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Boston Shines-Saturday, May 7, 2016

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Volunteers from Boston College, Brighton Main Streets and the Carpenter's Union clean, weed, mulch and plant flowers at Brighton Common, the Veronica Smith Senior Center and islands in Brighton Center at Boston Shines event on May 7th

Neighborhood Night at the Theater

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Neighbors enjoyed a pre-performance reception and remarks by the play's director and members of the Robsham Theater staff.

The Servant of Two Masters

Boston College students during a performance of "The Servant of Two Masters."  The 2016 BC Arts Festival and Neighborhood Night at the Theater took place on Thursday, April 28th at Robsham Theater.

BC Students Sing to Raise Money for St. Columbkille
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One of Boston College’s most popular community events, the “Sing It to the Heights” music competition, took place for the 12th year on March 3rd. Boston College freshman William Supple was crowned winner of a singing competition featuring outstanding student musicians and singers that was held last week in Robsham Theater.

Proceeds from the event – sponsored by the Emerging Leader Program, Office of Governmental and Community Affairs, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, and Robsham Theater Arts Center – support music programs at the St. Columbkille Partnership School, a Catholic elementary school in Brighton operated by St. Columbkille Parish, the Archdiocese of Boston and Boston College. Last year’s show raised $6,350.