Musical Interlude with the Saengerchor of Clark. The Saengerchor a non-profit, all men’s chorus will perform at 4:00pm on May 21, 2017 at the Deutscher Club, 787 Featherbed Lane, Clark NJ. The Saengerchor will entertain their audience with well-known German & Americans songs. Sing, sway, and tap your toes to the glorious sounds of this award-wining chorus! The $20.00pp ticket cost, includes the Concert and a Family-Style Dinner. Beverages and dessert are available for purchase. Don’t miss this delightful, musical afternoon! Seats are filling up! To avoid sell-out conditions, order your tickets today; call Joe Weuste (908) 756-1783, Bernie Falk at (908) 322-5785 or Fred Paul at (908) 276-3525. Ticket Sales End on May 11, 2017.
Musical Interlude with the Saengerchor of Clark, May 21
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