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Rapunzel! Rapunzel! A Very HAIRY Fairytale

Visit an enchanted fairy tale land with dragons, a handsome prince, an evil would-be Queen, a really great hair stylist, and that famous princess with the long, long, long hair! Hold on to your hair and prepare for a brand new magical musical re-telling of the classic fairy tale!

December 7-9

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It’s a Wonderful Life-A Live Radio Play

Hailed as “magical” by The Boston Globe and “fresh and inventive” by the Chicago Sun-Times, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play transposes the cinematic classic (and holiday television tradition) to the theater…

December 13 & 14 at 7:30 pm

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Eve of the Eve: Rolling Out the Red Carpet

Join us for the "grandest" event in town, the 5th annual Eve of the Eve: Rolling Out the Red Carpet on Sunday, December 30th from 6:30 until 11. This black tie fundraising gala is a night filled with great entertainment, music by No Idea, delicious food, open bar, silent/live auction and loads of fun and laughter.

Sunday, December 30, 2018 at 6:30 pm

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The Lafayette Concert Band

FREE CONCERT***FREE CONCERT***

A part of the Lafayette musical community since 1982, the LCB is comprised of 80 talented woodwind, brass and percussion instrumentalists. Members come together on Tuesday evenings to rehearse from late August through June. They travel from more than fifteen communities surrounding Lafayette where they pursue careers as varied as accounting, education, engineering, computer science, homemaking, banking, medicine, law and retirement.

Saturday, December 15 at 7:00 pm

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Introductory photograph provided by Edward Leger