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NECC Introduces New Business Program for Working Adults

With our strong economy, more people are working full time, which can sometimes interrupt plans for a college education. This fall, Northern Essex Community College will launch an Accelerated Business program designed especially for working adults who are short on time but want to earn a degree so they can advance in their careers. Courses…

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NECC Welcomes New VP of Institutional Advancement

A Lowell native with two decades of experience in higher education marketing, fundraising, and alumni relations has been selected as the new vice president of institutional advancement at Northern Essex Community College with campuses in Haverhill and Lawrence, MA. Allison Dolan-Wilson was most recently executive director of alumni relations for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology…

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Gentry’s Boutique

50 Water St. Newburyport, MA | Come see why they’re the hottest, newest consignment shop on the Seacoast! Look through racks of Chico’s, Talbots, BCBG, J. Crew (and more) apparel. Try on a pair of Coach or Calvin Klein shoes. Consider a Michael Kors or Burberry handbag. Want some professional help with color, fit, or…

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Multiple Office Spaces – Amesbury (CI Works Space)

12 Oakland Street, Suite 208 Dimensions: 610 sq ft. 29’ x 21’ Accommodates: 2 – 6 people 12 Oakland Street, Suite 310 Dimensions: 361 sq ft. 19’ x 19’ Accommodates: 1 – 3 people 12 Oakland Street, Suite 311 Dimensions: 664 sq. ft 29 ½’ x 22 1/2’ Accommodates: 4 – 8 people Features Include: Free Parking…

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Office – Amesbury (CI Works Space)

11 Chestnut St., Suite M 219 Dimensions: 2,261 sq. ft. Accommodates: 10 – 15 people Features Include: Free Parking Just minutes from I-495 & I-95 Conference rooms & large group meeting areas Loading dock access Internet access Utilities included Within walking distance to the rail trail and downtown restaurants and shops Email bobrien@ciworks.us or visit their…

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Grocery Cart Challenge Added to Yankee Homecoming Parade

NEWBURYPORT, MA – June 28, 2019. Pennies for Poverty has challenged the community to participate in a fun food drive as part of the Yankee Homecoming Parade on August 4th. Pennies is inviting teams to join the parade with fancifully decorated wagons, carts, or anything with wheels with the capacity to collect non-perishable food and…

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From Nepal to South Africa, Global Indigenous Art Showcased at Cultural Survival’s Newburyport Bazaar

Newburyport, MA (June 2019) – Cambridge-based non-profit organization Cultural Survival will present its second annual Indigenous arts festival once again this year in Newburyport, MA. This year’s Bazaar will feature unique pieces from more than 60 cultures including traditional Zulu beaded jewelry, Nepali masks, and Maya weavings. By uniting local shoppers and Indigenous artists from…

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Paula Estey Gallery Welcomes Artist Carol Benally and Scientist Peter Phippen for Talk on The Great Marsh

Newburyport, MA, June 25, 2019 – Artists, environmentalists and locals all agree that the North Shore’s Great Marsh, which extends from Cape Ann to New Hampshire, is a natural gem worth protecting and preserving. With more than 20,000 acres of marsh, barrier beach, tidal river, estuary, mudflat, and upland islands, the Great Marsh is the…

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Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 – 1975), String Quartet No. 6 in G Major, Opus 101

After another successful Book Salon on Tuesday, June 18th focusing on Shostakovich and the book “The Noise of Time” (by Julian Barnes), David Yang thought it would be timely to include the program note for Shostakovich’s 6th String Quartet featured on the festival this summer. I. Allegretto II. Moderato con moto III. Lento IV. Lento – Allegretto There are periods in one’s life, even decades,…

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