'Cabaret and Cabernet' Served at COS-SJCC Dec. 5

Chocolate and wine will be on the menu as Congregation Ohr Shalom - Summit JCC (COS-SJCC) hosts "Cabaret and Cabernet." 
SUMMIT, NJ - The tempting trio of music, chocolate and wine will be on the menu as Congregation Ohr Shalom - Summit JCC (COS-SJCC) hosts "Cabaret and Cabernet," an elegant evening of wine and chocolate tasting followed by a musical cabaret show. The unique event takes place December 5, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The Congregation’s talented and versatile singers and musicians will present selections for all musical palettes, ranging from Broadway and Classical, to Jazz and Contemporary music. Well-known local pianist and community member, Dave Davis, will perform solo and provide accompaniment for other performers.
An array of chocolate and other refreshments will complement the wine tasting, with select wines available for purchase the evening of the Cabaret; payable by cash or check only.  

The show is open to all members of the community, with admission at the door priced at $36. For more information, contact cabaretohrshalom@gmail.com, or call the COS-SJCC office at 908 273 8130. 
Congregation Ohr Shalom - Summit Jewish Community Center is located at 67 Kent Place Boulevard.

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