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The Community House is accepting nominations to recognize and honor individuals who have exhibited extraordinary dedication to volunteerism and/or community service.
Joanne Holbrook Patton Community Service Award Guidelines Here
Volunteer of the Year Award Guidelines Here
The Community House continues to serve the interests of our “Special Friends”, individuals with special needs, via regular socials. All events are free, with advance registration. Interested in volunteering? There are opportunities to volunteer throughout the year. Events are typically on Thursday evenings, 6:30pm-8:30pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
May 4 – Country Western Dance
RSVP to email@example.com, or 978-468-4818 x10
Friday, June 2
Entry Fee: $160 per player ($135 before May 1)
Rain or Shine – All entry fees include: Green fees & cart, sign-in gifts, and a complimentary drink at cocktail reception. Golfers may register either individually or as a foursome. The proceeds are to benefit The Community House, a non-profit organization. The fee is non-refundable and a portion is tax deductible. Sponsored by Moors & Cabot Investments
Two Town Patriotic Celebration
Saturday, June 24
Rain date Sunday, June 25
The event commences with a Bike and Covered Wagon Parade to Patton Park.
Music – Kids Activities – Food Trucks – Fireworks at dusk
Family FUN RUN through the wooded trails at Patton Park
Saturday, June 24
On site registration $50 per family, $20 per individual
Check-in at Patton Park from 8-8:45am
FREE outdoor musical concerts – Concerts begin at 5pm.
June 18 – Father’s Day Concert – 73 Duster with opener Bookman and the Faucets
June 25 – Country Mile-Toe tapping country music
July 2 – Quintessential Brass Patriotic and American Songbook
July 9 – Blind Drive – Hits from the 60’s, 70’s and more!
July 16 – Dan Monaco Trio and Sandi Bedrosian – Smooth Jazz
July 23 – Grupo Fantasia- Latin music- Salsa, Merengue and more!
July 30 – The Wooden Planks – Bluegrass, Irish and Americana
Aug 6 – Studio Two – Beatles Tribute Band – the early years
Rain venue Asbury Grove Tabernacle Hamilton, MA 01982
RAIN VENUE DIRECTIONS
This program is supported in part through a grant from the
Hamilton-Wenham Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a stage agency.
At the Hamilton Public Safety Building
Saturday, November 4
One Hundred Dollars per person and open bar. Tax deductible. The Community House cordially invites you to an evening of dining with proceeds to benefit our annual capital needs and improvements to our historic building.
Saturday, December 9
The magic of Santa has been experienced by generations of children and their families at our annual pancake breakfast. Santa’s helpers capture the special moment of your child with Santa in a photograph. Boy Scouts provide a cookie decorating activity for the children. Each child receives a small gift.
$12 per person
Children 2 and under $8 per person
Advance registration and seating required
Thursday, November 30
Children are encouraged to bring their own flashlight or glowsticks for the tree and gazebo lighting.
A Christmas Carol Sing for all ages! Brian Doser, Peter Stewart and Joe Scuderi team up for an exciting musical evening with a few Special Guests. Booklets of carols are provided. A half hour of singing followed by cocoa, cookies, lighting the Gazebo and downtown Christmas Tree. A great way to kick off your Christmas celebrations. Supported by People’s United Bank.