The Sounds Of Sunnybrook dance band will entertain Friday night
SANATOGA PA – A gourmet meal and American holiday standards presented by the big band Sounds Of Sunnybrook are scheduled Friday (Dec. 4, 2015) beginning at 6:30 p.m., as historic Sunnybrook Ballroom presents its annual Holiday Ball. The event, at 50 Sunnybrook Rd., is open to the public. Tickets are available now online.
The gala provides area residents with an opportunity to “take a break from the holiday hustle and bustle, put on your finest, and come celebrate the holidays,” Sunnybrook representative Denise Bruno said.
After a dinner from the restaurant’s menu, guests will be entertained by and can “dance the night away to our very own house band as they present an elegant evening,” she added. The Sounds of Sunnybrook has entertained audiences across the Lehigh Valley, as well as in Berks, Chester and Montgomery counties.
The meal includes Sautéed Chicken Francaise with Lemon Caper Sauce, Grilled Salmon with Chef’s Sauce Du Jour, Roasted Pork Loin, and a carving station featuring Carved Roast Sirloin Au Jus
served with horseradish cream and French mustard.
Doors open at 6:30, with dinner served until 8:30 p.m. The entertainment begins at 8. Reservations are required. Tickets cost $45 per person, and are available here.
Sunnybrook Ballroom was re-opened in 2008 as an entertainment venue through the work of community volunteers. Its casual fine dining restaurant, and Chummy’s Lounge, were re-opened in 2011. The venue is owned and operated by the SunnyBrook Foundation.
During the heyday of big band music, the ballroom was a regular stop on the tours of all of the era’s big bands, including Benny Goodman, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra, and Louis Armstrong.
Photos from Google Images and Sunnybrook Ballroom