Spirited Events from the Music Club

Frances Hackley, Publicity

The Robson Ranch Music Club has two extremely “Spirited” events coming up, the first of which is our ever-popular Scaryoke. This ghoulish event takes place on Friday, Oct. 28, from 7 to 11 p.m. Tickets are $15. There will be a light meal available for $12. Tickets will be on sale in the lobby of the clubhouse until Wednesday, Oct. 26, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 9 to 11 a.m. Tickets will not be sold at the door for this event. Tickets are also available on PayPal via our website, rrmusicclub.com, for $16 for the dance or $28.50 for the dance and meal, also ending on Oct. 26. Scaryoke is always an awfully good time here at the Ranch. It would be just dreadfully horrifying if you were to miss it! Costumes are not required but do make the evening more thrilling! Come in your funniest, scariest, most bone-chilling, or cheekiest costume, and you could win a prize! Prizes for Scariest, Most Creative, and Funniest will be awarded. The light meal will consist of “Ghoul”ash and Cheddar jalapeno cornbread. In keeping with the spirit of the evening, three special potions will be conjured up at the bar—special “Spirits” like “Choose Your Poison Apple Cider,” “The Witches’ Brew,” and, of course, “The Bloody Mary.” A Virgin Bloody Mary will also be available. Don’t be the one person who misses out on this most beguiling and amusing event! Tickets go fast! So, get on your broom, your dragon, or your horsey, wave your magic wand, or flap your wings and fly on up and grab your tickets!

Soon to follow is the enthusiastically “Spirited” Veterans Day Concert. This annual event is performed by the Robson Ranch Community Choir. Two performances at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. will occur on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11. Come and enjoy a heartfelt and honorable tribute to our nation’s veterans. This concert is always a crowd-pleasing community favorite. The choir will sing a stirring new song, “An Honor To Serve,” a tribute to an admiral held P.O.W. during the Vietnam War, as well as standards “God Bless America,” “America,” and “The Star-Spangled Banner.” A tear will come to your eye when you hear “Goin’ Home,” as well as “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s my Brother.” If that is not enough, our men in the choir will put a lump in your throat as they sing “Tell My Father.” By the end of the concert, everyone will be a little taller as they stand with chests bursting full of pride and heads held high during “A Salute To The Armed Forces.” Tickets will be on sale every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday beginning Oct. 24 through Nov. 9 in the lobby of the clubhouse from 9 to 11 a.m. Tickets are also available on PayPal via our website rrmusicclub.com for $16 and at the door for $17. Veterans on the S.O.T. list of veterans may receive a free ticket.