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WBUR Is Proud To Present A Reading Of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol To Benefit Rosie's Place

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On December 2, 1867, Charles Dickens began his first American reading tour of “A Christmas Carol” at The Parker House in Boston. Some of WBUR's on-air personalities were honored to be there for a special reading of this timeless holiday tale of charity and redemption to benefit Rosie’s Place, a sanctuary for women in need. WBUR is thrilled to present this beloved Boston tradition and support the women of Rosie’s Place.
WBUR Readers:

Bill Littlefield, former host of Only a Game
Meghna Chakrabarti, host of On Point
Bob Oakes, host of Morning Edition
Robin Young, co-host of Here & Now
Jack Lepiarz, Reporter and Anchor
Omni Parker House
60 School Street
Boston, MA
A Christmas Carol is produced with support by:
Firestone And Parson Jewelers has been engaged in selling fine jewelry and antiques in Boston since 1946. The firm continues to be owned and operated at the 30 Newbury Street store by the son and grandson of its founder.
Bearly Read Books is Metrowest Boston’s Largest Antiquarian Book Store. Have your next event at their store!  Unique setting for a book club, writing workshop, wine and cheese social, art class, or any other private party.


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