Classic cars, a set of murals, and a degree of citizenship

Classic cars, a set of murals, and a degree of citizenship

Gloucester Meetinghouse Green will turn yellow, coral red, Chalfonte blue, silver, and every color in between as it welcomes dozens of classic cars to the city’s fourth annual fair. The show starts October 1st at 9am and ends at 2pm with prizes in nine categories – including the most luxurious, most practical interior and best in presentation – voted on by attendees. Enter from the corner of Middle and Church Street. Collectors from all over the North Coast are welcome to show their cars, and can register in advance or at the gate before 9am. Entry is free, but donations are accepted. For more information visit gloucestermeetinghouse.org.

Bread of life in Malden, a religious nonprofit organization focused on feeding those in need, is hosting a 3.5-mile rally on October 1 in honor of the late Terry O’Brien, a longtime loyal member. The rally will take place from 12 to 3 p.m. around Pine Banks Park, 1087 Main St. Entry fee is $25 for adults, $10 for those 6-12 years old, and free for those under 6 years old. before September 30. For more information, visit breadoflifemalden.orgor email patty.kelly@breadoflifemalden.org.

Outdoor concerts will return to Patton Homestead in Hamilton A four-part series starting this week. The historic property will host shows starting at 5:30 p.m. every Thursday from September 22 to October 13, weather permitting. Bring a live show from The Barnacle Brothers, Judes + the Hutch, Qwill, or Local 28, bring a picnic blanket or chair, and sample a selection of vendors. Parking is available at Patton Homestead, 650 Asbury St. Entry is $5 free for children under 10. For more information and weather updates, visit Tweet embed on instagram.

A new mural by Montreal-based street artist Funky decorates the Lowell campus at Middlesex Community College. Four more murals were revealed this summer. Middlesex Community College

Middlesex Community College has unveiled five new murals across its website howl campus this summer. The project — a partnership with nonprofits Project LEARN, ArtUp Lowell and Beyond Walls — features work by street artists from as close as Lowell and Boston to Miami, Detroit and Montreal. Among them is Funky, a Cambodian artist now based in Canada, who also created the documentary “The Roots Remain,” which will be shown at 11 a.m. October 22 at the college’s Richard & Nancy Donahue Family Academic Arts Center, 240 Central St. , Lowell. For more information visit middlesex.mass.edu.

Lanes and Sails – Essex County Annual display of cultural, natural and historical sites in safe He returned to start the twenty-first season until September 25. More than 150 free events will take place across 34 cities and towns in the county. Family-friendly activities will include a climate and environmental tour of the Peabody Essex Museum, hikes around the county, and lectures on lesser-known stories from the region’s history. For more information and a complete guide to events, visit trailsandsails.org.

The House of the Seven Gables and the Peabody Essex Museum in safe Collaborate to offer English as a second language and citizenship lessons. The classes, which began on September 13 and take place at PEM, provide a multicultural learning environment and help students expand their English vocabulary through PEM exhibitions. The organizations hope that these classrooms will help better integrate the city’s vibrant immigrant community within a Salem culture to foster a better sense of belonging for all. For more information visit 7gables.org.


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