Community Stuff 1/22/14
Would you please POST the following:
Due to the snowstorm, Open House at Eastern Point Day School scheduled for Wednesday, January 22nd, has been POSTPONED until Monday, January 27th, 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
As always, thank you fro your help and support,
Eastern Point Day School Open House on Monday, January 27th from 9:30 am –11:30 am
New Lower Tuition = More School Choice
Interested parents, guardians and their children are invited to visit Eastern Point Day School on Monday, January 27, from 9:30 to 11:30 am to meet the dedicated faculty and students that make Eastern Point Day School a unique and enriching community for children to thrive.
Eastern Point Day School is an independent school, Pre-K to 8th grade, focused on thematic teaching with an emphasis on curriculum integration and academic excellence, delivered in a nurturing, creative, and dynamic environment. Tuition rates have been reduced to support EPDS’s mission to provide an exceptional education to our Cape Ann communities.
EPDS offers rolling admission, options to augment homeschool learning, scholarships and financial aid. For more information, please visitwww.easternpointdayschool.org or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Translucence at Flatrocks Gallery Jan 24-Feb 25
Winter is the season of brittle fragility. Ice crystals from overnight storms shatter morning sunlight as it passes through trees. Ponds freeze over and we walk across them looking down at worlds mysteriously layered, as light strains to pass through.
In the same way that winter ice alters the sensation of seeing, so glass is a universal tool for looking. “In the end,” says artist Josiah McElheny, ” it’s not the glass that’s important, it’s what you see through it.”
The idea for this show began with a fascination for the simultaneous depth and transparancy of ice. Its ability to reflect and to create introspection at the same time is a window into the mysteries of the world of ice and snow.
We searched out work that embodied these qualities. Megan Mowins, a Gloucester native now working at Diablo Glass in Boston, has brought to us a group of highly dedicated glass artists; Chris Watts, Keith Cerone, Matthew Cronin, Evan Voelbel, Aron Leaman and Toby Helene Walters. They exhibit the many disciplines of glass.
On our walls are Debbie Clark’s works on glass layered with paint, pen , gold and silver leaf, Judy Robinson-Cox’s black & white photos, Linda Cordner encaustics and Otto Laske’s digital photography. Along with a special collection of Beth Williams jewelry to dazzle!
Translucence runs from Jan. 24 through Feb.25. There will be an opening reception on Sat. Jan. 25 from 6-8pm. On Sat. Feb.15 there will be an artist talk at 4pm. Winter hours at the gallery will be Friday-Sunday 12-5 and by appointment..
Cynthia Roth and Anne Marie Crotty, owners
Please join us this Saturday, Jan 25, at 7 pm as we host Peter Krasinski in his 11th appearance accompanying silent movies.
Come see the fun when theatre going was crafted for an individual audience and the audience responded with enthusiasm.
Organist Peter Krasinski will deliver an accompaniment that will make these films unforgettable.
Then we will screen the 1921 feature: THE NUT starring Douglas Fairbanks (not JR!) and Marguerite de la Motte. An eccentric inventor tries to interest wealthy investors in his girlfriend’s plan to help children from poor neighborhoods.
Come young, come old, this is fun for the whole family. The program starts at 7 pm, but we’ll feature classic Warner Bros. Cartoons from 6 pm on. FREE POPCORN!
Tickets at the door: $15/$10 seniors and students. 978.283.1708
Come experience a bygone era that will come alive for you. Peter Krasinski accompanies movies around the world and will delight you.