Our Events

You’ll always know what’s going on with our organization. We host two different types of events. 

Night on the Town Events are one of our programs in which we provide cancer patients and others dealing with a life-threatening illness a "Night on the Town" at the North Shore Music Theatre. These events are free to our guests and their companion(s) and include a pre-show reception with a dinner buffet, the performance, and a post-show reception with the cast.

Community Shows are public events that are produced by To Show We Care. The proceeds from these events benefit To Show We Care.

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Night on the Town

"Night on the Town" - Oklahoma!

Friday, June 14, 2019
6:30 pm11:30 pm
North Shore Music Theatre
"Night on the Town" - Oklahoma!

Are you currently receiving treatment for cancer? Be our guest to a Free Night on the Town!

Enjoy dining in a relaxed atmosphere with friends and bask in the magic of live theatre at The North Shore Music Theatre.

To Show We Care is hosting a Free “NIGHT on the TOWN“ for persons currently in treatment for Cancer or other life-threatening illness.

The evening includes dinner at our pre-show reception, the performance of Oklahoma!, and a post-show reception with the cast.

Information & Reservations (978) 236-8161 x1 or rsvp@2swc.org
Reservations must be made no later than Wednesday, June 12.


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Our Partners

  • The Gables at Winchester

    The Gables at Winchester’s philosophy of care is ensuring quality of life for our seniors and others each and every day. One of our Five Star Values is: “We Put people First”.

    As a community, we practice our values each and every day, by building and growing relationships with residents and family members as we strive to be our best.

    Becoming more involved with “ To Show We Care” is helping us touch more families beyond our community and creating special memorable moments because so many of our lives have been touched by illness. Learn more