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14th Annual PROGRESSIVE DINNER

It’s Our 14th Annual2020 PROGRESSIVE DINNERSaturday  •  February 1, 2020  •  6 to 10 p.m. Six spectacular homes in our N. Walnut Street neighborhood are hosting this year’s Three-Course Dinner Members • $75 per personGuests and Non-Members • $80 per person A few days before the event, we email your starting house location.Please let us …

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A Big Success! Our 10th Annual Progressive Dinner

Nearly 100 members of Friends of Marshall Square Park celebrated the 10th and biggest Progressive Dinner on Saturday, February 6, 2016. Our Events Committee (above) is a big reason for an outstanding success. Everyone gave their all, but committee chair Betsy Woodrow deserves special mention for steering the process. Treasurer Linda Scott originated FMSP’s Progressive …

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8th Progressive Plates Review & Slideshow

As always, our Progressive Plates (formerly Progressive Dinner) was a smash hit. We had fun with neighbors, we ate well, and we drank well. Previously, because homes have a limited capacity, many could not get tickets. To have room for more, we added a home, dined in two groups for the first two plates, and …

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8th Annual Progressive Plates Event

Neighbors & Friends of Marshall Square Park, Your invitation to our 8th Annual Progressive Plates gathering was mailed—if yours didn’t arrive, please print and use this PDF of our Invitation. Our beloved winter wine & dine event is Saturday, February 1, 2014, at 6 PM. This year’s format is slightly different from earlier years, with …

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7th Annual Progressive Dinner

2013, February 2, Saturday, Groundhog Day Another PROGRESSIVE DINNER! at the four neighborhood homes of our… HOSTS Thanks to all the hosts and guests over the years for making this event possible and successful. Your support brings our next big project closer every year—reinstalling the long-lost, NOW-FOUND FOUNTAIN at Franklin and Marshall Streets, gone since …

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