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The Lakeside Performing Arts Series at St. James’ opens its doors to the entire Skaneateles community,
and beyond, by offering musical and artistic performances that have enchanted audiences since time in memoriam
 

In 2022, LPAS will present several concerts/presentations in collaboration with St. James’ Racial Justice and Reconciliation Commission theme for 2022 – Open and Curious: An Invitation to Learn about Racism and Social Justice, featuring performers from Syracuse University, and others, who will engage the audience in cultural conversation after their performances.

 
Lakeside Performing Arts Series & St. James’ Racial Justice & Reconciliation Commission
Present
America the Beautiful
Sunday, February 27th
4:00pm-6:00pm
St. James’ Church Skaneateles
96 E. Genesee Street Skaneateles, New York
Cost: Suggested Donation of $10 per adult
(Masks Required for all who enter the St. James’ Church Building)
 
More About Singing Notes And Slinging Jokes: America the Beautiful-CLICK HERE
 
Join us for an exciting afternoon of music, song, storytelling, and laughter from “America’s cutest couple.” Singer/songwriter SingTrece and comedian Kenneth McLaurin, partners in life and creativity, take audiences on a journey of songs and stories about life and love, all centered around laughter. Together on stage, the pair are the classic case of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. Vocally trained in opera and gospel, SingTrece is a powerful live performer whose voice has been called ”milk and honey to the ears.” Whether singing gospel, jazz, blues, soul, or R&B, SingTrece puts her heart and soul into every note she sings. Her motto is “to change the world one positive note at a time.” Kenneth, a southern boy living in Upstate NY, serves up his southern fried outlook on parenting, marriage, divorce, popular culture, race, and life in general, keeping audiences laughing with his infectious energy and affable nature. Kenneth’s take on life, love and American Dreams is witty, thought-provoking, sometimes shocking, but always funny. “Life’s a joke, find the funny” is his life’s motto. This program is sponsored by the Lakeside Performing Arts Series and St. James’ Racial Justice & Reconciliation Commission. It is the first in a year-long series of performances around the theme of “Open and Curious: An Invitation to Learn about Racism and Social Justice.” Each performance will invite the audience to see the world from a new perspective and will include the opportunity for the audience to connect directly with the artists and each other.
 
 
For more information on St. James’ Racial Justice & Reconciliation Commission-visit:
https://www.stjamesskan.org/racial-justice-reconciliation-commission/
For more information on St. James’ Episcopal Church Skaneateles
Visit: StJamesSkan.org
Facebook.com/StJamesSkaneateles or @StJamesSkaneateles
 
 
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