An Evening with Les Rayne at Dorchester Center for the Arts


Les Rayne will perform at DCA on Sept. 4. The variety show will feature singing, comedy, magic from Gil the Magnificent, and game trivia.

The Dorchester Center for the Arts (DCA) will present “An Evening with Les Rayne” on Sept. 4, at 7:30 p.m. This variety show will feature singing, comedy, magic from Gil the Magnificent, and game trivia.

Laurie Toms, lead singer, has been singing and dancing since age 5. She has appeared in several different bands as a lead singer; she also plays at the Avalon Theatre, and her shows and videos air on MCTV Channel 15. Scott Toms is lead guitarist. Tom has been playing drums since age 7 as well as learning guitar. Scott has also performed in different bands prior to Les Rayne.

This event will be presented on the Gallery Stage. Tickets are $10 for DCA members; $12 for non-members. For more information, call 410-228-7782, or go to the website at

DCA extends appreciation to Art Camp Angels

Dorchester Center for the Arts thanks the following supporters for being 2014-2015 Art Camp Angels. Funds donated made it possible for some children to attend summer art camps these past two years, which wouldn’t have been possible without these gifts.

• Leslie Bishop
• Martha Keating
• Jeanne Pinault
• Cindy and Jim Reed
• Kathy and Jack Scanlon
• Dave Wallace

DCA extends a special thanks to the Mid-Shore Community Foundation’s Artistic Insights and George B. Todd Funds for the $4,500 in scholarships provided. Thanks to the generosity of the Foundation and these individuals, 55 students received scholarships and were able to participate this summer.

Additional Support Welcome

This fall, DCA is presenting “Afterschool Art Adventure” and is looking for individuals to provide scholarship funds for the six-week session. Support a child’s natural creativity through these visual arts enrichment classes. Just $30 sponsors a child for the entire session.

Contact DCA today at 410-228-7782 to contribute.

Editor’s note: Spectrum is the weekly column of the Dorchester Arts Center. It is written by Mickey Love, executive director.

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