ABOUT TOWN: Ring in 2012 in Style

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TEMPLE ON NEW YEARS EVE? Ring in the New Year in style!  On Saturday, Dec. 31, starting at 7 p.m., celebrate the New Year at with a full evening of cocktails, a gourmet dinner from hors d'oeuvres to dessert, and dancing to the amazing Boston Baked Blues with Vinny Serino.

The evening includes fabulous complimentary cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, a gourmet dinner, champagne toast, dessert, coffee and tea, along with the Boston Baked Blues, all for $80 per person. 

Or, arrive at 9 p.m. to dance to the sound of Boston Baked Blues, and top off the evening with a champagne toast, dessert, coffee and tea, all for just $60 per person. 

There will be a cash bar, raffles, and more.

Boston Baked Blues are one of Boston's best blues bands, and a mainstay of the blues scene for nearly 25 years. They are multiple winners at the Boston Music Awards.

The band is fronted by Vinny Serino and his sometimes searing, screaming, soulful and crying harmonica style. 

The band's music ranges from swing to rhythm and blues, to down-in-the-alley old time blues. As any band leader with a passion for playing, Vinny has always found a way to surround himself with the very best musicians possible. 

On New Year's Eve, this band will be backed by a three-piece horn section, forming an eight-piece band.

Come catch Boston Baked Blues live; you'll find it impossible to walk away without a smile on your face and a warm glow in your heart from the power and the honesty of this mighty blues band. 

Ticket prices are reserved prices.  Walk-ins will be accepted, space permitting, and will be subject to a $20 per person additional fee at the door.

Ahavath Torah Congregation is located on Central St. in Stoughton. 

For questions, call 781-910-3220, or send an email to fundraiser@atorah.org.


DarkKnight December 28, 2011 at 09:33 PM
Go and celebrate life and enjoy some good company and count your blessings. No matter how bad things are there is always someone much worse off.
Snyder's Stoughton December 29, 2011 at 12:06 AM
FYI, ATC LOWERED THE PRICE today for those who want to come at 9 p.m. to $40 per person, a savings of $20 per person over their previous price. Happy & Healthy New Year to all my Patch readers!
Roseanne December 29, 2011 at 02:50 PM
Yes, the Three Stooges Marathon is a tradition! Cocktails at home, just me and my honey, sounds like just the ticket.
Christine Iacobucci December 30, 2011 at 01:44 AM
Agreed. My New Year's Resolution is to remain happy with the many wonderful aspects of my life and to stop worrying about all the other nonsense out there!
Christine Iacobucci December 30, 2011 at 01:45 AM
Mark-that is a great deal! If only I had a babysitter:) I hope many take advantage of this fun night that the ATC is hosting.


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