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THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE
– Friday, April 21, 2017
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Friday, April 21 @ 8 PM
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Saturday, April 22 @ 8 PM
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221 Newbury Street, Danvers
For Tickets call (978) 774-7270
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IN THE MUSIC HALL
Saturday, April 29 - 9 PM
FORTUNE
In The Tavern
Musical BINGO - 9 PM
IN THE MUSIC HALL
Friday, April 28 - 9 PM
11th HOUR BAND
In The Tavern
KARAOKE W/ KIMBA - 9 PM
Every Tuesday: Open Mic hosted by Brian Maes
Bring in your instrument or vocal talents
& performwith Brian and his Band!
Every Wednesday
CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT
In The Tavern
Every Wednesday
COUNTRY LINE DANCINGWITHMICHELLE JACKSON
THE NORTH SHORE'S ENTERTAINMENT HOT SPOT!
Reserve one of our beautiful
function halls, outdoor patio or
music hall for your special
occasion or exclusive event.
Call 978-774-7270
IN THE MUSIC HALL
Friday, April 21 - 9 PM
MOJO SLIM
In The Tavern
KARAOKE W/ KIMBA - 9 PM
In The Tavern
MUSICAL BINGO - 7 PM
IN THE MUSIC HALL
Saturday, April 22 - 9 PM
3 BAND NIGHT
featuring:
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Member FDIC / Member SIF Equal Housing Lender NMLS #406738
es), composting, or planting a
tree, each of us can participate
in Earth day in our own special
way. Something as simple as
shutting of the lights when you
leave a room can make a huge
difference,”Panetta said.
“Education is key. The more
peopleknowthemanyenviron-
mental issues that plague our
Earth, the more people will be
inclined to be environmental-
ly friendly. A healthier environ-
mentmeans less disease and ill-
ness, which is something every-
body wants,”she said.
There are two ways Saugo-
nians can celebrate Earth Day
tomorrow (Saturday, April 22).
Join the Saugus River Water-
shed Council, Bike to the Sea,
and the Massachusetts Depart-
ment of Conservation and Rec-
reation for a cleanup project
along the Saugus River in Lynn
and Saugus on from 9:00 a.m.
to Noon.
Participate in a Paper Shred-
ding Event from 8:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m., at the Department
of Public Works at 515 Main
Street. It’s a chance to get rid
of personal paper documents
thatmight beclutteringupyour
home,whiledoingsomethingto
help the environment.
Cleaning up along the
river
Volunteers are invited to join
the work party at several lo-
cations -- cleaning up Marsh-
view Park in Lynn, areas along
the bike trail in Saugus, and the
banks of the Saugus River in
both Lynn and Saugus.
Gloves, bags, tools, coffee, do-
nuts, andwaterwill beprovided.
Volunteersarebeingencouraged
tobringgardeningtoolsandrub-
ber boots if they have them. All
arewelcome – no RSVP needed.
“MarshviewParkactsasan im-
portant gateway between Lynn
and Saugus and provides beau-
tiful views of the Saugus River,”
said Joan LeBlanc Executive Di-
rectorof theSaugusRiverWater-
shed Council.
“Students lookingfor commu-
nity service hours are encour-
aged to help out on Saturday,”
said LeBlanc.
“We filled a 20 yard dump-
ster plus a truck load with de-
bris from around the river,” she
recalled of last year’s Saugus/
Lynn cleanup.
The items included plastic
bottles, tires, shoppingcart, con-
struction debris, plastic bags,
wrappers and other trash, ac-
cording to LeBlanc.
Clay Larson, Project Manag-
er for Bike to the Sea, calls the
Saugus section of the Northern
Strand trail“oneof themost sce-
nic in the region.”
“Bike to the Sea looks forward
to partnering with the Saugus
River Watershed Council and
theDepartmentofConservation
and Recreation to clean up and
improve this important public
resource,”Larson said.
Directions: Volunteers will
meet at Marshview Park adja-
cent to theSaugus River onBos-
tonStreet inLynn, directlyacross
the street fromO’Briens on Bos-
tonStreet inLynnandacross the
river from Spud’s Restaurant on
Lincoln Avenue in Saugus.
The Saugus River Watershed
Council is a 501 (c) 3 non-prof-
it organization founded in 1991
to protect and restore the natu-
ral resources of the Saugus Riv-
erwatershed. Bike totheSeahas
beenworking since1993 to cre-
ate a car-free path to the beach-
es in Revere, Lynn and Nahant.
Cutting up the paper
The Town of Saugus, in con-
junctionwithNorthShoreBank,
is holding a free Paper Shred-
ding Event to celebrate Earth
Day
Saugus residents will be able
to properly dispose of sensi-
tive documents, such as taxes,
bank records, pay stubs, utili-
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