a couple of tunes from “Jekyll & Hyde,” traditional songs, a bit of ghoulish humor, and chilling stories and poems.
Performers include organist Dwight Thomas, pianist/vocalist Tim Evans, soprano Bonnie Brault, the church choir, and other talented members of the UUSF. Well-known storyteller Toby Dills will regale the audience with a spine-chilling tale.
The church at 102 Green St. is wheelchair accessible via a ramp off the Center Street driveway. For more
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