10th Annual Little Apple Fall Follies benefits the arts in the ICSD

Once again the Rotary and Savage Clubs of Ithaca are teaming up with the Ithaca City School District’s Fine and Performing Arts Program for the 10th Annual Little Apple Fall Follies, aka LAFF. This two-hour show features a wide array of talented local performers, with 100% of the proceeds going to community grants and area youth arts programs.

This year’s show will be at Ithaca High School’s Kulp Auditorium beginning at 7:00PM on Saturday, October 5th. Tickets are $12 and are available online at http://www.savageclubofithaca.com/ or at the door.

This family-friendly variety show features the diverse talents of Margaret Wakeley, Jim Scarpulla, Steven Stull, Lynn Craver, Armstrong School of Dance, The Ithaca High School Men’s and Women’s Choirs, Magician James Warren, and music ranging from Broadway to Jazz to Folk to Barbershop. Plenty of free parking is available. Doors open at 6:30.

Emcees for the show are Brett Bossard, Executive Director of Cinemapolis, and Joey Steinhagen, Artistic Director of Running to Places.

Ithaca Rotary grants promote the quality of life in Tompkins County and the greater Ithaca area. Past grant recipients include Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes, Ithaca ReUse Center and Family Reading Partnership. The Savage Club makes annual donations to community arts organizations that include the Community School of Music and Arts, Women’s Works, Vitamin L Chorus, and Running to Places Theatre Company.

Additional donations to these community grants programs are gratefully accepted at any time. Checks may be sent to: Rotary Club of Ithaca, P.O. Box 306, Ithaca 14851 OR the Savage Club, 116 Kay Street, Ithaca 14850.

Additional information about the Rotary Club of Ithaca may be found at www.IthacaRotary.com. More on the Savage Club is posted at www.savageclubofithaca.com.