Tercentennial Ball 1714-2014
Westford Regency Inn
Saturday, September 13, 2014 from 7 p.m. to Midnight
The Committee welcomed everyone to the event at the Westford Regency Inn Hotel, which has a capacity for up to 1,000 guests using the Ballroom, Tent, and Grand Foyer. The hotel generously offered reduced room rates for those who wished to stay there after the event.
$80 pp – Music, Dancing, Food, Personal 300th
Commemorative Photos, Historical Exhibit – Cash Bar
Music and dance for everyone!
Attendees had a choice of listening and dancing in three different venues. In the Ballroom, the Indian Hill Big Band played while DJ John Powers of Ultimate Sound spun your favorites in the Tent. And Littleton’s own harpist Rebecca Swett performed in the Grand Foyer.
Hot and cold hors d’oeuvres and desserts
Substantial hors d’oeuvres were offered at stations and were served to guests. In addition, dessert and coffee were provided. Cash Bars appeared throughout each venue.
See our hors d’oeuvre and dessert menu here (Tercentennial Ball Menu.pdf).
Personal complimentary 300th commemorative photos
A photo booth was provided for guests to pose for their 300th commemorative photos.
(Click on the thumbnail image to the left to see a sample of the photo layout.)
Other highlights of the evening
Artifacts from Littleton’s yesteryear in the Grand Foyer
Meeting and mingling. Guests roamed through all three venues to socialize with past and present residents and other members of our wonderful community.
Dressing up for the occasion. Period dress encouraged – Black tie optional. With Littleton’s history spanning so many ages, many guests got creative and chose to wear clothing from their favorite era.