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Music and comedy at Sanders

Even with the annual Fall Festival this weekend, you may still find time to take in what is being called a “Musical Variety Comedy Show” at Sanders Winery on Kellogg Road.

The showcase-style performance will feature Jeannine Mason who not only sings but is versatile in skits and sketches.

She sings everything from pop to jazz and other selections from Americana over the years.

Mike Krasner in a stand-up comedian and improv actor from New York. His most recent gig has been an appearance at Planet Hollywood.

Maxx Martin is a favorite from San Francisco Bay and his cultural observation humor allows him to weave a few skits of his own.

Jason Outlaw is no stranger to stage, television or the big screen, and is currently starring at the best man in “Tony N Tina’s Wedding” at Bally’s in Las Vegas.

The show will bring back memories of the great musical variety performances of Carol Burnett, Andy Williams and Dean Martin.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. for free wine tasting and the show starts at 7:30.

Patrons are welcome to bring snacks or a picnic. Beverages are available.

Tickets are $15 per person. Call 727-1776 for reservations.

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