Several area businesses are stepping up to support our October 26th “Doo Wop” music concert at Inter-Lakes Auditorium. Proceeds from the funding campaign and ticket sales and will support our mission of neighbors helping neighbors.
“We are grateful to the businesses who are the first to join our “Music Hall of Fame” indicated Ann Sprague, Executive Director, referring to the name given to funding levels to support the fundraiser. “There is still time to sign up, and we ask area businesses to please support our mission and give me a call at 253-9275.”
The ICCI Music Hall of Fame offers the following funding levels: Country Contributor at $125; Rock Reveler at $250; Motown Marvel at $500; Swing Sensation at $750; and Doo Wop Dazzler at $1,250. Businesses who have donated to the fundraiser to date include:
Electrical Installations, Inc. at the “DooWop Dazzler” level; McCarthy Lawn Property Management “Swing Sensation”; “Motown Marvels” – Meredith Rotary Club and R.N. Peaslee & Sons; “Rock Revelers” – At the Lake Vacation Rentals, Meadow Pond Animal Hospital, Moultonborough Lions Club and the Village Kitchen; and “Country Contributors” – Circle Dental, Field Fine Art, Jackie’s Boutique, JSG Gardens, The Lynch Family, Olafsen Building & Remodeling, Inc., Patricia Carega Gallery, R.H. Stephens Building Contractor, R.N. Seery Estate & Long Term Planning, and Tappan Chairs LLC.
Music by “Doo Wop DeVille,” a New England nine-piece band performing music from the 1950s and ‘60s, will be sure to entertain you. Doors open at 7:00 pm for refreshments and the concert begins at 7:30. To learn more about Doo Wop DeVille and enjoy a sample performance, visit their website at doowopdeville.com.
The concert is hosted in partnership with Temple B’nai Israel (TBI) as part of their “We Care” concert series, which has successfully raised funds for local nonprofit agencies since 2013. TBI “We Care” concerts are known throughout the Lakes Region and draw large crowds to enjoy a festive evening of great entertainment and good food.
Tickets are on sale now at $27.50 each either online at www.tbinh.org or directly from Community Caregivers via check or cash. After September 1, tickets will also be available at three local retailers: Bayswater Book Store at Senter’s Market in Center Harbor, Innisfree Bookshop at Mill Falls Marketplace in Meredith, or Greenlaw’s Music in downtown Laconia. Tickets will be available at the door for students with ID $10 and children 12 and under free with full paying adult.