5 Things to Know: 3 Seats Available for Peabody Rec Trip to NYC
There are still three seats available for the Recreation Department's trip down to New York City this Saturday, so reserve them now.
Today is Wednesday, Dec. 5. Here are five things to know today in Peabody.
- North Shore Elder Services over off Sylvan Street in Danvers is holding an open house today from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. for its newest initiative, the Longevity Connection. All in one place, the Longevity Connection provides comprehensive resources, products, services and referrals for elders and those with disabilities, a committed and experienced staff. Check out the attached .pdf for more information.
- The Peabody Recreation Department is taking a day trip to New York City on Dec. 8 and there are still three seats available. The cost is $54 each. Motor coach transportation departs from Higgins Middle School at 6:30 a.m. bound for NYC. Once in the city, you are on your own. The coach returns to Peabody at approximately 11 p.m. To reserve the seats, visit www.peabody-ma.gov/parks_rec.html and click “Register Online.” Questions? Call 978-536-7133.
- Check out these local placeswhere you can buy a Christmas tree this year.
- Brooksby Farm is holding its annual holiday open house this weekend. The farm store will be open both Saturday and Sunday from noon - 3 p.m. and there will be wagon rides over the hills and through the woods, a bonfire to toast your toes, pre-cut Christmas trees, wreaths, roping and swags, complimentary hot mulled cider, tasting of selected jellies, marmalades and relishes, and sampling of apple and pumpkin pie.
- Have you checked out Haven from Hunger's Facebook page? The city's food pantry is trying to get 1,000 Likes by Christmas as a show of support.