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Love, Faith, & Hope, Inc. Presents:

The CP Lacey Show

C.P. Lacey

Friday, November 30, 2018~7:30 p.m.

Merced Theatre Merced, CA

Performing at the Apollo is a mark of success for any sort of entertainer, to have stood on the same stage where legends like Ella Fitzgerald, Destiny's Child, and James Brown all got their start is especially poignant for African-American Performers. To become a legend at the Apollo is to be entrusted with carrying that sacred torch for those that came before, and all those who would come after. So you can imagine what it means when we say that C.P. Lacey is a powerful figure on that August stage, and is honored as "the man of a thousand disguises".


C.P. Lacey is renowned for his abilities as a Celebrity Tribute Artist, slipping on the guise and personality of famed artists with the same ease as we slip on a t-shirt and jeans. With the application of a certain set of clothing, a shift in his demeanor, and an alteration of his voice he completely embodies the celebrities whose legacy he is honored with carrying on. C.P. Lacey certainly has the talent and aplomb to be a big name is any venue he would choose to approach, but instead he has held the torch at the Apollo for 30 years, and it is a position he is honored to have.





Ebony Socialites' 47th Annual Black &  White Ball

Please Join The Ebony Socialites   for their 47th Annual Black & White Ball Saturday, December 1, 2018 @ 6:00 p.m. – Midnight

 Hors D’oeuvres & No Host Bar 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Buffet Dinner 7:30  p.m. Dancing 8:30 p.m. – Midnight


 Live Band Anthony Young & the Old School

Atwater Community Center, 760 Bellevue Road, Atwater, CA

Donation: $55.00 per person

50/50 Raffle to Support our Scholarship Fund & Other Public Service Projects


Call Lula Powell 358-9507 for more information.

San Joaquin International Film Festival‎10th San Joaquin

International Film Festival

The San Joaquin International Film Festival celebrate 10 years with two days of great stories and the best cinema from up-and-coming talents to seasoned artists and masters of filmmaking.


December 15:


5:00 PM: WILDLIFE by Paul Dano, starring Carey Mulligan & Jake Gyllenhaal



7:10 PM: 1985 by Yen Tan, starring Cory Michael Smith, Virginia Madsen, Michael Chiklis, Jamie Chung






December 16:




3:00 PM: SHOPLIFTERS by Hirokazu Kore-eda, starring Lily Frank, Ando Sakura, Matsuoka Mayu, Kiki Kilin



5:30 PM: GENESIS 2.0 by Christian Frei



8:00 PM: THE ETRUSCAN SMILE by Oded Binnum and Mihal Brezis, starring Brian Cox, Rosanna Arquette, Thora Birch, JJ Feild.


Individual program tickets are $9-$11. The full festival pass is $70, and includes priority entry.





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