Cape Ann Big Band Benefit for WWII Memorial @ Gloucester House on Veterans Day

There simply isn’t a better way to celebrate Veterans Day than to support the people who serve in the military and the memorials we build to those who “gave the last full measure of devotion”.   Lily Linquata sent this notice about the event that is from 3-6pm next Sunday.  If you’ve never seen the Cape Ann Big Band live, this is your perfect opportunity!

Join Gloucester’s WWII Veterans Memorial Committee and friends on this upcoming Veteran’s Day — Sunday, November 11, 2012 — for a Cape Ann Big Band concert to benefit the perpetual care of Gloucester’s WWII Memorial on Kent Circle. Starting at 3pm and going until 6pm, tickets are $20 each. Tickets are on sale now at The Gloucester House or via Connie Condon.

Cape Ann Big Band frequently sells out so don’t wait too long to get your tickets for this sure-to-be excellent event. As there will be no reserved seats, it is also important to be on time. Doors will open at 2:45.

2 comments

  • That reminds me, I want someone to buy/lease the Empire building on Main Street and turn it into a classic big band nightclub.

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  • Thank you so much for your informative posts! I live on Kent Circle and might have missed this event if you hadnf’t mentioned on GMG. I have a brick for my dad at the WWII statue (he is one of the few remaining from “The Greatest Generation”. I love Mike Linquata too!

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