Magnolia is a small seaside village of Gloucester located on the Manchester town line. It is a community pretty much unto itself which includes its own library and neighborhood beach.
In Magnolia you will find some of the most beautiful seaside scenery in Massachusetts that is rich with large historical homes and buildings. It is here you will discover the Hammond Castle built by the inventor and modeled after a medieval castle complete with a seven story pipe organ and dungeon!
Magnolia has a shopping area that includes some retail stores and a restaurant. It also has its own beach and yacht club. Magnolia residents a truly proud of their village by the sea.
Big Time Wrestling returns to the Boston area on June 21, 2013. Matt Hardy, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Bobby Lashley, Flex Armstrong, The Delfonzo Bros and more debut in Everett! No Refunds or Exchanges, Card Subject to Change.
When: Jun 21, 2013 6 PM to Jun 21, 2013 10 PMin Everett, Massachusetts Cost: 15 - 35 USD (Fri, 21 Jun 2013 18 )
MASS MoCA Doors: 3:00pm | Show: 1:00pm All Ages $99 Early Worm 3-day pass, $50 3-day passes for childern 7 - 10, 6 and under free
Greetings. It's good to be back.
Big News: Beginning this Friday morning, Nov. 30 at 10AM EST, you can buy specially priced tickets to Solid Sound - Wilco's Music and Arts Festival set for June 21-23, 2013 at Mass MOCA in North Adams, MA.
The Wilco-curated Solid Sound Festival returns with a lineup of musicians, comedians, and visual artists and John Hodgman will star in a comedy cabaret. Friday, June 21 Wilco, The Relatives, White Denim, plus Yo La Tengo playing live to the film The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller Saturday, June 22 Wilco, Neko Case, Low, Yo La Tengo, Foxygen, The Dream Syndicate, Lucius, Mark Mulcahy, Sam Amidon plus John Hodgman's Comedy Cabaret featuring Reggie Watts, Al Madrigal and Jen Kirkman Sunday, June 23 The Blisters, Mikael Jorgensen and Greg O'Keeffe, Nels Cline and Julian Lage, Glenn Kotche's On Fillmore backing a live performance of the public radio show Radiolab, The Autumn Defense, Border Music featuring Mark Ribot and David Hidalgo, Os Mutantes and Medeski, Martin & Wood with special guests.
When: Jun 21, 2013 12 AM to Jun 23, 2013 12 AMin North Adams, Massachusetts (Fri, 21 Jun 2013 00 )
Story Pirates, Sean Rowe, Os Mutantes, Al Madrigal, Foxygen, Jen Kirkman, John Hodgman, Low Lucius, &"Border Music" featuring Marc Ribot & David Hidalgo, Mark Mulcahy Medeski, Martin & Wood with Special Guests Mikael Jorgensen, Greg O'Keeffe & Oliver Chapoy, Neko Case, Nels Cline & Julian Lage, Reggie Watts, Sam Amidon, The Autumn Defense, The Blisters, The Dream Syndicate, The Relatives, White Denim, Wilco, WNYC's Radiolab with a live soundtrack by On Fillmore, Yo La Tengo
When: Jun 21, 2013 12 AM to Jun 21, 2013 12 AMin North Adams, Massachusetts (Fri, 21 Jun 2013 00 )
If Your First Impression is Your Elevator Speech, does it Need some Polishing?
Come ready to work on one of your most important networking tools. We'll help you practice and polish your Elevator Speech. We'll introduce you to the 10 second version. And you'll actually get to do some real networking with other participants.
When: Jun 5, 2013 9 AM to Jun 5, 2013 10 AMin Natick, Massachusetts Cost: Networker 20.00
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 Student Prince 8 Fort Street Springfield, MA 01103
The New England Museum Association is hosting an informal reception at the Student Prince. Join your friends and colleagues to relax, catch up on the latest news, and mingle over drinks and light refreshments. Cash bar.
Questions? Call the NEMA office at 781-641-0013 or email us at email@example.com.
When: Jun 5, 2013 5 PM to Jun 5, 2013 6 PMin Springfield, Massachusetts Cost: Meet up of museum colleagues in Springfield, MA 0.00
Topics covered in the course will build upon the skills foundation earned by students in Bicycle Maintenance I. They include rear hub overhaul, in which students will disassemble their hubs, repack them and reassemble them; both radial and lateral wheel truing; headset overhaul, where students will gain confidence in bicycle steering systems; and front derailleur adjustments. Students will be performing the maintenance themselves, on their own bicycles, after a short instruction and demonstration. Although this is an advanced course, some bicycle types may be outside of the scope of the course.
The goal of this course is to provide students with a deeper understanding of the inner workings of their bicycle, and how to diagnose and maintain them.
Bicycle Maintenance I *No exceptions.*
Students should bring their bicycle and wear clothing they don't mind getting grease on. Covered shoes are recommended.
“Seven” as she’s commonly known, has learned her bicycle maintenance skills through a combination of Broadway Bicycle School training, and spending inordinate amounts of time around SCUL headquarters (a positive bicycle chopper gang). Seven maintains a small fleet of “normal” bicycles, has built and maintained her own custom chopper bicycles, and she likes to read bicycle repair manuals for kicks. She’s been teaching bicycle maintenance at the Asylum over the last year. Seven enjoys maintenance best when her SCUL comrades get together and ask her two or three “how do I…” questions at once. She’s also keen on hot yoga, meditation, making electronics go, and treasures playtime with friends.
Session 1: Wednesday, June 5, 7PM - 9PM
Session 2: Wednesday, June 12, 7PM - 9PM
Session 3: Wednesday, June 19, 7PM - 9PM
Session 4: Wednesday, June 26, 7PM - 9PM
REFUNDS: We offer full refunds for any class cancellations more than three days in advance of the class start date. After that point refunds are contingent upon the Asylum being able to fill the seat. No refunds whatsoever are offered for same-day cancellations. To request a refund for a class, please fill out this form.
CANCELLATIONS: Your class may be cancelled if too few people register. A decision will be made a few days before the class is scheduled to run, and you will be notified of the cancellation and your registration refunded in full.
When: Jun 5, 2013 7 PM to Jun 26, 2013 9 PMin Somerville, Massachusetts Cost: General Admission 123.39
The series continues with the return of a spectacular trio that started the whole new period of concerts in the Backroom back in October of 2011. And again, what an evening of traditional airs, songs, and spectacular dance tunes this promises to be. Mick McAuley and Win Horan are no strangers to Boston audiences. Win has been with the amazing group Solas since its inception in the mid 1990s, and Mick joined up after original accordion player John Williams left after two albums. McAuley brought the added dimension of his guitar work, singing and songwriting, and has since become one of the truly dynamic forces of the band. After studying at the New England Conservatory, Win has been at the forefront of the band from the beginning alternating between wistful air - many self penned - and wildly exuberant jigs and reels as well as sensitive song accompaniments. And Colm, the young turk, on guitar and occasionally as a singer, was recruited from Mick's home area of Kilkenny. This trio is really breaking new ground while continuing to illustrate all that has been great in their musical history. The Burren Backroom series launched in October of 2011 but has already created many memorable, intimate, informal presentations held in a truly atmospheric space which was created by well-known traditional musicians Tommy and Louise McCarthy in Davis Square, Somerville, Massachusetts. Hosted by Brian O'Donovan of A Celtic Sojourn on WGBH radio, these gatherings feature core performers from many aspects of traditional music as well as special guests, and conversations around the music. Regularly, there are "openers" artists presenting three or four pieces often in contrast to the "main" offering. This has seen some spectacular new and often unexpected talent being presented on stage. Tickets are $23 in advance, with a $5 discount for WGBH Members. If you are a member, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the code. Seating is VERY limited and these events have been selling out, so get your tickets today!
When: Jun 5, 2013 7 PM to Jun 5, 2013 9 PMin Somerville, Massachusetts Cost: 18 - 23 USD (Wed, 05 Jun 2013 19 )
There’s nothing like summer in Boston! So why not get out of the gym and enjoy the outdoors with South End Athletic Company for PUBLIC BODY. PUBLIC BODY is NOT your typical outdoor bootcamp. We don’t distract you with BS games and competitions. We simply work hard utilizing training methods that are proven, varied, tried and true. Train outside, with awesome and ridiculously motivating groups. It is the only workout of it’s kind in the South End! Build muscle, get ripped, increase endurance, shred calories, drop some F bombs, get humped by dogs while doing pushups, make your ex completely jealous, and achieve HOTNESS and AWESOMENESS! Oh, and after each workout, you’re welcome to join the group for (light!) beers at Tremont 647....you will have earned it!
OK, I'M SOLD. HOW DO I ACHIEVE HOTNESS AND AWESOMENESS?
PUBLIC BODY meets Wednesdays at 6:30 PM at South End Athletic Company and departs to various locations around the South End. Join us by purchasing sessions for the month of June!
* Each session will be different and last about one hour. Limited storage space and changing area is available at SEAC. Classes are non-refundable and space is limited. Cost does not include post workout beverages.
For more information about PUBLIC BODY, photos, events and testimonials, visit and "like" facebook.com/publicbody and facebook.com/southendathleticcompany
When: Jun 5, 2013 6 PM to Jun 26, 2013 7 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: PUBLIC BODY Summer Session One (June 5-26) 82.99
This class is intended for staff interested in learning the basic navigation of the iPad and who also want to explore the apps installed on the iPad carts in the district. We will review productivity apps, as well as creativity apps, and discuss how to integrate these apps into the classroom. Apps we will discuss:• Pages• Keynote• iMovie• MathBoard• Strip Design• And more… ALL LPSD STAFF - $0.00
When: Jun 5, 2013 3:50:00 PM in Lowell, Massachusetts Cost: $0 (Wed, 05 Jun 2013 15:50:00 )
Become part of Drumlin Farms Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program. This collaboration between our farmers and you creates a direct and mutually beneficial relationship: you know where your food comes from and receive a whole seasons worth of fr
When: Jun 5, 2013 12 PM in Lincoln, Massachusetts Cost: Adults $630.00m/ $0.00nm (Wed, 05 Jun 2013 12 )
JOIN US FOR NET IMPACT BOSTON'S SIXTH ANNUAL SPEED NETWORKING EVENT
Join us on June 4th for Net Impact Boston’s premier annual networking event for corporate social responsibility, sustainability and non-profit professionals! Speed Networking is one of our most popular events, and an annual tradition for Net Impact Chapters around the world! Our talented and diverse members are active leaders in various sectors "Where Good Works" - creating new businesses, making connections, inspiring change, and working together to make a difference. This exciting event is designed to support the mobility and success of this strong community.
The evening is organized in a round-robin “speed networking” style with attendees rotating in small groups through six VIP guests from the corporate, government, and non-profit sectors. This year’s event will include VIP guests from the following six topic areas: Social Impact Measurement, Collective Consumption, Water, Sustainable Transport, Renewable Energy, and Public/Private Partnerships. Besides honing your networking skills and making great connections, you'll also have the opportunity to mingle over light food and a cash bar will be provided.
Special VIP Guests Include:
FARRON LEVY, President and Founder of True Impact, representing the SOCIAL IMPACT MEASUREMENTtopic area.
JENNY RUSHMORE, Director of Responsible Travel for Trip Advisor, representing theCOLLECTIVE CONSUMPTION topic area.
BROOKE BARTON, Director, Water Program at Ceres, representing theWATER topic area.
BILL CONNOLLY, Director of Member Services at Zipcar, representing theSUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION topic area.
MARK WATERS, Operations Manager Energy Solutions for Vertex, representing the RENEWABLE ENERGY topic area.
JOHN FISHER, Branch Chief, Commercial Waste Reduction and Waste Planning at the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, representing the PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP topic area.
Speed Networking will begin at 5:30pm with a special VIP reception for Net Impact Boston professional chapter Lifetime Members, Advisory Council Members, and Leadership Team Members.
General Registration opens at 6pm and the Speed Networking event will commence at 6:20pm and last through 8:30pm. Open networking will be available through 9pm.
This event is open to the entire community, but Net Impact Boston professional chapter members receive a reduced price ticket. Learn more about becoming a member at http://netimpactboston.org/join/
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet many members of the Net Impact Community and our special guests. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your ticket in advance, as tickets may not be available at the door.
When: Jun 4, 2013 5 PM to Jun 4, 2013 9 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing.
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