Anniversary

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Since 2002, SCI has grown to engage residents in 20 communities throughout Massachusetts. Our goal, bringing diverse people together to strengthen our local communities, is more vital than ever. Please join us at the Montvale Plaza on November 16th at 6:30pm to celebrate SCI and our important mission. 

Single tickets are $100, $850 per table. Three course meal, featuring grilled flat iron steak, with a vegetarian alternative. Tickets available here: http://cart.socialcapitalinc.org/ 

SCI 15th Anniversary Celebration

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Thu, 11/16/2017 - 6:30pm

Since 2002, SCI has grown to engage residents in 20 communities throughout Massachusetts. Our goal, bringing diverse people together to strengthen our local communities, is more vital than ever. Please join us to celebrate SCI and our important mission.
Single ticket are $100, $850 per table.

Three course meal, featuring grilled flat iron steak, with a vegetarian alternative.

Location

Montvale Plaza
54 Montvale Ave
02180 Stoneham , MA
Massachusetts

Come celebrate St. Charles School's 130th anniversary in style! This historic occasion is the event in Woburn to go to on November 7, from 6:00pm -10:00pm in Alumni Hall.  

With the cocktail reception, cash bar, hors d'œuvre and dessert, you won't want to miss out on seeing friends and fellow alumni. Tickets are $20/pp, and you should get yours soon!

To purchase tickets, see here

St. Charles 150th Anniversary Save the Date

St. Charles Borromeo Parish is celebrating its historic 150th Anniversary this month with a few fun-filled events. On November 3 at 4:00pm, there will be a mass followed by a gala celebration dinner at Montvale Plaza in Stoneham. Cocktails will kickoff at 5:30pm and dinner will be served at 7pm! Tickets for this event and the 150 raffle can be obtained at the Rectory. 

The events don't stop here because on the following day at 10am St. Charles will be holding a mass/feast of St. Charles Borromeo as well as a mass for deceased members of the parish. This will then be followed by a coffee social and the 150 ticket drawing.

On Sunday, September 27 - 1 to 5pm - an open house featuring a Victorian-style tea will be held at the Federal-style Tidd house, the oldest part of which was built in 1809.

Located in a section of Woburn once known as New Bridge Village, the original structure was completed in 1809 by Lt. Jonathan Tidd, a wealthy leather manufacturer. Built as a hotel for stage-coach passengers making their way along Elm Street which was then the main route from Boston to Lowell and Nashua, New Hampshire, the hotel provided hearty meals and occasional overnight lodging to weary passengers.

Since 1889, the house has been a unique residence for seniors, providing safe and affordable housing for seniors that allows them to continue to lead independent, fulfilled lives.