Leigh Wilmot's blog

NuPath’s newest event “Laugh Out Loud” proved to be a smashing success, raising over $10,000 from the proceeds of ticket sails, raffle donations, and silent auction bids. The event, which took place at the Montvale Plaza in Stoneham on September 28th, was headlined by Showtime’s “Funniest Person in Massachusetts” comedian Tony V., who kept the crowd of 150 roaring throughout the night.  All proceeds from the event, which boasted not only an unforgettable performance by Tony V. but dance music by the band Strictly Overtime and a delicious buffet dinner went to support the 350 adults with developmental disabilities that NuPath serves.

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Pull out your beret and paintbrush because the Woburn Guild of Artists (WGA) is offering free art classes for beginner to intermediate art aficionados! The next class will take place on Saturday, October 13 from 12:30 to 2:30pm at A.C. Moore Art Store in the Super Stop & Shop Plaza, 2 Elm Street, Woburn. Click here to see the specific dates of the workshops. If you've never delved into the art world or if you like to pick up the palette or camera from time to time, these are the classes for you. All you have to do is bring your enthusiasm and your art supplies and the WGA art experts will teach you all they know. Click here to see what art supplies you'll need for each session from painting, to drawing, to kids projects, to photography.

Who says you have to brave Boston traffic for an exciting night out? Join us at the luxurious Montvale Plaza in Stoneham for dinner, dancing, and the legendary comedy of Massachusetts native, Tony V. On Friday, September 28th, from 6 – 10pm, you can enjoy the comedy of Showtime’s “funniest person in Massachusetts,” then get up and move your feet to the classic-rock stylings of local band Strictly Overtime. One hundred percent of Laugh Out Loud’s ticket sales benefit NuPath Inc., a community provider of job-training and educational services for people with cognitive disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and acquired brain injury.