A yearlong celebration of the Liberty Theater’s 90th birthday and the 10th anniversary of its grand reopening begins Jan.24 in the theater.
The day begins with a free open house from 1 to 3 p.m. with birthday cake, tours and some surprises.
At 5:15 p.m. a celebration dinner will be served in the McTavish Room. Seating is limited to 150; table seating for groups is available.
The dinner ticket also includes a concert of storytelling, classical and contemporary music.
The 7 p.m. performance is “The Road to Carnegie Hall,” featuring tenor Ken Lavigne.
Lavigne has, for the past nine years, performed on many world stages, including New York’s Carnegie Hall. He has worked with producer David Foster, performed for Prince Charles and has released his fifth solo CD, entitled “Showtime.” Visit kenlavigne.com to hear him sing.
Tickets to the combined dinner and concert are $90 and are being sold only through the Liberty box office. Tickets to the concert only are $25 and also are available at the Liberty box office. Call 503-325-5922, ext. 55 or Ticketswest.com 1-800-992-8499. For more information, visit www.liberty-theater.org