Tom Chapin concert: 8 p.m. Jan. 12, Firehouse Center for a Arts, Market Square, Newburyport. Cost: $31-$33. For information: 978-462-7336; http://firehouse.org. Firehouse Center for a Arts will continue their Sea Level Oyster Bar Concert Series by welcoming contemporary folk artist Tom Chapin to their Institution for Savings Mainstage. Chapin’s career spans 5 decades, 24 albums and 3 Grammy awards. As singer, songwriter and guitarist, Chapin has confirmed dual together careers, both as a folk artist and in a margin of children’s music.
Karen K a Jitterbugs: 10:30 a.m. Jan. 13, Firehouse Center for a Arts, Market Square, Newburyport. Cost: $7. For information: 978-462-7336; http://firehouse.org. Best famous for Karen’s award-winning tunes and melodramatic shows, Karen K and her Jitterbugs have perceived inhabitant accolades including a Parents Choice Award; Best Kids Video of 2014; appearances on PBS-WGBH and CBS-New York; and inhabitant radio play, including Sirius Radio’s Kids Place Live and WXPN Kids Corner in Philadelphia.
Powow River Poets Reading Series: 3-4:45 p.m. Jan. 13, Newburyport Public Library, 94 State St., Newburyport.. Join for an afternoon of communication with a Powow River Poets. Readings are giveaway and open to a public. Come early to pointer adult for open mic. David Davis and Chris O’Carroll will be reading. Davis is a Powow River Poet as good as a Poet in Residence during a Joppa Flats Audubon Center in Newburyport. He will be reading from his new chapbook The Joy Poems, that has been described as “an instruction primer for removing some-more fun out of life.” O’Carroll is a Light repository featured producer whose work has also seemed in The Asses of Parnassus, Literary Review, Measure, The Orchards, The Rotary Dial, The Best of a Barefoot Muse, and The Great American Wise Ass Poetry Anthology.
Newburyport Choral Society Spring Registration: 6:30 p.m. Jan. 15 and 22. Belleville Congregational Church, 300 High St., Newburyport. Rehearsal follows registration from 7:15-9:30 p.m. Members compensate medium impost and strain fees; scholarships are available. For Information: 978-462-0650; http://newburyportchoralsociety.org. Newburyport Choral Society accepts singers of all low-pitched ability levels, high school-aged and up. NCS offers both new and maestro singers many opportunities to lower their appreciation of music. The NCS open unison in May will underline Mozart’s “Missa da Requiem.”
Fan Favorite Film Series — “Almost Famous”: 7 p.m. Jan. 15, Firehouse Center for a Arts, Market Square, Newburyport. Cost: $5. For information: 978-462-7336; http://firehouse.org. The Firehouse Center for a Arts will continue their Fan Favorite Film Series with a screening of a Cameron Crowe’s “Almost Famous.”
Essential Oils Workshop: 6:30-8 p.m. Jan. 16, Amesbury Public Library, 149 Main St., Amesbury. Amy Cunningham will broach a harangue on essential oils. Free samples will be given out and attendees might enter to win a raffle prize. Space is limited, call 978-388-8148 to pointer up.
Discovering Newburyport: 1-2 p.m. Jan. 17, Newburyport Adult Community Education, 241 High St., Newburyport. Join author and presenter Reg Bacon for a demeanour behind during a Historic American Buildings Survey, a sovereign module that modernized architectural refuge in a ‘30s by frail analog photographs and superb totalled drawings. Based on a award-winning book published in 2017, “The HABS and The HABs NOTS: Documenting a Architecture of Newburyport in a Historic American Buildings Survey,” a module also illuminates a author’s some-more new discoveries, and includes snippets of Newburyport miscellany not found within a covers of a book. For information, revisit http://greaternewburyportvillage.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 978-206-1821. Village Talks are charity by a Greater Newburyport Village for a improvement of a community. Village Talks start any third Wednesday of a month during a Newburyport Senior/Community Center. They are giveaway and open to all.
Movie Matinee — “Philomena”: 2:30-4:30 p.m. Jan. 17, Newburyport Public Library, 94 State St. Join for Movie Matinees on Wednesday afternoons. This week a Library will be screening “Philomena,” starring Judi Dench, Steve Coogan, Mare Winningham and Sophie Kennedy Clark. This film is rated PG-13. This giveaway eventuality will be hold in a Program Room and all are welcome.
MSAC meeting: 10 a.m. Jan. 19, Newburyport Community and Senior Center, 331 High St. The North Seacoast associate of a Mass Senior Action Council will horde a initial assembly of 2018. There will be time for coffee, assembly new friends, a 50/50 raffle and an refurbish from a state MSAC representative. This will be an open contention meeting, so come with questions and suggestions. Anything that a age 55 and adult village desires in sequence to urge lifestyle and ubiquitous good being is adult for discussion. All North Shore and Seacoast area residents welcome.
Donate Children’s Clothing and Baby Equipment: 10 a.m.-noon Jan. 20, Kent Street Playground, 41 Kent St., Newburyport. Community Giving Tree will lapse to Newburyport from 10 a.m. to noon any third Saturday any month to collect kindly used children’s wardrobe and baby equipment. Look for their outpost during a Kent Street Playground. All donations go to children in need on a North Shore. They accept cribs, toddler beds, strollers, high chairs, buoyant seats, automobile seats for ages 5 and younger, container n plays and more. Community Giving Tree is a nonprofit classification portion northeast Massachusetts. For a finish list of items: http://communitygivingtree.org. Follow them on Facebook.
Rachel Kilgour and Liz Frame The Kickers: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 20, Cat in a Cradle Coffeehouse, Byfield Community Arts Center, 7 Central St. Cost: $15. Table seating is available. Wine, beer, coffee, cold drinks and snacks will be available. Sponsor this eventuality for $150. Sponsor businesses will be famous in all promotions and they will accept elite seating for 4 during events.
Adult Craft Night — Snowflake Button Banners: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Jan. 22, Newburyport Public Library, 94 State St., Newburyport. The Library’s bimonthly Adult Craft Nights have returned. Supplies will be provided. Participants will be creation symbol snowflake banners. Registration is required; classes will be limited. Examples of a crafts will be posted on a Library’s website and Facebook, as good as accessible to checkout in chairman during a Reference Desk. Register during a Reference Desk in chairman or call 978-465-4428, ext. 242.
Wolves, Dogs and Humans: 6:30-8 p.m. Jan. 22, Amesbury Public Library, 149 Main St., Amesbury. Nick Shrewsbury, of North by East Training, will be giving a speak and slideshow on a worlds of wolves and mushing, with personal stories from each. Nick has worked with canines as a staff member of Mission: Wolf, a manager for Tsali Sled-Racing Kennel, and a owner of North by East Training in Boxford. Topics of a speak will embody information about Mission: Wolf Sanctuary, a home to 36 wolves in a Colorado Rockies; stories from a year spent training sled dogs for a 30-mile race; a psychology of “wildness” and caring in a human, dog and wolf worlds; a hint of healthy communication; wolf ecology, function and politics. There will be a QA time to residence topics of specific seductiveness after a talk. Space is limited, call 978-388-8148 to pointer up. This module is saved by a Friends of a Amesbury Public Library.
Children’s Chorus open rehearsals: 4-5:30 p.m. Jan. 23 and 30, Hope Community Church, 11 Hale St., Newburyport. For information: http://gncchorus.org. The Greater Newburyport Children’s Chorus is holding open rehearsals fom 4-5:30 p.m. for a comparison chorus, grades 4-8, and from 4-5 p.m. for a juniors group, grades 2-3. No registration is compulsory to attend rehearsals. Any meddlesome singers are welcome. The Chorus is investigate a strain of Broadway; studies will cap in a opening in Apr during a Firehouse Center for a Arts in Newburyport.
Movie Matinee — “Personal Shopper”: 2:30-4:30 p.m. Jan. 24, Newburyport Public Library, 94 State St., Newburyport. Join for Movie Matinees on Wednesday afternoons. This week a Library will be screening “Personal Shopper,” starring Kristen Stewart, Lars Eidinger and Sigrid Bouaziz. This film is rated R. This giveaway eventuality will be hold in a Program Room and all are welcome.
Open Mic: 7-10 p.m. Jan. 26, People’s United Methodist Church Newburyport, 64 Purchase St., Newburyport. Cost: $5. For information: http://imaginestudios.org. Musicians, poets and performers of all ages, genres and abilities are invited to attend during Open Mic. Sign-up starts during 6:30 p.m. There is a suggested concession of $5. Holiday refreshments are supposing by a People’s Café. Open mic nights are hold on a final Fridays monthly.
Meditation class: 7-8 p.m. Jan. 30, Roots to Wings Yoga Healing, 76 Newburyport Turnpike Newbury. For information and registration: 978-463-9642; http://rootstowings.com. The village is invited to join this ongoing category in meditation. The category will yield instruction in viewpoint and exhale recognition and will use “Mindfulness in Action: Making friends with yourself by imagining and bland awareness” by Chogyam Trungpa as a beam for a class. Beginners are welcome. Susan Patten, of Newburyport Acupuncture, has been training imagining classes given 2002.
”Local Color”: by Jan. 31, Chococoa Baking and Coffee shop, 50 Water St., The Tannery, Mill 1, Newburyport. Watercolorist Karen Fitzgerald will horde an vaunt and sale of her internal watercolors paintings. Fitzgerald has had watercolors supposed in a North East Watercolor Society’s International Juried exhibition, won Honorable Mention during a Topsfield Fair, and has had watercolors supposed in a Adirondacks National Juried Exhibition of American Watercolors, and a Connecticut Women Artists National Juried show. She is a juried artist member of a Rhode Island Watercolor Society, The North Shore Arts Association, The National Association of Women Artists, New York and Massachusetts. And a Rockport Art Association as a photography artist member. She also binds associate memberships with a Newburyport Art Association, New England Watercolor Society and North East Watercolor Society.
The Fools: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3, Cat in a Cradle Coffeehouse, Byfield Community Arts Center, 7 Central St. Cost: $15. Table seating is available. The Fools are maestro musicians who accost from Ipswich, they have achieved worldwide, opening for Van Halen and The Knack. Wine, beer, coffee, cold drinks and snacks will be available. Sponsor this eventuality for $150. Sponsor businesses will be famous in all promotions and they will accept elite seating for 4 during events.
Salvation Army Coat Drive: by Jan. 5, Strand Marketing, 10 Railroad St., Newburyport. As partial of an annual tradition, Strand Marketing of Newburyport binds a cloak expostulate and is collecting coats, hats, gloves, boots and blankets. The cloak expostulate runs until Jan. 5 and equipment can be forsaken off in a bureau lobby. Strand is also charity another approach to widespread a regard by collecting toys and present cards for a needy served by Newburyport Community Services. While NCS’ annual giving to their red stocking module finished in November, there’s always a few last-minute equipment indispensable for people of all ages, and needs continue right by a whole year.
”Local Color”: Dec. 5-Jan. 31, Chococoa Baking and Coffee shop, 50 Water St., The Tannery, Mill 1, Newburyport. Watercolorist Karen Fitzgerald will horde an vaunt and sale of her internal watercolors paintings. Fitzgerald has had watercolors supposed in a North East Watercolor Society’s International Juried exhibition, won Honorable Mention during a Topsfield Fair, and has had watercolors supposed in a Adirondacks National Juried Exhibition of American Watercolors, and a Connecticut Women Artists National Juried show. She is a juried artist member of a Rhode Island Watercolor Society, The North Shore Arts Association, The National Association of Women Artists, New York and Massachusetts. And a Rockport Art Association as a photography artist member. She also binds associate memberships with a Newburyport Art Association, New England Watercolor Society and North East Watercolor Society.
Evening Scene Study Class with Charles Van Eman: 7 p.m. Tuesdays, Feb. 6-March 20, The Actors Studio of Newburyport, 50 Water St., The Tannery, Mill 1, Suite 5 Newburyport. Cost: $295. To safeguard adequate time for selecting suitable element for any student, registration deadline is Jan. 22. For information: 978-465-1229; http://newburyportacting.org. This seven-week category is an event to file behaving skills. Class will cap in dual performances during The Actors Studio of Newburyport. As partial of TASN’s Women’s HerStory Month 2018 celebration, a format has altered — element selected will be possibly created by women or focused on women’s issues. There will be tools for men, too. With over 25 years of knowledge as an actor on TV, film and stage, Charles Van Eman brings a maestro actor’s viewpoint to his directing. In further to 3 novels, Van Eman has created dual one-man plays and has served as co-writer and executive of dual seasons of “Highrise, a Series.” Performances will be hold during 8 p.m. Mar 23 and 24. There is a $10 suggested donation.
Rhythm N’ Roots Community Drum Circles: 7 p.m. initial Friday of any month, People’s United Methodist Church, 64 Purchase St., Newburyport. There is a suggested $5 concession during a door. For information: 978-834-0367; http://imaginestudios.org. Presented by Imagine Studios. Participants will accumulate in a round and share in a organisation stroke creation and song. Attendees are giveaway to move drums and percussion instruments, or they can play those provided. All ages and use are welcome. Refreshments are supposing by The People’s Cafe.
Community Open Mic: 7 p.m. final Friday of any month, People’s United Methodist Church, 64 Purchase St., Newburyport. There is a suggested $5 concession during a door. For information: 978-834-0367; email@example.com; http://imaginestudios.org. Presented by Imagine Studios. Musicians, poets and performers of all ages, genres and abilities are welcome. Sign-up starts during 6:30 p.m. Refreshments are supposing by The People’s Cafe.
Tai Chi during a Library: 9:05-9:50 a.m. Fridays, Newburyport Public Library, 94 State St., Newburyport. Improve earthy and mental health by fasten a giveaway weekly drop-in tai chi category during a Newburyport Public Library. Barb Tindall will lead a category in tai chi and qigong in a form of Wu Dang as taught by Xuan Yun. No knowledge is necessary. Wear gentle clothing. The module is saved by a Friends of a Newburyport Public Library
Art and Poetry by Ann McCrea: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday-Friday, Dec. 4-31, Tiny Gallery, First Religious Society, Unitarian Universalist, 26 Pleasant St., Newburyport. “Art and Poetry” by Ann McCrea facilities a collages of Japanese paintings and haiku. Cards of McCrea’s collages, sculpted bird ornaments and “Walking Haiku,” a pamphlet of haiku with collages, will be on sale as well.
Landings — A Safe Place to Land: Immaculate Conception Church, 42 Green St., Newburyport. Pre-registration is required. For information: 978-462-2724; firstname.lastname@example.org; 978-346-8604, ext. 7; email@example.com. This module is for Catholic people who have been divided from a Church. Holy Redeemer/Immaculate Conception Collaborative Parishes invites them to lapse to a some-more active use of faith. Landings is a module that offers “a protected place to land,” a place for listening and for being heard, a place for seeking questions and for reconnecting with a faith as an adult.
Newburyport Choral Society ongoing rehearsals: 7:15-9:30 p.m. Mondays. Choral members operation from high propagandize to retirees fasten together to perform concerts with maestro band and soloists. NCS presents dual vital choral concerts annually in Dec and May. For information: newburyportchoralsociety.org.
Lake Gardner Improvement Association meetings: 6:30 p.m. second Wednesday of any month, Code and Circuit Learning Lab, 36 Main St., Amesbury. For information: 373-388-3659; firstname.lastname@example.org. The Lake Gardner Improvement Association is an active advocacy organisation dedicated to compelling and safeguarding a lake. The open is acquire to join, get concerned and assistance devise arriving events.
South Hampton Baptist Church ceremony and events: Wednesdays/Sundays, South Hampton Baptist Church, 10 Jewell St., South Hampton, New Hampshire. For information: 603-394-2224. South Hampton Baptist Church binds Sunday morning use 10:30-11:30 a.m.; Wednesday dusk Bible investigate 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.; and diversion day any third Sunday commencement during noon.
Belleville Congregational Church services: 10 a.m. Sundays, 300 High St., Newburyport. For information: http://bellevillechurch.org. The Rev. Ross Varney leads ceremony during 10 a.m. any Sunday in a chapel. Children knowledge a reduction of ceremony with family and classroom time. Refreshments and brotherhood follow after a service. The girl choir rehearses after a use while a adult choir rehearses Thursdays during 7 p.m. Bible contention is Thursdays during 6 p.m. The preservation emporium is open Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to noon.
Market Street Baptist Church services and programs: Market Street Baptist Church, 37 Market St., Amesbury. For information: 978-388-0930; email@example.com; http://MSBCNews.org. The Rev. Michael John is a pastor; a Rev. Adam Davis is a associate priest and strain leader. Worship services start during 10 a.m. Coffee Hour Fellowship follows worship. Nursery caring during ceremony is accessible for ages 4 and younger. The Sunday ceremony use can be noticed on wire TV 22 during 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sermons can be listened on Word Radio WSEW 88.7 FM during 9 a.m. Junior Church for ages 5-9 during ceremony occurs twice a month. Communion Services are hold any initial Sunday of month. Men’s Bible Study is hold during 7 p.m. Wednesdays. Women’s Bible investigate night is hold from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Fellowship night dish and devotions are hold from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and training from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays — this includes Adult Bible Study, Youth Group for category 5 and up; SHINE for girls grades K-4; and Boys on Mission for boys grades K-4. Worship can be seen on ACT12 TV and Port Media TV10 4:30 p.m. Thursdays. Worship can be seen on Act 12 TV during 9 a.m. Fridays. Office hours are 9 a.m.-noon Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Fridays.
Drum round with Mamadou Diop: 6-7 p.m. Sundays, Tannery Dance Place, 50 Water St., #34, Newburyport. For information: 978-465-1485. The village is invited to drum with master Senegalese drummer Mamadou Diop any Sunday during a Tannery Dance Place. These low cost drum classes offer devout song, African rhythms in a understanding training community. These classes are charity on a dump in basement for $15 per class, $10 to move your possess drum.
Parker Wheeler Sundays during The Grog: 7-11 p.m. Sundays, The Grog, 13 Middle St., Newburyport. Cost: $7. For information: 978-465-8008; http://thegrog.com. Parker Wheeler and Friends will perform with guest internal musicians.