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Discounted Celtics Ticket

The Georgetown Music Parents are offering discounted Celtics tickets. You can download the order form here.

 

Row by Row Post Card Party Swap

"Quilters' Quarters is the ONLY SHOP in Massachusetts participating in the Row by Row Post Card Party Swap, and the January 15 deadline is approaching. QQ will host needle-workers who would like to complete a $5.00 post card in-house on Wednesday through Saturdays, 11 am - 7 pm January 2 - 15, 2015. Bring your own fabric or use some of ours, and sew on our 1947 Featherweight! Quilters' Quarters, 59 North Street, Georgetown - just two doors north of Perley School. For more information, visit: here
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PTA Casino Night Looking For Donations

The PTA Casino Night is soliciting donations and sponsorships. The form is available here.

 

Georgetown Baseball

Georgetown Baseball Registration is now open for 2015 here.

 

Back by popular demand - The Georgetown Baseball Disney Raffle! **New this year, you can purchase Disney Raffle Tickets as part of the registration process: • $50 for each raffle ticket – No more than 300 tickets total will be sold - Great chance to win! • Grand prize is a $5,000 Disney World vacation in conjunction with Small World Vacations • Winner has the option for a $3,000 cash payout if they choose • Registration only special. Get 2 Disney tickets for $90.00.

 

Finally....only 20 spots remain for Winter Baseball Training! Registration will close as soon as the final spots are sold. If you are interested in this great deal, please register as soon as possible to secure your spot.

 

Toastmasters (Updated)

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.

 

Toastmasters will NOT be meeting on November 26 (Thanksgiving) or December 24 (Christmas). We will return to our regular schedule in January. Updates will be posted on our website

 

Teen Open Studios

The Scala Art Center has created teen open studios. Starting October 2014! Fridays 2:30- 5:00pm Saturdays 11:30-4:00pm. We want to creates an environment where local teen artists can have use of an art studio also to have positive role models and inspiration around them. The teens can work together on collaborative projects plus an assortment of their own individual art projects . It also allows the students to get their work displayed and noticed. We here at Scala Art Center want the local teens to have a chance to express their inner artist. We will supply the space, inspiration and some of the art supplies. They supply the creative energy! You can read the flyer here.

 

New Music Store Supports Our Schools - closed for walk in business

Clemenzi Music is a new music store in town and they donate 10% of any profits on merchandise sales to the Georgetown School System.

 

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: January 26, 2015 - home page and calendar

 

New in pictures, Sheep Pebble Land Rush, 2014 The Year In Pictures, GMHS Jazz and Concert Band Concert, Merrimac Santa Parade with GMHS Marching Band, Santa Tours Georgetown, and High School Chorus Concert

 

See our Calendar page for events all the way out through November!

 

Events for the next 30 days

 

Wednesday, January 28th - Digital Life: Gizmos & Gadgets at the Georgetown Peabody Library, 6:30pm. You’ve probably heard about a whole score of new gadgets out on the market, but how would you like to have a chance to play with them and test them out in real life?! Join Dr. Ethel Schuster as she presents a set of gadgets that include original netbooks, pens to scan text for note-taking, and more. She hopes to create an awareness of the need for skills in technology across all career fields and to encourage everyone to become comfortable with technology. The talk will run from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the library's Meeting Room. Registration is required for this program. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come in to register.

 

Wednesday, January 28th - Open House/Tour, Pentucket Workshop Preschool, 161 W. Main St., Georgetown, 6:00pm to 7:30pm, free admission. Registration for Sept 2015 preschool/readiness has begun. Please attend an Open House or call for a tour 978-352-2398. See our website at www.pentucketworkshoppreschool.org

 

Friday, January 30th - PTA Casino Night, Black Swan Country Club, 7:00pm to midnight. Come support our schools and enjoy a fun evening of gambling Vegas-style with Blackjack Tables, Roulette, Dice Wheel, Great Raffle Items, and more!, music by DJ Scott Jones. Tickets are $20. You can download the flyer and ticket order form here.

 

Sunday, February 1st - The First Congregational Church Youth Group will be taking orders for ham, turkey & Italian subs. The subs can be picked up at the church or upon request can delivered to your door in time for kickoff!! You can veiew or download the flyer here or the order form here.

 

Wednesday, February 4th - Special Education Law Boot Camp by Shelby Walker, Penn Brook Library, 7:00pm to 8:30pm. This seminar will focus on the basics of both state and federal special education law. Additional practice points on the do’s and don’ts of negotiation, tips and strategies for how to be an effective advocate for your child while building trust and respect. We will also cover the “W’s” of Advocacy: When should I begin advocating for my child? What laws should I become familiar with? What else do I need in order to be an effective advocate?

 

Thursday, February 5th - GMHS Musical, Curtains, GMHS Auditorium, 7:00pm, $8 for students and senior citizens, $12 for adults. You can order tickeets on-line here..

 

Friday, February 6th - GMHS Musical, GMHS Auditorium, 7:00pm, $8 for students and senior citizens, $12 for adults. You can order tickeets on-line here..

 

Friday, February 6th - Penn Brook dance to raise money for the fifth grade celebration, Penn Brook gym, 6:30pm to 8:30pm, $3.00 per student. Face painting, raffles, music and light show by DJ Scott Jones.

 

Friday, February 6th - Comedy Night at the black Swan to support A Prom to Remember Boston. This is a non-profit organization which provides the ultimate prom experience to teens battling cancer (at no cost to them).  This year's prom will be held on June 21st at The Ritz Carlton in Boston and will be funded strictly by donations.

In addition to tech show, there will be a 50/50 Raffle and light refreshments. You can download the flyer here.

 

Saturday, February 7th - Open House/Tour, Pentucket Workshop Preschool, 161 W. Main St., Georgetown, 9:30am to 11:00am, free admission. Registration for Sept 2015 preschool/readiness has begun. Please attend an Open House or call for a tour 978-352-2398. See our website at www.pentucketworkshoppreschool.org

 

Saturday, February 7th - GMHS Musical, GMHS Auditorium, 7:00pm, $8 for students and senior citizens, $12 for adults. You can order tickeets on-line 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 - 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.