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Page 2 May 30 - June 5, 2018 How to Submit Letters to the Editor Marc Maravalli, B.S., R.Ph. Publisher/Editor, The Town Common Letters to the Editor provide a useful way of communicating concerns, issues, or suggestions to all members of the community. The Town Common encourages all citizens to submit letters concerning issues of interest and concern to the local community. Letters selected for publication may be edited for length and clarity. Some letters may serve as a catalyst for other articles or coverage, and community leaders and agencies will be offered an opportunity to respond to letters concerning their areas of responsibility. All letters must be signed and include a daytime telephone number. Letters may be submitted to: The Editor c/o The Town Common Wethersfield St. Rowley, MA 01 or preferably via e-mail to: Mass Audubon’s Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary In Topsfield Hosts 21st Annual Audubon Nature Festival - Sunday, June 3 TOPSFIELD – Nature, animals, and local crafts will all be present at this year’s 21st annual Audubon Nature Festival at Mass Audubon’s Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield. With activities for children and adults, this year’s festival offers a great mix for all ages to enjoy the beauty of the wildlife. The Audubon Nature Festival will take place on Sunday, June 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the goal to bring nature and families closer together. The program for the day includes “Eyes on Owls” presentations featuring live birds of prey with Mark and Marcia Wilson. Enjoy naturalist-guided walks, pond explorations, a reptiles and amphibians exhibit, and an Insect Zoo. Many local vendors and crafters will be demonstrating and showcasing their work, and families can even make some crafts of their own. Our children’s activities tent is full of fun crafts, and kids will have even more fun in our Green Games Tent. Take a guided tour of our backyard bird habitat and butterfly gardens, and speak with our garden experts about planting to attract birds, butterflies, and other wildlife. Our butterfly plant sale features native plants specially selected to attract butterflies. Some activities will be running throughout the day, while others are scheduled for certain times. There will also be food, home-baked goods, Captain Dusty’s ice cream, face-painting, and our very popular raffle. Live music throughout the day. Photo provided by Sherry Pearl Marcia and Mark Wilson with a great horned owl Admission is $20 per car. Rain or shine. For more information, please visit our website for a complete schedule of activities and directions to the sanctuary. Mass Audubon protects 37,000 acres of land throughout Massachusetts, saving birds and other wildlife, and making nature accessible to all. As Massachusetts’ largest nature conservation nonprofit, we welcome more than a half million visitors a year to our wildlife sanctuaries and nature centers. Today, Mass Audubon is a nationally recognized environmental education leader, offering thousands of camp, school, and adult programs. With more than 125,000 members and supporters, we advocate on Beacon Hill and beyond, and conduct conservation research to preserve the natural heritage of our beautiful state. We welcome you to explore a nearby sanctuary, find inspiration, and get involved. Learn how at The Town Common deadline is 5pm Wednesday (except when a federal holiday necessitates an earlier deadline). The Town Common serves the communities of the Upper North Shore of Mass. & Coastal New Hampshire and welcomes your participation. Send your Organization or Group Notices, Birth or Engagement Announcements, Photos, Articles and Letters to the Editor, by mail, phone, fax, or e-mail to: 77 Wethersfield St., Rowley, MA 01969 Phone: 978-948-8696 Fax: 978-948-2564 E-mail: The Town Common Marc Maravalli, Publisher / Editor Graphic Design Services Advertising Opportunities Event and Announcement Submissions Wethersfield Street Rowley, MA 01-113 Phone: (8) 48-8 Fax: (8) 48-254 The Town Common is not responsible for typographical errors or omissions, but reprint opportunities do exist for prompt notification of such errors. Advertisers should notify The Town Common of any errors in ads on the first day of issuance. No credits &/or refunds are offered or implied. All material and content cannot be duplicated without written consent of the publisher. The right is reserved to reject, omit, or edit any copy offered for publication. Copyright 2004-2018 The Town Common © - All Rights Reserved In loving memory of Liz Ichizawa, Reporter (15 - 2005) Old Eastern Marsh Trail Open Every Day from Apr 1st - Nov 15th Open Fri, Sat, Sun & Holidays Nov 15th - Apr 1st 10am — 12pm: 12 — 2pm: 2 — 4pm: 10am to 4pm 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 1 Friedenfels Rd @ Rt. 1 Bridge Art Exhibitors Music Demonstrations Fine Crafts Food Face- painting Free Art Activities Free Balloon Artist Visit or contact, 978-463-2263 This is not a school sponsored event . This program in supported in part by grants from the Coastal Trails Coalition as well as The Salisbury & West Newbury Cultural Councils, Local agencies, and the MA Festivals grant which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Call Ahead Take Out AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL GENERAL CONTRACTORS L.L.C. 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May 30 - June 5, 2018 Page 3 Reilly Twins Are Film Fan Favorites Continued from page 1 Newton native, who created and produced the television show Glee and movies like American Horror Story and Scream Queens. The 12 films are being aired two per episode for the six shows broadcast by NESC. In the third year of the NESC contest, the Reillys competed against student filmmakers from seven other colleges: Boston University, Central Connecticut State University, which has four films in the contest, Lasell College, which has two films, Sacred Heart University, Suffolk University, Trinity College and Wellesley College. At Triton, Emily and Hannah were members of the film Continued from page 1 equally important and one that dominated Bradstreet’s life, as well as her husband’s, was how the world would perceive the new American colonies. Winthrop preached a sermon aboard the Arbella that referred to New England as a “city on a hill.” That phrase has been used by other American leaders to promote the idea that America should serve as a role model for other nations. “I think many Americans these days worry about our international reputation,” Stevick wrote. “If I’m right that Americans are carrying around the emotional baggage of a failed system and an embarrassing government, others might find this play a bit of a palliative.” Bradstreet wrote thousands of lines about history, politics, science and astronomy, but also about birthing, nursing, managing property, hosting, club. Both have won other competitions. Emily won first place for the Best Drama in the Merrimack Valley Film Festival last year. Hannah won the same prize the previous year and won awards for news stories last year. They credit Triton teacher Robert Lathrup for encouraging their interest in filmmaking. Red Sox Chairman Werner said, “I produced my first short film in college and know the hard work and tenacity needed to tell a quality story using the limited resources of a student. I’m impressed with the very diverse range of young storytellers and the passion they put into their work. I hope sports and film fans everywhere will take time to watch their work.” home schooling and merely surviving the harsh life of nascent New England. The poet was also a champion of women’s rights. Stevick wrote: “What is perhaps the most instructive is the finesse with which she stood for women’s intellect without alienating herself from her contemporary Puritans, a people not known for their tolerance of dissenting opinions.” Bradstreet was focused on the crises of her time, The “Great Migration,” the English Civil War and the execution of King Charles I. These events that transformed her writing from imitative and erudite to original and relatable, Stevick wrote. Her work reveals a gravitation from self-consciously trying to prove her worthiness in a male literary world to confident writing that is more gutsy and vulnerable. She got political in her middle age. In her last years, Falchuk said, “I enjoy connecting New England college students with the Hollywood community and helping start their careers. It’s fun working with Tom (Werner) to provide aspiring filmmakers from my hometown with feedback on their short films.” Falchuk noted that several of the student filmmakers focused on the hot topic of immigrants coming to America. That showed “a high level of social awareness that has me excited to see what these young filmmakers will do next,” he said. The twins are part of a prominent family. Their mother is attorney Nicole Reilly, and their father is Newbury Police Chief Michael Reilly. First American Poet Speaks to Us Today Sea View Retreat -Since 1954 An extended Care Community Come in for a visit and compare! 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