January 19, 2019

Fifteen Acts To Compete For Cash In Rehoboth 375 Talent Show


(April 18, 2018) The Rehoboth 375 Anniversary Committee is very pleased to announce that fifteen talented acts will compete for cash prizes on Saturday, May 5 at the Rehoboth 375 Talent Show to be held in the auditorium at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School starting at 6:30 PM.
Contestants include: Breanna Guay, Jacob Calamar, Lindsay Carlson, Avery Thomas, Jay Cunningham, Counterfeit Cash (Rodney Bruelle and Jim Sequin), Salvador Lopez, Katie Calverley, Benjamin Foss, Zachariah Padin, David Falcon, Bill Maiorano, Richard Barrett, Magic Eye (Matthew Earle, Matthew Little, Ethan Votalato, Conor Harrington and Kyle Kelly), and the duo of Charles and Christopher Pike.
Thanks to generous donors, cash prizes will be awarded to two categories (age 17 and under, age 18 and over) with first place prizes of $500, second place prizes of $250 and third place prizes of $100.
Funding for the 17 and under prizes were a generous donation from Michael and Anna Deignan in honor of her father, Frank Nizzari, a well-known classical and jazz musician, composer, and recording artist who passed away in 2005. Along with founding the jazz ensemble Northwind, he was a frequent guest with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops playing bassoon, saxophone and clarinet, and he taught at both Berklee School of Music and Boston University.
Tickets are $5 per person, $20 for a family up to five with children five years and under admitted free. Tickets available at the door. No assigned seating, so get there early. Refreshments and 375 commemorative items will also be available for purchase. This event is a fundraiser for the Rehoboth 375 Parade.

Event Date
Saturday, May 5, 2018
Event time
6:30 PM
Cost / donation
Tickets are $5 per person, $20 for a family up to five with children five years and under admitted free.


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