Ellis Paul's Tiny Living Room Concerts Presents: an evening with friends to benefit Iguana Music Fund!
Please join us for an evening of incredible music and desserts as we host the September 2017 edition of Ellis Paul's Tiny Living Room Concerts! The evening will be a series of performances by Ellis Paul and his Boston-based friends, Antje Duvekot, Adam Ezra, Chris O'Brien and Seamus Galligan. Expect to see lots of collaborations throughout the night - a rare treat for sure! We will have very limited seating available to see the show in person. If you can't make it, don't fret - the show will be streamed over Concert Window. In the spirit of 'doing a little good for the world,' a portion of the evening's proceeds will benefit the Iguana Music Fund. About Club Passim and Iguana Music Fund For more than 50 years, Club Passim has been known as a premier listening room, presenting both new and established performers in a huge variety of genres ranging from folk to Celtic to jazz. The historic music venue presents more than 400 shows per year to an audience of over 30,000. The Iguana Music Fund is just one of Club Passim's programs. Created in 2008, the Iguana Music Fund provides grants to New England based musicians for career development and community service projects. In 2016, the Fund gave out over $40,000 in grants ranging from $500 - $2,000 to 27 select artists to aid their specific projects. Please Know: This is an indoor event. We will be serving desserts and non-alcoholic beverages. You are welcome to BYO alcoholic beverages for your own consumption. If you have food allergies, just let us know when you purchase your tickets or contact us directly. Portions of the evening may be filmed or photographed for use by Ellis Paul, Antje Duvekot, Adam Ezra, Chris O'Brien, Seamus Galligan or House Concerts for a Cause. For those who may be affected, we have a dog in our home. Attendance is limited and purchases are non-refundable. Event address will be sent with your order confirmation. Event Timeline: 6:30 Doors open 7:00-9:30 Artist performances We really hope you can make it!Hillary and Dave Kohler www.houseconcertsforacause.com
When: Sep 24, 2017 6:30PM in Westwood, MA
2017 Westwood Town-Wide Yard Sale
Westwood's Second Annual Town-Wide Yard Sale will be held Saturday, October 14th from 9 am - 2 pm, rain or shine. Register by October 6th to secure your spot on the official event map! What: Second Annual Westwood Town-Wide Yard Sale When: Saturday, October 14th, 2017 from 9 am - 2 pm, Rain or Shine (Register by October 6th, 2017) Where: Your house! Why: Register your yard sale to get on the event map, boost traffic, and sell more stuff! How Much: A minimum $25.00 donation gets your location on the map! Donations benefit the Westwood Young Women's Club and ongoing repairs of the School Street Playground. You keep all proceeds from your own yard sale. Your registration and minimum $25 donation gets you: A spot on the official yard sale event map Advertising on social media, Internet, and print media to get buyers to town for the sale Pre-arranged pickup of leftover items at the end of the sale by the Salvation Army, if desired Day-of signage at major intersections around town (individual house signage is responsibility of seller) Balloon and event map and address lists delivered to your door the morning of the event Donation is non-refundable. By registering on this site, you allow the Westwood Young Women's Club to list your address/yard sale location publicly.
When: Oct 14, 2017 9am in Westwood, MA
Freemasons Open House
FREEMASONS Open House/MyChip Event - Sat Oct 21st 2017 9am-3pm 655 High St Westwood, MA 02090 This event is an open house to see what Freemasonry is all about but most importantly this event will host a MyChip event (details below). This event is specifically designed for children and is a free event. We will also be hosting a blood drive from 9am-3pm at the same time with free breakfast served all day.MYCHIP (Masonic Youth Child Identification Program) has identified more than 300,000 children since its inception in 1988, and it continues to assist families today.The program provides tools to help law enforcement authorities find and identify a lost or missing child. The Masons of MA, partnering with the MA Crime Prevention Officers Association and the MA Dental Association, donate MYCHIP resources to make this service available to the public. None of the information is copied and all the identifying materials are given to the child's family.Our Free Program Provides The Following MaterialsVIDEOTAPE: A brief video interview that can be quickly distributed to the media in order to reach a huge audience.FINGERPRINTING: Fingerprinting is a well-known means of identification. Resourceful parents keep fingerprints available should the need arise.TOOTHPRINTS: A tooth print bite impression is quick and easy. Teeth, like fingerprints are unique. A dental imprint gives both accurate and important information for identification purposes.CHEEK SWAB: A Q-tip is gently rubbed on the inside of a child's
When: Oct 21, 2017 9am to Oct 21, 2017 3pm in Westwood, MA