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Senior Moments Page 4 www.TheTownCommon.com April 25 - May 1, 2018 GiuseppesFineFood.com 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, APRIL 25th WEDNESDAY MORNING BIRDING These very popular programs provide and surrounding towns understanding 978-465-2225 Community Calendar Continues . . . an excellent opportunity to explore one the impact of homelessness and what of the most productive birding Marketplace areas in you can do to help. Wednesday, April the country. To date, we have seen Take over out25, at 7 pm, Central Congregational 320 species of birds on these Wednesday Church’s Parish Hall, 14 Titcomb Street, Grab & Go field trips. Wed, Apr 25 9:30 am - 12:30 Newburyport. pm. Meet at Joppa Flats Party Education Trays Center, One Plum Island Turnpike, THURSDAY, APRIL 26th Newburyport. Cost: 978-465-2225 member, $14; nonmember, $17. No GiuseppesFineFood.com preregistration SEE, THINK, AND WONDER required. For more information, call WALKS: RUN, GATHER, & HIDE 978-462-9998 for information 257 about Low St IN THE WOODS! additional programs and events, Newburyport visit In every kind of weather, our favorite the website at www.massaudubon.org/ joppaflatsprograms. OLD-TIME RADIO PLAYERS It’s been a year since the Seabrook Old- Time Radio Players have turned the Seabrook Library Conference room into the 1940’s radio studio home of WOTR. The wait is over, because on Wednesday, April 25 and Saturday, April 28 they are “On the Air”!or to be more exact…on the library stage. Seabrook Library, 25 Liberty Ln, Seabrook. Performances are Wednesday April 25, 3:30pm and 6:30pm, Saturday April 28 at 2pm. Admission is free (donations accepted). All ages are welcome. Doors open 1/2 hour before each performance. HOMELESSNESS AND THE SCHOOLS Constant stress and every-day mobility of homelessness impact students’ cognitive development and academic performance. Intervention strategies to help children overcome these difficulties do work but are falling short due to lack of funding. Hear what the schools are doing to help The Town Common homeless children cope and succeed in school. Learn about the impact that a caring environment, predictable schedule, and regular breakfast/lunch can have on a child’s life. This roundtable discussion features leaders from the The Return Of A Legend North Of Boston PIKE MARINE 80 Main Street Essex, MA 978-768-7161 PikeMarine.com New Dining Room Full Bar Italian Deli & Marketplace Take out Grab & Go Party Trays 257 Low St . Newburyport Rocco’s BaRBeRshop Friendly & Experienced Staff & Family Atmosphere “Come in for a haircut and let us be your barber!” (978)948-2555 OLD FASHIONED BARBERSHOP EXPERIENCE! See us on HELP WANTED: Experienced Barber Wanted Please Call Across from Agawam Diner 978-948-8696 at TD Bank Plaza • www.thetowncommon.com • advertise@thetowncommon.com 10 YEAR South Of Boston EVINRUDE WARRANTY* 127 State Road Rt. 3A Sagamore Beach, MA Ends April 30 th 508-888-8158 EagleMarine1.com Triton, Amesbury and Newburyport schools, which reported 342 homeless From 18’ to 25’ POWERED BY 219CC New Dining Room Full Bar Italian Deli & students this year, and is moderated by Ed Cameron, CEO of Housing Families. Join friends and neighbors from Newburyport, Salisbury, Amesbury thing to do is head out to our spectacular local habitats to see what’s new! We love to find things; think about colors, shapes, and patterns; and wonder why this place is a special home to wildlife. We’ll focus on the importance of a sense of place in a fun, energetic format that adults and children alike will enjoy. Thu, Apr 26 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm. Meet at Amesbury Town Forest. Cost: member adult, $7, child $6; nonmember adult, $9, child, $8. Preregistration required. For more information, call 978-462-9998 for information about additional programs and events, or visit the website at www. massaudubon.org/joppaflatsprograms. TEEN RAINBOW CLUB Our Rainbow Club is an inclusive and safe group for LGBTQ+ teens and allies. Hang and be yourself! We have games and craft supplies available and occasionally show movies, host guest speakers, and have parties. Grades 6-12: April 26, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm, Newburyport Public Library 978-465-4428 x 242 FOSTER CARE INFORMATION Attend an information session to learn about Foster Care and Fostering to Adopt through the Massachusetts Department of Children & Families (DCF). Foster parents provide a supportive and healing environment for children who have been abused, neglected or removed from their homes due to unsafe or dangerous conditions. DCF is currently seeking foster parents from every city and town across the state so that children can receive care in the communities where they live and go to school. If you’ve ever thought about opening your home to a child in need, this is the perfect opportunity to talk with DCF staff and foster parents. Thursday, April 26th 6:30pm-7:30pm, Salisbury Public Library LIFE DOWNSTAIRS Thursday 4/26 Life Downstairs: British Servant Culture in Fact, Fiction, & Film 7:00 p.m. at Nichols-Village Back by demand, Dr. Ann McClellan who shared her Sherlock Holmes program with us this past December, returns!!! This time, Ann will be exploring the history, rise & fall of British servants and why Americans are so fascinated by their stories on page & screen. Langley-Adams Library, 185 Main St. Groveland 978-372-1732 Langleyadamslib.org THE TOWER CLOCKS OF NEWBURYPORT See Page 2 FRIDAY, APRIL 27th GREAT BAY NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - BEHIND THE SCENES TOUR! Friday, April 27th, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Join a refuge ranger for a behind the scenes tour of Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge, located in Newington, NH. Participants will have an opportunity to visit areas of the refuge that are not normally open to the public. See a diversity of wildlife habitats while learning how the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is managing this very special landscape for conservation. Consider bringing along binoculars and a camera. Please call (978) 465-5753 to register for this program. Preregistration required. For directions to the refuge, click on this link: http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Great_ Bay/visit/plan_your_visit.html Parker River National Wildlife Refuge; Phone: (978) 465-5753 EXPLORATION TIME! Friday, April 27 from 10:30 – 11:30 AM for infants – age 8 at the Merrimac Public Library. Come explore activities, handson toys and manipulatives, and fun crafts all about the Earth with Community Action from Haverhill. Registration is not required. FLYING MACHINE Friday, 4/27 Nova’s Wright Brothers Flying Machine 1:30-3:30 p.m. BYO snacks Langley-Adams Library, 185 Main St. Groveland 978-372-1732 Langleyadamslib.org MAY DAY CELEBRATION For families with children of all ages. Join us for May pole activities, May baskets, nature walks, games, art activities, May Day tales, and more. Invite your family and friends to join the celebration. Bring a picnic dinner and we will provide a May Day dessert for all. Friday, April 27, 4:00-6:00 p.m. $12 adults, $10 children (discount for Mass Audubon members). Grandparents are free! Advance registration is required; call 978-887- 9264 or register online at massaudubon. org/ipswichriver. DISNEY’S MARY POPPINS JR. See Page 6 BIRDING BY EAR WORKSHOP No matter where you bird, the ability to identify species by ear will give you a deeper understanding of the avian community around you. In this two-day workshop, you’ll learn the methods and resources for discerning bird vocalizations. On Friday evening, we’ll review materials and techniques to connect sounds with images. In the field on Saturday, we’ll practice what we’ve learned and discuss aids that will help you with bird sounds when you’re on your own. Fri, Apr 27 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Sat, Apr 28 6:00 am - 12:00 pm. Meet at Joppa Flats

April 25 - May 1, 2018 www.TheTownCommon.com Page 5 Education Center, One Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport. Cost: member, $95; nonmember, $125. Preregistration required. For more information, call 978-462-9998 for information about additional programs and events, or visit the website at www.massaudubon.org/ joppaflatsprograms. SATURDAY, APRIL 28th FLEA MARKET The public is invited to attend a Spring Flea Market hosted by the Masons on Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, at the Cochichewick Lodge, 19 Johnson Street, in the Old Center of North Andover. The event will feature great bargains at dealer tables. Lunch will also be available. For more information, call 978-683-6875. Proceeds from the Flea Market will be used for maintenance and repairs to the Lodge, where the Masons have met since 1924. PARKER RIVER BIO DAY WALK! The Parker River Clean Water Association (PRCWA) will lead a Biodiversity Day walk on Saturday, April 28th at 9 AM. Those who are interested are directed to meet by the athletic fields at 75 West Street, Georgetown, MA. Hikers are encouraged to download the free iNaturalist app to their smartphone to document species as we move along the river out to forested trails by vernal pools. The hike will offer spectacular views along the banks of the Parker River as we observe various plant and animal species in part of this 1000- acre greenway gem. Gain knowledge of issues affecting the Parker River in this vital water supply area. Learn about the history of land protection which includes a collaborative effort by the Georgetown Water Department and Conservation Commission, Essex County Greenbelt and the State Division of Fisheries & Wildlife. The walk is estimated to last about two hours. PRCWA will provide water. Please wear appropriate shoes and clothing. For more information or attendance confirmation, contact parker. river@verizon.net. BOOK COLLECTION The Friends of the Rowley Public Library are getting ready for the Annual Book and Bake Sale. We will be accepting donations of gently used Books, DVDs, and CDs on Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am – 12:00pm. Donations may be dropped off in the Library Meeting Room. We accept: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Art, Gardening, How-To, Cookbooks, Hardcover, Paperback, Children’s Books including picture books, Young Adult titles, DVDs and CDs in their original boxes. No musty items, no textbooks, encyclopedias, digests, magazines or VHS tapes please! Don’t forget to Save the Date for the Friends of the Rowley Library Book, Bake and Hot Dog Sale which will be held on Saturday, May 5th (9:00am – 3:00pm) and Sunday, May 6th (11:00am – 2:00pm) at the Rowley Public Library, rain or shine. Friday May 4th is preview night for dealers and members of the Friends only from 5:30pm – 7:00pm). The sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Rowley Public Library and all proceeds benefit the Library. For more information or to volunteer for these events, please email friendsboard@rowleylibrary.org, or call Siegi at 9784126202. Please sign up at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/ 20f0b4da5ad2eaafb6-2017/22064052 BIRDING BY EAR WORKSHOP See Friday, April 27th. SATURDAY MORNING BIRDING Our experienced leaders will take you to birding hot spots in the Newburyport/ Plum Island area in search of avian activity. Beginners and birders of all skill levels are welcome. Sat, Apr 28, 9:00 am - 11:30 am. Meet at Joppa Flats Education Center, One Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport. Cost: member, $10; nonmember, $12. No preregistration required. For more information, call 978-462-9998 for information about additional programs and events, or visit the website at www.massaudubon.org/ joppaflatsprograms. FILL-A-BAG BOOK SALE The Friends of the Amesbury Public Library are having a Fill-a-Bag Book Sale on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Friends’ Book Shop, located downstairs at the Amesbury Public Library. Patrons can purchase a reusable shopping bag for $15 and fill it with books, movies, music and puzzles for adults, teens and children. Those who are current members of the Friends, or who sign up that morning, will receive a discount of $5 off each bag. Proceeds of the book sale will benefit the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library, a nonprofit organization that exists to support library programming. The Friends of the Library accepts clean, dry and gently used books, movies, music, games and puzzles. For more information about the Friends, the Book Sale or guidelines for donations, please visit www.amesburylibrary.org/ friends. MINDFULNESS FOR KIDS Mindfulness for Kids on Saturday, April 28 from 10:30 – 11:30 AM for children ages 3-5 and their parent or caregiver. Sheryl White from Baby Kneads will lead this workshop at the Merrimac public Library in simple and fun activities to encourage mindfulness and relaxation so that everyone can see it in action. This program is designed to practice mindfulness with children while modeling how to be more aware and in the present moment. Mindfulness can help children increase their attention span, focus and concentration, improve memory, better social functioning, selfesteem, reduces stress, and can improve relationships with parents. Space is limited so stop by the children’s room or call (978)346-9441 to register your child. ZENTANGLE Saturday, April 28th 10:30 - 12:30 PM - Join artist, Revelle Taillon, as she teaches the meditative art of Zentangle. Registration is required. Contact Corinn at 978-465-5071 x 136 or cflaherty@ salisburylibrary.org ROWLEY TEA In observance of their centennial celebration, the Rowley Historical Society is hosting an Afternoon Tea on Saturday, April 28 from 1 – 3 PM at the Platts- Bradstreet House, 233 Main St., Rowley. Reservations required – Tickets available at the Town Clerk’s Office during regular business hours (978-948-2081) Tickets: $10 each or $5 for over 70 or under 10. Rowley Powley Tea background – The Rowley Powley Tea House was created in 1919 in the home of a founding member of the Rowley Historical Society for the purpose of raising funds to repair the 1677 Platts-Bradstreet House. We continue to fundraise to keep this first period house as a window to the past. In honor of the founders of the Society, and the individuals who cooked, baked, brewed and served refreshments at the Rowley Powley Tea House, we invite you to join us at the Platts-Bradstreet House for afternoon tea and a variety of delicious treats. We are proud to present Harpist Carol McIntyre who will play a variety of styles possibly including classical, Celtic, popular and folk music. Mr. McIntyre earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Arts from Stanford University and has been performing on the North shore for over twenty years. See more about Ms. McIntyre at www.carolmcintyre.org FAIRYTALE HAYRIDE Calling all princesses, dragons, and unicorns -- the first annual Fairytale Hayride is coming to Long Hill Orchard this week. The non-profit Pentucket Arts Foundation has partnered with local farmers, John and Cindy Adams, and Director Rachel McGowan and the Pentucket Regional High School Theater Department to bring this fun, family event to the community on Saturday, April 28 from 1 to 3 p.m. (Rain date: April 29). This new community arts experience is free to the public, with donations to benefit the arts gratefully accepted in the giant pickle jar located at the welcome table. SALAMANDER MEANDER For families with children 6 years and older. Learn about the life cycle of Continued on page 7 TEAM DENTISTRY R O W L E Y D E N TA L F A M I L Y C E N T E R An important part of a healthy lifestyle is the necessity of healthy and attractive teeth. Come visit our experienced dental team, and learn how we can help achieve your dental needs and goals. DOUGLAS SHEALY, D.D.S. and RicHARD SELtEnRicH, D.M.D. FREE CONSULTATIONS www.rowleyfamilydentalcenter.com Route 133, Rowley 978-948-2333 Open Every Day from Apr 1st - Nov 15th Open Fri, Sat, Sun & Holidays Nov 15th - Apr 1st F I D O F A I R Saturday, May 12 th 9 am to 2 pm Vendors Activities Dog Costume Contest Bounce House Raffle Pet Blessings Hot Dog Café Family Fun! This is a fundraiser in support of The Salvation Army’s services within the local community. BROWN’S Seabrook Lobster Pound “A New England Favorite Since 1950” Boiled Lobster * Steamed Clams Fried & Baked Seafood * Sandwiches Route 286, Seabrook Beach, NH 603-474-3331 Friendly dogs are welcome! Call Ahead Take Out Held at: The Salvation Army 40 Water St., Newburyport, MA 978 465 0883

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