Cape May Jazz Singer to Headline Bridgeton Library Festival

BRIDGETON - Lois Smith, a jazz singer from Cape May, will be featured at the Bridgeton Library’s Annual Jazz Festival on Sunday, August 23, at 3 p.m.
The festival, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, will take place on the main floor of the library,  located at 150 East Commerce Street.
Smith is known as “a sassy vocalist,” she sings a combination of jazz favorites such as I Got the World on a String and Blackberry Winter. She also includes a few gospel numbers as well. Smith will be accompanied by Bill McGrady on the keyboards.
Tickets for the event are $15 per person or $25 per couple.  They can be purchased at the library up the time of the concert on Sunday, August 23rd.
In addition to the music, the price of admission will include snacks and beverages during the intermission. There will also be a silent auction conducted during the intermission.
Proceeds from the event will be used by the Friends of the Library to support the needs of library, such as purchasing new media material, programs for children and computer maintenance.
The library’s jazz festival is being supported in part through funding from the Cumberland County Heritage Commission.

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