NORTH FORK — Squirrel Cage Theatre Co.’s Spring Fling will be presented on Friday and Saturday, Apr. 29 and 30, at the North Fork Town Hall.
This year’s event will celebrate the return of the rain to the central Sierra, featuring music to lift the spirit and welcome the burgeoning of spring.
Janice Noga will serve as the evening’s emcee, with the North Fork Community Choir reviving such favorites as “Deep River,” “Wade in the Water,” and Toto’s “Africa.”
Dave Cicoletti and his talented family band will open the second act, followed by local favorite Sugar Pine.
Roz Thrapp is orchestrating a dinner of baked chicken, with salad and homemade rolls, and the Boosters will host the bar.
Dinner starts at 6 p.m., and the show kicks off at 7 o’clock. Cost is $12 for dinner and the show, children under 12 are just $6, and there is a special price of $30 for the entire immediate family.
Squirrel Cage Theatre Co.’s mission is to keep the arts and music alive and thriving in North Fork, and provide scholarships to students going on to college studies in the arts.