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Preview of Naugatuck Community Band's Holiday Concert

The annual NCB Holiday Concert will take place this Saturday in downtown Seymour.

Members of the NCB prepare for their holiday concert in 2011
Members of the NCB prepare for their holiday concert in 2011
The Naugatuck Community Band, under the direction of Charley Marenghi, will present their holiday concert at the Strand Theater in downtown Seymour on Saturday, Dec. 21. The concert was scheduled for last Saturday, but had to be postponed due to snowy weather.

The NCB will begin playing a selection of holiday selections at 7:00pm. Admission to the concert is free. There is also a food drive folded into this concert, so bring along a nonperishable food to donate.

The Naugatuck Community Band is a volunteer, non-profit organization consisting of musicians from throughout the Naugatuck Valley area and beyond.  They enjoy and take pride in performing music at various events throughout the year. 

The Strand Theater is located at 165 Main Street, Seymour, CT.

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Kevin O'Shea December 17, 2013 at 02:04 PM
"Naugatuck Community" Band, could not find a place in the town of Naugatuck to hold a Christmas Concert ??!!??
Charles Marenghi December 17, 2013 at 02:29 PM
Kevin, unfortunately there are no locations that could be used in Naugatuck that fit the entire band. In addition, the few facilities in town in which we could fit all charge fees. However, Seymour has refurbished their old Strand Theater for movies, plays and concerts. In cooperation with the Seymour Arts Council they are not only providing a location for us but they are sponsoring us. The old Salem theater in Naugatuck would be ideal for things like this in Naugatuck. Unfortunately it is not available.

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