For those of our readers who are old enough to pop a top, be sure to keep those empty bottles and cans on hand for the Theatre on King’s “Toast TTOK” event. In the midst of a looming winter, the pandemic is especially detrimental to venues and performance spaces. This drive is in effort for the Theatre to keep their building up and running as an artistic space for its community in the foreseeable future.
As per the site: “Donated deposits will be accepted every Saturday at The Theatre on King (171 King St.) between 11am-2pm. Additionally, Saturday porch pick-ups between 11am-noon can be arranged via The Theatre on King’s social media accounts.”
The remaining drop-off days are December 19th, January 2nd, and January 9th -- leaving plenty of time to collect over the holiday season.
This is in partnership with several local pubs and bars, including The Ashburnham Alehouse, The Blackhorse Pub, Kettle Drums, Le Petit Bar, The Old Stone, The Publican House, Rare Grill House, and St. Veronus Café and Tap Room. The restaurants have all agreed to donate their share of empties from the first week of December.
As of the beginning of December, TTOK has raised over $1000 in empties deposits, and the drive is seeing an active number of donations. Whether you’re at home or at the bar, be sure to drink responsibly and give a toast to The Theatre on King!
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