2019 James A. Gunning Memorial Golf Tournament
We will have a great day of golf at the beautiful Riverside Course at Juniper Hill Golf Course in Northborough, MA. This event will include a 4-person scramble tournament, followed by cocktail hour, dinner, silent auction, and raffles in the clubhouse. There are a variety of ways to participate: join us for golf and dinner, join us just for dinner, or simply make a donation to benefit the James A. Gunning Scholarship Fund. This Scholarship Fund benefits student-athletes at Algonquin Regional High School. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, contact Paul Gunning at (508) 735-1610, or email email@example.com Friday, September 27, 2019 8:30 a.m.Registration 10a.m.Shotgun Start 4p.m.Cocktail Hour 5p.m.Dinner and Awards Entry Fee IncludesGreens fees, cart, gift, lunch, cocktail reception & dinner Single Golfer$150 Foursome$600 Dinner Only$50 HOLE SPONSORSHIP Bronze Hole Sponsor$150Company/family name on hole signage Maroon Hole Sponsor$750Includes golf, lunch, dinner for two, hole signage, and recognition in tournament program Gold Hole Sponsor$1,500Includes golf, lunch, dinner for four, hole signage, and recognition in tournament program *Registration deadline*September 13, 2019 Register NOW and remember to invite your friends to play! Scholarship Fund to Benefit Student Athletes at ARHS.Thank you for your support!
When: Sep 27, 2019 8:30AM in Northborough, MA
The Art of the Trio
This concert will present the jazz duo consisting of clarinetist/saxophonist John Clark and pianist Henry “thins” Francis aided and abetted by drummer Steve Taddeo. Over the years of performing together (since 1996), a bag of unique arrangements has evolved, and these have been captured for posterity on a CD entitled Two for Tea. The musical genre is best described as classic hot jazz, a distinct type of American music which developed during the first half of the 20th century, covering the beginnings of jazz through the swing era. John and Henry concentrate on the rich source known as The Great American Songbook, which encompasses music written by Broadway composers, pop songwriters, and jazz musicians. Their extensive knowledge of jazz and American popular song has yielded a large eclectic repertoire of interesting material, which they play with exuberance, swing, and taste.When:
Oct 12, 2019 7pm in Northborough, MACost:
$10.0 - $35.0