The Town of Scituate Massachusetts was founded in 1636 and is located in Plymouth County about 25 miles from Boston.
The town contains a number of Historical points of interest. Among these are the Scituate Lighthouse and The Old Oaken Bucket Homestead and Well along with the Cudworth House and the Little Red School House which is now the home of the Scituate Historical Society.
Scituate is a mid sized seacoast community with ocean related recreational activities which make it a desirable place to live and raise a family.
Choral Art Society of the South Shore, now in its 56th season, will present its spring concert, Celebration! Puccini and Beethoven, at 4pm, on Sunday, May 3, 2015, at the Scituate High School Auditorium, 606 Chief Justice Cushing Highway, Scituate.
Danica A. Buckley, Artistic Director and Conductor, is celebrating her 10th year with Choral Art Society of the South Shore. Following the concert there will be a celebratory reception to which all are invited.
The program includes Puccini’s Messa a 4 Voci con Orchestra and Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy, featuring pianist Sarah Tocco. The guest soloists, all young professional opera singers with careers in Boston and beyond, include Amal El- Shrafi, soprano, Oriana Dunlop, mezzo soprano, Omar Najmi, tenor, and Justin Hicks, bass. Baritone soloist Paul Frazer of Kingston, is a long time member of the chorus.
Accompanying the chorus will be the Choral Art Society Orchestra, made up of professionals from Boston, New Hampshire, and the South Shore, including Scituate High School’s Director of Instrumental Music, Sally Tucker, Flute and Steve Biagini, French Horn, Director of Instrumental Music, Deer Hill School, Cohasset.
Proceeds from each concert help fund the William T. Adams memorial scholarship, awarded each year by Choral Art Society to a high school senior from the South Shore who is going to college to major in music. In other community service, we provide outreach singing to nursing homes and hospitals.
Tickets are $20 for general admission and $18 for seniors and students. Tickets may be purchased at www.choralartsociety.org, Buttonwood Books in Cohasset, and at the door.
For more information on these concerts or any of our other activities, call 781-500-0021 or go to www.choralartsociety.org. LIKE us on Facebook!
Creativity, Inspiration, Joy, and Service through the Performance of Choral Music
When: May 3, 2015 4 PM to May 3, 2015 7 PMin Scituate, Massachusetts (Sun, 03 May 2015 16 )
2015 BOSSE SCHOOL OF MUSIC ALL STAR CONCERT - RIVER CLUB
We are pleased to have you join us at the Bosse School of Music “All-Star Concert” on Sunday May 3rd, 2015 from 5-8:30pm. This event will showcase BSM’s most accomplished students, and offer performances by BSM president Ron Bosse along with some very talented faculty members.
Through careful consideration of over 500 students, 50 have been selected for ensemble participation, who will be showcased based upon talent, musicianship, and group-performance skills. The evening will include performances from ages 8-58! From Rock, Pop, Soulful standards, Jazz & Neo-Classical, prepare to be WOWWED by some of the South Shore's most talented musicians!
In addition to amazing entertainment, guests can participate in a raffle for great door prizes. Light refreshments and beverages will be available at the club's concession stand.
CHECK IT OUT Click here for a short video --What's it all about? FAQs
Deadline for Video Footage and Photo Payment: 4/15/15. To order, call BSM Directly at 781.337.8500.
ARRIVE TIME: Performers should arrive at 4:30, no earlier, no later.
Deadline for Ticket Purchases: 4/28/15, and are limited (Tickets will be sold on a first-come first-serve basis)
Proper Dress: This show will be filmed using top-notch cameras, so students should dress to the nines!!!! Sneakers, t-shirts and other casual wear are not acceptable. Parents and students please use your best discretion.
Equipment: All guitar and bass players must bring their instruments, a guitar cable, extra strings and picks. All amps will be supplied. Please do not bring extra equipment. Drummers need 2 pairs of sticks, and singers need to come properly warmed up. Pianists need no equipment. All students are responsible for bringing their sheet music, if pieces are not memorized.
Timing. With the exception of the opening act, the line-up of performances is always evolving, due to various factors. Upon arrival, students will be assigned a time. Students in the opening act will be notified prior to.
Tickets are available here on the ticketing site and in-person at the BSM front desk area. Please read the below bullet carefully re: seating.
This event is open-seating (seat yourself at tables and chairs--pubstyle). However, online & in-person ticket orders of 5 or more will be assigned to tables (these parties will be seated with another party of appropriate size to maximize table seating). To reserve a table by buying 5+ tickets, ALL TICKETS MUST BE ON ONE ONLINE ORDER, UNDER ONE TRANSACTION. Tickets purchased after 4/28/15 will not be guaranteed seating (may be standing room only).
This event will go until approx 8:30. We kindly ask everyone to stay and cheer on all of our talented students so that everyone has the pleasure of playing for a packed house!
Parking is free, but not unlimited. Carpooling is appreciated, if possible.
Outside food/beverages are not permitted in the club, per management.
This show is not recommended for babies/toddlers due to high volume.
Is my ticket transferrable or refundable? Tickets are transferable, but not refundable.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Only if purchased online.
When: May 3, 2015 5 PM to May 3, 2015 8 PMin Scituate, Massachusetts Cost: Admission per person, all ages 20.00 true Admission (All Ages) 20.00
On Saturday May 16th, Team Rollin for Stephen will present their third stand-up comedy fundraiser in support of the Pan Mass Challenge at the Scituate Country Club with comedians Dave Rattigan, Sean Sullivan, and national headliner Patty Ross. All profits from the event will be donated directly to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Tickets to this event are tax deductible.
When: May 16, 2015 6 PM to May 16, 2015 10 PMin Scituate, Massachusetts Cost: 25 - 25 USD (Sat, 16 May 2015 18 )
Inly School’s Omran • Nelson Speaker Series is thrilled to welcome New York Times columnist, Ron Lieber.
Children are hyper-aware of money. They have scores of questions about its nuances that we often don’t answer or answer well. But good parenting means talking about money with our kids much more often. When we avoid it, we lose a tremendous opportunity—not just to model important financial behaviors but also to imprint lessons about what we care about most.
Lieber designed his book, THE OPPOSITE OF SPOILED, to be a practical guidebook for parents who want to use conversations about money to imprint good values. He covers all the basics that people have been asking me about for years: the best ways to handle the tooth fairy, allowance, chores, charity, saving, birthdays, holidays, cell phones, checking accounts, clothing, cars, part-time jobs and college. But he also identifies a set of virtues and character traits like modesty, patience, generosity and perspective, that all parents hope that their kids will carry with them out into the world.
The world is changing, fast. Our kids need to be ready to take on all of the financial responsibility that the world heaps upon them, from the run-up to the six-figure decision about where to go to college to the crucial choices they must make in their 20s about retirement savings and health insurance. THE OPPOSITE OF SPOILED will help you prepare them.
In partnership with Buttonwood Books and Toys, copies of Ron Lieber’s book, “The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous and Smart About Money” will be available to purchase at the event for $25 each.
When: May 19, 2015 7 PM to May 19, 2015 9 PMin Scituate, Massachusetts (Tue, 19 May 2015 19 )
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