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HOLIDAY POPS INFO
MARBLEHEAD HOLIDAY POPS 2015
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 7:00 p.m.
ABBOT HALL, 188 WASHINGTON STREET, MARBLEHEAD, MA 01945
Marblehead, MA—The Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor will be sponsoring the 18th annual Holiday Pops at the magnificent venue of Marblehead’s Abbot Hall on Saturday, December 12. Doors open with a free dessert reception at 7:00 p.m. The performance of holiday music begins at 8:00 p.m. Music and soloist will be performing under the baton of Dirk Hillyer and the Hillyer Festival Orchestra.
Tickets for both balcony seats and table seating on the floor are now available. Balcony tickets may be ordered online by clicking here, and may also be purchased at the following outlets in Marblehead: Spirit of '76 Bookstore, National Grand Bank, Marblehead Bank, and Arnould Gallery and Framery.
Floor seats are on a first-come, first-served basis and are extremely limited; they are available only by mailing in the order form on this website and in the November 12 Marblehead Reporter. This year’s ticket prices are $35 for balcony seats and $60 for the floor.
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The holiday spirit was in the air at Abbot Public Library as Marblehead Harbor Rotarians and members of the community gathered to unveil this year’s Holiday Pops watercolor by local artist Patti O’Hare Williams. Her portrait of a Marblehead winter harkens back to last year's snowy scenes on Washington Street with Abbot Hall peeking in the background. The artist’s reception is the kickoff event of the club’s annual Holiday Pops season that climaxes with a concert by the Dirk Hillyer Festival Orchestra at Abbot Hall on December 12. The watercolor will be raffled off at the concert. Raffle tickets and note cards depicting the scene are now on sale at National Grand Bank, Marblehead Bank, Arnould Gallery & Framery, and Spirit of '76 bookstore. Concert tickets go on sale November 12.
Let's hear it for good sport Lenny Cameron, who endured multiple indignities on Tuesday while helping district public image chair Amy Luckiewicz make a few points about getting the word out about our club. With President Connie as her assistant, Amy had poor Lenny covered in file cards before she was finished---but her points will definitely be remembered!
Amy actually had high press for our club for all the things we do right. Nonetheless, we can always do better! 'Twas a great presentation!