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March 1, 2013

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Maria Anderson, Bova’s daughter, has emerged as a leading vocalist in the region and will captivate the audience with such dynamic tunes as “When October Goes” and “Why Was I Born.”

Peggy Ryan of Somerville is a tried and true belter with an incredible dynamic range delivering with zest such classics as “Come Rain or Come Shine” and “Everything Must Change.”

Beverly resident Tom Edmonds possesses a booming voice while immersing himself in songs such as “ I Hear Music” and “The Way You Look Tonight.”

Along with other wonderful selections, this is sure to be a memorable show.

“Serenade in Blue” a musical celebration and farewell to Tony Bova will be presented at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway. Tickets are $30. For tickets and more info, call 978-657-3968.

March Madness Job Fair is Tuesday

NORTH ANDOVER — ValleyWorks Career Center in partnership with Ozzy Properties Inc. will present the March Madness Job Fair March 5 at Osgood Landing, 1600 Osgood St., North Andover.

The fair is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Job seekers can meet with over 25 employer representatives from a variety of industries, including administration, communication, customer service, education, engineering, finance, health care, insurance, food service, machining, manufacturing and transportation.

Event organizers say first impressions matter, and suggest attendees practice their 30-second introductions, dress neatly and have a clean appearance, bring multiple copies of their resumes and come prepared to complete job applications.

Membership or preregistration not required. Career Center members are asked to bring membership information for quicker entrance. Watch for updated employer listings and event details at www.valleyworks.cc.

Caribbean Escape event open to public

HAVERHILL — The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce’s Caribbean Escape event taking place tonight is now open to the public due to a large number of requests for tickets.

The event, originally designed as a business networking mixer, is being held in partnership with Nunan Florist & Greenhouses and is from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at Nunan’s greenhouse, 269 Central St., Georgetown. The heated greenhouse will be transformed into a tropical paradise. Nunan’s home-grown tropical plants, waterfall vignettes and chatty Macaw will give the illusion of paradise, and they’ll turn up the heat so it feels you are on a vacation on a tropical island. A disc jockey will provide Caribbean-themed music, including reggae and Jimmy Buffet favorites. Guests will enjoy tropical hors d’oeuvres including shrimp, jerk chicken, plantains and more.

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