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Kindermusik classes

Tyler Polston, the Penn Brook Music Teacher is now a

now a licensed Kindermusik educator and will be offering Kindermusik classes coming up in the fall. You can read the flyer here.

 

Flag Football Registration

Flag Football registration is now open for kids in kindergarten through 8th grade. On-line registration is available here.

 

Toastmasters

Meets every Wednesday night from 7-8:30pm at the 1st Congressional Church on Andover St. Develop your speaking and leadership skills. Ace a job interview. Ignite your career. membership not needed to check it out.

 

CD/DVD Recycling

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.

 

Georgetownopoly

The PTA is now selling a Georgetown customized monopoly game. For information on the game and how to purchase it read the flyer here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Latest updates: September 17, 2014 - this page, pictures, organizations and calendar

 

New in our photo gallery, Links for Learning, September 11th Remembrance, Free Concert Series and Home Town Hero Presentation, Middle School Graduation, Party in the Park, and Memorial Day Parade

 

Events for the next 30 days

 

Wednesday, September 17th - Penn Brook Open-House Band Parent Meeting (Grades 4 and 5) at 6:30pm.

 

Wednesday, September 17th - The Georgetown Historical Society invites you to a special presentation, “Reading Your Old House,” in the Georgetown Library Meeting Room at 7 PM. Learn how to piece together the history of your old house as Joseph Cornish, Supervising Preservation Services Manager at Historic New England, shows where to look to track down records of your home’s history, and what the surviving physical evidence of your old house has to say about its past.

 

Friday, September 19th - Cheerletics Half Year Evaluations!, Cheerletics Royalty All Stars, 6:00pm to 8:00pm, $50.00 Evaluation Fee due at sign ups admission. Get the All Star Cheer & Tumble Training with half the time & cost! Register with Alexis@cheerletics.com or call 978-352-8088. For more information, check out www.cheerletics.com

 

Friday, September 19th - Open house at the Dunbar Hotel and Tavern (34 E. Main St.), 2:00pm to 4:00pm. You can read the flyer here.

 

Friday, September 19th - Georgetown Peabody Library Special Book Sale (Teachers and Friends of the Library Members Only), 5:00pm to 7:00pm. There will be a wide variety of hardcover and paperback books available; books will be $3 per bag.

 

Saturday, September 20th (updated) - Georgetown Peabody Library Book Sale, 9:00am to 1:00pm. There will be a wide variety of hardcover and paperback books available; prices range from 25 cents to $2. The Georgetown Peabody Library is also hosting a crafts fair outside on the lawn. Crafts for sale include jewelry, candles, crocheted goods, custom books, charm bracelets, The Lego Man, possibly a bake sale and others!  There is still room for more crafters or other businesses if anyone wants to have a table. Contact Ruth Eifert, at the library.

 

Saturday, September 20th - Open house at the Dunbar Hotel and Tavern (34 E. Main St.), 1:00pm to 3:30pm. You can read the flyer here.

 

Saturday, September 20th - The Georgetown Historical Society will be hosting an Open House at the Brocklebank Museum from 1 – 5 PM as part of Trails & Sails 2014. The museum, located at 108 East Main Street in Georgetown, houses many unique and interesting antiques and artifacts, including Georgetown’s legendary “Haunted Meal Chest,” and the original 1754 tavern sign.

 

Saturday, September 20th (New Time) - Music Parents car wash to raise money for the Disney trip, Perley, 10:00am to 1:00pm.

 

Saturday, September 20th - Camp Denison open house.

 

Sunday, September 21st - Pack 50 invites you to join us for some fun and to find out more about Scouting and Pack 50 (parents and siblings welcome). When: 3:30-6:00pm Where: Georgetown American Legion Park Join us on the 21st for some scout activities followed by a family cookout. For additional information feel free to contact Cubmaster Mike Bonia (978.781.9843) or Pack50Georgetown@gmail.com http://www.coolcubs.com/georgetown50

 

Sunday, September 21st - The Georgetown Historical Society will be hosting an Open House at the Brocklebank Museum from 1 – 5 PM as part of Trails & Sails 2014. The museum, located at 108 East Main Street in Georgetown, houses many unique and interesting antiques and artifacts, including Georgetown’s legendary “Haunted Meal Chest,” and the original 1754 tavern sign.

 

Monday, September. 22nd - Penn Brook Instrument Rental Night at 5:30pm for Beginning Band.

 

Saturday, September 27th - The Georgetown Historical Society will be hosting an Open House at the Brocklebank Museum from 1 – 5 PM. The museum, located at 108 East Main Street in Georgetown, houses many unique and interesting antiques and artifacts, including Georgetown’s legendary “Haunted Meal Chest,” and the original 1754 tavern sign.

 

Saturday, September 27th - PTA Cruise out of Newburyport - Get reacquainted and meet new people while celebrating back-to-school at this year’s cruise night. We’ll set sail aboard the Captains Lady III for a night filled with music, spirits, and fun. The boat will sail down the Merrimac river on September 27 from 7:30 - 10:30pm. Dance the night away to music by DJ Scott Jones. Enjoy complimentary finger foods and participate in a large sum 50/50 raffle. This fun night is great for a fun night out with your significant other or a ladies/guys night out. Tickets are $45 per person and are available through Rachel Neilson (raesak@verizon.net). Adults Only.

 

Sunday, September 28th - The Georgetown Historical Society will be hosting an Open House at the Brocklebank Museum from 1 – 5 PM. The museum, located at 108 East Main Street in Georgetown, houses many unique and interesting antiques and artifacts, including Georgetown’s legendary “Haunted Meal Chest,” and the original 1754 tavern sign.

 

Tuesday, September 30th - Wendy’s Journey on the Pacific Crest Trail, Georgetown Peabody Library, 6:30pm. From April to September of 2013, Wendy Johnston backpacked the entire 2,700 mile long Pacific Crest Trail from the US/Mexican Border to the US/Canadian border through California, Oregon, and Washington. Join Wendy for a slideshow of photos taken along her hike, as well as a short talk focusing on what she learned from her 5-month journey. It’s Wendy’s hope that you will leave inspired and encouraged to follow your own dreams! The talk will run from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the library's Meeting Room. Free and open to adults.

 

Wednesday, October 1st - Yoga for Teens at the Georgetown Peabody Library, 6:30pm.Join Dale Sampson as she teaches poses, breathing practices, and some meditation techniques to help you maneuver the stresses in your life.  This hour-long program is for teens in grades 6-12. Sign ups are required for the yoga session. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come in to sign up!

 

Sunday, October 5th -  Brocklebank Museum open 2 - 5 PM. See the new Early Businesses of Georgetown exhibit. Don't miss the special exhibit, Georgetown in the Civil War, now in its final season. 

 

Monday, October 6th -: Salem, 1692: Season of the Witch at the Georgetown Peabody Library, 7:00pm. The Salem witch trials of 1692 is one of the most infamous, and least-understood, episodes in American history. Rory O'Brien, author of the novel Gallows Hill, lays out the story of what happened, separating fact from fiction. Salem's licensed tour guide Rory O'Brien, author of the recently published novel, Gallows Hill (as well as four previous books on Rhode Island history) will present this fascinating and seasonally topical program, as well as have copies of his novel available to purchase afterward. The talk will run from 7:00 to 8:00 pm in the library’s meeting room. Free and open to adults.

 

Sunday, October 12th - Brocklebank Museum open 2 - 5 PM. See the new Early Businesses of Georgetown exhibit. LAST DAY to see the special exhibit, Georgetown in the Civil War. Don't miss it!