5 Things You Need to Know Today, Nov. 1
You can catch some Peabody youngsters take to the gridiron tonight at Bishop Fenwick -- future Tanner City stars perhaps?
Today is Thursday, Nov. 1. Here are five things to know today in Peabody.
- Peabody Raiders: Before this Sunday's first round playoffs, the Peabody Raiders are having a special championship bowl for the youngsters tonight at 6:30 at Bishop Fenwick. The undefeated Peabody Raiders Titans (first and second graders), 8-0, will play the Swampscott Big Blue, 6-0-1, for the title. These two teams did not meet during the regular season and will settle who is the best team on the field. The Titans are one of only three teams to finished undefeated and untied (48 teams total in league).
- Grand opening at Karl's: The Gokey's are holding a grand opening for Karl's Sausage Kitchen on Friday at 2 p.m. with city officials.
- A Harvest Art Festival: GreenPeabody is teaming up with the Peabody Public Schools and the Peabody Institute Library for an art festival at Brooksby Farm on Saturday. The Harvest Art Festival is a free event and is open to the public. “Drawn to Brooksby” will give all participating students the great opportunity to view the artwork they have prepared, along with the artwork of their peers. Join your community to view student artwork that will be displayed in the farm’s greenhouses and inside the farm store.
- The Peabody House is putting on its 13th Annual Holiday Bazaar Saturday from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. (rain or shine). There will be homemade jams, jellies, relishes and baked goods, knitted items and more for sale. Click here for a list of items for sale.
- Citizens for Adequate Housing's annual Raise the Roof fundraiser is coming up later this month (Nov. 16) at the Salem Country Club. There will be live music, food, a live and silent auction, raffles and more. You can reserve tickets at www.citizens.eventbrite.com.