A Taste of Cayuga

Held September 27, at the Auburn Public Theater.  The event was sponsored and attended by 50 to 60 Black and Hispanic students from Cayuga Community College. It was open to the public and also enjoyed by 20 to 30 divers members of the Auburn community.  The theme of the night was Caribbean and it was enhanced by a very reasonably priced Jamaican and Latin food buffet.  The event lasted two hours (7:30PM to 9:30PM). Although it began as cabaret theatre type thing it culminated with dancing to the sounds of  The SSB.  OriginalReginald

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  • Glenda
    Glenda
    I was there and thoroughly enjoyed your music, had to get up and dance. It was a really nice mingling of young and old as well as cultures - reinforces my belief that music and art brings us together as human beings much more than words and speeches. I look forward to hearing you perform again.

    I was there and thoroughly enjoyed your music, had to get up and dance. It was a really nice mingling of young and old as well as cultures - reinforces my belief that music and art brings us together as human beings much more than words and speeches.
    I look forward to hearing you perform again.

  • FredBassy
    FredBassy
    Thanks for those insightful words. I agree. Every great society known in history have been recognized and identified by the art that it has left behind. We have been able to resurrect volumes of informatiion about ancient civilizations simply by studying its art. The question is can we recognize, identify and rectify the ills of today's society by doing the same.

    Thanks for those insightful words. I agree. Every great society known in history have been recognized and identified by the art that it has left behind. We have been able to resurrect volumes of informatiion about ancient civilizations simply by studying its art. The question is can we recognize, identify and rectify the ills of today's society by doing the same.

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