Lake St. Clair Symphony Orchestra Performs, Hosts Nautical Nibble
The Lake St. Clair Symphony Orchestra performs Sunday, and will host its annual Nautical Nibble taste fest Tuesday.
Supporters of the Lake St. Clair Symphony Orchestra will have two different opportunities this week to support the organization and please a variety of their senses.
The orchestra will perform Sunday with a number of selections to please the ear, and then will host annual Nautical Nibble fundraiser Tuesday at the Blossom Heath Inn which features a number of dishes to please the palate.
The orchestra, which features members from high school to those in the 70s, will be performing a "A Step Into the Future" Sunday featuring selections from "My Fair Lady," the "Die Fledermaus Overture," and the "5th Symphony (Reformation)" by Felix Mendelssohn.
There is a suggested donation of $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and K-12 students $5 for the performance at 3 p.m. Sunday at Lake Shore Presbyterian Church.
Foodies and supporters of the Lake St. Clair Symphony Orchestra can enjoy unique selections from 19 restaurants from across St. Clair Shores, and the region, at Tuesday's Nautical Nibble at Blossom Heath.
"We are just a small group and this is our biggest fundraiser of the year," said Jack Lawrence, president of the Lake St. Clair Symphony Orchestra. "There will be a tremendous variety of foods we will have available."
The Nautical Nibble, which is sponsored by the Tax Increment Finance Authority, is an important fundraiser for the orchestra to offset the costs of their concerts. Each concert can cost between $6,000 - $8,000, Lawrence said.