Friday, August 17th
171 Westview Meadows Rd.
Main Dining Room
Be guided through the life of Frank Sinatra, which was punctuated by meteoric shifts of popularity and despondency. Sway with some of the songs that Sinatra immortalized—“Strangers in the Night,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “My Way,” “The Way You Look Tonight,” “Three Coins in a Fountain,” “New York, New York” – and marvel at the Chairman of the Board, who could glide seamlessly between intimate relationships with gangsters, U. S. Presidents, prize fighters and film sirens. Enjoy clips from these films and others, including Guys and Dolls with Marlon Brando, Pal Joey co-starring Rita Hayworth and Kim Novak, The Manchurian Candidate and two of Cole Porter’s movie scores, Can-Can and High Society, which paired Sinatra with his childhood idol, Bing Crosby.
This is a free and public event that is handicap accessible. For more information please contact Nicole Dupont, Activities Coordinator, at (802) 223-1068 ext. 3 or email [email protected]