Tickets are now on sale for our annual Holiday Pops, to be held on Saturday, December 8th. The evening begins at 7:00pm with a Dessert Reception for all ticket holders. The concert begins promptly at 8:00pm promising a wonderful evening of music and song to celebrate the season.
This year’s concert music program is an inspiration to all to embrace and enjoy the holiday season. The concert is an opportunity for family and friends to gather together, with great music from many cultures, sing-alongs and solo selections performed by tenor Ethan Bremmer and the Hillyer Festival Orchestra, directed by maestro Dirk Hyllier.
Balcony seats are $35 each and available online at:
or available to buy in person at Arnould Gallery and Framery, 111 Washington Street. A very limited amount of floor seats ($60) are only available online at:
See You at the Pops!

The Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor, led by President Michael Cognata, is preparing for the 21st annual Holiday Pops Concert on Saturday December 8 at Abbot Hall. This popular event provides Marblehead families and friends with the opportunity to celebrate the festive season together, and take part in an inspirational musical evening.

The Holiday Pops Concert is the largest fund raising effort of the Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor. Proceeds from the 2018 Holiday Pops will be used to benefit many local programs, scholarships and philanthropic activities. The focus of the funds is Marblehead charities, which is also where most of Rotary’s volunteer hours are directed. The international theme for Rotary is “Be the Inspiration,” and the Rotary of Marblehead Harbor works to inspire our community, using money raised from the Holiday Pops Concert as a way to support local needs.

Upcoming Events
Club President Michael Cognata and Artist Patti Baker Unveil “Marblehead Mailbox”
Local artist and craftsperson Patti Baker unveiled art work she created for the Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor’s Holiday Pops Concert at a reception in her honor at Abbot Public Library.
A large group of Rotarians and friends gathered for the exhibit, titled “Patti-Baker-Baskets.” 
Elderact Club Visits RCoMH

Members of Elderact Club visited RCOMH to talk about the many projects that they are involved in, including the Elderact community garden that provides fresh produce for seniors, knitting hats for soldiers, and decorating Christmas stockings to be filled for American troops overseas.

Pictured are Heidi Whear (founder of ElderAct in Marblehead), Judy Wareham, Linda Maffeo, President of Marblehead ElderAct, Chickie Curtis, Joanie Cutler, Mike Cognata, President of RCOMH.

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7:15 am 
Masonic Hall 
62 Pleasant Street
Marblehead, MA
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