Connor said the event is open to people of all ages, and she encouraged residents to check it out, even if they’re skeptical about the show’s concept.
“Some people may come because they find it entertaining,” Connor said. “Others might come because they believe in it and want to hear if their loved ones have something to say to them.”
The event will run from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. at the Senior Center, and tickets can be purchased in advance for $30, or for $35 at the door. All money raised for the event will go to the Friends of the Council on Aging, and if anyone has additional questions about the fundraising event or the bereavement group, they can reach Connor at 978-388-8138.