Non-Christmas activities this weekend: Sports, musical, and a book signing (Updated)

by beth on December 4, 2015

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Before I flood the blog with all the Christmas hooplah planned for this weekend, here’s a look at activities that have nothing to do with the holidays.

Algonquin is continuing it’s musical through Saturday night. This weekend, the school’s varsity sports program has two pre-season events, including one for charity. And a local author is holding a book signing, also for charity.

Friday, December 4, 2015

  • ARHS Musical – Good News (7:00 pm) @ Algonquin Regional High School: Good News: The Musical – Love & Football $10 at the door. See dedicated post for more details.

Saturday, December 5, 2015

  • Girls Swimming in the Mid-Wach Swim-a-thon against Hunger (6:00 pm) @ Westboro Tennis And Swim Club
  • ARHS Musical – Good News (7:00 pm) @ Algonquin Regional High School: Good News: The Musical – Love & Football $10 at the door. See dedicated post for more details.
  • Book Signing (1:00 – 3:00 pm) @ Tatnuck Bookseller, Westborough: Southborough author Kirk Westphal will be signing copies of his book No Ordinary Game about great moments in sports that happen to everyday people (including several stories about incredible kids right here in Southborough). He will also be donating all of his royalties to the Special Olympics of Massachusetts, which is partnering with him to help promote the book and its inspirational stories. Learn more about it at: kirkwestphalwriting.com. (if you missed this because I had it listed as Sunday, you can pick up signed copies at the still store Sunday.)

Sunday, December 6, 2015 

    • Girls Basketball Scrimmage vs. Taunton (3:30 pm) @ Taunton High School

    (Image above left from Facebook, above right from Westphal’s website)

    Updated (12/6/15 9:20 am): My apologies to Kirk Westphalia. I accidentally had his book signing listed under Sunday’s events instead of Saturday’s. He tells me that he left to some signed copies at the store in case anyone comes in today, expecting him to be there.

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