Wenzel: Princess Boutique comes to Marlborough High School for prom season


Wenzel: Princess Boutique comes to Marlborough High School for prom seasonMARLBOROUGH – Dresses in shades of every color of the rainbow, as well as black and white, will be available on Saturday, March 25, at the Marlborough High School as the Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club presents its annual Metrowest Princess Boutique. 

Gowns that are embroidered, beaded, ruffled and plain in styles short, long and many lengths in between will be available for local teens in and around Marlborough for the upcoming prom season. 

The MJWC’s goal is to help qualified girls get to the prom by easing the financial burden for them and their family. All items, dresses, shoes, make-up and accessories are free.  

The students will have the help of personal shoppers and seamstresses to make the whole outfit perfect for their prom or senior reception.

For more information about donations, visit the website (http://www.mwprincessboutique.com/).

Wenzel: Princess Boutique comes to Marlborough High School for prom season
At the 2013 MJWC Princess Boutique, teenager Susan Scopetski said “yes to the dress” when she spotted a gown donated by former Marlborough Mayor Nancy Stevens and worn at the 2008 Mayor’s Charity Ball. In photo, from left, are Katherine Hennessy, Theresa Frias, Susan Scopetski, Nancy Stevens and Katie Robey.

BAKLAVA and spanikopita as well as many more of your favorite Greek pastries will be available at the Greek Bake Sale on Saturday, April 8, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Homemade by members of the Saints Anargyroi Greek Orthodox Church, the goodies are right in time for Easter celebrations the next day. You can also enjoy coffee and pastry at the café. The church is located at 9 central St. in Marlborough. 

THE MARLBOROUGH High School Drama Club will present Roald Dahl’s “Matilda the Musical” on Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18, at 7 p.m. and on Sunday, March 19, at 2 p.m., at the Whitcomb Middle School auditorium at 25 Union St., Marlborough.

THE MARLBOROUGH Lions Club will present the 26th annual Father Daughter Dance on Friday, April 14, 6 to 8 p.m., at the Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel sponsored by the Marlborough Lions Club and the Mitrakas Family. 

There will be refreshments, raffle prizes and music for dancing with DJ Victor. Photography by Paul Smith will be available from 5:45 – 7:45 p.m. Young ladies aged 3 to 15 and accompanied by an adult male are welcome to attend. This is an alcohol-free event. You can buy your $7 presale tickets, through April 12, at Bouvier Pharmacy, Dairy Queen, Main Street Café and Taqueria La Tapatia. Tickets at the door are $10 per person.

THE MARLBOROUGH Senior Center recently had a collection box for donations for Roland’s House, a local men’s shelter. 

Wenzel: Princess Boutique comes to Marlborough High School for prom season
Lou Bibi of Marlborough’s Facility Department loaded up the donations from a collection box at the Senior Center and brought them to Roland’s House, a local men’s shelter.

IN HONOR of Women’s History Month, the Marlborough Historical Society will present “The United States vs Susan B. Anthony: Voting Rights for Women,” on Tuesday, March 28, at 7 p.m., at the Peter Rice Homestead, 377 Elm St. This presentation will be given by the Honorable Dennis J. Curran, Justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court. Justice Curran served as a Massachusetts trial judge for 15 years. The public is invited to attend this free event and refreshments will be served. 

“TRIVIA NIGHT” will be presented on Friday, March 31, at the Hudson Elks, 99 Park St., Hudson. Doors open at 6 p.m. and Trivia begins at 7 p.m. Presented by the Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club, the tickets are $25 per person and include Trivia as well as a dessert table Tables are welcome to bring their own food/snacks to share. 

March 8 – Vanessa Newton DMD
March 17 – Donna Christo
March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day
March 18 – Max Wills, Sarah Duquette and Kyle Gilchrest
March 23 – Ellen Dolan and Ashley Bonina
March 25 – Marcia Cross and Peter Nott
March 27 – Susan Alatalo
March 28 – Janet Dunbar,  Judy Bosworth and Todd Besuchemin
March 29 – John Evangelous Jr. and Bill McPhee Sr,
March 30 – Tish Bouvier, Erlene Hinckley and Tim Kinney

March 17 – Jenn and Casey-Lee Bastien

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