Monday, April 30, 2012
The auction goes through Wednesday, May 2. The school’s PTO is also hosting live and silent auctions Friday night.
If you haven’t yet, you only have until Wednesday, May 2, to bid in the Dallin PTO’s online auction (http://bit.ly/dallinauction). The auction features more than 70 items, including gift certificates to local restaurants, businesses and gyms, and tickets to nearby museums and theaters. The school’s PTO is also hosting live and silent auctions, starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 4, at the Masonic Temple. Proceeds from both auctions will benefit the school’s students.
Friday, June 17, 2011
View this weekend's local yard sales—and add yours!
Welcome to Patch's brand new yard sale feature! Below you'll find yard sale information for your town. Feel free to add to the list in the comments section below this article by telling us: We'll add more rows to the table as we get more information from you to help our readers plan their outings. Want to add a yard sale for inclusion on a future weekend? It's easy! Just log into your local Patch (free account) and click on "Post Your Own Event" at the bottom of the calendar right there on the homepage. And if you find a really good yard sale, circle back to our comments section again and let our readers know.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Compilation of recipes makes for a good book and a closer community.
Few if any would argue against the Jeffersonian idea that public schools make us a better democracy. A group of mothers whose children attend the John Q. A. Brackett School has taken that idea up a notch. They gathered more than 300 recipes from other parents and local eateries in a new cook book that will raise money to supplement what the school district supplies to teachers and classrooms. Lisa Kelley, a Brackett parent of three children and co-leader helping organize the making and selling of the cook book put it this way. "We know that budget cutbacks mean teachers are sometimes going without things they would usually have," she said. "Things like copy paper and rugs for the kindergarten and first grade reading circles. We want to …
Monday, December 6, 2010
Park Avenue Congregational Church celebrates its 20th anniversary Christmas Concert
On Sunday, the Park Avenue Congregational Church held its annual Christmas concert. In celebration of the Christmas concert's twentieth anniversary, the choir performed a selection of pieces from the past twenty years. The Christmas concert is also the church's "genesis" for the Concert Series. Merrith Sabo-Jones explains the history and the reasons behind starting the performances.