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.
Win a pair of fanbox seats to see the Celtics vs Charlote Hornets on Friday, Feb. 27. Watch the game from the comfort of a suite, 2 hour early admission and more. Tickets are $10 or 3 for $25. Raffle tickets are sold at all basketball home games or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org . Drawing on Feb. 20. All proceeds support Georgetown HS sports teams and athletes. Raffle sponsored by Georgetown Royals All-Sports Boosters.
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.
Friday, February 13th - Men's Shopping Night at the Scala Art Center, 11am to 7pm. This Valentine's Day, we at the Scala Art Center provide you (lucky gentlemen) an opportunity to find the perfect Valentines Day gift to fit your special someone's taste. There will be design consultants to help you find this perfect gift. Custom orders take 1-2 weeks, please order now.
Saturday, February 14th - Kindermusik Play Date, First Congregational Church, 9:30am. For residents in Georgetown with babies and toddlers, Tyler Polston will be hosting a Valentine's Day Playdate with singing, dancing, and playing to songs about love and friendship. You can find our more by visiting the Sing-Along Music Studio's Kindermusik webpage. Just for Georgetown parents, I'm offering this event for FREE with no obligation to enroll! Caregivers should register on the website if they are intersted and enter promo code: GTOWN
Saturday, February 14th - Memoirs of a Boston Private Eye, Georgetown Peabody Library, 12pm. John DiNatale, author of The Family Business: Memoirs of a Boston Private Eye, will discuss his memoir of a multi-generational private investigation agency, founded by Phillip DiNatale, a former Boston police detective who was chosen to be one of four investigators tasked with catching the Boston Strangler. Funny, poignant, and informative, it taps into the bottomless curiosity readers and viewers have about the hidden aspects of life — both criminal and domestic. The talk will run from 12:00 to 1:00 pm in the library’s Meeting Room. Join us for a lively discussion, Q & A, and book signing. There will be light refreshments and books for sale. Registration is recommended. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come into the library to register.
Saturday, February 14th - Men's Shopping Night at the Scala Art Center, 11am to 6pm. This Valentine's Day, we at the Scala Art Center provide you (lucky gentlemen) an opportunity to find the perfect Valentines Day gift to fit your special someone's taste. There will be design consultants to help you find this perfect gift. Custom orders take 1-2 weeks, please order now.
Sunday, February 22nd - Fire Prevention Art Show at the Georgetown Peabody Library, 1:00pm to 4:00pm. This free show feature art by 6th and 8th grade students presenting fire and carbon monoxide safety information. You can download the flyer here.
Saturday, February 28th - Live & Local: The History of the Radio on the North, Georgetown Peabody Library, 11:30am. Shore Media historian Donna Halper will discuss the history of radio, focusing on the North Shore: what would people in Georgetown have listened to in radio's early days? And as time passed, who were the favorite announcers, and what were the favorite stations? Dr. Halper will also discuss why radio changed, and why some listeners believe the programs were better years ago. In addition to her talk, she will bring some rare artifacts, including old radio magazines and memorabilia from the stations you may have grown up listening to. The talk will run from 11:30 to 1:00 pm in the library’s Meeting Room. Registration is recommended. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come into the library to register.
Wednesday, March 4th - Toastmasters Open House, Holloways Bar and Grill at the Black Swan Country Club, 7:00pm to 9:00pm. free refreshments, RSVP to email@example.com. For more information on Toastmasters please go here.
Saturday, March 7th - Erie 4 Italian Supper, Erie 4, 4:30pm to 7:00pm. Pasta, Homemade Italian Meatballs, Sausage, Caesar Salad, Italian Bread, Homemade Pizzelles and Ice Cream. Tickets: $9 Adult, $7 Senior/Child (purchased at the door)