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The Region's Largest Weekly Distribution 'Tis the season... The Town Common PRST STD. U.S. POSTAGE PAID NEWBURYPORT, MA PERMIT NO. 51 ____________ LARGEST DISTRIBUTION ACROSS THE NORTH SHORE OF MA & COASTAL NH www.thetowncommon.com December 6 - 12, 2017 Vol. 14, No. 06 FREE Life on a Playground By stewart Lytle, reporter ––––––––––––––––– NEWBURY – A few hundred yards from the new the description Theater Workshop provided about Christmas community-built playground at the Newbury Elementary in July. “The most important questions: right and wrong, School, Theater Workshop is putting on a musical this just and unjust, kindness and carelessness, our entire world weekend that takes place on a fictional playground. in all its social complexities are revealed as not very complex In its December musical, Christmas in July, the non-profit at all on the playground.” Theater Workshop is offering a production based on the It is not Fix’s first adaptation of a popular cartoon. She has popular television animated series, Recess, which aired during brought to the stage Charles Schultz’s Peanuts and Dr. Seuss’ the 1990s. odd and lovable characters. It is not the typical holiday school production, but delivers “That is the sort of challenge this is,” she said. a strong message about life. In this musical, the students are in the last week of the With 60 students in the performance, director and writer school year, and all the rituals and traditions of elementary Stacey Fix has brought to the stage the lives of elementary school are unfolding while friends plan their summer school students during what she calls “the unscripted time vacations. One student’s summer camp dreams are realized Photo provided by Theater Workshop of the school day.” From left are Charlie Mollineaux, Riley Hillemeyer, Ellie when support comes as a gift from the most unlikely “The playground is where we learn about life,” according to Northup, Alex Burns and Michael Walsh. Continued on page 3 Robert Richard’s building Minco Condos Could Be First Waterfront West Residences By stewart Lytle, reporter ––––––––––––––––– Photo by Stewart Lytle NEWBURYPORT – If you have ever dined at Michael’s Harborside Restaurant or tried to find your way from the Clipper Heritage Rail Trail to the waterfront boardwalk, you may have passed a nondescript, one-story building that sits beside the curved private road leading from Merrimac Street to the restaurant and waterfront. You have probably wondered what this red brick building with white garage doors is or was. And why this seemingly abandoned building sits on near the Merrimack River waterfront where square footage is a premium. That building, once an auto repair shop that is used mostly for storage, has been in Robert Richard’s family for decades, he said last week. He hopes to sell the property to Louis P. Minicucci, Jr., president of Minco Corp., who is proposing to turn it into 25 waterfront condos. What makes this eyesore special is that it may be torn down and replaced with the Continued on page 3 Castle Hill in Winter The Crane Estate will open Friday evenings for special holiday tours. Guests will enjoy live holiday music, a cash bar, light appetizers, the Castle Hill gift shop, and self-guided tours. Guides will be stationed in each room to receive visitors and answer questions. Trustees members will receive 20% off in the shop. What: Friday Night at the Castle When: Friday, December 8 & Friday, December 15, 5 – 8PM Where: Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, 290 Argilla Rd., Ipswich Tickets: Trustees Member Adult: $10. Trustees Member Child: $5. Adult: $20. Child/Senior: $10. Tickets are available at the door only. On Friday, December 8 guests will enjoy beautiful holiday music from Bostonarea choral ensemble Lyricora form 5:30 – 7:45PM. On Friday, December 15 choral group and sea chantiers Three Sheets to the Wind will perform holiday favorites. You'll "flip" over the digital edition at TheTownCommon.com The boardwalk isn’t the only thing expanding in Salisbury Dr. William Jackson proudly welcomes Dr. Kenneth McWha to the Salisbury practice. Now accepting new patients, 978-462-3009 Dr. William Jackson Dr. Kenneth McWha Coastal Medical Salisbury, 46 Toll Road, Salisbury, MA 01952 Friday Night at the Castle Don't miss what's going on in your community! Sign up for The Town Common's weekly e-mail! Visit thetowncommon.com and sign up today! POSTAL CUSTOMER Photo provided by The Crane Estate AJH_McWha ad_5.04x2_11.17.indd 1 11/20/17 1:51 PM

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