Tickets are needed to attend the Sunday programs. Our highly professional Sunday programs are best enjoyed by our adult patrons. The parking lot door on the side of the building will be open to facilitate seating (the main doors of the library are not open on Sundays). Please come on time. The Sunday programs start promptly at 2PM. District 17 Residents can pick up tickets for the Sunday program starting the Monday two weeks before. If any tickets remain, they will be available to non-District 17 residents at the door on the afternoon of the performance.
Popular Music Through the Decades: ’40s-’80s with Tony DiBetta: Sunday, September 20
Tony sang on the street corners and subway stations of Brooklyn, N.Y. during the late fifties and made his professional debut in 1978 as the lead vocalist/front man of the wedding and lounge band Starfire.
History of Jazz: Sunday, October 18
New York based drummer and bandleader Ian Petillo keeps it swingin’ and dynamic with his jazz band. For twenty years, he has dedicated himself to jazz and the blues in their most authentic forms. His versatility and artistry amplifies what traditional American music is about.
Life Is…: Sunday, October 25
Join Rochelle and Paul for a wonderful program of music and song celebrating LIFE! Hear favorites including: “That’s Life,” “Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries,” and “Life is Easy” sung by this very talented husband and wife duo who have performed in cabarets around the metropolitan area.
A Tribute to the Great American Songbook: Sunday, November 8
Bob Stewart, who has been called one of the ten best male singers by Downbeat Magazine, is here sing you some of his favorite songs.
The Oscars Show: Sunday, November 15
Diva Naomi Zeitlin returns to sing great songs that have won Oscars over the years!
Come to the Cabaret: Sunday, November 29
Join Diana Templeton for an afternoon at the Cabaret.