Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Bands from Marlborough's public schools will be performing at the Solomon Pond Mall this week.
Marlborough students will be performing for the general public this week at the Solomon Pond Mall. “Any time students have a chance to perform in front of an audience it’s a winning situation," said Johnathan Rosenthal, music coordinator for Marlborough Public Schools. “We love taking what we do and bringing it to the community and sharing that art form." It is not just a matter of sharing, but also of learning for the students, he said. The amount of pieces they must prepare is in itself a learning experience for the students, beyond the actual performance, said Rosenthal. “The effort it takes to prepare such a large selection of music is what is challenging but it is that challenge that makes it great," he said explaining that the effort…
Friday, July 22, 2011
Here is a list of things going on in and around Marlborough today.
1. Prepare for part two of this heat wave! The actual temperature is expected to reach 99 degrees, with a heat index of 103, says the National Weather Service. 2. Guests of the Burger King locations at 484 Boston Post Rd. and Solomon Pond Mall can help fight childhood cancers by giving $1 to The Jimmy Fund through the A Chance for Kids® program, starting July 25 through Sept. 5. With each contribution, restaurant guests will receive a promotion card guaranteed to be a winner with prizes ranging from all-inclusive resort vacations, airline tickets, theme park admissions and BURGER KING® food. 3. The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about a new email scam designed to steal your money. Be on the lookout for an email claiming to be…
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
The Assabet Valley Regional Techical High School Band played a concert for students, friends and family Thursday evening, May 19.
Led by retiring music teacher John Russo, The Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School band performed for students, friends and family on Thursday evening, May 24, to a resoundingly positive response. Russo praised his students for their continued hard work, and played alongside them on his trumpet. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date on the latest Marlborough news, or simply hit the "like" button at the top of this page.