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"Holiday Harmony" Coffee House

Holiday Harmony Poster

On Sunday evening, December 4th, Building Bridges Through Music, Inc., will present a Coffee House, celebrating Christmas and other holidays of the season with an evening of Gospel, Jazz and Blues, at the Lynn Arts Center, on 25 Exchange Street, in Lynn.

The theme of this Coffee House is “Holiday Harmony.” Performers during the evening’s festivities will be BBTMusic’s Follow Hymn Interfaith Choir and friends, Eric Finland, John DiTomaso and Dave ”Cody” Morse.

Youth Outreach members will be collecting the hats, scarves, gloves/mittens & socks for local shelters for their community service project, “The Gift of Warmth”.

The program begins at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 coffee, other drinks and homemade baked goods will be available to purchase.

Seating is limited. The cost of each ticket is $12 in advance and $14 at the door. To insure that you get a ticket for this event, please call Ginny Makkers, at 781-962-0022 or Doreen Murray, at 781-479-832, for reservations and more information. 

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The Fantastic Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor

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Classic tales of the Arabian Nights are given a traditional panto send-up in North Shore Community College's (NSCC) Performing Arts Council's The Fantastic Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor, A Winter Panto*mime, a rousing, awe-inspiring adventure that will warm adventurers of every age.

Performances will be held at The Neal Rantoul Vault Theatre, at Lynn Arts, Inc., 25 Exchange St., Lynn on December 1, 2, and 3 at 7 p.m., and also on December 3 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $7 general admission, $5 for students and seniors (with ID). Children 10 and under are free.

Join Sinbad and his merry crew of misfits as they set out to find the wonderful Pearl of Possibilities and free the Princess from the curse of an evil Sorceress! "Forget what you think you know about pantomime for you will find none of it in this traditional Victorian 'Panto'," NSCC Performing Arts Coordinator Matthew Woods explains. "Instead you will discover a topsy-turvy world where the Principal Boy is played by a girl, the Grand Dame is really a man, animals can dance, bad puns and witty word-play are the order of the day, and, at the center of the spectacle -- the most important element of all -- the battle of good versus evil is played out against a fairy tale backdrop."

The Fantastic Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor is written and directed by Woods and features a cast of NSCC students, faculty and alumni. Costumes are designed by Cotton Talbot Minkin.

For more information or to reserve tickets in advance, please contact Woods at matwoods@northshore.edu or call 781-593-6722, x6228  

The American Led Zeppelin

Get the LED Out

Come to the Lynn Auditorium (3 City Hall Square, Lynn) this Friday night and see the American Led Zeppelin. Doors open at 7pm.

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Holiday in the Square

Holiday in the Square Flyer

Join Lynn Art's for their "Holiday in the Square" on Thursday, December 1st from 5-8pm at Lynn Arts (25 Exchange St., Lynn). Start your season off right: Santa, candy stockings for kids, wreath raffle, tree lighting, shopping at the Fabulous Holiday Sale, and Christmas carols with the Downtown DJ! For more info visit www.lynnarts.org or call 781.598.5244.

World AIDS Day 2011

Join the City of Lynn on December 1st to commemorate World AIDS Day. The event begins at 5pm at Lynn City Hall (3 City Hall Square, Lynn) and ends at 8:30pm at the Lynn Museum (590 Washington St., Lynn). The event includes a Human Ribbon, March Downtown, Candelight Vigil, and Reception. Questions? Contact Juan Carlos at 781.581.9270.

Youth Workers Summit

The North Shore Youth Workers’ Summit is for adults who work with and supervise middle-school and high-school aged youth (including volunteers). The goal of this event is to increase knowledge of best practices and build relationships among youth workers.  Participants will be able to meet other youth workers from the MA North Shore, articulate the youth development approach, identify best practices for youth engagement, and share challenges and successes with other youth workers.

 

Join Health Resources in Action’s BEST Initiative in collaboration with youth worker Harry Schnur from the Lynn Community Health Center and the Greater Lynn YMCA for a morning of learning and sharing about the challenges, skills and best practices of being a youth worker. The day will begin with breakfast and a chance to meet other youth workers from the North Shore. Then workshops will be provided focusing on youth development approaches and youth engagement. Finally, the event will end with lunch and a networking session about the issues that face youth workers every day. You will also learn about continued opportunities for professional development. Come catch up with youth workers you already know and meet new ones too! 

 

Pre-registration is required. http://www.youthworkcentral.org/Northshore.html

Questions about the content or registration? Email hschnur@lchcnet.org.

 

*All youth workers are welcome to apply. In the event that registration is full, priority will be given to those who work in the North Shore area.

Wearable Art's Fashion Night Out

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Come to the Lynn Museum, located at 590 Washtington St. in Lynn on Wednesday, November 30th at 6pm! Enjoy a casual night out of fashion and fun as we host an informal fashion show presented by Infinity Boutique and Jos A. Bank of Swampscott. Enjoy wine, cheese, holiday fashions and an opportunity to shop locally and support local vendors. $20 donation to support educational programs at the Museum.

CAEP Coat Drive

Coat

Thank you all for your positive responses and interest in the Coat Drive for Lynn Shelter! Here's another great opportunity:

The College Application Education Project, Inc. is collecting male and female youth and adult size coats for the middle and high school students they serve. Drop off coats at 4 Adams Street Ext., Lynn Ma or 270 Union Street, Lynn Ma. Drive starts Nov. 25 and ends Dec. 15.

Click here to learn more about CAEP.

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