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Turkey Hill School Drama Club 10th Anniversary Reunion Concert On Friday

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Jan 072020
 

Amity High School hosted an unforgettable 10-Year Alumni Reunion concert in 2018 and this Friday, Jan. 10, Turkey Hill School is following its lead with the Turkey Hill School Drama Club 10th Anniversary Reunion Concert at 7 p.m.

Come see past and current Turkey Hill School Drama Club performers sing songs from the last ten shows!  Hear the stories from the past actors and re-live the magic in this short and entertaining show!

The Turkey Hill Drama Club is inviting all performers who were actors in “Halloween, Again” to come up on stage and in the front of the gym to sing with our performers for the last song! 

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors/students and can be purchased at www.dramaclub-ct.com or at the door the night of the show!

The 2019 Summer Concerts Under The Gazebo Schedule

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Jul 182019
 

Four more bands are scheduled for the summer Concerts under the Gazebo this year.

Each concert will take place on a specific Thursday evening beginning at 6 p.m.

These performances include:

Fools on the Hill on July 18 (Canceled)Al n Sal Duo on July 25, Bad Moon Risin’ on August 8, and the Vybrations on August 22.

Bring a chair or blanket and a few friends for these great shows brought to you by the folks at the Orange Community Services.

Don’t forget, the Orange Farmer’s Market will be under the pavilion from 3:30 to 7 p.m. And some food trucks will be on-site so you can enjoy dinner before the concerts, too.

Be Safe At The Independence Day Concert

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Jul 032019
 

A view of the Orange Fairgrounds on July 5, 2015, from Kevin Arnone’s Drone.

The Annual Independence Day Concert and Fireworks Display is a great time to usher in the summer season and to greet your neighbors. It’s a fun occasion to enjoy the music, perhaps share a meal and to watch an awesome fireworks show.

The Orange Fire Marshal’s Office would like to remind everyone that grills and individual fireworks, including sparklers, are not permitted at the event. The best place to enjoy fireworks is at a public display conducted legally and safely by trained professionals. Be safe and show respect for fellow area residents.

Event Coordinator, Rocky Salperto added; Please do not leave children unsupervised. The Department of Police Services and AMR will have a designated safety area (Orange Center Road Entrance) to report lost children or any suspicious activity. Announcements of lost children WILL NOT be made by public address systems.

Please exercise care when entering and leaving the fairgrounds. Be courteous to your fellow residents as a crowd in excess of 6,000 is expected. Designated CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) members will be present to enforce and keep clear safety areas (marked with white lines on the fairgrounds.)

Pets must be leashed. Be safe and enjoy the show!

 

Food Trucks

Here is a list of food vendors scheduled to be present on the fairgrounds beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday.

Food Trucks include: Rita’s Italian Ice, Reno’s Pizza, JD Kettle Corn, Nutmeg Concessions, 744 Express, Mamoun’s Falafel, Lenny & Joes Seafood, Cousins Maine Lobster, Polar Sweets, Tipsy Cones, Lemonade Grenade.

 

 

 

Don’t Miss Your Favorite Song At Friday’s Big Concert

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Jul 022019
 

The Town of Orange Independence Day Concert & Fireworks Show Event Coordinator, Rocky Salperto released the tentative setlist for the “Back in Time – A Tribute to Huey Lewis and the News” concert to be held Friday night prior to the Independence Day Fireworks Show.

It’s going to be hot and humid but maybe this cool music will keep your mind off of the weather.

The concert begins at 6:30 pm. Having a set list will make it easy for you to know when to listen for your favorite song.

Set #1

6:45-7:45pm

Heart of Rock and Roll

Jacob’s Ladder

Power of Love

Couple Days Off

Heart and Soul

I Know What I Like

Walking on a Thin Line

Miami 2017

Bad is Bad

But It’s Alright

Soul Man

Midnight Hour

Knock on Wood

We’re for a Good Time

 

Set #2

8:30-9:30 pm

Back in Time

Some Kind of Wonderful

Hit Me Like a Hammer

Working for a Living

If This is it

Stuck with You

Alright Now

Lido Shuffle

Life in the Fast Lane

Bad Case of Loving You

I Want a New Drug

Do you Believe in Love

Feels Like the First Time

Doing it all for my Baby

Hip to be Square

Orange Concert and Fireworks

 

The Independence Day Concert with “Back In Time,” a Huey Lewis and the News tribute band, will take place on Friday, July 5  (So far the weather looks great!) (rain date Saturday, July 6) at the Orange Fairgrounds, 525 Orange Center Road, Orange.

The festivities will begin promptly at 6:30 pm with welcoming comments from Orange First Selectman Jim Zeoli. The concert will be followed promptly at 9:30 pm by the Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular with Patriotic Music.

 

Popular Food Trucks will be on site, and novelty items will be available for purchase at the fairgrounds beginning at 6:00 pm. A WPLR radio personality will be on location. Come early and get a good seat. Admission is free. BUT, there will be a suggested parking donation of $5 that will benefit the Orange Little League.

Farmers’ Market And Community Concert Are ON Today

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Jul 052018
 

The rain is expected to carry on throughout the day. So, Dennis Marsh from Orange Community Services postponed tonight’s concert until next Thursday, July 5, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

The Farmers’ Market will go on under the Pavilion at the Orange Fairgrounds, High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road, from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. as scheduled.

There will be many full-time vendors and part-time vendors selling their farm-grown products including vegetables, fruit, meats, baked goods, honey, pasta, soaps, crafts, pet food and more! Farms from the local area will be present; including Grassy Hill, Laurel Glen, Mapleview, North Pease, Oronoque, and Shamrock.

Other vendors include Braids by Britt, Durante’s Pasta, Kind Cactus, Lizzie’s Corner, Mill Pond Essentials, Sweet Seidner’s, and Vic’s Guac Shop and food trucks include Zuppardi’s, Lenny & Joe’s Fish Tale, and Tipsey Cones.

Also, new this year, instrumentalists will perform under the Pavilion.

Don’t let a little rain scare you, come on out, get some fresh veggies and products, meet the farmers and take advantage of the food truck fare so you don’t have to cook tonight.

Details Of The 2018 Orange Independence Day Concert and Fireworks

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Jun 152018
 

The town of Orange may be small in population, but it gained the reputation for bringing in top-flight bands and one of the best fireworks displays in the New Haven County.

For this year’s Independence Day Concert, the Orange Town News, which is once again producing the event, is presenting “The British Invasion Years” to perform prior to the town’s Annual Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular.

More than just The Beatles, The British Invasion Years is three shows in one!

First, you will hear classic songs by iconic sixties, British Groups. British Invasion music was instantly embraced because it was so eclectic…the bad boy soul of the Rolling Stones, the defiant anthems of The Who, the raw and powerful guitar sounds of The Kinks, the flower power grooves ofThe Zombies, and the uplifting pop of Herman’s Hermits.

The American Musical response follows, with memorable hits by celebrated artists like The Beach Boys, The Monkees, The Doors, and Steppenwolf.

The sixties-era retrospective concludes with an extraordinary note-for-note finale of The Beatles Abby Road album.

To preview the band, go to www.britishinvasionyears.com.

The Independence Day Concert will take place on Sunday, July 1 (rain date Monday, July 2) at the Orange Fairgrounds, 525 Orange Center Road, Orange.

The festivities will begin promptly at 6:30 pm with welcoming comments from Orange First Selectman Jim Zeoli.  The concert will be followed promptly at 9:30 pm by the Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular with Patriotic Music.

Event producer Rocky Salperto said, “We are looking forward to another premiere event for area residents to enjoy.  We are excited about producing this show for the seventh consecutive year.  We hope everyone continues to enjoy this great community event. Many thanks go out to our sponsors, our first selectman and town officials for their continued support.”

The event is made possible through area sponsors including major sponsors:  Cohen & Wolf, P.C.; Yale University, The Orange Foundation’s Olga Fund, the Orange Town News & the Town of Orange.

            Popular Food Trucks have been lined up and novelty items will also be available for purchase at the fairgrounds beginning at 6:00 pm.  WPLR Radio will also be on location.  Come early and get a good seat.  Admission is free.  There will be a suggested parking donation of $5 that will benefit the Orange Little League.

Amity Creative Theater 10 Year Anniversary Concert On June 9 — Just 3 Tickets Left!

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Jun 082018
 

Oh My God You Guys (“Legally Blonde”) Amity Theater Alum Connor Deane and Kim Simon are gathering up the old gang and organizing a 10 Year Anniversary Concert to celebrate the Theater Department’s super successful run since Rob and Andrea Kennedy arrived.
There are only 3 tickets left for the One-Night-Only show on Saturday, June 9, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. in the John J. Brady Center for the Performing Arts at Amity High School, 25 Newton Road, Woodbridge.
Celebrate the last ten years of Amity shows at this Anniversary Concert! So many of your favorite drama students from 2008 through 2018, including Deane, Simon, Alli Kramer, Ken Adair, Carson Adair and so many more will present musical numbers from all of their great shows; Grease, Rent, Les Miserables, Chicago, Legally Blonde, Sweeney Todd, Tarzan, In the Heights, Into the Woods and Fiddler on the Roof.
Everyone who knows about it is excited for this one night only, once in a lifetime reunion event that you cannot miss!
Tickets are ONLY $15 each. All proceeds to go to Amity Creative Theater and scholarships for our students.  
Remember, there are only three (3) tickets left (as of 6:42 p.m. on Friday) The ONLY way you can see the show is to click this link – GET TICKETS – HURRY!

Farmers’ Market and Summer Concert Tonight

 

The Orange Farmers’ Market is open today under the pavilion on the Orange Fairgrounds from 3:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.

At 6:30 p.m., the Beatles Tribute band Fools on the Hill, will entertain at the gazebo, bring your chairs and blankets. (band rain date is August 30)

Farmers’ Market and Summer Concert Tonight

 

The Orange Farmers’ Market is open today under the pavilion on the Orange Fairgrounds from 3:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.

At 6:30 p.m., the band Frantic City, playing hits from the 80s, 90s & Beyond, will entertain at the gazebo, bring your chairs and blankets. (band rain date is August 16)