SUMMIT, NJ - The venue has changed but the opportunity to see many of the best and brightest Summit middle and high school performers remains the same, as the Summit Performing Arts Resource Committee (SPARC) has announced that 'SPARC’ling Evening of Song' -- its largest fundraiser of the year -- will now be held at the Columbian Club on Friday, November 1, from 7:30 - 11 p.m.

The night will feature Broadway and pop vocal selections, humorous forensics performances, and music on the turntable by DJ Danny Roselle. Attendees will also have the chance to win some great items in a silent auction and a reverse auction, the proceeds of which directly fund specific needs within the performing arts programs.

A limited number of tickets -- priced at $75 per person -- remain, and include a hot and cold hors d’oeuvres buffet, desserts and one drink ticket. To purchase tickets visit

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The Summit Performing Arts Resource Committee is a non-profit volunteer organization that promotes the performing arts in the Summit public schools, recognizes student achievements, and continuously enriches the programs and productions through advocacy, financial support, and educational initiatives. These programs have produced award-winning theater, nationally ranked forensics and inspired public speakers and dancers.

The Columbian Club is located at 50 Harvard Street.