Dull Men’s Club to celebrate a decade


Dull Men’s Club to celebrate a decade
The Dull Men’s Club in Northborough is celebrating its 10th anniversary. (Photo/Courtesy)

NORTHBOROUGH – The Northborough Dull Men’s Club will be commemorating its 10th anniversary on Feb. 21.

The club was founded in 2014 by President Bernie Gillon, and it has grown to include over 60 members who gather weekly at the Northborough Senior Center.

The anniversary celebration is set to take place at the Northborough Senior Center on Feb. 21, serving as a testament to a decade of camaraderie and shared appreciation for life’s uncomplicated joys.

Contrary to its name, the Dull Men’s Club is anything but dull. It is a place where men come together to share thoughts and experiences in a friendly atmosphere. Far from being boring, members revel in the freedom to enjoy the simple, ordinary pleasures of life, with a strict policy against discussing politics and religion.

Gillon expressed his gratitude for the club’s growth over the years, stating, “We’ve built something special here—a community where men can embrace the ordinary, find joy in simplicity, and forge lasting connections. It’s a celebration of the unremarkable, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.”

The Northborough Dull Men’s Club invites the community to join them in marking this significant milestone and looks forward to another decade of embracing the delightfully mundane.

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