Keith Marden and family will be feted at the Wellesley Historical Society’s Spring Celebration at Wellesley Country Club on May 15.
The evening will feature cocktails, music, historical displays, a buffet dinner, a video of the Marden family story, and both silent and live auctions.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Historical Society, which does not receive funding from the town or state.
Tickets cost $125. For more information, visit the Society’s website or call executive director Erica Dumont at 781-235-6690.
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Mary Nolan says
My parents loved Captain Marden’s Seafoods. I ordered fish (for cooking) from there on occasion and was always very pleased. Great place – and it has expanded well via its offerings in supermarkets. Very impressed with its progress over the years.
As an aside (not the reason I shopped there – just a small world- sort of), I attended WJHS and WHS with Nancy Marden.
Mary Frances O'Keefe says
My Mom took me with her to Captain Marden’s Seafood every Friday. The place was always busy & Mr Marden was always pleasant & nice. It is a great memory for me at the age of 65. Great fish & shrimp (my fave)
Marilyn Micciche says
I sure wish I could attend this tribute to a hard-working, wonderful family. As a personal historian, it would be very enjoyable to see the video. Would it be possible to eventually publish it to YouTube or Vimeo after the event? As a former resident of Wellesley and classmate of Captain Marden’s son at Wellesley High School, I’d be happy to make a donation to the Historical Society for a copy of the video. Hope the May 15th Tribute is a memorable. Marilyn (McGreevy) Micciche WHS ’76. Now living in Naples, Florida.