June 29th- July 2nd. 8:00-4:00 at Perley Elementary School. Summer week long program for rising 1st-6th graders. National Inventors Hall of Fame Program coming to Perley. To secure a spot log onto www.campinvention.org 6th-9th graders can be CIT's log onto the above website. High Schoolers looking for volunteer hours can contact Heidi Begin (camp director) firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Perley Holiday Fiar, Saturday November 21st 9-3, is now accepting applications. You can contact Heidi Begin ( fair coordinator) at email@example.com for an application. Closed categories: jewelry, candles and natural beauty products. In need of jams and hot sauces!
Georgetown Girl Scout Troop #60017 is offering babysitting
services! Children must be potty trained and ages 4 and up.
Snacks, beverages and activities will be provided. All
babysitters are 13 -14 years old and certified in American
Academy of Pediatrics Babysitter Lessons and Safety
Training Course (BLAST!) There will be two adults on the
premises. Proceeds to benefit troop's upcoming trip to NYC!
Space is limited, so call to reserve your spot today. You can read the flyer here..
Parks and Rec is looking for volunteers to help rebuild the playground at American Legion Park. You can download the flyer here.
After 20 years of summer concerts, the Cultural Council has decided to suspend the concert series for 2015 for a number of reasons. For the past 6 years, the effort to raise money, find and book bands, and staff the events has grown increasingly demanding. In addition this year, personal priorities have severely reduced the committee members’ ability to carry on with their responsibilities. We are looking forward to renewing the series in 2016. Until then, thank you for your support and understanding.
Purchase or rent unique Prom Fashion Jewelry by local Artists. Jewelry Designer Lisa Scala's fashion collection consists of superb and unparalleled pieces that guarantees you will shine on such a special night. Marie Pabisz Statement Necklaces will wow them. The rental price will be 30% of the original price, no rental for pieces under $35.
July 13-17; July 20-24, 9am – 3pm Daily: Yoga, Movie Making, Jewelry and Wire Sculpture, Mixed Media Art, Printmaking/Collage, and Digital Photography Art. ($375. per session per child ask for sibling discounts and $475. with Friendship Connection per week per child ask for sibling discounts) 28 W. Main St.
Develop your speaking and leadership skills! Tri-Village Toastmasters meets on the second and fourth Wednesday nights of each month from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at Holloway's Bar & Grille at the Black Swan Country Club (258 Andover Street, Georgetown). Guests are always welcome! There is no cost to attend a meeting, and no signup or registration is necessary. Visit our website to learn more: http://trivillage.toastmastersclubs.org.
The Georgetown Girl Scouts are recycling CDs and DVDs. You can bring them to the Georgetown Peabody Library and place them in the green collection boxes. You can read about why recycling CDs and DVDs is important here.
Wednesday, May 27th - Women of Smoke and Fire - As our country concludes its commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, the Georgetown Historical Society invites you to attend a talk by Faith Johnson on some of the forgotten heroes of the post-Civil War period. Faith will tell the fascinating stories of Esther Douglas, Mary Peake and Mary Phillips, three courageous women, members of the American Missionary Association, who traveled south after the Emancipation Proclamation to establish schools and teach the recently freed slaves. This FREE special event will be held at 7 PM in the Georgetown Library Meeting Room.
Friday, May 29th - Jewelry Workshop: Polymer Clay Beads Georgetown Peabody Library, 2 Maple St. 1:30pm. In this hands-on workshop with artist Sandra Golbert participants will learn: to prepare polymer clay and modeling techniques like marbling, stacking, and millefleur to create one of-a-kind beads for necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. This free program is open to teens and adults. All materials and tools included. Space is limited. Pre-registration is strongly suggested. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come in to sign up.
Saturday, May 30th - Intro to Pruning Georgetown Peabody Library, 2 Maple St.at 10:00am. It’s time to prune those overgrown trees and shrubs in your garden that you have been eyeing for months! In this pruning primer you will learn about pruning objectives, appropriate tools and personal protective gear, pruning techniques, timing, and where to seek additional resources. This 2-hour program consists of an indoor slide presentation followed by an interactive outdoor demonstration. Free presentation! Pre-registration is appreciated, but not required. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come in to sign up.
Monday, June 1st - Essential Oils Georgetown Peabody Library, 2 Maple St. at 6:30pm. Join Michelle Couris as she explores ways to use essential oils and why CPTG is so important. Why use them? How effective are they against viruses and bacteria? Can they help with headaches? Insomnia? Colds? Allergies? Digestive issues? Bring a friend. All attendees names will be entered for a prize! Free presentation! Pre-registration is appreciated, but not required. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come in to sign up.
Saturday, June 6th - HS Graduation
Friday, June 12th - Babysitter Lessons and Safety Training by SUMMIT First Aid and CPR Training, Erie 4 Fire Station, 5pm to 9pm. Cost is $50 per student. You can read the brochure here.