July 11 - TRIVIA NIGHT
Several fun programs are scheduled for this summer. The first will be a Trivia Night, July 11 at 7pm. Teams of 4 can
compete for prizes and a special trophy. Refreshments will be available, contestants may BYOB. Entry fee is $40 per team, or $10 per person.
To register or for more information, call Gateway at 508-765-4531. Advance registration is required.
Come to the barn for a fun night- friendly competition and a test of your knowledge will be an entertaining way to spend
a Saturday night.
August 1 - IMPROV NIGHT
On Saturday, August 1, at 7pm, the professional troupe- Bring Your Own Impov- will come to the Gateway Barn for a
night of fun, laughter and improvisation. Spend a night with friends- new & old- to laugh and be entertained. Admission is $10 per person. Refreshments
will be available and people may BYOB. Please call the barn (508-764-4531) to reserve a space.We want to set up enough tables and chairs!
3 Week Summer Youth Workshop
Register now for the 3 week youth workshop which begins August 2. Sessions will be held in the Gateway Arts Barn, with the performance showcase scheduled
for August 21 at the Charlton Public Library.
Caitlyn Gaughan will lead the workshop which will focus on makeup, costume and puppetry. There will be 2 groups,
ages 7-12 and 13-17. Sessions for ages 7-12 will be held Sunday, 1-3pm and Monday 4:30 - 6:30pm. Sessions for ages 13-17 will be held Monday 5:30- 7:30pm
and Wednesday 4:30- 6:30pm. All sessions will be held in the Gateway Arts Barn, 111 Main St. The performance showcase is scheduled for 7pm in the Charlton
Library, Main Street in Charlton. Workshop fees are $50 per child, with additional family members charged $40 each. Workshop fees must be paid prior to
the start of the workshops. To register, contact Caitlin Gaughan at email@example.com. Checks may be mailed to Gateway Players Theatre at PO Box 171,
Southbridge MA 01550. Sign up now- this is a fun way for kids to spend the summer learning theater techniques and skills.
This workshop is funded in part by a grant from the Charlton Cultural Council, a local agency, funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.