Monthly Archives: May 2011

School Committee 5-26-11

Here’s the School Committee videos from May 26th, 2011, including sub-committees and presentations.   Buildings and Grounds Sub-Committee School Personnel Sub-Committee Open Mic Session School Committee Session Part 1 School Committee Session Part 2 School Committee Session Part 3 (following Executive Session)

Weekend Rundown (Mem Day edition)

Thursday, 5/26 1. Decorating of Graves will take place 6pm at the Pine Grove Cemetery, starting at the World War I section. 2. Tony Gallo and Friends are at Walnut Street Cafe, featuring Glen and Jeff from White Lightnin’. Joe Geary will also debut on banjo and mandolin. 157 Walnut Street at 8:30pm.   Friday,…

Senior Prom for Senior Citizens June 5th

As a community service project, high and middle school students of the Building Bridges Through Music Program will host a Senior Prom for senior citizens.  Our young people have very thoughtfully planned this event. They will honor the seniors in our community and help raise money to support camperships for children 8-10yrs. to attend a week…

Last Saturday in (mostly) Pictures

Friday was no slouch, but Saturday was the main reason the Rundown was dubbed “Busy Weekend Edition.” It wasn’t possible to do all, but what follows is a more Downtown-centric pictorial of Saturday, May 21st, 2011.         The first photos are from The Food Project’s annual Farm Fest on Munroe Street. A…

Weekend Rundown (Busy Weekend edition)

Thursday, 5/19   1. Get over to the Lazy Dog in Wyoma Sq. after 5pm and help raise fund’s for this year’s 4th of July Fireworks at Red Rock Park. Mouse-over the listing on the right for more information. 2. Tony Gallo & Friends featuring guests Second Axe and special guests the Follow Hymn Interfaith…

Fashion at the Museum

by William J. Dowd   The idea of holding a fashion show benefit doesn’t seem like a stretch for a city like Lynn, as it is a place where the textile and shoe industries were, at one point, the backbone of the city.   It makes sense to capitalize on this history and flaunt it, Lynn…