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SPECIAL EVENT | Madrigal Feast 

Who doesn't love the combination of dinner and a show? Partake in the delights of both in one sitting at Monroe Community College's 3rd Annual Madrigal Feast. On Friday, December 7, pretend to be a lord or lady for the evening and put on your best old English accent. Medieval musicians and singers will entertain throughout the night while you feast away on traditional food. Music and culinary delights will not be the only things to keep you occupied, however. Be prepared for a variety of games and skits throughout the night. If you're feeling particularly festive, come decked out in your most refined Renaissance garb.

The feast starts at 6:30 p.m. at Forum 3-130 in the Warshof Conference Center of the MCC Flynn Campus Center, Building 3, Parking Lot M. Tickets cost $15. For more information, contact the Office of Student Life and Leadership Development at 292-2000 ext. 2534. Purchase tickets at monroecctickets.com.

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