The Scott Libby Fireside Concert Series
The purpose of the Libby Fireside Concert Series is to create a welcoming and accessible environment that encompasses all genres of music while building cultural awareness through an interdisciplinary approach. Scott Libby was an exceptional musician and community servant. He was an integral part of the musical life of Hamilton and Wenham; therefore, this program has been named in his honor. Shows 7:30pm
All tickets on sale via Brown Paper tickets are $15.00 plus $1.52 service fee. Tickets at the door are $18.00
Henri Smith’ s Mardi Gras Dance Party
New Orleans Jazz
Saturday, March 8
New Orleans Jazz performed in the high-spirited style of the New Orleans culture. A culture of celebratory dance and music. Let The Good Times Roll!
Saturday, April 26
Scott Libby Fireside 2014 Concert Performers
Annalivia is an American ‘roots and branches’ string-band which draws from tradition and today to create their own brand of new acoustic folk music.
The Community House continues to serve the interests of our “Special Friends”, individuals with special needs, via regular socials. All events are free, with advance registration. Interested in volunteering? There are opportunities to volunteer throughout the year. Events are typically on Thursday evenings. Email email@example.com
Thursday, March 6th 6:30-8:30pm Valentine’s Day Dance
Thursday, March 20th 6:30-8:30pm Watercolor Class
Thursday, April 24th 6:30-8:30pm Spring Fling Dance
Thursday, May 22nd 6:30-8:30pm Country Western Dance
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or 978-468-4818 x10
Joanne Holbrook Patton Community Service Award
Volunteer of the Year Award
The Community House is accepting nominations to recognize and honor individuals who have exhibited extraordinary dedication
to volunteerism and/or community service.
Nomination submissions will be accepted April 1 through June 30 for the 2014 recipients.
Nominations guidelines:Joanne Holbrook Patton CS Award
6th Annual Community Block Party
June 13, 2014
All You Can Eat Buffet – Cash Bar, Children’s Rides and Activities
Come out and enjoy the company of neighbors while supporting your local community center.
June 6, 2014
Cape Ann Golf Course, Essex, MA
Rain or Shine
1:00pm Shotgun Start
All entry fees include: Green fees & cart, sign-in gifts, and a complimentary drink at cocktail reception. Golfers may register either individually or as a foursome. The proceeds are to benefit The Community House of Hamilton and Wenham, a non-profit organization. The fee is non-refundable and a portion is tax deductible.
Friday, July 4, 2014
FREE outdoor musical concerts – 5pm-7pm during the summer
Saturday, November 8, 2014
One Hundred Dollars per person and open bar. Tax deductable.
The Community House of Hamilton & Wenham cordially invites you to an evening of dining with proceeds to benefit our annual capital needs and improvements to our historic building.
$5,000 Harvest Dinner Raffle
Proceeds from this raffle support the annual maintenance needs of our historic building.
Tickets $100 each – Only 200 will be sold
Grand Prize $5,000 – 2nd – $500 – 3rd – $250 – 4th – $150
A sing along led by Brian Doser, Peter Stewart and Joe Scuderi will infuse your heart with the warmth of the holiday season. A 30 minute sing along spectacular will be followed by cookies, cocoa, and the traditional caroling and lighting ceremony at the gazebo and People’s United tree.
A Fireside Noel
Our 2013 Fireside Noel Holiday Concert featured the amazing New England Tenors accompanied by a baby grand piano, violin and drums. Christmas and festive music, along with a few sing-a-longs, delighted the audience. A standing ovation and calls for Encore, gave audience members one more magical piece. It was truly a night to remember!
Memoir Writing Workshop
Instructor Julie Batten
Ever feel like you have a story to tell but you don’t know where to start? Ever read a published memoir and think I can do that!? Well then step right up, this class is for you! With Stephen King’s ON WRITING* guiding us on our journey, you will learn to frame a story and adorn it with just the right details. You will learn to paint pictures with your words, discover the musicality and color of language, and to write with intention. You will learn that there is never only one story, but that your perspective, where you dig your heels in, defines the story that is yours.
*Stephen King’s memoir/craft book can be downloaded for free from the internet or purchased through Amazon for as little as $1.50.
Session II: March 17-April 28 (no class 4/21)
Session III: May 5-June23 (no classes 5/26 & 6/16)
Class fee: $180 per session
Adult Sewing – Beginners Class
Instructor Rhonda Galpern
This workshop is designed for newcomers to sewing to learn the FUNdamentals, both by hand and with a basic sewing machine. Skills learned will include sewing straight and curved seams, using a pattern or drafting a pattern from a basic garment as well as sewing buttonholes, decorative stitches and embellishments. Participants will decide on their project and are encouraged to bring ideas and/or patterns to the first class. After the initial class, the instructor will provide individual supply lists and a discount card for Loom and Shuttle. Class is limited to 6 students.
Session I: Jan 29, Feb 5, 12, 26, and March 5, and 12 (no class 2/19)
Session II: March, 19, 26, and April 2, 16, 30 and May 7 (no class 4/9)
Session III: May 14, 21, 28 and June 4, 11, and 18
Class fee: $135 for 6 weeks
It is only a matter of a few short minutes before it is too late to save a life … learning what to do provides you precious minutes and gives someone a chance to survive. YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE! This HEARTSAVER course, including the hands-only approach to CPR w/ AED, will be taught by instructors certified by the American Heart Association. Instructors: Regina Baker, RN and Sheryl Razney, RN.
Appropriate for ages 11 and up
Saturday, March 15 9am-1pm
Class fee: $50 includes certification card
This course will be taught by Regina Baker, RN of CPR ABC’s and Sheryl Razney, RN. The instructors are certified by the American Heart Association.
Appropriate for ages 11 and up
Saturday, April 12 9am-1pm
Class fee: $50 includes certification card
Classes are offered Monday-Thursday afternoons and Saturday mornings.
FREE 30-day trial
Certified instruction in the classical Korean martial art of Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan. Youth students aged 5-13 years old will experience the many benefits martial arts training has to offer including improved discipline, concentration and self esteem while learning an effective self-defense system which will heighten their awareness and confidence. For more information, call Jim Harwood – 978.927.6671 www.thekaratecenter.com
Classes are offered Wednesdays, 6:30pm-7:30pm
Dancing lessons in our beautiful 1920s Ballroom
Learn the basics of Latin and traditional ballroom from experienced instructor and ballroom champion, Greg Warwick. Private instruction available by appointment. Daytime, weekend appointments available
Grades 7 through adults (partners are advised)
$120 per person for 8 weeks.
For more information and to register, contact Greg Warwick at 508-932-5989 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classes take place in the beautiful Mandell room.
For more information and class schedule contact:
Laurence King at 978-526-8025 or email@example.com
Mondays 8:45am-9:45am Short Form
Tuesdays 6:30pm-7:30pm Short Form
Wednesdays 9:15am-10:15am Short Form
Saturdays 8am-9am Classical Yang Style Long Form
9am-10am Tai Chi for Beginners (Short Form)
Discounts for seniors. For more information or to register contact: Marna Badavas at 978-358-7760 or www.greatbaytaichi.com