Community Stuff 3/19/14

Fishtown is back!!!

his heaven-sent comedy takes southern charm, infuses it with a pinch of hellfire and a dollop of damnation. A timid Catholic spinster Margaret (Jessie Sorrells) politely invites door-to-door evangelist Melissa (Lauren Ashly Suchecki) into her home, much to the chagrin of her ornery sister Mary (Kristine Burke). A plan to ambush the earnest ‘guest’, with the aid of their unsuspecting parish priest (Jay DiPrima), sets the scene for a theological smackdown about religion, faith and morals. This comedy both crackles with wit and brims with emotion.

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TWO WEEKS ONLY!  

March 20, 21, 22, 23 & 27, 28, 29, 30
Thur, Fri, Sat @ 7:30 PM
Sun @ 3:00 PM.
Reservations: (978) 515-7957
Adult $18, Senior $15, Student $10   (Group Rates Available)
Directed by David McCaleb
Produced by Michael McNamara
Set Design by Ray Jenness
Lighting Design by Henry Cooper
Sound Design Bradley Royds

Starring:
Kristine Burke, Jay DiPrima, Jessie Sorrells, Lauren Ashly Suchecki

FACEBOOK – Follow us on facebook.
JOIN EVENT – Get it on your calendar: “Join” the Event.
FLYER – Help us advertise! Download and print a PDF flyer.
fishtownplayers.com – Not into facebook? All the info is on our web site.


Good afternoon Joey:

I was hoping you might be able to share information on an upcoming screening of the RACE TO NOWHERE on Good Morning Gloucester. This truly is a remarkable film for all parent and educator of children of all ages…  we really want to get the word out on it. 

To follow is the information:

RACE TO NOWHERE (PR-13), the acclaimed film about the epidemic of unhealthy academic stress among students across America, is coming to Manchester, MA!  Presented by the Manchester Memorial Elementary School, and open to the general public, it is a must see for parents and teachers of all ages along with anyone interested in learning about what’s going on in our schools and to our kids. Race to Nowhere is a film that calls us to challenge current assumptions on how to best prepare the youth of America to become healthy, bright and contributing citizens.   Join us for a screening of film about redefining success for ourselves and our families.

There will be two screenings, both at Manchester Essex Regional Essex Regional High School Auditorium, located at 36 Lincoln Street in Manchester.  Show times are Tuesday, March 25 at 5:30pm and 7:30pm.  Doors open 30 minutes before show time.  General admission is $10.  To ensure a seat, advanced registration is strongly recommenced.  For tickets and additional information, visit  http://www.racetonowhere.com/state-screenings/MA

All monies raised will go towards Manchester Memorial’s 5th grade Merrowvista Trip and this is 100% a fundraiser.

Please let me know your thoughts when you have the chance.  I have attached the flyer as well as the full write up on the event.  Our community needs as many people as possible to see this film for many, many reasons. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask me.  T

Thank you in advance for your help.

Best,

Tracy Davis 

Screening in Manchester

 


Hello Colleagues and Friends,
I am contacting you to ask a favor for my students who are in final days of the Gloucester U after school class – Save the Elephants – a study in international trafficking of poached ivory.
We are conducting a social media/email educational blitz of our friends and family to shed light on the issue of elephant poaching.  These students learned that an elephant is killed every 15 minutes and at this rate it is estimated the remaining 450,000 elephant could be extinct in less than 15 years.  They have studied the issue for nine weeks and were determined to take action.
They have created this website and we all agreed to send their website link to at least five friends so they in turn would email or post it to five more.  This is our attempt in using 21st century tools to reach out to as many people as possible.
We hope you like our website and that you will become as passionate about this cause as we all are.
http://studentsstandupforelephants.webs.com/
Please forward this to as many people as you can, so we can raise awareness.
We all thank you,
Eric Leigh and a dedicated handful of students.

Eric Leigh
Biology/Forensic Instructor
Gloucester High School

 


The Trustees of Reservations to Host

5th Annual Premier Sustainable Seaside Wedding Show

at the Elegant Great House on The Crane Estate

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Center photo courtesy Glenn Livermore Photography.

 

WHAT:          The Trustees of Reservations invites couples to be wed, event planners, and the surrounding community members to attend their fifth annual Seaside Wedding Show.  Envision your wedding day at Castle Hill on The Crane Estate, a National Historic Landmark, where simplicity meets elegance. The Grand Allée’s half-mile rolling lawn and sweeping ocean views are the perfect canvas for your celebration at The Great House – a 59-room mansion. 

The Seaside Wedding Show will feature over fifty hand selected vendors who will share their professional expertise and offer options for choosing an eco-conscious wedding.  Meet exclusive caterers who focus on sustainable, local foods, and sample their amazing culinary creations. Visit with our preferred vendors for clothing, confections, flowers, invitations, lighting, linens, music, photography, spa luxuries, table place settings, and tenting.

The Crane Estate will have professional Event Managers onsite for consultation to help create the day of your dreams. Attendees will be able to eat local, shop local, and support local businesses.

Crane Estate Awards:  the knot best of weddings 5-TIME WINNER – HALL OF FAME honoree; Wedding Wire Couple’s Choice Award 2013-2014.

WHERE:      The Great House: Castle Hill on The Crane Estate is located at 290 Argilla Road, Ipswich, MA.  For directions and or more information, please visit www.craneestate.org or call 978.356.4351 ext. 4025.

WHEN:        Sunday, April 6, 2014.  12 noon to 3pm.

HOW:           Tickets available for purchase online at www.cranteestate.org  (through April 2, 2014)

Advance online ticket:  $10.

Day-of ticket purchased at The Great House:  $15.


Rockport Senior Center

Understanding Diabetes, Tuesday March 25th at 12:30PM. This program will provide everyday lifestyle changes that can help you avoid getting the disease, or live a normal healthy life in spite of it. Sponsored by BAYADA  Home Health Care

Financial Solutions for Seniors Wednesday, March 26th at 12:30PM at the Rockport Senior Center. Come and learn what you can do today to prepare yourself for a financially secure retirement and beyond. Sponsored by Elder Insider.

FREE Arthritis Exercise Class on Thursday, March 20th at 10:30AM. Class is taught by Carol Pallazolla, an Arthritis Foundation Certified Instructor. Come check it out. 58 Broadway. Call 978-546-2573 for more information. This class is sponsored by PACE.


Hi Joey!  Look what went up outside Saltwater Massage Studio this weekend!  Check it out at 161 Main St on your next stroll.

 

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Cape Ann Theatre Collaborative Presents, LEADING LADIES, by Ken Ludwig

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April 4th – 13th
Fridays & Saturdays @ 8 pm
Sundays @ 3pm

Where: GORTON THEATRE
Home of Gloucester Stage
267 East Main Street, Gloucester
Directions
Buy Tickets On-line
Tickets: General Admission $15
Door sales – Cash/Check Only

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