Beatles Tribute Band ‘All Together Now’ Playing This Saturday, July 13, 2013, In Wolfeboro, NH, 7 pm.
.by Anura Guruge
This Saturday’s band on the ongoing Summer program at Cate Park, Wolfeboro.
The season kicked off, with a BIG bang, last Saturday night
with the ever so much fun
the ‘Blues Brothers the Next Generation’ (BBNG).
BBNG will be a hard act to follow.
I have never heard of this tribute band prior to this.
This morning, i.e., around 1 am, I went looking for them.
They seem decent enough.
We plan to go.
Yet again they are saying P.M. thunderstorms.
We all lucked out last Saturday.
It was picture perfect.
Not sure we will get a repeat.
It has been gray since Monday.
Quite a Summer.
Very impressed with the efforts put on by Wolfeboro.
But, it befits their heritage and legacy as the
‘Oldest Summer Resort in the U. S. of A.’
If we go, I will of course tell you about it …
.by Anura Guruge
1/ British Commonwealth troops WW I … — July 10, 2013.
2/ British WW I recruitment efforts … — July 10, 2013.
3/ King George V’s ‘Great Silence’ proclamation … — July 9, 2013.
4/ Origins Of “Armistice Day” (a.k.a “Poppy Day”) — June 11, 2013.
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Part of My “Poppy Day” series on this Blog.
These are items kindly sent to me by Nancy, which I received on Monday.
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This is a part of my desk. I happen to have a “Lion’s Club” lion (that I picked up at a yard sale) on my desk since the lion is the symbol of my race — and my mother’s maiden name actually means ‘good lion’. I think you all know that the Ceylon/Sri Lanka flag as a rampant, sword wielding lion on it. There have never been lions in Ceylon! This lion symbolism relates to where we came from … central Asia. The other artifact, ‘glued’ to the bottom of my right-hand monitor is a commemorative medal depicting an ancient Ceylonese ‘moonstone’ used as a step.
A clipping of a recruitment poster that was included with the poppies.