Dover Rug & Home Upcoming Events

We have several design events that are right around the corner that we are thrilled to be participating in. Here’s a look at what we have coming up!

Designing for Your Style, Thursday, October 4th, 10:30AM – 12 noon
Boston Magazine’s Design Home, 206 Summer Street, Norwell, MA
Presenters: Mahmud Jafri, Dover Rug & Home; Christopher Eramo, Thos. Moser; Diana Cousineau Aveni, Framing Concepts
Tickets, which include access to the seminar and tour of the Design Home, can be purchased here http://www.aceticket.com/event/1253905/ and all ticket proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Personal Style – Make a design statement all about you!, Thursday, October 11th, 5:30PM – 8:00PM
Dover Rug & Home, 721 Worcester Road (Rte 9) Natick, MA
Presenters: Mahmud Jafri, Dover Rug & Home; Doug Hanna, S+H Construction; Judy O’Neil-Labins, Shafer O’Neil Interior Design; Milford Cushman of Cushman Design Group
This event is free but pre-registration is required.
Visit http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4234429292/eorg to RSVP

Green Product Trends, Thursday, November 1st, 10:30AM – 12 noon
Boston Magazine’s Design Home, 206 Summer Street, Norwell, MA
Presenters: Mahmud Jafri, Dover Rug & Home; Jim Gerrity and Mike Schena, GerrityStone; Frank Webb Bath Center
Tickets, which include access to the seminar and tour of the Design Home, can be purchased here http://www.aceticket.com/event/1253905/ and all ticket proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

For additional information on any of these events, see our Dover Rug homepage!

Dover Rug & Home and Dover Squash & Fitness Sponsored the Third Annual “Showdown at Symphony III”

Dover Rug & Home and Dover Squash & Fitness sponsored the third annual “Showdown at Symphony III” at Symphony Hall in Boston. In front of a crowd of 1,000 spectators, the squash showdown featured quite an action-packed experience as England (represented by James Willstrop and Nick Matthew) and Egypt (represented by Ramy Ashour and Amr Shabana) battled it out. After a tiebreaker, Egypt came out the night’s winner.

“Showdown at as announced that donations had already topped $6,000. SquashBusters, based at Northeastern University in Boston, is the first non-profit youth enrichment program to combine squash, acSymphony” donates 50% of the net event proceeds to SquashBusters. During intermission it wademics, and community service. It is an intensive, after-school program that combines academic enrichment, athletics, community service and character development and serves 120 urban youths annually.

We were thrilled to again be a sponsor of Showdown at Symphony and to generate more interest for this sport.

Photography Courtesy of John Nimick, Event Engine, Inc.