The "Jewish/Baptist Interfaith Comedy Hour” will be held at The Palace on July 17 to benefit Eastern Area Community Ministries. This fast-moving, 60-minute presentation combines the life experiences of two men from profoundly different backgrounds who share their vision of what life in a multicultural world should be. Mark Klein is a professional comedian and Dr. Steve McSwain is an author, spiritual mentor and Baptist Minister.
This event will be held in “Faces Lobby” of The Palace, so seating is limited. The deadline to order tickets is June 30. Doors will open at 5 p.m.
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