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Scintas to bring their Las vegas show to Bonnie Castle Resort Labor Day weekend

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The Scintas will bring their Las Vegas Show to the Thousand Islands for the third year in a row over the Labor Day weekend.

The entertainers will return to Bonnie Castle Resort & Marina, 31 Holland St., from Friday, Aug. 29, through Sunday, Aug. 31. Show times are at 9 each night.

The legendary musical and comedy group, made up of brothers Frank, Joe and “honorary Scinta brother,” drummer Peter O’Donnell, drew in a full house at Bonnie Castle for most of their summer engagements over a 10-year period. Having an international audience at Bonnie Castle’s “Home of the Stars,” helped the group rise to fame in Las Vegas where they have been called “the first family of entertainment.” They have been voted one of the top five acts to see in Las Vegas and continue to dazzle audiences as they tour across the country.

The Scintas’ show combines vocals, instrumental skill and comedy. They cover tunes from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Neil Diamond, Mick Jagger, Joe Cocker, Barbara Streisand, Gloria Gaynor, Beyonce and others.

Bonnie Castle Resort & Marina has created a special four-course dinner menu for the three nights of the Scinta’s performances. Guests can combine the show with dinner or just enjoy the show. Dinner main course choices are London broil with wild mushrooms, chicken marsala, chicken cordon bleu or risotto asparagus and wild mushrooms.

A portion of the ticket sales for the Sunday, Aug. 31, show will be donated to the Alexandria Bay Rotary Club’s Special Project Fund.

Ticket prices range from $30 to $45 for the concerts. Dinner options can be added for an additional $47.50.

For reservations or information, call Bonnie Castle at 482-4511 or 1-800-955-4511.

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