The Musary, JRP Inc. will be hosting the 2nd Annual Symphony of Trees Gala presented by Bond Brothers on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at the Community House of Hamilton-Wenham.
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JOIN US for this new ‘can’t miss’ Holiday tradition!
Complete with live entertainment, refreshments, Tree Auction, and red carpet arrival, this event will surely amaze our guests and provide much needed funding for our one-of-a-kind instrument-lending program. The Symphony of Trees Gala is our biggest fundraising initiative each year, and we really hope you can join us!
The Musary, JRP Inc. is a recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works to motivate, cultivate and inspire people, especially young people, in our community to get involved in music. Through a one-of-a-kind instrument-borrowing program, The Musary provides our community the unique opportunity to experience, learn, and create music like never before. It is the Musary's goal to lend musical instruments to anyone in need, "No strings attached."
So far, through its one-of-a-kind instrument-lending program, The Musary has...
Lent 628 instruments.
Reached 6,609 aspiring musicians.
Facilitated 2,211 borrowing terms.
Saved borrowers over $302,000.
With your attendance, The Musary will be able to further empower children all over the North Shore and beyond to get involved and share in a love of Music. We hope to see you there!
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About The Community House of Hamilton-Wenham
In 1921, George and Emily Mandell of Hamilton built The Community House in memory of eight men of both towns who died in military service during World War I, including their son, Samuel. They commissioned Guy Lowell, a respected architect of Boston and New York, to design the building, and gave The Community House in trust for the use of the residents of both towns.
Experience the quiet ambiance and charm of our historic building in the picturesque equestrian town of Hamilton, Massachusetts. Located 3 miles off of Route 128, thirty minutes north of Boston, and 15 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean, we are the ideal setting for formal and informal functions. Our building is open year round and is fully air conditioned and handicap accessible.
MANDELL BALLROOM ~ Designed in the style of a 1920s ballroom, this room features wonderful architectural details, hardwood floor, stage with baby grand piano, and Palladium doors to the outside portico. The Ballroom adjoins the intimate Library. This space along with the Library accommodates 120 guests for seated dining or 160 guests for a cocktail reception. For live performances, the space accepts seating for 160 audience members.
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Parking: Free off-street parking is available in three lots (see here). The Community House is within walking distance of the commuter rail in Hamilton.