Friday is Last Day of Sculpture Exhibit at Danvers Library

Here's what you need to know today in Danvers.

"Giraffe" by Chris Williams. Credit: John Castelluccio
"Giraffe" by Chris Williams. Credit: John Castelluccio
Today is Friday, Sept. 13. Here are five things to know today in Danvers.

  1. Friday is the last day to take in The Art of Sculpture exhibit at the Peabody Institute Library. The library hosted a special sculpture exhibit both indoors and outdoors this summer in cooperation with the Barn Workshop in Danvers for the 40th anniversary of the gallery. “Celebrating the Art of Sculpture”features the work of 29 local artists and first opened at the library June 23.
  2. Mark your calendars: Household Hazardous Waste Day is coming up Oct. 5 at the town transfer station.
  3. DARE to golf: The Danvers Police Department's annual D.A.R.E. golf tournament is coming up Sept. 16 at the Ferncroft Country Club. You can also find more info on thedepartment's website.
  4. Are you a senior citizen and do you ride the T? State Sen. Joan Lovely is hosting a Senior CharlieCard Day over at the Torigian Center in Peabody Sept. 16. Local seniors can stop by to sign up for reduced fare cards.
  5. Danvers resident, author, professor and media commentator Dan Kennedy will be at the library Sept. 23 to talk about his new book, "The Wired City." Read more here.

Make sure to check our local events calendar and boards section for even more happenings around Danvers.


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