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Unwrap the Magic

0 Written by: | Monday, Dec 10, 2012 1:00pm

In all the endless errands we’re running this time of year, getting the photo ops with Santa, that gift card for the school librarian, and the horrific process of drafting the annual Family Holiday Newsletter, it’s easy to become focused on the little things and not take time to step back and just be appreciative.  At least Santa can be found in an array of convenient locations this year, the school librarian is wonderful enough to merit that extra thought, and you have enough patient family and friends who will glaze over your newsletter while they’re drinking their coffee.

Tomorrow night,  kill two birds with one stone: give yourself a break from all the errands while simultaneously benefitting a worthy cause.  Pathfinders for Autism and St. Elizabeth School are the beneficiaries of this one-night-only performance, Unwrap the Magic, taking place at 7:30p at Kraushaar Auditorium at Goucher’s campus in Towson.  Grammar-winning, Tony-nominee, Broadway and Dukes of Hazzard star Tom Wopat will be leading the holiday show, accompanied by local performers from the Friends School Chamber Choir, the Susquehanna Youth Ballet, and the elite dancers of the EMC Performance Art Studio.

Tickets  are $35, and can be purchased online at www.pathfindersforautism.org or by calling (443) 330-5370.

Where:
Kraushaar Auditorium
Goucher College
1021 Dulaney Valley Rd
Baltimore, MD

When:
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
7:30p

Why:
To give yourself a well-deserved break this holiday season while supporting a wonderful cause.

Cost:
$35

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