Monday, November 19, 2012
A great way to start the day with a quick look at the events and happenings in town.
Welcome to “5 Things,” your daily resource for community events, happenings in town and other little tidbits of information. Here are five things you need to know on Monday, Nov. 19. 1. Perfect: The streak of beautiful days continues on Monday, with the forecast calling for sunny skies and the high temperature getting close to 50 degrees. 2. Garden Club: The Danvers Garden Club meets on Monday night at Danversport Yacht Club at 7 p.m. where the workshop topic will be “Candlelight Glow for the Holiday Table,” led by Evie Fraser and Sharyn Longo. The winning tickets will be drawn at the meeting for the House Decorating Drawing. 3. Recipes: We’ll be bringing you some of the best Thanksgiving Day recipes from Patch readers here on the North …
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
The white bike sculpture went missing on March 29.
You may have heard that the white bike scultpure, that acts as a mascot for the Danvers Rail Trail, has gone missing. With rumors floating about its whereabouts, we're here with a You Ask...Patch Answers, to tell you what has happened in this mysterious lost bicycle situation. Here's how it started: On Thursday, March 29, Rail Trail organizer Kate Day sent out the following message: This just in – the white bike that has adorned the Pickering Street trail entrance is missing. Any information leading to its recovery should be reported to me, or to the Danvers Police. This whimsical bike has been decorated for Christmas, and was most recently wearing shamrocks for Saint Patrick’s Day. Please help us find it so it can resume its cheery …
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
St. Patrick's Day clean up on the Danvers Rail Trail.
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Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Ingrid Barry sent us some great shots from the Rail Trail clean up on St. Patrick's Day. Barry wrote: Can there be a better way to spend part of St. Patrick's Day then helping to make Danvers a cleaner, greener place? Sixteen people answered the Danvers Bi-Peds call for volunteers to help clean up accumulated debris at an access point to the rail trail along Cabot Road. While the rail bed lay dormant for many years, some citizens found it a convenient place dispose of everything from yard waste to concrete to old batteries. Also, no cleanup along the trail happens without finding those little plastic bags with the neat knot on top and the doggy poop inside. The volunteers hope that as the rail trail becomes a beautiful linear park through …