Business briefs, May 24 edition
Rhythm Dance Company holds recital June 1
Worcester – Saturday, June 1, Rhythm Dance Company (RDC) will hold its dance recital at 11 a.m., 2 p.m., and 5 p.m. at Worcester State University. For more information on the recital or any of RDC's summer dance programs, call 508-366-1003 or visit www.rhythmdanceco.com. RDC is located at 57 East Main St. in Westborough.
Tower Hill Botanic Garden opens Wednesday evenings this summer
Boylston – You know summer is really here when Tower Hill Botanic Garden's evening hours go into effect! Tower Hill visitors can now enjoy warm summer evenings every Wednesday, May 29 through September 25, from 4:30 to 9 p.m.? On Wednesday evenings, Tower Hill's Twigs Café serves delicious small plate meals, prepared by the Garden's own chef, Tom Simons. The menu includes a fine selection of wine and beer, as well as a signature cocktail. The Café seats guests until 8 p.m., while the Garden remains open until 9 p.m. Tower Hill Botanic Garden is located at 11 French Dr. in Boylston. For more information, call 508-869-6111 or visit www.towerhillbg.org.
Northboro Chiropractor announces healthy food drive
Northborough – Food pantries receive the bulk of their donations during the winter holiday season, but hunger is a year-round issue. Northboro Chiropractic Center, 6 Maple St., will be holding a summer healthy food drive from Monday, June 3 through Thursday, June 27 to benefit the Northborough Food Pantry. Those who donate food will earn tickets toward a chance to win a $100 Lowe's Market gift card. For more information call 508-393-2513 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marlborough Lions Club supports Cancer Pavilion
Marlborough – The Marlborough Lions Club recently donated $1,000 to the Cancer Pavilion at Marlborough Hospital as their way of showing support for this important expansion at the hospital.? Robert Page, the club's president, explained, “The Lions Club helps where help is needed??”in our own communities and around the world?with unmatched integrity and energy. We are pleased to help build the Cancer Pavilion at Marlborough Hospital. The Cancer Pavilion will help residents of our community fight their cancer battle in a caring and compassionate facility.” The completed center is slated to open this summer.
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