caption: The Leatherettes, Adams County's "Golden
Oldies Girls," will bring their unique brand of
musical comedy to Deja Vu's 30th anniversary on
Thanksgiving weekend at The Pike. Front row, left to
right: Ann Griffith, Dixie Colgan, second row, left
to right: Patrice Smith, Jackie Dukes, Jo Rinehart,
Debi Baker, and Sally Rosensteel. PHOTO CREDIT
Celebrating its 30th anniversary and for one last
time in case the world ends, Deja Vu is back
Thanksgiving weekend, November 23 and 24 at 8 p.m.,
for two nights of 60's music at The Pike Restaurant
and Lounge, 985 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg.
According to organizers Chris Glatfelter and Don
Rinehart, both evenings will feature the local
musical comedy troupe The Leatherettes and a Name
That Tune contest. The Willys and Blue Tonic with
Ernie Kranias, reuniting for the occasion, will
perform Friday night. Saturday features Linda and
the Coe-Dependents and Dr. 60's & the Psychedelic
Lab Rats with Chad Huber, a band created for Deja Vu
and returning for this 30th anniversary dance party.
Emcees will be Rick McCauslin, Friday, and Mark
Reserved tickets are $30 per person or $300 for a
table of 10 and go on sale Monday, October 15 at 10
am at the Adams County Arts Council Arts Education
Center, 125 S. Washington St., Gettysburg, by phone
at 717-334-5006 or online at www.adamsarts.org.
Center hours are 9 am to 6 pm Monday - Thursday, 9
am to 5 pm Friday, and 10 am to 2 pm Saturday.
Reserved tickets (21 and over only) will be sold on
a first come/first serve basis. Seating is limited
and no tickets will be available at the door.
Deja Vu discount hotel room rates are available
through November 9 at the adjacent Comfort Suites,
945 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, 717-334-6715.
Deja Vu benefits the Adams County Arts Council and
South Central Community Action Programs Inc. Since
1982, the event has generated more than $35,000 for