Community Stuff 2/15/13
February Vacation Programming At Maritime Gloucester
There’s still time to sign up for February school vacation programs. Our educators have designed sessions that combinecrafts and science for a fun hands-on introduction to the mysterious undersea world.
Morning sessions are designed for pre-K through 1st graders (with a parent or guardian). Afternoon drop-off sessions are designed for 2nd through 5th grade students.
All programs are $20 each for non-members, $15 for members. Sign up for all programs in a session and receive a 20% discount (one program for free!). Visit our website for program details or to register.
When: February 18-22, 2013
Where: Maritime Gloucester
23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester
Cape Ann Mosquito Forum – Health Risks and Control will be held on Thursday, March 7 from 6-8 p.m. at Cruiseport Gloucester, 6 Rowe Square, Gloucester. This program is being presented by the Cape Ann Emergency Planning Team and Boards of Health.
Panelists will include:
Catherine Brown, DVM, State Public Heath Veterinarian, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Jack A. Card, Jr., Director, Northeast Massachusetts Mosquito Control & Wetlands Management District
Dr. Esterban L. Cuebas-Incle, Entomologist, Northeast Massachusetts Mosquito Control & Wetlands Management District
Dr. Alfred DeMaria, Jr., Medical Director Bureau of Infectious Disease, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
The program will be moderated by Dr. David Driscoll, Medical Director & Chairman of the Board of Health, Town of Essex
There is no fee and pre-registration is not required. Cruiseport Gloucester is handicapped accessible with free parking.
Art Haven did an awesome little welcome poster for the DGCD that we’re hoping Main Street, businesses, orgs, residents will print out and pop in their windows or doors on that day so we’re all decorated.
Roughly from the Chamber to Gorton’s and from City Hall to Maritime Gloucester