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2013-11-27T00:05:00Z Golden Times nwitimes.com
November 27, 2013 12:05 am

Holiday show tickets available

Golden Times will obtain seating for the play "A Fabulous '50s Christmas" at 2 p.m. Dec. 15 at the Towle Theater, 5205 Hohman Ave., Hammond. The production is reminiscent of Christmas specials by Perry Como and Andy Williams. Tickets cost $17. To reserve, send check payable to Golden Times to Barbara Starr, 6305 W. 245th Ave., Lowell, IN 46356. For information, call (219) 552-9518.

Dance celebrates New Year's

The annual New Year's Eve dance will be held at Villa Cesare, 900 Eagle River Drive, Schererville, on Dec. 31. Doors open at 10:45 a.m., meal served at 11:45. Dance to the music of Dick Elliot from 1 to 4 p.m. The new year will be celebrated at 3 p.m. with champagne and favors at every table. Tickets, which also include two complimentary drinks, cost $30 and are available at Citizens Bank, 1720 45th St. in Munster. For information, call Barbara Starr at (219) 552-9518.

Plan for New Orleans trip

Golden Times is sponsoring a motorcoach trip to New Orleans Feb. 9 to 15. Enjoy seven days and six nights, six breakfasts and four dinners, touring and gaming and more. The cost is $519 double occupancy. To reserve, send check payable to Golden Times to George Walker, 9542 Johnson St., Crown Point, IN 46307. For information call (219) 712-7171. Golden Times members only.

All events are for Golden Times members only. To become a member, (must be 55 or older) submit your name, address, date of birth and phone number to Connie Matras, 2850 Norman St., Highland, IN 46322. Please include your check for $5 per person, payable to Golden Times. Questions? Call (219) 923-3678. Annual membership cards are good from Jan 1 to Dec. 31 of the same year and must be renewed every year.

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