Community Bulletin Board
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Public Invited To O'Leary Inauguration At Palace Theater, December 2nd
Mayor-elect Neil O'Leary addressed the crowd packed into his Grand Street headquarters on election night after learning he had defeated five-term incumbent, Mayor Mike Jarjura. Photograph By John Murray
Waterbury’s elected officials will take the oath of office at a public ceremony to be held at the Palace Theater on Friday, December 2. The program will begin with a Mass at 5:00pm at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, located on the Green in Waterbury, with Henry J. Mansell, Archbishop of Hartford, as the principal celebrant. Clergy from within Waterbury will also be invited to participate. Immediately following the Mass, most of the participants, other dignitaries, and several marching bands will join a procession, led by newly-elected Mayor Neil M. O’Leary, to the Palace Theater on East Main St.
The ceremony at the Palace Theater will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. and will be followed by a reception catered by the Waterbury Public School Culinary Arts program in the Palace Theater lobby, starting at 7:30 p.m. The O’Leary transition team anticipates more than 1,000 people will attend the ceremony and reception. Numerous state dignitaries are expected to attend the swearing in ceremony. The event is free and open to the public.