Don’t Miss: Ridgewood’s 2018 Jamboree Night LIVE!

Don’t Miss: February 7, 8 & 9 

Here’s another Ridgewood event where I am stunned by the generosity that exists in Ridgewood! Ridgewood’s Jamboree has presented an original musical revue, raising funds for need-based college scholarships for graduating RHS seniors for 72 years and made more than $1.4 million in the last 14 years alone. The time and resources that go into this show are pretty amazing.

You don’t want to miss this: Over 125 RHS parents and guardians take the stage each year to dance, sing,  act, and perform in the bands with all their hearts! In the background, there is a whole other group designing and making costumes, building sets, managing set changes and being back-stage heroes. Come out, enjoy, have a few laughs and know that your money is going to a great cause.

For tickets and more info visit 2018 Jamboree.

The 2018 Jamboree Producers are Meghan Bracken, Tony Cambria, Carrie Johnson and James Sharo.

The Jamboree Scholarship Fund, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) qualified charity and all contributions are tax deductible. The entire production and all Jamboree fund-raising efforts are 100 percent voluntary. All Fund revenues are raised through program advertising, ticket sales and corporate and individual sponsorships.


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