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20 Sunday / March 20, 2016

Kroger Sunday Sowcase with Misty Stevens, Mark Stonecipher and Rick LeDune

12:00 pm to 03:00 pm
Kroger Grocer Store - 1175 South College Mall Rd., Bloomington IN 47401

Today’s Kroger Sunday Showcase will be special with the queen of Bluegrass – Misty Stevens taking the stage with her hubby and co-writer – Mark Stonecipher. Joining Misty & Mark will be Rick LeDune, known for his down home Southern Rock, Country Alternative style. Why not swing over to the Kroger Grocery store (east location) today and enjoy an afternoon of great food (Deli offers up freshly made offerings – as well as grilled food and prepared hot food, Starbucks is only a few steps from the stage area which is located next to Murray’s world famous Cheese Shoppe – say hello to LIZ while you’re there!) . . . a delightful way to spend your Sunday early afternoons! AND – you can shop for groceries when your finished enjoying LIVE MUSIC – win, win, win!

Entertainment / Live Music

20 Sunday / March 20, 2016

Grove City College Touring Choir

07:30 pm to 09:00 pm
Faith Lutheran Church (2200 S. High St.)

The Grove City College Touring Choir, under the direction of Professor of Music, Dr. Katherine Mueller, is a select group of forty-five singers. The choir consists of students from a variety of academic majors and tours annually during the Spring semester throughout various regions of the United States. The GCC Touring Choir members desire to make beautiful music using the gifts and talents given them by God. In addition to the spring tour, the choir performs for churches, colleges, and community events in the western Pennsylvania area. Past honors include performing for the Music Educators’ National Conference Eastern Division Conventions, the American Choral Directors Association, with the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra, the Erie Symphony Orchestra, and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, with which the choir will be singing again the first week of April.

Everyone is invited to enjoy this free evening of choral music featuring works by Fauré, Bernstein, Debussy, Poulenc, Hogan, Clausen, and more!

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