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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
- Friday, April 21, 2017
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Stories and Stargazing on Waitt's Mount
V
iew the city and the night sky
atMalden's highest point. Mal-
den Reads will hold the second
annual event of “Sunset, Story-
telling and Stargazing on Waitt’s
Mount” on Saturday, April 29,
weather permitting. This year’s
event is co-sponsored by Ward 4
City Councillor Ryan O’Malley.
The community is invited to the
top of Waitt’s Mount Park in Mal-
den (off Leonard Street) to watch
the sunset, hear storytelling and
gaze at the stars with the help of
the North Shore Amateur Astron-
omy Club (NSAAC).
Professional storyteller Sharon
Kennedy will begin telling chil-
dren's stories at 7:30 with sun-
set occurring at 7:41 p.m. Par-
ents with young children may
onlywant to stay for the storytell-
ing portion, but are welcome to
stay longer. Stargazing will start
after twilight, around 8:45 p.m.
Several telescopes will be set up
for viewing and members of the
NSAACwill serve as guides to the
night sky.
We will also be serenaded at
twilight by the sounds of the
acoustic band, SlowBoat Home, a
local Americana band that plays a
mixture of jug, country and blues
music. Storytelling for adults
(true stories told live) is also in
theworks for later in the evening.
This year’s book selection, “A
Man Called Ove” by Fredrik Back-
man, celebrates the power of
community. Let’s get to knowour
neighbors and meet new friends
under the stars at Waitt's Mount.
Dress warm and bring a snack.
Noparkingwill be available at the
park (except for handicapped).
A shuttle service will be provid-
ed from nearby parking lots, in-
cluding the Early Learning Cen-
ter. No drugs or alcohol. In case of
inclement weather (or skies that
are too cloudy for viewing), an al-
ternative datewill be announced.
For complete details and impor-
tant information, go to
malden-
reads.org
and click on "Stargaz-
ing" under "Events."
This event is sponsored in part
by a grant from the Malden Cul-
tural Council, a local agency, fund-
ed through theMassachusetts Cul-
tural Council, a state agency
Expanding on the theme of the importance of neigh-
bors for this year's Malden Reads book selection, local
artists Greg Cook and Kari Percival led a Crafts Work-
shop for kids at the Malden Public Library. The theme
was "Thank You Nature Neighbors" and children drew
images of their local nature friends and wrote reasons
they were grateful to squirrels, trees, flowers and so
forth. Their creations are on display in the window of
MATV, Malden's Media Center, at 145 Pleasant Street.
~Malden Reads~
1.
The lady’s slipper belongs to
what flower family?
2.
In computerese, what does
MIME mean?
3.
On April 21, 1790, in
Philadelphia, whose funeral
did 20,000 people attend?
4.
In tennis, what word means
zero?
5.
In the 1933 “Alice in
Wonderland” movie, who
plays Humpty Dumpty?
6.
In ancient mythology, who did
Echo love? (Hint: a flower)
7.
“Breaking Away” is a movie
about what sport?
8.
On April 21, 1828, who
published the largest English
language dictionary of its
time?
9.
In music, what does the
abbreviation “ST” mean?
10. Where is the Nobel Museum?
11. In spring, what flower is
widely celebrated in Japan?
12. In “The Autocrat of the
Breakfast-Table,” who said,
“Boston State-house is the
hub of the solar system”?
13. What European city’s subway
is called the Tube?
14. On April 22, 1972, what
holiday was created?
15. What New York baseball great
said, “The future ain’t what it
used to be”?
16. On April 23, 1981, what first in
burn treatment happened at
Mass. General Hospital?
17. Which country has won the
most Oscars for Best Foreign
Language Film?
18. On April 25, 1859, what canal
had its ground-breaking?
19. Which president was the first
U.S. breeder of roses?
20. In Shakespeare’s “A
Midsummer Night’s Dream,”
what was Robin Goodfellow
also called?
Answers on page 18
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