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A Night at the Copa

$10 Tickets.

Fundraiser Dance to Benefit BOSTON PRIME TIMERS with Music, Dancing, Raffles and THE SISTERS OF PERPETUAL INDULGENCE.

The Prime Timers, founded by Woody Baldwin in Boston on August 15, 1987, is a brotherhood of mature gay and bisexual men and their friends who join together for friendship, support, educational and social activities. Our diverse membership, some retired, some still working, is involved and focused on improving the image and quality of gay life through activities like volunteerism, politics, gay issues, arts, sports, and entertainment.

Lakeside Café May Update

From our friends at HESSCO:

Hi All,

The next LGBT Luncheon will be held on May 15th from 11-1 PM at the Sharon Adult Center (219 Massapoag Ave, Sharon). Please RSVP so we can make sure we have plenty of food. Also, PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS! In honor of Pride Month we are planning an event on Monday June 19th from 5-7:30 PM at the Sharon Adult Center. In place of the luncheon we will host a Supper Club Pizza Party and view the documentary film Gen Silent. The documentary follows the lives of six LGBT seniors living in the Boston area who must choose if they will hide their sexuality in order to survive in the long-term health care system. More information will follow but want to make sure you save the date!

Best,

Jayne

Lakeside Café April Update

From our friends at HESSCO:

Hi All,

Just a reminder the next LGBT Luncheon will be held this Monday, April 24th from 11-1 at the Sharon Adult Center. If you haven’t already RSVP’d please do so by tomorrow so we can make sure we have enough food. Terry Tomasello, the HESSCO Intake Specialist will be speaking on Options Counseling for Older Adults. Hope everyone can make it!!

Best,

Jayne

May Dinner

Tuesday, May 30th
Cocktails 6 PM, Dinner 7 PM

Choices: (1) Stuffed Pork Chop, (2) Panko Chicken Picatta, (3) Fish & Chips, (4) Rigatoni with Meatballs, (5) Veggie Pizza.

Club Café, 209 Columbus Ave, Boston. (617) 536-0966

Nearest T Stop: Back Bay Station on the Orange Line or Arlington Street Station on the Green Line. The Inbound № 9 Bus from Broadway Station (Red Line) stops across the street at Berkeley St. & Columbus Ave.

Cost: $28.00 per person includes Soup/Salad, Entree, Coffee/Tea, Dessert as well as Gratuity.

Your payment must be received by March 18th.

Lakeside Café March Update

From our friends at HESSCO:

Hi All,

Happy SNOWY Friday! Just a reminder the next LGBT Luncheon will be held on Monday, March 20th from 11-1. We’ll be hosting a leprechaun contest with prizes for the most unique costume and all around BEST costume in memory of our BEST Leprechaun of all time…Paul Rizzo. Hope everyone can make this fun day! Please RSVP so we make sure we have plenty of food.

Best,

Jayne

P.S.…STAY WARM!!!

Coro Allegro & Boston Gay Men’s Chorus

On Sunday, March 12th at 3 PM, at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Coro Allegro will be performing The White Raven, their 10th Anniversary Pinkham Award Concert. Tickets start at $20 for seniors. For more information and for tickets, see their site.

On Saturday, March 18th at 8 PM and Sunday, March 19th at 3 PM, the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus will be performing Let’s Hear It for the Boys at Jordan Hall. Tickets for Saturday start at $25; Sunday’s start at $30. For info & tickets, see this page.

Lakeside Café February Update

From our friends at HESSCO:

Hi All,

Just a friendly reminder, the next Lakeside Café Luncheon will be held NEXT Monday February 27th from 11-1 at the Sharon Adult Center, 219 Massapoag Ave Sharon. Please RSVP no later than Friday morning so I can order the food. Looking forward to seeing everyone next week!

Best,

Jayne

April Dinner

Tuesday, April 25th
Cocktails 6 PM, Dinner 7 PM

Choices: (1) Statler Chicken, (2) Sirloin Steak Tips, (3) Pan Seared Parmesan Almond Crusted Cod, (4) Rigatoni with Meatballs, (5) Veggie Pizza.

Club Café, 209 Columbus Ave, Boston. (617) 536-0966

Nearest T Stop: Back Bay Station on the Orange Line or Arlington Street Station on the Green Line. The Inbound № 9 Bus from Broadway Station (Red Line) stops across the street at Berkeley St. & Columbus Ave.

Cost: $28.00 per person includes Soup/Salad, Entree, Coffee/Tea, Dessert as well as Gratuity.

Your payment must be received by March 18th.

Hasty Pudding Theatricals

HPT 169 Casino Evil poster

As has been our winter theater outing for many a year, the Boston Prime Timers will once again make the journey to Cambridge to see Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals. This year’s 169th Production is entitled: “HPT169: Casino Evil”. We have reserved 50 tickets for this year’s performance at 8 PM on Thursday, March 2nd. The performance will be held at Farkas Hall, 12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. The location is just outside of Harvard Square (the closest T stop is Harvard Square on the Red Line). Tickets are $27 per seat and our seats will be on the right side of the center section as one enters the theater. The last day to get one’s tear sheet into the Office to secure a seat is Friday, February 10th, so PLEASE mail requests before then so as to be received NO LATER than that date. The tickets will be mailed to each attendee the following week.

About this year’s production: CASINO EVIL

Bada bing! It’s 1930 and there’s no prohibition on drama in the Nevada desert. As cannoli-crazy goodfella Al Calzone goes all-in building his nasty new casino, senile sharpshooter Grannie Oakley and her Oz-tounding granddaughter Ruby Slippers fight to keep their Western saloon town afloat and the tommy guns at bay. With the help of swanky show-cat Dan Delion, the townsfolk plot to turn Don Calzone into their furry friend’s next fancy feast-but Al and mafiosa Bella Donna have plans of their own to spa-get-ti the deed and transform the Westerners’ home into a literal ghost town. Will lady-layin’ lawman Hank Kupfs put the crooks behind bars, or will local prostitute Ophelia Thrustin have to call-girl it quits? Will cheeky bandito Dennis Jimenez grow up to be a Zorro or a zero? Will smokin’ waitress Em Fizeema cough up the mafia’s secrets and burn the mobsters, or will Mormon missionary Paul Igamy end up sleepin’ with the fishes in Salt Lake? You’ll never guess who goes bust and who hits the jackpot in HPT 169: Casino Evil!

This year’s writers are David Shayne ‘19 and Jacob Roberts ‘19. The music is composed by Fraser Weist ‘18.