Legendary Lucie Blue Tremblay to Perform April 6-7
On the Saturday and Sunday before Women’s FEST, singer-songwriter Lucie Blue Tremblay will be on stage at CAMP Rehoboth Community Center in a pre-FEST performance. The popular songwriter and singer will appear on Saturday, April 6 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 7 at 3 p.m. Tickets are available here.
Lucie Blue Tremblay has been making music since she was five, first playing drums, then taking up guitar and piano. She’s been writing and recording—as well as performing—since 1982, recording with Olivia Records and touring extensively in the US and Canada. Her whistle became a trademark, and her concerts are personal experiences; her songs go straight to the hearts of her audiences.
From 2005 to 2011, Lucie Blue and Patricia Odom dedicated their time and efforts to an original project for breast cancer education. It was a non-stop commitment, taking them over 92,000 miles across the US and Canada. Lucie’s most recent CD, Counting My Blessings, has been described as “powerful, funny, festive, positive, and happy.”
Tickets are certain to sell out for this performance in the intimate community center setting. ▼
CROP and Chorus Go Together!
CROP stands for CAMP Rehoboth Outreach Program, and for CROP members, one of their favorite collaborations is with the CAMP Rehoboth Chorus. In December, an ensemble of chorus members entertained the kids at Burton Village at their annual holiday party while CROP volunteers assisted with the celebration. A dozen children demonstrated their painting skills, producing little snowmen using acrylics, followed by singing carols along with the chorus. Following the entertainment, the kids received donated hats and gloves collected at CAMP Rehoboth.
CROP reciprocated in February, sending a team of dapper ushers to each of three CAMP Rehoboth Chorus concert performances at Epworth Church. In addition to handing out programs and taking tickets, CROP ushers collected a record amount of donations for the Music & Memory program and managed the collection of audience surveys. ▼
Tuesday, April 2, two shifts: 3-5 p.m.—Cook a meal at Epworth Church; 6-8 p.m.—Serve the meal at the Immanuel Homeless Shelter.
Friday, April 12, 9-11:30 a.m.—CROP returns to Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding Center for its annual Women’s FEST project.
Email here if you are interested.
Risqué Comes to Town March 30
The Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus will bring their Brotherly Love small select ensemble to Rehoboth on March 30, with shows at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. The show, an adult-themed cabaret called Risqué, comes to town direct from performances in Philly. Tickets available here. ▼