The Inaugural Bash at Open Square, Sunday, January 15, 2012. 7pm-midnight. An evening of dancing, music, Light Hors D’Oeuvres by Seth Mias Catering, and an all-around great time. Open Square, 383 Dwight Street, Holyoke. Cash Bar. Tickets $20 online at http://www.eventbrite.com/ event/2632553037 or at the door!
The 2012 Inaugural Ball in honor of Mayor Alex B. Morse, Saturday, January 14 at The Log Cabin, 500 Easthampton Road, Holyoke. Cocktail reception begins at 6:00PM. Followed by a plated dinner and merriment at 7:00PM. This is a black-tie optional event. Tickets are $75 per person or $500 per table of 8.
Tickets for the Inaugural Ball must be purchased by Thursday, January 12. Contact Jessica Morse 413-210-2379 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mayor’s Inaugural Bash at Open Square! Sunday, January 15. 7pm-midnight. An evening of dancing, music, and an all-around great time. Open Square, 383 Dwight Street, Holyoke. Cash Bar. Tickets $20 online at http://www.eventbrite.com/ event/2632553037 or at the door!
Events paid for and authorized by Alex Morse for Mayor Committee, Jessica Morse, Treasurer
Country Inn & Suites is offering a special $79.00 room rate for the Inauguration events. Breakfast is included, in the morning from 6:00AM-9:00AM. 1 Countryclub Road, Holyoke, MA 01040; 413-533-2100
this Saturday, Dec. 10, 9AM-11AM at the Holyoke Boys & Girls Club, 70 Nick Cosmos Way, Holyoke.
Let’s come together after the election for the common benefit of our city, regardless of our previous or different affiliations. Tell your family, friends & neighbors.
You may purchase tickets online, at the office (1548 Northampton St, Holyoke. M-F 9AM-5PM), or at the door on the day of the event.
I invite you to support the Holyoke Boys & Girls Club by bringing a new unwrapped toy (suitable for girls and/or boys, age 5-13) to the Breakfast. The Boys & Girls Club will distribute the toys to the girls and boys that they serve in the city of Holyoke.
TRANSITION HOLYOKE CONFERENCE: FILLED TO CAPACITY, NO MORE TICKETS.
We are excited by the buzz across the city and high community interest about the Transition Holyoke Conference. After expanding our initial capacity due to reaching capacity within 48 hours of announcing the conference, we have sold out of tickets again for the Conference. Registrations are no longer being accepted.
EVENT LOCATION CHANGED:
As a result of expanding the conference capacity, we have moved the location for the conference to the War Memorial Building, at 310 Appleton Street. The event is still being hosted from 12-5pm on Saturday, December 10th.
While the event is free, registration is required to attend, due to limited seating and a light lunch being offered.
While there are no longer tickets available for the event, you can put your name and contact information on the wait list on the eventbrite registration page at www.transitionholyoke.eventbrite.com to be informed of any upcoming community events hosted by Mayor Elect Morse.
Thank you for your interest in participating in this important community conversation. The dialogue will continue beyond Saturday, so we hope you will continue to offer your voice and perspectives when other opportunities arise.
On Monday, Mayor Elect Morse met with a number of folks in the community in regards to the transition.
These people include:
President of Mt. Holyoke College, George Mulry, Director of the Holyoke Volleyball Hall of Fame, Maggie Bergin, Social Media consultant, Interview with the Christian Science Monitor, Members of Mater Dolorosa Church, Staff at the Holyoke Geriatric Authority, David Dupont, Superintendent of Schools, Jim Lavelle, Manager of Holyoke Gas & Electric.
In the spirit of innovation, transparency, and bold leadership, I am excited to announce events to engage and involve the community throughout the transition process. My transition team will be hosting a Unity Breakfast, and a Transition Holyoke Conference.
To purchase a ticket for the Unity Breakfast, visit http://www.wepay.com/tickets/view/125388
To register for the free Transition Holyoke Conference, visit: http://www.transitionholyoke.eventbrite.com
I spoke to thousands of residents during the campaign and heard common themes of innovation, bold leadership and transparency. In the spirit of those ideals, I have organized this conference to engage the community in a deeper, more meaningful way, in the transition process.
This event, different by design, is structured to challenge, inspire and focus the best thinking from the diversity of residents in Holyoke. Creative collaborative think tanks will emerge by the end of the day, focused around community priorities such as:
• Green Economy
• Economy Development
• Public Safety
• Youth Engagement/Issues
• Art and Creative Economy
• Civic Pride
• Marketing/Holyoke’s New Story
Space is limited, so registration is encouraged for this FREE community conference. Visit www.transitionholyoke.eventbrite.com
Click on this link to register now for this free community conference. Space is limited, so registration is encouraged.
The Conference is from 12-5pm on Saturday December 10, 2011 and will be held at the Holyoke Transportation Center at 206 Maple Street. Light lunch will be provided.
On Monday, I attended a Seminar for New Mayors sponsored by the Massachusetts Municipal Association. I had the opportunity to meet with other new Mayors across the state, as well as speak with current Mayors of Salem, New Bedford, Amesbury, and others.