Harborside Harmony plus Big Ben and Stanley will entertain at Watts Hall in Thomaston on Sunday, Nov. 19 at 4 pm. The family friendly double bill is a free event with donations accepted to benefit Thomaston's Community Thanksgiving Dinner. The family friendly double bill is a free event with donations accepted to benefit Thomaston's Community Thanksgiving Dinner.
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An Evening of Wicked Good Fun to Kick Off the Holidays and Benefit Thomaston’s Thanksgiving Community Dinner
It's November, Halloween has passed, the votes have been counted, and Thanksgiving is fast approaching! But before that day of feasting, take a break and enjoy An Evening of Wicked Good Fun on Sunday, November 19, at Watts Hall, starting at 4 pm. There is no admission fee, but any donations made will be given to TRAK (Thomaston Random Acts of Kindness) to assist with this year's Thomaston's Community Thanksgiving Dinner.
TRAK will also have refreshments available before the show and during intermission.
TRAK thanks the Watts Hall Community Players and An Evening of Wicked Good Fun show for supporting the Thomaston Thanksgiving dinner. Anyone who wishes to come to dinner and be a member of the T'Giving Family should call the Town Office at 354-6107 by Friday, November 17 (remember, they close at 2 on Friday), giving your name and how many you expect to be in your group.
So, start your Thanksgiving week at An Evening of Wicked Good Fun on Sunday afternoon and join neighbors and friends for dinner at the Federated Church on Thanksgiving Day. A time of laughter and music on Sunday; a sumptuous, delicious traditional Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday -- What a great way to kick off the start of the Holidays!!
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The Thomaston Historical Society will feature the Morton Lermond House, a beautiful Greek Revival home at 48 Green Street, Thomaston for its 11 Holiday house tour on Friday, December 8 from 5-7 PM and Saturday, December 9 from 10-3 PM. The Friday evening event will feature a cocktail party, live auction with auctioneers Bruce Gamage and Kaja Veilleux, a silent auction and live music by The Teacups. On Saturday the house will be open between 10 AM and 3 PM for touring and the silent auction.
Tickets for Friday night are $18-members and $20-non-members and include wine, savories and sweets and are limited to 100. Advanced ticket sales are strongly recommended for Friday night. Tickets for Saturday are $8-members and $10-non-members. Checks for advanced sales can be sent to Thomaston Historical Society, P.O. Box 384, Thomaston, ME 04861. For more information call 354-7029.
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Knox Museum presents a special benefit preview party at Montpelier - the big white house at the turn to Saint George in Thomaston - on Friday, December 1, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. This is a chance to meet the decorators, enjoy holiday spirits and appetizers, listen to some wonderful music, support Knox Museum, and welcome the holiday season in style. Tickets to the special preview party are $25 per person, and can be purchased online at http://www.knoxmuseum.org/events/event/holiday-preview-party/ or at the door.
Guests will be free to enjoy festive libations and paired bites as they stroll from room to room at their own pace, enjoying the holiday décor provided by Anne Perkins, Dawn Swinton, Lysbeth Andrews, Bruce Habel, Barbara McNulty, Patty McDonald, Knox Museum’s Landscape Committee, Virginia Hodge, Mary Kay Felton, the Lady Knox Chapter of the DAR, Weskeag Farms, and The Green Thumb, among others. This year’s special silver bells theme will adorn each of 9 rooms, as well as Anne Perkins’ always elaborate staircase décor. Holiday trees will grace each room, strikingly decorated with all fashion of silver and silver bells.
Bel Isle Trio will perform some jazzy renditions of holiday favorites in the Oval Room, so be sure and wear your dancing shoes. There will also be a very special treat in store for Friday night guests: seeing the General’s and Lucy Knox’s bedroom by candlelight.
Downstairs The Carriage Shop, the gift shop at Montpelier, will be open for browsing and discovering many unusual and well-priced holiday items for those special someones on your holiday shopping list. So come prepared to eat, drink, dance, and wander through the mansion at your pleasure, with old and new friends.
Admission to the special holiday benefit preview party on Friday, December 1 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm is $25 in at http://www.knoxmuseum.org/events/event/holiday-preview-party/ or at the door.
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