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HOLIDAY POTLUCK PARTY

Due to the great success of last year's Holiday Potluck Party, we are making this an annual event. This year's party will take place on Sunday, December 4th beginning at 6:00 p.m. We ask everyone attending to contribute some sort of food item (main dish, side dish, salad, appetizer, dessert) and a beverage (liquor, wine, beer, soda, juice, mixers, etc.). Please contact Tom Tyler to let him know what you will be bringing (both food and beverage). We will be having some added fun activities this year. Dig out your favorite holiday sweater and hat (they can be pretty and not so pretty). And we welcome anyone who can help Tom set up and clean. Please contact Tom directly if you can. We've been through a shaky Fall, so let's start out "the most wonderful time of the year" with a festive event gathering us all together in this season of peace.
Annual Potluck Party



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JOHN BOURNE, 1924-2015

John Bourne was one of the founding members of the Heights Players. In 1956, a small group of people interested in theater held its first meeting as the Heights Players. John Bourne was at that meeting and from that moment on, he was committed to the organization. His legacy with the Heights Players will never be matched and the organization celebrated this legacy in 2012 by naming the theater after him and bestowing the title of President Emeritus on him, on the occasion of his retirement from the Board of Directors.

John served as President of the Heights Players for twenty years, from 1968-1989. He then remained on the Board of Directors as Member At Large from 1989-2012. His love of theater went far beyond having a leadership role in the group, as he also directed 46 plays, assistant directed five, produced six and acted in numerous productions over the course of 54 seasons. Many audience members more fondly recall his great service as the house manager of 247 plays.

There will never be another John Bourne he was one of a kind and he made the Heights Players what it is today.  


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