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Cakes & Comedy

A fundraiser for the Tyler Foundation

Three Desserts + Three Comedians = a fun night out supporting a great cause!

 

Join us for a fun night out at the Westford Regency on Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 7pm-11pm.

Silent Auction Donations:

 

 

 

 

If you would like to donate an item to the silent auction or know of a company that would be willing to donate a gift certificate or item, please email heather@tylerfoundation.org

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The Comedians ...

Artie

Januario

Artie is one of

Boston's

premier

comedians. He's a pharmacist by day and a comedian at night. Artie travels the country with his incredible act, including Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and all of New England. Earlier in his career, Artie made a name for himself performing with national headliners such as Dom Irrera, Brian Regan, Jeff Dunham, Lenny Clarke, and many more. Now, he is one of the most well known and respected comedians in the area. He is absolutely one of the most hilarious comedians in the country and makes any show a resounding success.

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Julie

Kitayama

is a very funny

comedian

from

Arlington, MA. She ventured

into the Boston Comedy

scene looking for a creative way to share her writing and she found it.  Julie will weave her way into your heart and tickle your funny bone with her razor sharp wit, clever observations and charm. She’ll delight you with tales of past relationships, Disney World and her obsession with time travel. Julie’s unique perspective comes from her multi-cultural up bringing and living a happily, single life in an otherwise coupled world.  She performs throughout New England and has taken part in the Women in Comedy Festival as well as the Laugh Skull Festival. 

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Ken

Reid

Called a “pop

culture maven”

by the Boston

Globe, Boston native Ken Reid has been performing for over 10 years in various capacities. In 1995 he formed the seminal Boston Punk Rock group “30 Seconds Over Tokyo” at Boston’s infamous “Rat” club. The band developed a fanbase, and played with bands such as The Dropkick Murphys, Suicide Machines, Avail, The Unseen and more.

In 2003 while living in London, Ken Reid decided to try his hand at stand up. After performing around clubs and colleges in the UK he returned to Boston in late 2003 and has been a staple on the comedy scene ever since.

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Tickets are $30 per person.

To purchase a ticket, send a check to:
Tyler Foundation
P.O. Box 733
Groton, MA 01450

 

Or you can purchase your tickets online:

 

 

 

 


If you would like to reserve an entire table of 10, please send a check for all 10 tickets and include a note with your check.  If you would like to have each guest pay for their tickets separately, have them include a note with their payment that they are part of your table.  We will reserve a table for you with your name on it, so you can all sit together at the same table.

 

Hotel Information:

We have blocked off rooms at the Westford Recency if you wish to spend the night.  Reservations for the event can be made by calling the hotel’s reservation department at (978) 692-8200 and mention the Tyler Foundation Cakes & Comedy Fundraiser.  Rooms are $105 a night single or double occupancy plus applicable fees and taxes.  To ensure the special rate we have, please book your room by October 12th.

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