Seaford Events
Thursday, April 3, 2003
‘Mark Twain’ one-man show in Seaford Monday
The Seaford Community Concert will present its fourth concert on Monday, April 7, at 8 p.m., at the Seaford High School auditorium. “Mark Twain and the Laughing River” is a one-man show conceived, written and performed by Jim Post, a veteran folk singer and songwriter from Galena, Ill. He requires nothing but a match to light his cigar to look the part. His physical similarity to Samuel Clemens is uncanny. This delightful family-oriented entertainment, is a natural; impersonating Twain in late middle age, Jim Post matches the great-writer’s anecdotes about growing up in Missouri with original songs extolling the mystique of the Mississippi. Did you know that Mark Twain sang with a beautiful tenor voice and played banjo, piano, and guitar, and loved to show off at parties? This discovery gave Post the footing for his own unique interpretation of a musical Twain. Post composed 12 songs, based on true-life stories of Twain’s childhood and wove them into a unique musical presentation of Twain’s humor, from dialogue to song, from stories to historical fact, and from laughter to nostalgia. Admission is through membership only. For more information, call 629-8657, 629-7832, or visit our website at
Victorian Tea
There are a few tables left for the spring Victorian Tea at the Ross Mansion which will be held on Saturday, May 3, at 2 p.m. Charge is $10 per person. Reservations are required. This is an elegant festivity featuring exquisite food in the gracious atmosphere of the restored, historic Governor Ross home on North Pine Street Extended. Servers in costume add to the ambiance of this very popular social. It is under the direction of Jeanne Conner. Seating is arranged with four people at a table. Individual spaces or a whole table may be reserved. For reservations call Anne Nesbitt at 628-7788.

American Legion dinner
The American Legion in Seaford will be selling Hot Roast Beef sandwiches, French fries and coleslaw for a cost of $5, on Friday, April 4, starting at 5:30 p.m.