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FRIENDS OF THE THOMASTON OPERA HOUSE

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WHO WE ARE

The Thomaston Opera House, built in 1884, is one of the few remaining locations that Father Michael J McGiveny is known to have visited in his lifetime.
The Friends of the Opera House is an organization dedicated to improving and restoring the facility. Friends raises funds and participates in the planning and execution of improvement and restoration projects. Donations to the Friends, a nonprofit organization operating under the 501(c)3 code of the Internal Revenue Service, are tax-deductible.

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WAYS WE HELP

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Making Change Possible

PRESERVING HISTORY

Meet the Board

Jim Kaniewski

Board Member
Jim is a lifelong resident of Thomaston and business  Owner/Broker of Town and Country Real Estate. In addition to Friends of the Thomaston Opera House, he is an active member of the Thomaston Rotary Club, Thomaston Opera House Restoration Committee.

Thomaston Library Board, Thomaston Savings Board member.

Sue Mc Donald

Board Member
Sue is a lifelong resident of Connecticut
She has been a board member of Friends of the Thomaston Opera House for X years.

Christina Molliconi

Board Member
Christina is a volunteer and board member of Landmark Community Theatre, Thomaston Community Food Pantry and the Thomaston Volunteer Ambulance Commission, in addition to being involved with Friends of the Thomaston Opera House.

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Donations may be mailed to
PO Box 450, Thomaston CT 06787

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