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Skating show features music from past decades

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CANTON — Local ice skaters will showcase their skills Saturday evening as they skate to a variety of songs from past generations during the St. Lawrence Figure Skating Club’s 60th annual show.

Titled “Somewhere in Time,” the event starts at 6:30 p.m. at Appleton Arena on the St. Lawrence University campus.

Three graduating seniors from Canton Central’s Hugh C. Williams High School will perform solos: Holly Fanning, Emma Rexford and Elizabeth Parker.

Shannon Flanagan, a graduating SLU senior, also will perform.

One of the fun numbers has club member MaKayla Cruikshank impersonating Michael Jackson and joining other skaters to bring a performance of “Thriller” to the ice.

Songs from six different decades will be featured:

n 1950 — “How Much is that Doggie in the Window?”

n 1960 — “I Dream of Jeannie”

n 1970 — “Happy Days” and “You Should be Dancing/YMCA”

n 1980 — “Thriller”

n 1990 — “Toy Story”

n 2000 — “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Single Ladies”

Tickets are available now, $6 per person or $5 for senior citizens. Kids under four years of age are free.

For tickets, contact Crissy Martin at cmartin42001@yahoo.com. Tickets also can be purchased at the door the night of the event.

The club has started a Hall of Fame and the first four people will be inducted that evening.

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