North Shore News in Brief

June 6, 2016 - garden totes

Topsfield Town Library will flog off a summer reading module with a jubilee on Friday, Jun 17, during 6 p.m., during 1 South Common St. The eventuality will underline live strain from a Toe Jam Puppet Band and build-your-own ice cream sundaes. Information and registration for a summer reading module will also be available. For some-more information, hit Lindsey Recka during 978-887-1528 or lrecka@mvlc.org.

The Love is Magic Foundation will horde a Father’s Day Sundae 5K Race on Sunday, Jun 19, during 10 a.m., during Bishop Fenwick High School, 99 Margin St., Peabody. Proceeds from a eventuality will assistance support families of children with life-threatening illnesses. The Team Hoyt substructure will be yield regulating chairs for participants with disables. Awards will be given to a tip 5 runners in both masculine and womanlike divisions. The initial 200 purebred participants will accept a tradition Love is Magic T-shirt. A post-race jubilee will be held, featuring ice cream sundaes from Treadwell’s, raffles and live entertainment. Admission costs $25 per chairman and $15 for children underneath 10. To register, revisit www.bnseventmanagement.com.

The North Shore Community Mediation Center will horde a 36-hour simple intervention training during Salem State University, Central Campus, 352 Lafayette St. The report is as follows: Wednesday, Jul 13, 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.; Friday, Jul 15, and Saturday, Jul 16, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Monday, Jul 18, and Wednesday, Jul 20, 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.; and Friday, Jul 22, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The training is singular to 20 participants and costs $650. Register during www.enterprisectr.org. For some-more information, call 978-232-1212.

The Friends of a Peabody Institute Libraries Raffle will be reason around a month of June. Prizes embody Red Sox tickets and benefaction cards to Osborn Tavern of Danvers, Blu Karma of Danvers, and Red’s Tavern of Peabody. Tickets will be accessible to squeeze during all 3 library locations: Main Branch, 82 Main St.; South Branch, 78 Lynn St.; West Branch, 603 Lowell St. They are $5 any or $20 for five, and accessible until Thursday, Jun 30. For some-more information, revisit www.peabodylibrary.org.

The Salem Farmers Market will be open any Thursday, 3 to 7 p.m., from Jun 9 by Oct. 13, during Derby Square on Front Street. More than 30 vendors will be charity produce, seafood, baked products and meat. Live strain and illustration from opposite village groups will be featured any week. EBT cards are accepted. For some-more information, revisit www.salemfarmersmarket.org.

Registration for a Topsfield Fair Read and Win Summer Reading Program will be reason from Monday, Jun 20, by Friday, Jul 15 during a Ipswich Public Library Children’s Room, 25 North Main St. Readers who strech their personal goals will acquire a esteem parcel to a Topsfield Fair, that includes an acknowledgment ticket, float tickets and a banking for a prohibited dog and drink. Children in grades K-6 are authorised to register. Reading time sheets contingency be submitted to a library by Friday, Aug. 5. Special events will be reason during a library around a generation of a program. For some-more information and a report of events, revisit www.ipswichlibrary.org.

A three-day carnival, sponsored by a St. Val’s Men’s Club and Community Credit Union, will be reason during Saint Vasilios Greek Orthodox Church, 7 Paleologos St., Peabody. Cushing Amusements will yield satisfactory entertainment, including rides and benefaction stands. Greek food will be supposing by a Men’s Club. Proceeds will advantage a Saint Vasilios Elevator Fund for a Fr. Andrew Demotses Educational Center. Carnival hours are: Thursday, Jun 9 and Friday, Jun 10, 6 to 10 p.m.; and Saturday, Jun 11, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. For some-more information, call Bill Stephanides during 781-854-6751.

Practice sessions for a Ipswich Summer Band will be reason any Wednesday, from Jun 22 by Jul 20, from 7 to 8:45 p.m., during a Ipswich High School rope room or auditorium, 134 High St. The all-ages band, led by Nalani Fujiwara, will start a 2016 deteriorate on Wednesday, Jul 27 during Cable Garens, 126 County Road, Ipswich. The time has nonetheless to be determined. For some-more information, call Marilyn Seidler during 978-356-0224.

The Delvena Theatre Company will benefaction “Truly Eleanor” on Monday, Jun 6, during 6:30 p.m., during a Swampscott Public Library, 61 Burrill St. The three-person play is formed on a life of Eleanor Roosevelt. A QA eventuality with a expel will follow a performance. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. Registration is compulsory during 781-596-8867 or www.swampscottlibrary.org.

The Friendly Garden Club of Beverly is seeking nominations for a annual “Best of Beverly” contest. Categories include: flower gardens, unfeeling gardens, window boxes (residential and business), enclosure gardens and porches. Nomination forms contingency be submitted by Sunday, Jun 19, and are accessible during www.beverlygardenclub.org or a following Beverly floral shops: Chapman’s, Leonard’s, Ward’s and Rose-Hip Farm. Winners will be announced on Thursday, Jun 30. For some-more information, email 01915gardenclub@gmail.com or call 978-381-3597.

The House of a Seven Gables will benefaction “Caroline’s Circle of Friends,” a walking debate of Harmony Grove Cemetery, on Sunday, Jun 12, during 1 p.m., during 30 Grove St., Salem. The tour, led by Caroline Emmerton, House of a Seven Gables Settlement Association founder, and Margie Lavender, executive executive of Harmony Grove Cemetery, will form a life and bequest of Caroline Emmerton and her friends. The debate is giveaway and open to a public. Registration is compulsory during 978-744-0554.

The Catmobile, that offers low-cost sterilise and fix surgeries for cats only, has announced a “Precious, Not Parents” campaign. Surgeries for kittens underneath 6 months aged will cost $20 around a month of June. The Catmobile will be during Petco, 10 Sylvan St., Peabody, on Thursday, Jun 30, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m, and PetLife, 301 Newbury St., Danvers, on Saturday, Jun 18, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Operated by Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society, a Catmobile is staffed by a protected veterinarian and one veterinary technician. The package charity consists of a sterilise or neuter, rabies vaccinations, exam, spike trim, and diagnosis for fleas and ear mites. Individually finished take-home flea diagnosis is accessible for $15 per dose. Female spays are $120 and masculine neuters are $80. Ferals are $35 and will be ear-tipped. Reservations are compulsory and can be done online during www.catmobile.org or by job 978-465-1940.

SeniorCare will reason dining fundraisers during Not Your Average Joe’s Restaurant, 45 Enon St., Beverly, any Tuesday in June, from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. The grill will benefaction 15 percent of all orders placed to SeniorCare. While ordering, plead that we are participating in a fundraiser. For some-more information, call 978-281-1750 or revisit www.seniorcareinc.org.

Marblehead Yacht Club will tighten a 2016 winter/spring boating convention array with “Introduction to Sailing” on Saturday, Jun 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., during 4 Cliff St., Marblehead. Bert Williams, sailing instructor and former Coastal Sailing School owner, will plead a points of sail, sailing theory, journey trim, tacking, jibing, reefing, vessel nomenclature and a manners of a sea. Following a presentation, participants will have a possibility to assistance supply a 16-foot “townie” sailboat and journey by Marblehead Harbor. Lunch will be served. The module is suitable for beginners and intermediates over a age of 14, and is giveaway and open to a public. Registration is compulsory during www.tinyurl.com/MYCSailing.

“Circle of Friends,” an art vaunt in respect of LGBT Pride Month, will be on perspective around Jun during a Unitarian Universalist Church of Marblehead’s Stetson Gallery, 28 Mugford St. The vaunt facilities works by internal artists Holly Jaynes, Nancy Ferguson, Sandra Winter, Pat Chase and Jolene Sabirai. An opening usurpation will be reason on Sunday, Jun 12, from noon to 2 p.m. For some-more information, call 781-631-1215 or revisit www.uumarblehead.org.

Care Dimensions will horde a proffer training march by Jun 24. Sessions will be reason any Friday from 9 a.m. to noon, during a Kaplan Family Hospice House, 78 Liberty St., Danvers. Volunteer practice will change depending on interests and abilities. Assignments are grown to keep volunteers tighten to home or a workplace. Opportunities embody visiting with a patient, assisting with bureau or ecclesiastic work and volunteering during a special event. To register, hit Fran Clements during 978-750-9349 or fclements@CareDimensions.org.

The Peabody Institute Library will offer TeenGraphix, a array of striking and media pattern classes for teens. Teens in grades 6-12 will learn a basement of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign mechanism programs from internal striking artist Tim Spruill. Teens might attend all 3 array of classes or name a pattern module that many appeals to them. Final projects will be common with a open during a TeenGraphix Digital Art Show and Community Reception in a Peabody Institute Library’s Sutton Room on Tuesday, Jun 7. For some-more information, hit Cate Merlin during merlin@noblenet.org or 978-531-0100, ext. 35, or revisit a library’s website during www.peabodylibrary.org.

If we think that your child, aged 3 to 22, might need an analysis to establish eligibility for special preparation services, we might a giveaway ask an analysis by contacting a principal during your child’s propagandize or a Special Education Department during 978-921-6100. This notice relates to children staying in Beverly who attend possibly open or private schools. It is a shortcoming of a Beverly Public Schools to brand any child-aged proprietor of Beverly that might have a disability, regardless of a severity. It is also a shortcoming of Beverly Public Schools to weigh those students to establish if they are authorised for special preparation or associated services underneath Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and a Massachusetts Special Education Regulations.

Lappin Foundation and Temple Emanu-El benefaction “Movement for Your Jewish Soul.” The program, led by yoga instructor Stacie Nardizzi, offers a singular approach to knowledge a jubilee of Rosh Chodesh by regulating peaceful yoga and guided meditation. No yoga knowledge is required. “Movement for Your Jewish Soul” will take place from 7 to 8 p.m. during Temple Emanu-El, 393 Atlantic Ave. in Marblehead, on Tuesday, Jun 7. The module is giveaway and open to a public. Participants should dress absolutely and move a mat. Walk-ins are welcome, nonetheless RSVPs are requested by contacting Susan Feinstein during 978-740-4431 or sfeinstein@lappinfoundation.org.

Hamilton-Wenham Public Library presents “Sweet Dreams Story Makers” on Tuesday evenings until Jun 14 from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. Susie Lord will share stories, crafts and lullabies. Children are invited to attend in pajamas and move a pressed friend. The eventuality is for children aged 1 to 5 and their parents. “Sweet Dreams Story Makers” is giveaway and open to a public. Hamilton-Wenham Public Library is located during 14 Union St. in Hamilton. Registration is compulsory with Early Childhood Partners during 978-468-5489.

The Danvers High School Class of 1976 will be celebrating a 40th reunion on Saturday, Aug. 13, from 7 to 11 p.m. during a Polish Club, 12 Cheever St. in Danvers. A money bar will be available. Tickets are $25 per person. Checks can be done out to “DHS Class of 1976” and mailed to Dave Bevan, 14 Riverview Ave. Danvers, MA, 01923. For some-more information, hit Bevan during 617-438-8386 or davebevan3@aol.com.

The Trustees have announced a new summer stay during Appleton Farms for residents of Ipswich and Hamilton. Six week-long sessions will be reason from Monday, Jul 11 by Friday, Aug 19. Groups are divided by age: “Little Peeps,” 5- to 6-year-olds, half day program; “Farmhands,” 7- to 9-year-olds, full day; and “Foragers,” 10- to 13-year-olds, full day. The plantation will also offer an “Educator In Training” module geared towards high propagandize students who are meddlesome in farming, culinary, environmental studies and teaching. Early care, after care, and scholarships are available. Registration is now open. Appleton Farms is located during 219 County Road, Ipswich. Visit www.thetrustees.org/appletonfarmcamp for some-more details.

The Salem Art Space Initiative and CDP Productions benefaction a Derby Square Flea/Salvage/Art Market any third Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., nonetheless Sept. 17. The marketplace will underline comparison and up-cycled furniture, fashion, collectibles, antiques, architectural salvage, jewelry, art and handmade products by internal and informal artisans. For some-more information, hit Deborah Greel during dgreel@salem.com.

For a subsequent 3 months, Massachusetts AMVETS will accommodate during a new time, 1:30 p.m., during a Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2394, 14 Chipman Ave., Melrose. Each assembly will be reason on a initial Monday of a month by Jun 6. For some-more information call Art Cole during 617-957-0705 or James Maclauchlan during 978-664-5506.

The Marblehead High School 50th Reunion cabinet is seeking students of a Class of 1966. Students are to email reunion66MHS@gmail.com. The reunion will be reason on Friday, Sept. 16 by Sunday, Sept. 18.

The North Shore Civic Ballet will reason auditions for masculine and womanlike dancers to perform in Jun and July. Dancers will have a eventuality to perform original, complicated choreography combined by Ivan Korn on a vast stage. Auditions will be reason during a Marblehead School of Ballet, 115 Pleasant St., Marblehead. Interested dancers are asked to hit Paula Shiff during 781-631-6262 or msb@havetodance.com.

Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestra will applaud a 25th anniversary and founder, Trudy Larson, with a unison series. “Then and Now,” an anniversary performance, will be reason Saturday, Jun 25, during 7:30 p.m. during a home of John Archer, 10 North St., Danvers. For some-more information, revisit www.nmyo.org or call 978-309-9833.

The Theatre of Light is charity a annual Summer Theatre Program from Monday, Jul 25 by Friday, Jul 29 during a Old North Church, 35 Washington St., Marblehead. The module includes singing and dance lessons, workshops in behaving and strain presentation, confidence-building exercises, and a veteran print shoot. “North Shore Idol,” a accumulative performance, will be presented by a campers on a final day of a program. The stay is for ages 8 to 16. This year’s thesis is “world peace.” Registration forms are accessible during 978-210-9818 or directors@northshoreidol.vpweb.com. For some-more information, revisit www.northshoreidol.vpweb.com.

YouthBuild North Shore is now recruiting immature adults for a tumble program. Those enrolled will have a eventuality to work towards a high propagandize equivalency diploma and accept training in a construction trade. This hands-on construction member provides pre-apprentice and 10-hour occupational reserve and health administration certification. The module is open to ages 16 nonetheless 24. Open houses are reason any Wednesday during 1 p.m. and walk-in appointments are also accessible Monday by Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration will be open until Saturday, Sept. 10. Applications can be picked adult during their office, located during 98 Lafayette St., Salem, or online during www.northshorecdc.org/community/youthbuild-north-shore.

Salem High School Class of 1976 will reason a 40th reunion on Saturday, Aug. 13, from 7 to 11 p.m. during a Knights of Columbus Hall, 94 Washington Square, Salem. Members of a category of 1975 and 1974 are also acquire to attend. An discretionary no-host celebration will be reason on Friday, Aug. 12, starting during 6 p.m. The plcae is to be determined. The weekend will interpretation with another discretionary eventuality aboard a Hannah Glover on Sunday, Aug. 14. Tickets for a reunion are now $40. Tickets for a journey cost $30. Send checks, done payable to “Salem High Class of 1976,” to Maureen Lee, 10 Bar Link Way #52, Swampscott, MA 01970. Indicate if we are attending a reunion, a cruise, or both along with a payment.

The Peabody Municipal Light Plant will applaud a 125th anniversary on Saturday, Jun 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during a categorical bureau building, 201 Warren St. Ext. The eventuality will underline face painting, music, give-aways, balloons, reserve displays and materials, charge information, and a eventuality to “touch a PMLP truck.” Science satisfactory projects will also be on display. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, call Jennifer Santoro during 978-531-5975.

The Trustees will applaud their 125th anniversary with a horde of events. The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra will perform during Castle Hill on a Crane Estate, 290 Argilla Road, Ipswich on a Crane Estate on Saturday, Aug. 6, from 8 to 10 p.m. Gates open during 4 p.m. For a finish list of events and pricing, revisit www.thetrustees.org/125th.

The Common Good Reads Discussion Series will be reason during a Peabody Institute Library, 82 Main St., Peabody. Facilitated by Salem State University Professor Roopika Risam, a array will inspect opposite amicable probity issues, including immigration, gender, military savagery and religion. Meetings will be reason on a following Tuesdays during 7 p.m.: Jun 7, 21, 28 and Jul 5. Books will be accessible during a categorical library on a first-come first-served basis. Registration is compulsory by job 978-531-0100, ext. 10, or visiting www.peabodylibrary.org.

Marblehead Arts Association’s Spring Solo Exhibits will form 3 up-and-coming womanlike artists by Sunday, Jun 19, during 8 Hooper St., Marblehead. The solo exhibits on perspective will be Alicia Cohen, “Pets and Playmates: a Collection of Pet Portraits,” acrylics on canvas; Niki Farrell, “Mon Bec Sucre’ (My Sweet Tooth),” oil paintings; and Susan Schrader, “Whimsy,” paintings and drawings. Art by expertise members of Marblehead schools will also be on display. For some-more information, call 781-631-2608 or revisit www.marbleheadarts.org.

The Cloister Gallery during St. Andrew’s Church will horde an art muster featuring works by Amos Paine, Mike Porter and name artists from Raw Artworks of Lynn by Thursday, Jul 14, during 135 Lafayette St., Marblehead. Gallery hours are: Monday by Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.; and Sunday, 8 a.m. to noon. The gallery is handicapped-vaccessible. For some-more information, call 781-631-4951 or revisit www.standrewsmhd.org/cloistergallery.html.

“America’s Boating Course,” presented by a Beverly-Marblehead Sail and Power Squadron, will be reason on Wednesdays by Jun 22, 7 to 9 p.m., during a Marblehead VFW, 321 West Shore Drive, Marblehead. The march will cover essential reserve and seamanship information to beginners. Massachusetts Safe Boating Certificates will be released to 12- to 17-years-old participants during a finish of a course. Attendance, including element fees, costs $60 per person. Register during www.beverly-usps.org. For some-more information, email whittakerc@comcast.net.

New members are acquire to join a following children’s storytime programs during a Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, 14 Union St., Hamilton. Baby Bookworms meets on Fridays from 11 to 11:30 a.m. Sweet Dreams Story Makers, a pajama storytime for infants adult to 5 years, meets on Tuesdays during 6:30 p.m. STEAM into Science, for 30 months to kindergarten-age, meets on Tuesdays during 3 p.m. To register, call 978-468-5577 or revisit www.hwkidsroom.blogspot.com.

Marblehead Arts Association’s Artisan Shop has reopened. The emporium will underline approximately a dozen pieces by 6 to 7 opposite artists during a time rotating on a three-month duration around a year. The artists now featured during a emporium are Paula Dorr, Jill Hamilton, Amy Montague Friend, Ellen Garvey, Kirsten Bassion, Nancy Blouin and Mary Ana Taddie. Their work will be on sale until mid-July. For some-more information, revisit www.marbleheadarts.org.

The Peabody Institute Library now has front golf kits accessible for congregation to borrow. Each pack includes a putter, mid-range and motorist disc. Directions to Peabody’s Scouting Woods Disc Golf Course and a march map are also included, along with a list detailing a game’s simple rules. To steal a kit, revisit any of a 3 Peabody Libraries: Main Library, 82 Main St., 978-531-0100; South Branch, 78 Lynn St., 978-531-3380; West Branch, 603 Lowell St., 978-535-3354.

Adoptive Families Together will horde a support organisation about personal concerns and needs around adoptive parenting on Thursday, Jun 2, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., during First Church Swampscott, 40 Monument Ave. Kimberly Ryan and Sandi Santanello will offer as organisation leaders. The assembly is giveaway and those with a tie to adoption are acquire to attend. For some-more information, revisit www.mspcc.org/aft.

The Peabody Institute Library will horde “Tai Chi for Healthy Aging” during a Main Library, 82 Main St., Peabody. The eight-week march will be reason any Thursday during 11 a.m., by Jul 21. Tai Chi is low-impact practice that involves a array of delayed movements, poses and tranquil breathing. Previous Tai Chi knowledge is not compulsory to participate. Signing adult for a initial category registers participants for a finish series. Register by job 978-531-0100, ext. 10, or revisit www.peabodylibrary.org.

The Theatre of Light is charity a museum opening seminar for children, ages 8 to 15, on Sunday, Jun 12, from 1 to 5:30 p.m. during a Old North Church, Washington Street, Marblehead. Attendees will learn modernized behaving skills, selecting props and costumes, and simple set design. A accumulative opening for family and friends will interpretation a two-day workshop. Enrollment is singular to 10 participants and a cost is included. Registration forms are accessible by contacting Miriam during 978-210-9818 or theatreoflight@comcast.net.

The North Shore Civic Ballet will horde an online open auction by Monday, Jun 6, during 6 p.m. Proceeds lifted from a auction will assistance support dynamic North Shore ballet dancers. Place bids online by visiting www.biddingforgood.com/ballet. For some-more information, call 781-631-6262 or revisit www.havetodance.com/marblehead.

Citizens for Adequate Housing of Peabody will horde a second annual Happy Baby Diaper Drive and Yoga Class on Sunday, Jun 12, from 10 a.m. to noon, during a Salem Common, North Washington Square. The beginner’s yoga category will be led by Amy Swisher. In lieu of an opening fee, participants are asked to move packages of diapers. Donations will advantage families vital during Citizen’s Inn Between and Inn Transition housing. Raffles will also be held. The eventuality is open to a public. For some-more information, revisit www.cahns.org or call 978-531-9775.

Punch Lines for Felines, a comedy fundraiser for PALS Animal Life Savers, will be reason Thursday, Jun 9, during Finz Seafood and Grill, 76 Wharf St., Salem. Doors open during 6 p.m. and uncover starts during 7:30 p.m. Local comedians Tony V., Steve Calechman and Dave Rattigan will perform. Proceeds will support Salem’s usually all-volunteer sly rescue group. Limited menu options, raffles, and a money bar are featured. Tickets are $25 any and accessible during www.palscats.org or by job Donna during 781-535-8635.

The Lappin Foundation presents “Israeli Politics 101” during Temple Ner Tamid, 368 Lowell St., Peabody. The two-part seminar will be reason on Wednesdays, Jun 8 and 29, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Samuel Crystal, executive of domestic affairs and consulate ubiquitous of Israel to New England, discusses how Israel’s elections function, a coalition/opposition relationship, a relapse of a 10 stream parties within a Knesset, and a roles of a country’s legislature, executive, and law branches. The module is giveaway and open to a public. RSVPs are speedy by contacting Susan Feinstein during 978-740-4431 or sfeinstein@lappinfoundation.org.


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The Salem Moose and Salem Police K-9 Benefit Golf Tournament will be reason on Monday, Jun 6, during 7 a.m., during Salem Municipal Golf Course, 75 Willson St. Tickets cost $100 per golfer or $400 per foursome. To register, hit Patrick Foley during 978-235-1661 or pfoley@nebhealth.org.

The Salem State University Upward Bound Program announces a appearance in a 2016 USDA Summer Food Program for Children from Monday, Jul 11 by Thursday, Jul 28, during SSU’s dining commons, 352 Lafayette St., Salem. Free dishes are supposing but taste to authorised children ages 13 to 18. Breakfast, lunch and cooking will be served during 7:15 a.m., noon and 5 p.m., respectively, from Monday by Wednesday, Breakfast and lunch will usually be charity on Thursdays, and breakfast will usually be charity on Fridays. For some-more information, call a Salem State University Upward Bound Program bureau during 978-542-6779 or 978-542-6215.

The Department of Children and Families is seeking volunteers to offer on encourage caring examination panels and assistance make decisions per children in encourage care. For some-more information, hit Doreen Travassos-Gall during 617-748-2223 or doreen.travassos-gall@state.ma.us.

The Peabody Essex Museum has partnered with Peabody’s BoSoma Dance Company for a latest exhibit, “Rodin: Transforming Sculpture,” on by Monday, Sept. 6 during 161 Essex St., Salem. The vaunt facilities interpretive dancing formed sculptures by Auguste Rodin. Performances will be reason daily from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For some-more information call 866-745-1876 or revisit www.pem.org.

Joshua Freitas, memory caring researcher and author of “The Dementia Concept,” will plead work on insanity on Wednesday, Jun 8, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., during North Shore Elder Services, 300 Rosewood Drive, Suite 200, Danvers. Freitas has formerly complicated during Lesley University, Harvard University and Berklee College of Music, and binds 5 certifications associated to insanity care. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. Registration is compulsory during www.nselder.org. For some-more information, email Kathy Perrella during kperrella@nselder.org.

The Salem Summer Meals Program will yield giveaway lunches and breakfasts during several sites in Salem to all children, from newborns to 18-year-olds, from Monday, Jul 11, by Friday, Aug. 12. For some-more information, call 978-619-5664 or revisit www.facebook.com/salemsummermeals.

Gift Shop volunteers are indispensable during Beverly Hospital, 85 Herrick St. Volunteer advantages embody emporium discounts and a dish voucher. Evening and weekend shifts are available. For some-more information, revisit www.beverlyhospital.org/giving/volunteer-services.

Essex Heritage announces a Spring Into Summer Challenge. Participants are asked to share and report their favorite place in Essex County to suffer open and summer around photograph, video, or audio recording. Submissions will be supposed by Thursday, Jun 30. The comparison leader will accept 4 passes to a Peabody Essex Museum, a duplicate of “American Impressionist: Childe Hassam and a Isles of Shoals” donated by a Peabody Essex Museum, and a ShadowDry waterproof bike receptacle donated by The Bicycle Shop of Topsfield. The place that receives a many mentions from contestants will acquire a $500 extend from Essex Heritage. For some-more information, revisit www.essexheritage.org/findyourstory.

Essex County Trail Association’s third annual Summer Solstice Party will be reason on Saturday, Jun 18 from 6 to 10 p.m. during a Groton House Farm, 746 Highland St., Hamilton. Food will be supposing by American BBQ; beverages will be supposing by Ipswich Ale Brewery and Turkey Shore Distillers; and live nation strain will be supposing by Labor in Vain. A wordless auction is also featured. Tickets are $65 per chairman or $600 for a list of 10. Online registration is compulsory during www.ecta27.camp7.org/event-2089917.

Salem residents can suffer giveaway rides on a Salem Trolley by Friday, Sept. 30. Receive a proprietor trolley sheet by providing explanation of residency during a Salem Trolley Office, 8 Central St. The trolley will run 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Seating is on a space-available basis. A map of a trolley’s track is accessible during www.salemtrolley.com/map-of-tour-3.html.

Beverly High School will applaud a category of 1966 with a breakfast on Sunday, Aug. 7, during 9:30 a.m., during a Danversport Yacht Club, 161 Elliott St., Danvers. Graduates from progressing years are also acquire to attend. Proceeds will assistance account college scholarships. Tickets are $25 per chairman and will not be sole during a door. For some-more information, hit Maralyn Klibansky during 978-922-9213 or maralynklib@gmail.com.

The Beverly Community Council’s Jun Luncheon will be reason on Thursday, Jun 9, from noon to 1:30 p.m., during Lynch Park’s Carriage House, 55 Ober St., Beverly. Mark Panjwani of a Beverly Police Department and Alex Doyle of a Healthy Gloucester Collaborative will benefaction “Responding to a Opiate Crisis in Beverly,” a contention on identifying and scrupulously responding to opioid abuse. A QA eventuality will follow. Lunch will be served. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. Non-BCC members are compulsory to compensate $5 for food or move a packaged lunch. RSVPs are compulsory during andrea@northshorecdc.org or 978 825 4013.

Nominations for a Beverly Council on Aging’s annual Senior of a Year Award will be supposed until Friday, Jun 10. Nominees contingency be Beverly residents, ages 60 and up, who denote village spirit, caring and loyalty in their ongoing impasse toward portion others in a Beverly community. The leader will be announced on Thursday, Aug 4, during Senior Day in a Park. Application forms are accessible during a Senior Center, 90 Colon St., Beverly. To ask a assignment form, call 978-921-6017.

The Topsfield Historical Society’s 48th annual Strawberry Festival will be reason on Saturday, Jun 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., during a Topsfield Common, 4 North Common St. A juried qualification show, featuring art, glass, pottery, wardrobe and valuables by internal artisans, will be held. A Youth Artisan Fair, sponsored by a Tri-Town Council, will also be reason on a Parson Capen House lawn. The residence will be open for tours. Food, including strawberry shortcakes, live music, and children’s games are featured. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, www.topsfieldhistory.org.

The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library will horde a Magic: a Gathering bar any Saturday, from Jun 25 by Aug. 27, from 2 to 4 p.m., during 14 Union St., Hamilton. Magic is a strategy-based anticipation label game. Beginners are acquire to attend. The bar is for ages 10 and up. For some-more information, call 978-468-5577 or revisit www.hwlibrary.org.

The Marblehead Arts Association annual assembly will be reason on Thursday, Jun 16, from 6 to 8 p.m., during King Hooper Mansion Garden, 8 Hooper St., Marblehead. Last year’s highlights will be reviewed, a new house of directors will be elected, and a leader of MAA Education Scholarship will be announced. A potluck cooking will be held. Guests are asked to move dishes and beverages to share. The assembly is free. Members and friends of a organisation are speedy to attend. RSVP by Friday, Jun 10 during 781-631-2608 or info@marbleheadarts.org.

Salem’s Artists’ Row has non-stop for another deteriorate during 24 New Derby St., opposite from Old Town Hall and Derby Square. This year’s featured artists are Linda Mullin of Grace and Diggs, Kajetan Nowakowski and Aleksandra Nowak of Kay’s Stained Glass Studio, Sibel Alpaslan of Ceramics by Sibel, Karen Scalia of Salem Food Tours, and Tommy Gagnon of Boston Woodturning. Artists’ Row hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, noon to 6 p.m., and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The eventuality is a Salem Arts Space Initiative. For a list of programming, revisit www.facebook.com/artistrowsalemma.

Friends of Greenlawn Cemetery will horde “Salem’s Good Citizens,” a debate and fundraiser, on Saturday, Jun 18, during 10 a.m., during Dickson Memorial Chapel, 57 Orne St., Salem. The debate will form a lives and gravestones of Salem’s many notable citizens. A wordless auctions for paintings by internal artists will also be held. The debate is giveaway and open to a public. Donations are accepted. For some-more information, email Christine Lutts during friendsofgreenlawn@gmail.com.

The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice will horde Tent Talks, a contention series, any Thursday in June, during noon, during a Salem Witch Trials Memorial, Liberty Street. Each 15-minute contention will be reason sleet or gleam underneath a tent on a commemorative grounds. “Confirming Proctor’s Ledge: The Site of a 1692 Executions,” led by Tad Baker, story highbrow during Salem State University, will be reason on Jun 2. “On Being a Person of Color: Do You See Me Now?” led by Rosario Ubiera-Minaya, arch module officer during North Shore Community Development Coalition, will be reason on Jun 9. “Creating Positive Impact Through Inclusion,” led by Margarita Ruiz, superintendent of Salem schools, will be reason on Jun 16. “The Challenge of Keeping a Peace in 2016” led by Mary Butler, Salem arch of police, will be reason on Jun 23. “Intolerance in Pre-Revolutionary War Salem,” led by historian Jim McAllister, will be reason on Jun 30. Each contention is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, revisit www.salemaward.org.

Arts Fest Beverly 2016, presented by Endicott College, will be reason sleet or gleam on Saturday, Jun 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., along Cabot Street in downtown Beverly. The giveaway outside festival will underline some-more than 150 juried excellent artists and crafters, music, kids activities, art-on-the-spot creations and an outside food court. The festival drift will widen from Judson Street to Bow Street. For some-more information, call Beverly Main Streets during 978-922-8558 or revisit www.beverlymainstreets.org.

Stage284’s Black Box Lab will benefaction a reading of “The Divine: A Play for Sarah Bernhardt” on Saturday, Jun 11, during 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Jun 12, during 4 p.m. during a Hamilton-Wenham Community House, 284 Bay Road, Hamilton. The play, destined by Myriam Cyr, follows Bernhardt, a mythological early-film actress, as she uncovers a immature seminarian’s unpleasant secret. A usurpation will follow a Saturday performance. The uncover is for ages 12 and up. Tickets are $15 per chairman and are accessible during www.communityhouse.org.

The American Cancer Society’s Look Good Feel Better module will be reason on Monday, Jun 6, from 10 a.m. to noon, during Mass General North Shore Cancer Center, 102 Endicott St., Danvers. The giveaway module offers hands-on cosmetic techniques for cancer patients, including wig care, headband and shawl use, skin care, and spike care, to assistance them cope with appearance-related side effects from chemotherapy and/or deviation treatments. All participants will accept a giveaway makeup kit. For some-more information, hit a American Cancer Society during 800-227-2345 or revisit www.cancer.org.

The Peabody Institute Library is restarting a monthly “Literatea” array during a West Branch location, 603 Lowell St. Peabody. A opposite loose-leaf tea will be served during any meeting. The library staff will lead discussions on book recommendation and titles recently combined to a library. Meetings will be reason on a initial Tuesday of any month, from Jun 7 by Aug 2, during 11 a.m. “Literatea” is giveaway and open to a public. Registration is compulsory during www.peabodylibrary.org. For some-more information, call Melissa Robinson during 978-535-3354, ext. 11.

“Top Opera Brilliant Broadway,” a unison by Virtual Voices of Beverly, will be reason on Friday, Jul 29, during 7 p.m., during Lynch Park’s Shell Stage, 55 Ober St., Beverly. The carol will perform Broadway uncover tunes and compositions by Mozart and Strauss. A guest opening by a Revive Dance Exchange Studio Dancers will also be held. Bring chairs or blankets to lay on. Virtual Voices of Beverly is now usurpation singers to perform during a concert. For some-more information on joining, hit Bonnie Rynkowski during 508-331-2733 or brynk@comcast.net.

The Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church is seeking qualification vendors to attend in a annual Harvest Festival being reason on Saturday, Oct. 15, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., during 323 Locust St., Danvers. All handmade crafts will be juried for peculiarity and variety. Applications contingency be finished by Monday, Aug. 15 and are accessible by Dona McDuff during dmcduff_spofford@hotmail.com.

Beverly Bootstraps Thrift Shop is looking for volunteers to assistance sort, cost and hang donations any Monday from 5 to 8 p.m. Companies, clubs and children ages 16 and adult are acquire to help. Middle propagandize aged children will need adult supervision. For some-more information, call 978-927-1561, ext. 119 or email lcolten@beverlybootstraps.org.

The Salem Theatre Company will benefaction “Angels in America, Part One” from Saturday, Jun 11 by Friday, Jun 24, during 35 Congress St., Suite 301, Salem. The award-winning play, created by Tony Kushner, focuses on wish and amusement in a face of a 1980s AIDS crisis. A usurpation will follow a opening night opening on Jun 11. Student Night, where tyro tickets cost $5, will be reason on Wednesday, Jun 15. LGBT Pride night will be reason on Wednesday, Jun 22. General acknowledgment tickets operation from $12 to $28 and are accessible during www.salemtheatre.com.

Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery is relocating a North Shore assembly plcae to Lifebridge, 56 Margin St., Salem. Meetings will be reason on a final Tuesday of any month during 6 p.m. For some-more information, hit Michael Lembo during 978-744-0500 or m.lembo@lifebridgesalem.org, or revisit www.moar-recovery.org.

Greenbelt, Essex County’s Land Trust and a North Shore Amateur Astronomy Club will horde an astronomy night on Thursday, Jun 2, during 8:30 p.m., during a Sagamore Hill plan site, 473 Sagamore St., Hamilton. The module starts with a brief arrangement on a solar system, followed by stargazing by telescopes during 9:30 p.m. Bring a blanket, snacks, additional layers of clothing, and personal stargazing equipment, if necessary. In a box of bad observation conditions, a eventuality will be deferred to Tuesday, Jun 7. It is giveaway and open to a public. RSVPs are compulsory by emailing ecga@ecga.org.

Abbot Public Library will reason a summer reading program, “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!” from Friday, Jul 1 by Saturday, Jul 30. This year’s thesis is “exercise and a outdoors.” Children will accept a “trail map” pamphlet to recording mins spent listening to or reading books and an “action card” to record their outside activities. Various events will also be reason during a library, 235 Pleasant St., Marblehead, including storytime and qualification programs, internal author discussions, and low-pitched entertainment. An awards eventuality will be reason on Tuesday, Aug. 2, where prizes will be given to a tip readers in 3 age groups. Ice cream will be served. Visit www.abbotlibrary.org for updates on destiny summer reading module events. For some-more information, call 781-631-1481.

“Paint, Paste, Print,” an vaunt by artist Jean Fogle, will be on perspective from Monday, Jun 6 by Thursday, Jun 30 during a Abbot Public Library’s Virginia A. Carten Gallery, 235 Pleasant St., Marblehead. The vaunt will underline acrylic paintings, collages, mixed-media and gelatin prints. An artist usurpation will be reason on Monday, Jun 6, from 2 to 4 p.m. For some-more information, call 781-631-1481 or revisit www.abbotlibrary.org.

Flint Public Library will start a summer reading programs on Tuesday, Jun 21. Programs are accessible for pre-K and up, including adults. Registration starts during 10 a.m. during a library, 1 South Main St., Middleton. For some-more information, call 978-774-8132 or revisit www.flintlibrary.org.

The Joe Andy Memorial Scholarship Fund Ballbuster Golf Tournament will be reason on Saturday, Jun 18, during 7:30 a.m., during Lakeview Golf Course, 60 Main St., Wenham. Sen. Joan Lovely will benefaction scholarships to a selected recipients. A cookout during Camp Naumkeag, 85 Memorial Drive, Salem, will follow a contest during 1 p.m. Musical celebration will be supposing by Britannica. Registration costs $75 per golfer. For some-more information, call 978-317-4204 or revisit www.joeandyfund.com.

The Salem dash pad is now open daily, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., by Labor Day, during Mary Jane Lee Park, on a dilemma of Prince and Palmer Street. There will be no lifeguard on duty; residents are suggested to play during their possess risk. Street clothes, shoes, glass, pets, skateboards, bikes, ethanol and smoking are not permitted. For some-more information, revisit www.salem.com.

Marblehead Arts Association will horde an illustrated row contention on art and interior/exterior pattern on Sunday, Jun 12, from 3 to 4:30 p.m., during King Hooper Mansion, 8 Hooper St., Marblehead. Architect D. Bruce Greenwald, Bliss Home owners Pan Manadee, and interior engineer Eugine Roy will offer as panelists. Admission costs $10 for MAA members and $15 for nonmembers. Space is singular and reservations are compulsory by job 781-631-2608 or emailing info@marbleheadarts.org.

The Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras is usurpation musicians for a 2016-17 season. Auditions for new and stability NMYO musicians will take place on Saturday, Jun 11, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., during Ipswich High School, 134 High St. Performers are approaching to know scales, sight-reading during an suitable level, and perform dual stylistically resisting pieces of their choosing. String, woodwind, brass, and percussion students from ages 6 to 18, during all levels of playing, are invited to try out. To register for an audition, revisit www.nmyo.org, email auditions@nmyo.org, or call 978-309-9833.

Postpartum Progress will horde “Climb Out of a Darkness,” a climbing and hiking fundraiser event, on Saturday, Jun 18, during 9:30 a.m., during Bradley Palmer State Park, Bradley Palmer State Park Road, Topsfield. The module aims to lift recognition of maternal mental health disorders. Those influenced by postpartum depression, anxiety, OCD and psychosis are invited to participate. Registration is compulsory during www.crowdrise.com/mollylawney-cotd2016.

Stepping Stones for Stella presents a Freedom Run 5K Road Race on Sunday, Jun 19, during 9 a.m., during a Jewish Community Center of a North Shore, 4 Community Road, Marblehead. Proceeds from a eventuality will assistance account Stones’ Beach Buggy program. The Beach Buggy is a water-resistant wheelchair designed to ride children with earthy disabilities in silt and snow. Runners and walkers are acquire to participate. Registration costs $25 per racer or $50 for families. Children underneath 12 are certified free. Sign adult during www.lightboxreg.com/ssfs.

The Northeast Massachusetts Mosquito Control and Wetlands Management District will control helicopter applications of biological larvicide over coastal salt marshes in Ipswich during illumination hours by Saturday, Jun 18. The larvicide, Bti, is a healthy micro-organism found in dirt and H2O that eliminates butterfly larvae and a few nautical insects in a fly family. It is non-toxic to people, fish, birds, bees and scarcely all insect species. The helicopter applications will not start over residential areas. For some-more information, call Mary Duggan during 978-352-2800.

MeThee will horde a opening during a Marblehead Festival of a Arts with Pesky J. Nixon, Connor Gravey and Sorcha Cribben-Merril on Sunday, Jul 3, during 6 p.m., during Crocker Park, Crocker Park Lane, Marblehead. Nixon is a folk and roots stone rope formed in Boston. Singer/songwriters Gravey and Cribben-Merril both perform solo and as a duo. The unison is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, revisit www.marbleheadfestival.org.

Federal Street in Salem will horde a bi-annual retard jubilee on Sunday, Jun 12, from 6 to 8 p.m., during a intersection of Federal and Beckford streets. Live strain will be supposing by Bob Kendall and Friends. Guests are asked to move chairs, an appetizer, or a beverage. All are acquire to attend. In box of rain, a jubilee will be changed to Sunday, Jun 19. For some-more information, email schwartztini@aol.com or paul.s.bunker@gmail.com.

Merry Mixers hopes to lift $99,000 for pediatric behavioral health services during a Spring Gala on Saturday, Jun 11, during 7 p.m., during Tedesco County Club, 154 Tedesco St., Marblehead. The eventuality will underline live music, nominal champagne and hors d’oeuvres. A 2016 Jeep Wrangler Sport will be raffled off. Proceeds will advantage MassGeneral for Children during North Shore Medical Center in Salem. Admission costs $75. Raffle tickets are sole alone during $100 each. Tickets for a eventuality and raffle are accessible during www.merrymixers.org.

Photographs by Beverly photographer Michael Chiusano are on perspective during Beverly Bank, 254 Cabot St., during a following times: Monday by Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. 8 p.m.; and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. For some-more information, call 978-922-0857.

Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll is seeking field for a new city Traffic and Parking Commission. The elect will rise and umpire on-street and off-street open parking, manage trade formulation and process development, exercise a city’s “complete streets” policy, and make recommendations to a mayor and City Council for ordinances or elect regulations per trade and parking. Residents with a applicable credentials in transportation, trade engineering, or civic formulation are speedy to apply. The tenure of bureau is 3 years, and assembly dates have nonetheless to be determined. Applications are accessible during www.salem.com/sites/salemma/files/uploads/salem_application_for_board_appointment.pdf. Send finished applications and resumes to dpangallo@salem.com.

The Imbroglio Theatre Company presents a universe premier of “The Painter in a Trees,” a play by Peter Sampieri, from Friday, Jun 9 by Sunday, Jun 12, during 7 p.m., during a Salem Athenaeum garden, 337 Essex St. The play, blending from a romance of a same name, is about a immature painter who climbs a tree and vows to never come down. Tickets are accessible a doorway (cash only), and cost $10 for Athenaeum members and $14 for ubiquitous admission. Enter a garden by a embankment on Bott’s Court and move your possess chairs or blankets. For some-more information, call 978-744-2540 or revisit www.salemathenaeum.net.

The Friends of Beverly Animals is seeking pet photos for a 2017 calendar. Send no some-more than 3 photos of any pet by Friday, Aug. 1 to bhannable@gmail.com. Include a difference “2017 calendar” in a theme line. In a body, embody a names of a animals, their owner, and if a pet was adopted from FOBA or another rescue shelter. Photos should be during slightest 100 DPI, or 4″-by-6″ in size, and of good quality. Limited promotion space is available. For some-more information, call 978-922-7190.

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