Gala with dinner and musical event
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Barbara Lipstadt and Robin Mattathias
Barbara Lipstadt and Robin Mattathias
DOVER- The opening gala for MHCA, formally Memorial Hall Center for the Arts, will be held on Tuesday, July 17, at the Inn at Saw Mill Farm, the upscale and beautiful inn enhanced by the design touches of architect Rod Williams. Beginning at 6 pm with a glass of wine, a short musical program will be performed by Barbara Lipstadt, piano, Robin Matathias, flute, and Jessica Thomson, soprano, at 6:30 pm. This will be followed by a four-course dinner with choice of entree at 7 pm. This event opens the 2012 MHCA season and will include a short presentation. Tickets are $45/person; see for menu.

This season there will not be a physical box office. For a full listing of events visit There, patrons will also find an order form that can be used to order tickets via mail. Order forms are also available at the Mountaineer Inn, Handle Road, West Dover, and at the Mount Snow Valley Chamber of Commerce, Main Street, Wilmington. Patrons may also leave a message at (802) 464-8411, including all the information on the order form, or leave their name and phone number, and a person will return the call within 24 hours.

Celebrating its sixteenth season, MHCA is a 501(c)(3) charitable arts organization supported by ticket sales, member and corporate donations, and fundraisers.

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