‘Vaudeville in the Tri-Cities’ is lunch program topic Jan. 9 at TCHM

Kevin Collier, Grand Haven Tribune writer and local resident, has been researching locals who made a living traveling the vaudeville circuit. The Lyman Twins are just one act Collier will be talking about when he presents "Vaudeville and the Tri-Cities,' a look into area residents who made their name in vaudeville from 1895-1933.
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Dec 26, 2011

 

could take in a vaudeville show.

Kevin Collier, Grand Haven Tribune writer and local resident, has been researching local individuals who made a living traveling the vaudeville circuit. The Lyman Twins are just one act Collier will be talking about when he presents “Vaudeville and the Tri-Cities,” a look into area residents who made their name in vaudeville from 1895-1933. 

 Collier’s presentation is part of the Tri-Cities Historical Museum’s Brown Bag Luncheon Series. It will take place at 11:30 a.m. Monday, Jan. 9, 2012, at the museum’s main location, 200 Washington Ave. in downtown Grand Haven.

Bring a lunch and learn about these local acts that entertained during the era of vaudeville. 

For more information about this free program, call 842-0700.

 

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