Lil Red Riding Hood performance benefits local charities

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With dancers from the Lake Arrowhead Ballet Studio and a shining, shimmying chorus of Mt Calvary members on stage to frame the crazy antics, this show is one not to miss. Raising money for the Mountain Homeless Coalition and the Lutheran Social Services’ new homeless shelter, please support this unique show – but great news – Kids are free!
Bring Granny and Grandad, the kids, the teens and your friends and laugh out loud at this fast-paced offering.
All shows are at Mt Calvary Lutheran Church, Lake Arrowhead( behind the high school) at 27415 School Rd, Lake Arrowhead. Tickets can be purchased online at $15 for adults. Enjoy a silent auction and bake sale before the show.
Show Times:
Friday April 21 7pm,
Saturday April 22 2pm and 7pm
Friday April 28 7pm
Saturday April 29 – 2pm


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