GREENFIELD – The Warren Cultural Center in Greenfield will mark six years of bringing the arts and economic growth to the area with a celebration and annual fundraiser on Saturday, March 3.
The evening begins with social hour at 5:30 p.m., followed by a meal catered by Henry A. Wallace Country Life Center at 6:30 p.m. Hear about the successes of the past year and plans for the future. Then sit back and be entertained by cabaret singer Mary Carrick.
Making a return appearance on Warren Cultural Center stage, Carrick is a multi-faceted and versatile performer, known for her lush and shimmering vocals, and her ability to truthfully interpret a song. The Omaha recording artist is equally at home with cabaret, musical theater, jazz and contemporary music styles. She says she finds joy in putting her personal spin on standards from the Great American Songbook and musical theater, and uncovering obscure tunes and great songs from emerging composers.
Carrick made her Chicago cabaret debut in 2012 with her one-woman show “On My Way” and currently tours extensively across the Midwest. Her latest album “Let’s Fly” was released in 2014.
Tickets for the event are $30 and must be purchased in advance by Feb. 28. Tickets can be purchased on www.warrenculturalcenter.com or through Ed & Eva’s on the Greenfield Square.