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The North Shore’s Largest Independent Community Newspaper Page 4 www.TheTownCommon.com November 8 - 14, 2017 The Town Common Newburyport Memorial Art, Co. Consigli Stone Creations Memorials in granite, marble and bronze Cemetery Lettering . Monumental Cleaning Granite Countertops . Signs . Mailbox Posts . Steps The Town Common Senior Moments Community Calendar To place an non-profit organization’s event in the Community Calendar for FREE, call 978-948-8696 or e-mail: events@thetowncommon.com Classified Ads WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th Peter Consigli, Owner WEDNESDAY MORNING 96 Newburyport Tpke BIRDING Get the Smile (Rte 1) Newbury You’ve 978-465-7772 Always Wanted! These very popular programs www.consiglistonecreations.com Teeth Whitening, New Patient Special! provide an excellent opportunity to Come in for your new patient exam and x-rays explore one of the most productive and receive free in-office bleaching ($100 value)* birding areas in the country. 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P: 978-948-8696 • F: 978-948-2564 advertise@thetowncommon.com Community Calendar Continues . . . • INSPECTIONS WEDNESDAY MORNING BOOK TALK Come hear about some of the library’s newest books with library staff and share your favorite recent reads, and hope-to-reads over a cup of coffee. If you’re a book lover The boardwalk isn’t the only thing expanding in Salisbury Longtime primary care physician Dr. William Jackson proudly welcomes Dr. Kenneth McWha to the Salisbury practice. Now accepting new patients, 978-462-3009 Dr. William Jackson Coastal Medical Salisbury, The Office of Dr. William G. Jackson 46 Toll Road, Salisbury, MA 01952 www.ajh.org Dr. Kenneth McWha you probably enjoy hearing what Some service projects will be others have enjoyed and sharing planned. Refreshments will be your favorite authors and titles as well. There is no required reading. Feel free to just come and listen served. For further information, please call the COA at 978-352- 5726. and enjoy a cup of coffee. No registration required. November 8th from 10:30-11:30am, Newbury Town Library, 0 Lunt St, Byfield, newburylibrary.org STAMP CLUB The Winthrop Stamp Club will meet on Thursdays November 9 and November 30, 1-4 p.m. at the Georgetown Senior Community Center. For further information, please call the COA at 978-352- 5726. FALL YOGA CLASS Students are led through a series of stretches, strengthening and balancing postures, twists and inversions by certified yoga instructor Maura Mastrogiovanni. No registration is required, and all fitness levels are welcome. Bring a mat if you have one and wear comfortable clothes. Class meets every Wednesday evening from 5:30-7 pm at the Rowley Public Library, 141 Main St. Sponsored by the Friends of the Rowley Library, cost for students is $12 or $10 for Friends members. Call 978-948- 2850 for more information. GARDEN CLUB MEETING The Hampton Garden Club will meet on Wednesday, November 8th at 6:30 at the Tuck Field Building for a monthly meeting and an evening of craft activities. The crafts will be donated to local facilities as well as taken home by members. There will also be a hat and mitten collection for the Hampton Community Coalition. We always welcome new members, so come and join us for the evening. We only ask that you bring scissors, a ruler, and a good sense of humor. ROUNDTABLE MEETING The Civil War Roundtable of the Merrimack will meet at 7:30 PM on Wednesday November 8th at the East Parish Methodist Church, Salisbury Square (route 1), Salisbury, MA. Professor Michael Pierson will speak on “Lt. Spaulding in Civil War Louisiana: A Union Officer’s Humor, Privilege, and Ambition.” Admission is free and anyone with an interest in America’s Civil War is invited to attend. For more information visit our web page www.cwrtmerrimack.org or call Tom at (978) 462-8518. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9th GEORGETOWN COA KNITTING GROUP The new COA Knitting Group will meet Thursday November 9, 9:30 a.m. at the Georgetown Senior Community Center. The group shares skills, patterns, while working on individual projects. SEE, THINK, AND WONDER WALKS: STROLL IN THE FOREST & FISH IN THE SALT MARSH! In every kind of weather, we love to head outdoors to our spectacular local habitats, so join us for one, two, or more of these nature explorations! Each one will focus on the importance of a sense of place as we explore the ecology, sights, and sounds of our natural landscape. Wildlife, local and migrating birds, collecting techniques, and environmental awareness will be presented in a fun, energetic format that adults and children alike will enjoy. Thu, Nov 09, 2017 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm. Meet at Mill Pond Recreation Are aon Route 113 in West Newbury. Cost: member adult, $7/member child, $6; nonmember adult, $9/nonmember child $8. Preregistration required. Mass Audubon members receive discounts on programs. For more information, call 978-462-9998 for information about additional programs and events, or visit the website at www.massaudubon.org/ joppaflatsprograms. GARDEN CLUB MEETING The Town & Country Garden Club of Ipswich invites the public to it’s November meeting, Christmas with the First Ladies. Colleen Christian Burke, a three-time member of the White House Christmas decorating team, nationally recognized TV personality and author of Christmas with the First Ladies; The White House Decorating Tradition from Jacqueline Kennedy to Michelle Obama, will present a historical slide show and floral demonstration inspired by the holiday traditions of former First Ladies. She has teamed up with Fitz and Floyd to design the First Ladies Collection and will graciously raffle off a few of this years designs. This is a program you won’t want to miss. Signed books will be available for sale at $29 each. 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The Town Comm November 8 - 14, 2017 www.TheTownCommon.com Page Johnson Fund. Louise’s spirit lives on in the projects and programs that her trust fund makes possible every year and we are all so grateful for her generosity. The program will be held on November 9, at 7pm at EBSCO, 5 Peatfield Street, Ipswich (Old K Club, near Riverview Pizza). Advanced reservations are required by emailing pptomlin@aol.com by November 2. 20+ ARTISTS ON EXHIBIT AT THE NTL The public is invited to attend the opening reception for 20+ artists who will exhibit at the NTL from November through mid- December. Light refreshments will be served. On display will be pastel paintings of landscapes, florals, portraits, and some favorite local vistas. All of these artists have studied under Robin Thornhill, a professional artist from New Hampshire accomplished in pastels and other media. Pastel painting is the art of applying layers of color to achieve a depth of soft colors to portray the subject. If you cannot attend the opening reception, you may view this special collection during regular library hours. Public Reception Nov. 9 from 5-7pm, Newbury Town Library, 0 Lunt Street, Byfield newburylibrary. org. To learn more about Robin Thornhill’s work, go to her website at robinthornhill.com. BOOK GROUP On Thursday, November 9th at 7pm, Novel Ideas: Newburyport Public Library’s Fiction book group will be discussing the book Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk by Kathleen Rooney. No reservations necessary. If you would like staff to put the book on hold for you, call us at 978-465-4428. ROWLEY DEMOCRATIC MEETING The November 9 meeting of the Rowley Democratic Party Town Committee will feature two important speakers: Jackson Browne from the local chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense and Pam Wool, coordinator of RaiseUp Seacoast, which is advocating for a $15 minimum wage in Massachusetts as well as paid family and medical leave. The meeting starts at 7 PM at the Rowley Public Library. Please email terridavidsoncabitt@gmail. com with any questions. FASHION HISTORIAN TO SPEAK AT MUSEUM OF OLD NEWBURY Explore the fascinating and seductive world of corsetry on Thursday, November 9 with fashion historian Lois Valeo. Valeo returns to the Museum of Old Newbury for her annual “Girls’ Imagine Your Child Making Friends, Having Fun, Loving & Learning Dance Conveniently Located 77 Turnpike Road Route 1 Ipswich 978.356.6060 nspaconline.com Night Out!” illustrated lecture. The program is free and open to the public, and will begin with a reception at 6:30pm, followed by Valeo’s presentation at 7:00. Over the course of the evening, Valeo will address a number of questions regarding historic corsetry: Why did women squeeze themselves into steel or whalebone corsets for over 400 years? Why did they choose to constrain their bodies with elaborate contraptions, ignoring comfort and inviting pain? Why were women so eager to embrace the ideals of youth and beauty? Were they foolish? Vain? To answer these questions, Valeo turns to art, advertisements, historic accounts, cartoons and caricatures, and to corsets themselves. The program will trace the development of the corset over several centuries, showing how this once-ubiquitous undergarment both influenced and reflected changing ideas of women’s beauty and status. A number of corsets from the museum’s collection will be on special display for the evening. To make a reservation (recommended due to limited seating) for “Corsets” or for more information, contact the Museum of Old Newbury at 978-462-2681 or email info@newburyhistory. org. The museum is located at 98 High Street in Newburyport. This program is sponsored in part by the Continued on page 6 Seacoast Artisans 17th Annual Holiday Fine Arts & Craft Show Saturday, November 11, 2017 10:00 to 4:00 You will find the perfect gift for anyone on your list! Lunch, Baked Goods, & Free Raffle too Come start your holiday shopping!! Admission $5.00. Children 12 & under are free. Plenty of parking, all Handicap accessible. NEW LOCATION: Great Bay Community College 320 Corporate Drive Pease Trade Port, Porstmouth, NH Greg Der Bogosian is your Advertising Consultant Accepting 77 Wethersfield Fall Registration St. All Rowley, Ages & MA Levels 01969 Welcome Telephone: Ballet * Tap * Jazz 978-948-8696 * Hip Hop * Pointe Lyrical Fax: * Contemporary 978-948-2564 * Technique advertise@thetowncommon.com Acro * All Boy Classes New Classes Mommy & Me (ages 1+) Mini Movers (ages 3+) Theatre Program (ages 4+) Triple Threat (ages 10+)

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