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Page 6 www.TheTownCommon.com Letters To The November Editor 15 -22, 2017 The Town Common Community Announcements New Dining Room Full Bar Italian Deli & Marketplace Take out AMESBURY - Old fashioned Spaghetti Supper & Ice Cream Sundaes! Saturday, November 25, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Union Congregational Church, Community 350 Main St., Point Shore, Amesbury Connections (across from Alliance Park). Spaghetti with homemade sauce, meatballs, garlic bread, and salad. Try our ice cream sundaes with homemade brownies. “All you can eat!” Individual New Dining $8. Family Room $28. Take-out available for $9. To benefit Union Congregational Church’s historic 1835 Currier & Ives Meetinghouse overlooking the Merrimack River. Handicapped accessible. Please join Full Business Bar us! Our events and services are open to all no matter what denomination Spotlight or religion. We are Open and Affirming. All are welcome! Rev. Lucy Italian Blood, Deli Minister. & 978-388-0631. www.amesburyunion.org Marketplace ------------------------------------------------------------ Real Estate • For Sale For AMESBURY - Sale The Amesbury Take Library out Genealogy Club will present Henry Lukas of the Spellman Museum on Grab & Go Monday, December 18 at 1:00 p.m. He will be discussing the history of Party Trays the postage stamp. We will find out about the different collections at the Spellman Museum. Registration is required. Please contact Margie Walker ndependent Newspaper Serving Party Trays North Shore of Mass & Coastal NH • • • GiuseppesFineFood.com 978-465-2225 257 Low St . Newburyport LET US ASSIST YOU IN CREATING YOUR DREAM KITCHEN Sports at mwalker@amesburylibrary.org • Sports 978-388-8148. • Sports ------------------------------------------------------------ GiuseppesFineFood.com GROVELAND - The Groveland Historical Society is very happy to 257 Low announce St they will be holding Groveland’s first Festival of Trees this year at Pets, historic Washington Animals, Hall, 101 Washington Street, Plus Newburyport Groveland, MA between November 19, thru December 2, 2017. The hours for this event will be 1:00- 8:00 PM every day, except for being closed on Thanksgiving Day. Trees and wreaths, both live and artificial will be decorated with unique themes and Health & Fitness will be raffled off to winners on closing day December 2, 2017. Admission 978-948-8696 • www.thetowncommon.com • advertise@thetowncommon.com fee is $5.00, children under 5 are free. Raffle tickets will be on sale during opening hours at Washington Hall. ------------------------------------------------------------ HAMPTON - Seacoast Artisans Holiday Arts & Crafts Boutique Market Annual Holiday Fair! Dec 2 & 3, 10am to 4pm, Lafayette Crossing Mall, 45 Lafayette Road, North Hampton, NH. For additional information please contact Joyce at (603) 431-8531 ------------------------------------------------------------ IPSWICH – “Jingle Bell Walk” Saturday, December 2, 2017, 11:00am until 1:30pm. Join us for a day of holiday festivities and cheer! Greet Santa as he arrives at the Ipswich Town Wharf. Sing carols with Buddy the Elf as we await Santa’s arrival! Jingle bells will be available for purchase. Jingle your bells and follow our honored guest and Buddy the Elf on a festive “Jingle Bell Walk” to the Ipswich Town Hall at 45 Green Street. Keep a sharp eye out for the “Grinch”! Once Santa arrives at Town Hall, he will receive children 11 and under while holiday carolers entertain. Parents are urged to bring a camera! Each child will receive a gift bag from Santa as well. Following their visit with Santa, the children can have their faces painted, play festive games, create holiday crafts, and watch Elf. The Rotary Club will serve hot dogs, hot cocoa and more in the COA cafeteria. Tickets will be available for purchase in order to enjoy delicious food, face painting, and crafts. There will be free games to play as well as raffles for Christmas trees and four Celtics Tickets for the February 26th game against Memphis at 7:30pm! In the event of rain or heavy snow, we will meet at Town Hall. Parking is available at Town Hall and in the Ascension Memorial Church lot. Unfortunately, no pets are allowed in Town Hall. Attendees are encouraged to bring unwrapped gifts SALE fit for a child to support the Marines in their organization, Toys for Tots! For more information go to www.ipswichrotary.org. Proceeds from the Jingle Bell Walk will be donated to Cure CMT4J / The Talia Duff Foundation Inc. This organization is aiming to raise awareness and provide support for the development of gene therapy to cure CMT4J, a rare, rapidly progressing neurological disease, similar to ALS. ------------------------------------------------------------ NEWBURYPORT – Is there room in your home and heart for a foster child? The Department of Children and Families is actively recruiting foster parents for children in your community coming into care. Our goal is to provide our foster children with a supportive and healing environment in a home in their own community until they can be reunited with their families or another plan can be made on their behalf. The rewards of providing daily SEE STORE FOR MORE DETAILS... care, guidance and acceptance are immeasurable. Attend an information session Thursday, December 7th to learn more about Foster Care and Limited Time Offer!! Fostering to Adopt through the Massachusetts Department of Children & Families (DCF): www.FosterMA-hc.eventbrite.com. Sign up requested but not required - walk ins welcome day of! ------------------------------------------------------------ Route 1 Traffic Circle NEWBURYPORT - The Society of St. Vincent De Paul of Immaculate Conception Parish, Newburyport, is once again fortunate to have the New 6 Smith Lane #5 England Tenors perform a benefit concert in Newburyport. The I.C, Church will be the setting as the tenors perform this wonderful Christmas musical Tax-Free New Hampshire Seabrook, NH presentation. The youth group “My Own Voice” will also present their joyous songs of the season for all to enjoy. Place: Immaculate Conception Church, 42 Green St, Newburyport. Time: 2:00pm. Date: Sunday, November 26, 2017 Tickets: $20.00 for adults -- $12.00 for children under 12. Tickets www.ckb-nh.com available after each mass on Sunday, November 12th, Saturday November 18th, and Sunday November 19th. Limited tickets also sold at the door. WITH PACKAGES STARTING AT $6995 Forevermark all wood cabinetry in the “K” series - 3 colors - approximately 7x12’ including appliances Granite counters installed - 4 colors Appliance package includes all Stainless: stove, diswasher, microwave & refridgerator Dream ~ Design ~ Decorate 603-814-1132 Grab & Go 978-465-2225

November 15 - 22, 2017 www.TheTownCommon.com Page 7 Further information please call Bunny Chiasson @ 978-465-5810 or email: sandbunnyc@yahoo,com ------------------------------------------------------------ NEWBURPORT - Join us in this very special production of Methuen Ballet Ensemble’s The Nutcracker. The company is thrilled to announce that world renowned ballet dancer and choreographer Sabi Varga will be joining this year’s production. It is not to be missed! In addition to dancing in the production, Mr. Varga will be tapping into his creative and artistic talents as guest choreographer for select scenes! Methuen Ballet Ensemble, an established ballet company under the artistic direction of Vanessa Voter Shaheen, has staged The Nutcracker for over twentyfive years. All principal roles are performed by members of Methuen Ballet Ensemble, whose experience totals over 150 years of classical ballet training under Ms. Shaheen’s tutelage. Students of Voter’s School of Dance and North Shore Performing Arts Center perform all other roles. Saturday, November 25 at 3:00PM, Saturday, November 25 Gala Reception at 6:00PM; Performance at 7:00PM and Sunday, November 26, at 3:00PM at the Firehouse Center for the Arts, Market Sq, Newburyport, Box Office: 978.462.7336 , General: 978.499.993 www.firehouse. org ------------------------------------------------------------ NEWBURYPORT - Cantemus Chamber Chorus Sings in the Season - Cantemus Chamber Chorus’s winter program, Psalmists and Seers, reveals the solemn splendor and holy excitement of the holiday season, with Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms at its center. Its colorful Hebrew poetry and zigzagging rhythms proclaim the greatness of the season. The Midwife’s Tale, a Christmas cantata by Cambridge composer James Woodman, reflects in sonorous medieval poetry the mystery and awe of the Nativity. Other pieces on the program set the scene for a melodious, enchanting and heart-stirring season of true joy. The final piece, Lauridsen’s prayerful setting of James Agee’s poem Sure on This Shining Night, shimmers with the essence of tranquility and peace. Harp and percussion accompany the chorus, and a reception follows the concert. Tickets: adults, $25; seniors, $20; 21 & under, free. Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 7:30 pm, First Church Wenham, 1 Arbor St., Wenham. Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 4 pm, Central Congregational Church, 14 Titcomb St., Newburyport. NEW VENUE! - Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 4 pm, First Church in Swampscott, 40 Monument Ave., Swampscott. ------------------------------------------------------------ NEWBURYPORT - “The Rose and the Night Star” will be presented by the 140-voice Newburyport Choral Society, the Greater Newburyport Children’s Chorus and orchestra at 8 PM on Saturday, December 9th and Sunday, December 10th at 2:30 PM at the Belleville Congregational Church, 300 High Street, Newburyport. The concert will feature Saint-Saens’ Christmas Oratorio with additional seasonal favorites. For ticket purchase and further concert information visit www.newburyportchoralsociety.org. ------------------------------------------------------------ ROWLEY - This month the Rowley Public Library is hosting art created by local students from Pine Grove. Notan is a design element used for creating composition in art. The Japanese use the term ‘Notan’ to describe an important element of design involving the play of light versus dark. Students first learned about positive space and negative space and saw examples of artwork displaying both elements. They then created their own to share. See what it’s all about! Their artwork will be on exhibit through the month of November. The Rowley Public Library, 141 Main Street in Rowley, is fully accessible. For more information, call 978-948-2850. ------------------------------------------------------------ ROWLEY - Caroling on the Common, Sunday, December 3rd 4:00pm, The Gazebo on the Rowley Common, Rt. 1A/Main St. All are Welcome! We ask that you please bring a donation of paper towels, toilet paper, wet wipes or facial tissues for the Rowley Food Pantry. Hosted by the Rowley Junior Girl Scouts Troop 79123 ------------------------------------------------------------ ROWLEY - For the upcoming holiday season, The Rowley Family Dental Center is once again requesting that their patients bring in food donations for the Rowley Food Pantry. All contributors will receive a chance at a raffle, the winner of which will receive a free tooth-whitening system, to be drawn January 2, 2018! ------------------------------------------------------------ ROWLEY - Join us for the Pine Grove School 45th Annual Holiday Craft Fair. The halls of our elementary school are filled with more than 150 area crafters and artists. December 2nd 9am to 3. 191 Main St, Rowley. ------------------------------------------------------------ ROWLEY - Clark School, based in Rowley, MA, offers a stimulating learning environment for students’ grades kindergarten through 12. We emphasize each student’s strengths and combine skill-based and peer-based learning within our strong academic curriculum. Clark offers year-round, rolling admissions, so call us today and schedule a personal tour of our campus, or visit clarkschool.com for more information. 978-777-4699. ------------------------------------------------------------ SALISBURY - Stop in to see the colorful prints and eclectic jewelry created by artist, Marcia Herson on display Nov. 22 – Jan. 1st, Opening reception: Nov. 28th. Marcia uses a wide range of materials and mediums including her own lampworked glass beads, acrylics, oil, and encaustic. Salisbury Public Library, 17 Elm St, Salisbury, 978-465-5071 x 136 ------------------------------------------------------------ SEABROOK - Trinity United Church is seeking vendors for a Holiday Gift Fair on Friday Dec. 15. Crafters are welcome, but this event allows all types of items suitable for gift giving......homemade fudge & culinary treats, gifts & “regifted items, brand new, “still in the package” items. We want things not found in the mall stores! Proceeds from some vendor fees will benefit a needy area family @ Christmas time through the Rockingham County Community Action’s “Adopt-A-Family” program. Do your shopping locally & save gas AND have joy in knowing you are participating in a worthy cause. Contact ( 978- 994-0734) to reserve a $20.00 space or e-mail jgwhittier@comcast.net DON’T NEGLECT YOUR TEETH! R O W L E Y F A M I L Y D E N TA L • • FREE Consultations The newest cosmetic techniques & technology Serving our community since 1986 Friendly, accommodating staff Experienced, dependable Dentists • • • C E N T E R DOUGLAS SHEALY, D.D.S. and RicHARD SELtEnRicH, D.M.D. ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS www.rowleyfamilydentalcenter.com Route 133, Rowley 978-948-2333 Town of Rowley Board of Health Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day From the Workbench: Oil based paints Stains/varnish Paint thinner Wood/paint strippers Wood preservatives Rust preventatives Photo Chemicals Old chemistry sets Arts and crafts supplies Airplane glue Rubber cement Muriatic/hydrochloric acid Fiberglass resin SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2017 Greg Der Bogosian 8:30 AM to 11:30 PM Highway Department, 40 Independent Street is your WHAT TO Advertising BRING Consultant 77 From Wethersfield House: From Yard: St. “Under-the-sink” Weed killers cleaners Pesticides Rowley, Oven /Floor/Drain MA Chemical 01969 fertilizers cleaners Insecticides Telephone: Poisons 978-948-8696 Herbicides Metal polish Fungicides Sealants Rodent killers Fax: Solvents/adhesives 978-948-2564 Miscellaneous: Bleaches/ammonia Mercury (thermometers/ advertise@thetowncommon.com Dry cleaning fluids thermostats/ switches From the Garage: Gasoline/kerosene/fuel Antifreeze Brake/Transmission/ Engine/Radiator fluid/degreaser/cleaner Used/unused Motor oil Car wax/polishes Driveway sealer Roofing tar Pool chemicals Creosote Cesspool cleaners Lighter fluid Upholstery/rug cleaners Moth balls A fee will be charged for the following items: Electronics (televisions & computer monitors over 46”) Electronics (televisions & computer monitors under 46”) Propane Tanks (0 lb tanks and under, without gas) 0 lb tanks (gas grill size) Tanks smaller than 0 lbs Tires (with or without rims under 17” in diameter) Car /engine batteries Fluorescent light bulbs Recharge/NiCad/ Lithium batteries $5.00 each item $0.00 each item $ 5.00 each tank $ .00 each tank $ .00 each tire $ .00 each Rowley Board of Health reserves the right to refuse any item(s) it deems inappropriate for the collection. NO: Latex paint (dry out- Industrial/Commercial waste put in trash) Radioactive waste Trash Infectious/Biological waste Leaves / Brush Explosives Tree stumps Ammunition/gun powder Asbestos Fireworks PROOF OF RESIDENCY REQUIRED For more information call: Rowley Board of Health office at (978) 948 – 31 WHAT NOT TO BRING Flares Smoke detector Fire extinguisher Oil filter Air conditioner Appliances Prescription medicine Uncommon or unmarked cylinders *Needles/syringes (sharps disposal program available) Large quantities of acceptable items (more than 5 lbs or gal) may be subject to additional fees.

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