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Cutural Council Grants

Call for Local Cultural Grants Deadline October 17, 2016 Georgetown Cultural Council is accepting grants for the up and coming year in Arts -performing, visual, media, folk and design, Humanities That foster human values and aspirations, thought and culture, language and creativity and literature and Interpetive sciences, nature and technology. Individuals, groups and non-profits are encouraged to apply. Information on the GLCC site: or Massachusetts Cultural Council:


Donohoe Road Race Registration

The 10th Annual Mike Donohoe 5K Run/Walk for Melanoma will be held October 2nd. More information and registration is available here.


PTA Holiday Fair Applications

Now accepting applications for The annual Georgetown Holiday Fair Saturday, November 5, 2016   9-2. At PennBrook School.  Contact Heidi Begin at


Shop for a Cause

Did you know that you can make a free donation to the charity of your choice every time you shop at Amazon? Amazon has something called the Smile Program and if you sign up every time you shop Amazon makes a donation to the charity of your choice at Amazon’s expense. Their list of charities includes every charity registered with the IRS. The one issue you need to be aware of is the charity you pick has to have set themselves up with Amazon or the money goes into an account on hold until the charity signs up with them. I have already worked through this issue with the Georgetown Education Foundation (Georgetown Public Education Foundation Inc). You can read about the program here.














Latest updates: September 26, 2016 - home page and calendar


New in pictures, High School Football, Party in the Park, Spring Vocal Recital, Goobye Reception for Anthony Messina, Prom Grand March, Middle and High School Concert and Jazz Band Concert


Have you liked our new Facebook page:


We have a new YouTube channel for our videos:


We now offer prints of our photographs, you can read the flyer here.


Events for September and October


Tuesday, September 27th - Floral Design Workshop, 6:30pm at the Library. Come learn how to care for and arrange supermarket flowers and to how to utilize different types of containers for them. Patti Prior will also share some tips and tricks with fresh flowers. All the flowers will be raffled off to the attendees of the workshop. Please call the library (978-352-5728) to register or register online at


October 2016


Sunday, October 2nd - Mike Donohoe Memorial 5K Run/Walk Against Melanoma. 11:30am kids k, noon race starting at the Perley School. For more information please go here.


Monday, October 3rd (new date) - Interview Prep Workshop, 7pm at the Library. Join Tom Falzareno as you learn effective strategies so that you will be prepared to make a great first impression, answer the hard-hitting questions effectively, and always stay in the running through the application and interview process. This workshop is beneficial for those applying for jobs or college. There will also be a short discussion on resume writing. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or register online at


Wednesday, October 5th - Dating Early Homes in Essex County, 5pm to 7pm at the library. Join John Cole, “The Old House Whisperer”, as he points out the telltale “sign posts” in discovering the true age of early homes in Essex County as seen from the exterior. He will also reveal the surprise of where most original rare elements of these dwellings are located. John will be focusing on several historical homes in Georgetown, added just for this special lecture. Please call the library (978-352-5728) to register or register online at


Saturday, October 8th - Georgetown Fire Department Open House, 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Central Fire Station, 47 Central Street. You can read teh details here.


Wednesday, October 12th - Fall Fresh Flower Arrangement, 6:30pm at Nunan's. We will make a beautiful Fall Arrangement for your table, or for you to give as a gift to a friend using a selection of fresh flowers. This will be a fun evening of creativity resulting in your own floral design for your table. The supply fee is $35.00 and please call to register at 1-978-352-8172


Tuesday, October 18th - Special Needs Planning, 6:30pm at the library. Join Brendan Harty, Financial Services Professional with New York Life Insurance Company and Caleb Harty, Financial Planner with Eagle Strategies LCC, at this presentation where they will go over: · Maximizing government benefits · Preserving government benefits via estate planning techniques · Financial planning (creating a long term budget for child, how to efficiently fund special needs trust) · ABLE Act and more. Please call the library (978-352-5728) to register or register online at


Wednesday, October 19th - Scott Ouellette Concert, 7pm at the library. Scott Ouellette will be at the library to perform a solo guitarist concert. Scott Ouellette is a former Georgetown resident and a self-taught classical/solo guitarist. Stop by to enjoy this free concert!


Friday, October 21st - Fall Fair at the First Congregational Chruch, 10:00am to 5:00pm. You can read the flyer here and description here.


Saturday, October 22nd - Fall Fair at the First Congregational Chruch, 8:00am to 3:00pm. You can read the flyer here and description here.


Saturday, October 22nd - First Ever Nunan’s Challenge Cup, 6:00pm. The top 18 scores on our leaderboard will receive an invitation to play for the Nunan’s Challenge Cup Championship. The top 3 finishes will earn a trophy and a free ice cream. First place finish will have their name engraved on a large Nunan’s Challenge Cup trophy and they will receive their own trophy and a Nunan’s champion sundae. The deadline for becoming one of the top 18 players is October 8th.


Tuesday, October 25th - Crime Lab Case Files, 6:30pm at the library. Join Paul Zambella as he discusses some of the most infamous cases in which he was involved as a forensic scientist at the Massachusetts State Police Crime Lab. Focus of the program is on the forensic evidence and how it provided information which was instrumental in assisting prosecutors to secure the conviction of each suspect. Due to the nature of the subject matter, this presentation is recommended for people of high school age and older. Please register online at or call the Library (978-352-5728).


Saturday, October 29th - the Horribles Parade (Sunday, October 30th rain date), starts at the high school at 2pm and marches to American Legion Park for food, music and fun.


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