PELHAM, N.Y Luckily for Pelham residents, there will be something to do for all ages on Saturday.
- The Pelham Music Festival beings at 9 a.m. where Pelham and Pelham Manor students eight to 18 years old will be performing. The program will feature instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. The popular festival, which started in 2004, had 400 students perform at last years event, according to their website. The Pelham Country Club, which will host the event, is not sure when the festival will end due to the overwhelming amount of kids who signed up to perform.
- The Huguenot Nursery School will host a concert put on by childrens music performer Zev Harber at 10 a.m.
- There will be a benefit from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at The Manor Club for Pelham Manor police officer Michael Tillistrand, who was seriously injured while on duty at a traffic stop in November. Dr. Rick Garveys band, The Scrubs, and Dr. Pat Sorentinos band, The Blood Lines, will provide the entertainment for the night. The benefit, which is the night before Super Bowl XLVI, is called Super Bowl Bash, With a Mardi Gras Splash, and all ages are invited. A buffet dinner will be provided by Pine Bar & Grill. Tickets for the benefit are $75 per person. If you pay by check, they should be made payable to the Pelham Manor Police Benevolent Association and mailed to The Manor Club at 1023 Esplanade, Pelham Manor, N.Y. 10803. Donations will also be accepted.
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