Boston Free Library Fundraiser
The Boston Free Library is hosting our Annual Summer Fundraiser on Thursday, July 11th from 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM. We have food, crafts, prizes and games for the kids, live music, vendors, and a large basket raffle. We will have vendors ranging from fine art, photography, painted glassware, pottery, goat milk products, jewelry, painted rocks, crocheted items and much more! New this year, the Friends of the Boston Library are raffling off three children’s bikes with helmets at the event. Tickets for a chance to win are $1.00 each. This year we will also have yard games set up, we have new vendors, and we will have a large tent to allow the event to proceed rain or shine. In addition to the bikes and basket raffle, we will be raffling off a basket of wine and spirits. Kat from Her Heart Barn in Boston will be bringing supplies for kids’ crafts. Live music will be provided by Wise Alex.
All proceeds benefit the Boston Free Library, specifically our programming fund which allows the library to provide educational and entertaining programs to the community free of charge. This summer, the library is providing preschool and toddler story times, a teen book club competition, all ages craft programs, music and storytelling, kids yoga, a special author visit, and more!
We would like to thank our sponsors: Kirst Construction, Wegmans, Rucker Lumber, North Boston Garage as well as acknowledge generous donations received from Legislator John Mills, McKinley Wine and Spirits, Alfred W. Dye Insurance, Boston Valley Animal Hospital, and Bella Pizza.
Mark your calendars and make a point to stop out at the Boston Free Library on July 11th. We would love to see you there!
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2019 Summer Concert Series
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Hazardous Waste Drop Off
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BRUSH PICK UP
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The Boston Town Band is Looking for New Members!
The Boston Town Band invites interested musicians to join them as they prepare for their 27th year of performing concerts in the Southtowns. While the band has a need for mallet percussion, bassoon, oboe, clarinet and trumpets, the band welcomes musicians of all instruments.
The band plays a variety of marches, patriotic, show tunes and light classical selections.
Membership is open to 9th graders through senior adults. Boston residency is not a requirement. The Band rehearses at the Boston Valley Elementary School on Tuesdays from 7 to 9 P.M. with the first rehearsal scheduled for April 9, 2019.
Interested persons should call President Herb Klein at 716-649-8570 or Band Director Kyle Kohan at 716-648-3578.
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