NORTH FORK – A classic car-themed weekend of fun, frivolity and music is planned for the North Fork Town Hall on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6 and 7, as the Squirrel Cage Theatre presents its annual Fall Follies.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with chili, salad and corn bread served up at 6 p.m. There will be vegetarian fare on the menu also, plus desserts, and the Boosters will host the bar.
The Mountain Youth Theatre will kick off the evening, followed by the antics of the Old Geezers played by David Novell, Al Flory and Jim Bradley.
Tammy and the Tonettes were the hit of the evening last year, and return to heat up the stage as Gail Sims, Sue Novell, Robyn Flory and Terri Butler don their 50s beehive hairdos and lament the loss of the “Leader of the Pack.”
The second half of the show is filled with music, featuring Dave and Robyn of Sugar Pine, John Kilburn, Josh Freeman and Rich Sirois, and finally, mountain-area favorite, Good Medicine.
Cost for dinner and the show is just $12 for adults, $6 for kids (12 & under), and $30 covers the immediate family.