Damion Fontaine, a.k.a. Frank, and Scott Brotherton, a.k.a. Dean, have collectively been performing for audiences for more than 65 years. They met when they were both hired to do a “Rat Pack Show,” and the rest is history. Frank & Dean… and then some. Their shows are theatrical, engaging, and above all else, entertaining.
Tours of our beautiful community will be available before each performance, from 3:30 – 4:30. And guests will have the opportunity to meet our residents and talk with them about the worry-free lifestyle at Concordia at Sumner. Parking is free and convenient to the Louise Sumner Pavilion, where all Summer Concert Series events will be held, weather permitting.
Walk-ins are welcome - but registration is preferred. To reserve your seat, call Rowena Wilkins at 330-664-1289 or email at RWilkins@concordiaatsumner.org. You can also register using the simple online form below.
This concert series is a part of Concordia Lutheran Ministries’ 140th Anniversary Celebration! Concordia was founded as an orphanage and home for the aged in 1881 by a group of Lutheran pastors in Cabot, PA. Today, we are one of the largest nonprofit senior care providers in the country – serving around 50,000 people per year in three states. As we celebrate those humble beginnings this year, we honor the legacy of those who came before us and thank God for his abundant blessings.