Tonight’s Silvertones dance canceled, Vallee departs Chamber
Due to snow, the Senior Center is closed today, meaning the Silvertones will not be appearing tonight.
Here are more items from the Carnation’s email box.
Tewksbury Dems to meet, collect toiletries Saturday: The Tewksbury Democratic Town Committee will gather on Saturday, Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. in the Town Hall small meeting room. On the agenda are a local resident who is active in climate change, the committee’s 2023 calendar and an update on the ongoing toiletries drive.
TDTC meetings are open to all, and any resident who is a registered Democrat may join as an associate member. This meeting is also a chance to drop toiletry items to benefit women and children in a local shelter.
TMHS to present musical: A Grand Night for Singing is a musical review featuring the songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s classic musicals, performed by the TMHS Theatre Company, under the direction of TMHS teachers Celeste Pellegrino and David Moffat. This show will have two performances: Friday, February 3 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, February 4 at 7:00 p.m.
The musicals of Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II have earned 42 Tony Awards, 15 Academy Awards, two Pulitzer Prizes, two Grammy Awards and 2 Emmy Awards.
Come enjoy TMHS Theatre Company as they perform a variety of classic songs from the golden age of American musical theater! This show is open to the public and suitable for all ages. The theater is wheelchair accessible. Tickets are $10 per person.
Tickets will be sold online and at the door. TMHSTC warmly encourages purchasing tickets online, in advance if possible. Having an advance head count helps them budget for concession purchases, program printing, volunteers needed, and many other details. If you have any questions about this show, or would like to make a donation to support the TMHS Theater Company, feel free to email TMHSTCBoosterClub@gmail.com for more information.
Lowell invites residents to Lunar New Year: Our neighbors will welcome the Lunar New Year in Downtown Lowell on Sunday, January 22. The festivities will begin at JFK Plaza in front of City Hall with traditional Dragon Dances and a Tai Chi Martial Arts demonstration. The Dragons will visit downtown businesses from 4 – 5 p.m., and the celebration will end at the Loyal Lounge from 5 – 6 p.m. See the flyer below.
Finally, from our friends at the Wilmington Apple, below, a farewell to Nancy Vallee — we couldn’t have said it better ourselves, so we’re not trying. You can find Nancy at Aztec Sound and Communications, 374 Main St. in Wilmington. She will be the company’s new office manager.
THANK YOU to Nancy Vallee, who is stepping down today after serving as Executive Director of the Wilmington Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce for the past 15 years!
No one has done more in that time to support Wilmington’s business community, particularly its small businesses. Nancy organized hundreds of networking events, seminars for business owners, and ribbon cutting ceremonies over her tenure. She was constantly finding ways to spotlight Wilmington companies and, most recently, was the brains behinds the Chamber’s wonderful new print & digital 2022-2023 Magazine & Community Guide.
From road races, comedy nights, music bingo and golf tournaments, to sponsoring ‘Welcome To Wilmington’ receptions with the library, ice sculptures at the Town Tree Lighting, scholarships for graduating seniors, and WCTV’s Candidate Nights, the Chamber was always at the heart of the community under Nancy’s leadership.
CONGRATS to Nancy on a job well done!