Thursday, and there's a lot going on in town.
1. Still haven't visited the big guy with the toys? Be sure to check out Patch's regional Santa map, complete with times and places Mr. Claus will be visiting with kids in the area. 2. Patch went boxing last week, and this was the result. Check out our new "Up in Your Business Series" and make a request if you want Patch to come in and film at your business. 3. Dave Malouin returns to the Texas BBQ Company tonight. 4. Bye Bye Birdie opens tonight, put on by the Dramahawks at Algonquin Regional High School. 5. The Community Preservation Committee meets at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall. This meeting is open to the public. Don't miss a beat in Northborough. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.
The Dramahawks present this classic musical comedy.
The musical that was originally inspired by Elvis Presley's draft notice comes to Algonquin Regional High School this weekend. With music written by composer Charles Strouse, Bye Bye Birdie, according to The Broadway Musical Home, is the story of Conrad Birdie's draft to the army. "As a farewell, the rock and roll star is scheduled to sing Albert Peterson's 'One Last Kiss' and kiss a girl from Sweet Apple, Ohio live on the Ed Sullivan Show. However, Conrad's hip-thrusting makes more than one man in town uncomfortable, many of whom attempt to stop the show from happening. Meanwhile, Rosie wonders if Alfred, for whom she does everything, will ever leave his mother's shadow." Brittany Price is one of the Dramahawks, playing Rose Alvarez, …