ANDOVER — Do you’ve got a particular recipe you want to contribute to a particular cookbook?
The Buddies of the Memorial Corridor Library have been gathering recipes for a cookbook to be printed this fall.
Full of recipes from townspeople and others, it is going to be printed as a particular version for the 375th anniversary of Andover.
The sale of the e-book shall be a part of the group’s fundraising effort since regular e-book gross sales — the Buddies’ largest fundraiser — have been suspended in the course of the pandemic.
Newburyport Financial institution donates $2,000 to Alternative Works therapeutic backyard
HAVERHILL — Newburyport Financial institution not too long ago donated $2,000 to Alternative Works for his or her Therapeutic & Therapeutic Backyard in Newburyport. With services in Newburyport and Haverhill, Alternative Works is a non-public, not-for-profit company serving greater than 300 women and men, ranging in age from 22 to 85, who come from 24 Merrimack Valley/North Shore communities. The company operates with a employees of 150 professionals who carry a broad vary of expertise in working with folks with disabilities.
The backyard shall be an open house for program members to entry all through the day to reconnect safely with friends and help employees and to assist elevate the burdens of the much-felt melancholy and nervousness skilled all through the final yr. Therapeutic and Therapeutic Gardens have been proven to advertise emotional therapeutic and enhancements in bodily well being and well-being.
“A lot has been famous concerning the bodily influence of the pandemic, however the emotional and psychological toll has additionally been important,” famous Newburyport Financial institution President and CEO Lloyd L. Hamm. “The Therapeutic & Therapeutic Backyard is an excellent alternative for these served by Alternative Works to reconnect safely with others and that’s so critically vital. We’re very comfortable to help this.”
Merrimack Valley Philharmonic awards scholarship
NORTH ANDOVER — The Merrimack Valley Philharmonic Orchestra has awarded its annual $1,000 Nicholas Van Slyck Scholarship to Megan Onello, the daughter of Jennifer and Anthony Onello of North Andover.
Megan, a latest graduate of the Pingree College in South Hamilton, has studied voice with Noel Smith Vocal Studio, Thomas Smoker, and April Foley. As an achieved vocalist, she had the distinction of performing with the orchestra as a featured soloist for the December 2019 Vacation Live performance on the Timberlane Performing Arts Middle in Plaistow.
This September, Megan plans to attend New York College. She is going to research vocal efficiency with a focus in music theater at New York College’s Steinhardt College.
The Nicholas Van Slyck scholarship was created in 1989 in reminiscence of Van Slyck, who served as conductor and music director of the Merrimack Valley Philharmonic Orchestra for 15 years, till sickness pressured him to resign. Annually, the $1,000 scholarship is awarded to an impressive pupil within the Merrimack Valley who plans to pursue a profession in music at a school or college. For extra details about the scholarship, go to mvpomusic.org.
Auditions for ‘Midsummer Night time’s Dream’ open to youngsters
METHUEN — The Methuen Younger Individuals’s Theatre will maintain auditions for a September manufacturing of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night time’s Dream.”
Auditions are open to youngsters who shall be getting into grades 4 via 12 in September.
The tryouts shall be Thursday, June 3, at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday, June 5, at 9 a.m. They are going to be on the Methuen Memorial Music Corridor, 192 Broadway, Methuen.
Methuen Younger Individuals’s Theatre is a summer time program for kids operated by the Methuen Memorial Music Corridor, a nonprofit group. Rehearsals occur on the music corridor in the course of the summer time on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings beginning on June 10. Performances shall be on Friday and Saturday evenings, Sept. 10 and 11; a 3rd efficiency could also be added on Sunday, Sept. 12.
Auditions are required to be thought of for a principal function. Common registration shall be held on the music corridor at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 10 (previous to the 6:30 p.m. rehearsal), and at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 12 (previous to the 9 a.m. rehearsal).
Extra info is offered from Robert Jay White, government director, at 207-294-4470 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org