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An inspiring show to shake off winter doldrums on the horizon

To The Daily Sun,

Had enough of winter? Had enough of snow, ice, sleet, weather forecasts and the like? Well, it's mid February. Spring still seems far off. The days are slowly getting longer, but not fast enough. Maybe you need a little something to help get through the last of the winter doldrums? Maybe something to make you smile or give you a laugh? Interlakes Summer Theatre might have the answer for you.

On Saturday, March 4 at 5:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 5 at 2 p.m., Interlakes Summer Theatre presents a Vintage Variety Extravaganza, a show for the community with members of the community, at Inter-Lakes High School in Meredith. What is this show all about? Simple. The Interlakes production team has scoured the landscape of New Hampshire cities and towns to find the most talented performers and all that talent will be condensed into what will be a great afternoon of fun!

You may see your unassuming and reserve neighbors on the stage at one of these performances singing and dancing their hearts out! Or maybe you'll see a group of employees from your local bank doing their thing. The possibilities are endless. This is a show for the entire family featuring members of the community.

Tickets for this exciting show are $20. You can purchase tickets by calling the theatre at 1-603-707-6035 or by visiting Interlakestheatre.com. It will be a show you won't soon forget!

Vincent Martino
Braintree, Mass.

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