An evening of cabaret at Turner House Thursday

“The Best Is Yet to Come,” “Young at Heart” and “As Time Goes By” are a few of the standards that can be expected during the Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts’ “Holiday Cabaret” Thursday.

The final installment in the club’s Fall Salon Series also marks the end of the year-long centennial celebration of Turner House. David Griffin, an Oak Cliff-based realtor organized the cabaret night. He will perform along with arranger and pianist David Haskins and vocalists Karen Fry, Ward Heyne, Marlene Bigley and Jacqueline Lengfelder.

Tickets cost $15 for students and club members and $20 otherwise. The performance starts at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13 at 401 N. Rosemont.

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