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Sounds of Lynnfield

Last SEPAC meeting of the year with Rec Director Julie Mallett

The Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is hosting its last meeting of the year as the school year comes to a close. Taking heed of the upcoming summer months, Recreation Director Julie Mallett will be present to answer questions and discuss the recent changes within the Rec Department that benefit children with special needs. Specifically, Mallett will be talking about the merger of Lynnfield Community Connections with the Rec Department to foster greater inclusivity of children with special needs and make recreation programs more accessible to all. The Q&A will be an informal session. Interested parties may make their way to the School Administration Building (525 Salem St.) on May 17, where the session will be held from 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Lynnfield Library to host annual Spring Book Sale

Get your summer beach book! On Saturday, May 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Lynnfield Library will be hosting its annual Spring Book Sale. Come out to the common and spend your afternoon perusing the many books that will be available for sale. Interested parties can choose from books of all genres, including new titles as well as classics. (Held inside the Library in the event of rain).

“Humans of Lynnfield” portrait-making at the Lynnfield Library

Taking inspiration from the popular Facebook page “Humans of New York” – a collection of portraits by photographer Andrew Stanton of New Yorkers – Lynnfield will be tackling the same. Interested parties can make a portrait of someone they know in Lynnfield, accompanied by a short sentence, funny saying, or poem. Completed works will be displayed at the Townscape GeraniumFest and Kids Day event on Saturday, May 20. The Event takes place on Monday, May 15 from 6:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. All ages are welcome, no registration required.


GeraniumFest by Townscape is here!

It’s that time of year again. The popular event is back by demand and will be hosted at the Lynnfield Middle School on Saturday, May 20 from 9:00 a.m.-1 p.m. For early birds, sale of geraniums begins at 8 a.m., along with rides in Big Max, the tethered hot air balloon donated by RE/MAX Leading Edge. Weather permitting!

For those who are unaware, GeraniumFest is the primary fundraiser for Townscape Lynnfield, an organization which purchases trees to plant around town. Townscape wants you to know that this time of year is “PERFECT” for planting, so get your geraniums or perennials on May 20! Visit

The Lynnfield Library asks that you stop by its booth and say “hello” to Mr. Jonathan and Samson the Sheepdog. The Friends of the Lynnfield Library will also have books for purchase, and will be offering story times and crafts. All ages are welcome.


Kids Day!

Part of GeraniumFest, kids will also have a chance to have a little fun. This event coincides with GeraniumFest, which is being held on May 20 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Tickets are now up for sale! While there is a cost for older children, adults are free, as are children under age two. Registration fee for one child: $20; registration fee for two children in a family: $40; registration fee for three or more children in a family: $50. Preregister online and avoid the line the day of by visiting

The events list is exhaustive, and includes … (ready, set, go!) a Game Truck featuring 20 video game consoler; Laser Tag provided by Lahey Health; a Baby Animals Petting Zoo provided by Northrup Associates Realtors; a Fish Bowl Game; Gymja Warrior Ninja Training; a visit from Wally the Green Monster, provided by Marjorie Youngren Team, Century 21 Commonwealth; Pony Rides, “BIG MAX,” from 8-10 a.m. only (weather permitting), a tethered hot air balloon contributed by RE/MAX Leading Edge; two Bouncy Houses, a Dunk Tank, an Adrenaline Rush Obstacle Course for Big Kids; an Inflatable Bouncy House for Young Kids; face-painting; balloon animals; Kids’ Live Music and Movement Class and Kids’ Bootcamp, provided by The Village; Lynnfield Youth Soccer Station; kids games sponsored by Lynnfield Recreation; kids gardening, offered by the Village Garden Club of Lynnfield; Archery with Camp Eastman; Touch-A-Truck featuring the Batmobile, as well as vehicles from Lynnfield’s Police and Fire Departments; Mass Pipeline; Four Star Towing; and more! Along with … food and dessert trucks in the center of the event (Eat without setting foot outside the event!), including Roxy’s Grilled Cheese Truck and Cupcake City – these trucks will be generously donating a portion of their profits to Lynnfield Townscape as part of the fundraiser – MiniEmporium, a fashion truck with unique styles for kids; a sponsor area featuring all the local businesses that have sponsored the event in order to provide so much fun for local residents and their families to enjoy; and a vendor area featuring local community groups and artisans!

For more information, including rain date and waivers, visit or email with any questions.


Workshops for Seniors

The Lynnfield Senior Center will be hosting two events in the coming week that will help those who are visually and/or auditorily challenged. The center will be hosting the Low Vision Support Group on Monday, May 15 at 10:00. Bob McGillivray, Low Vision Specialist at Carroll Center for the Blind, will speak on adapting to your low vision. Sign up is required.

On Wednesday, May 17 at 10:00, the center will be hosting a lecture as part of the Hard of Hearing Support Group, titled “Hearing Aids: Everything you wanted to know.” Sign up with Debby.


Intergenerational fun! (with the Lynnfield Moms Group)

The Lynnfield Moms Group is teaming up with the Senior Center to host a fun and informational morning with mothers and the elderly. Crafts, songs and treats will be available. The center asks that you sign up. The meeting will be held on Friday, May 12 from 9:00 to 9:45.


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