Concert Series at the First-Calvary Baptist Church | Merrimack Valley


NORTH ANDOVER – A concert series at the First Calvary Baptist Church, hosted by artistic director Keun Young Sun, will begin on Saturday, September 11 with “Piano Trio”, featuring Zhongling Li on violin, Bonnie Black on cello and Keun Young Sun at the piano.

Their performance will be followed on Saturday October 9 by “Piano Solo”, featuring Min Kyung Oh on the piano. Then on Saturday, November 13, “Boston Piano Ensemble” will feature Keun Young Sun and Min Kyung Oh, both on piano.

All concerts will take place at 2 p.m. The First-Calvary Baptist Church is located at 586 Massachusetts Ave. Concerts are free, but a $ 10 donation at the door is suggested. For more information, visit fcbc-na.org or call 978-685-1502.

Library events offered

HAVERHILL – The Public Library is offering a variety of virtual, indoor and outdoor programming this month. For more information and to register, visit www.haverhillpl.org under Calendar of Events. masks are mandatory for all indoor programs. Masks are mandatory for all clients aged 2 and over, regardless of their immunization status.

Get Lit meets on Thursday September 9 from 6:30 pm to 8 pm at the library side facing Ginty Boulevard to discuss “Educated” by Tara Westover.

Open Mic Night is September 16 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.

A Bird Watching Program at Tattersall Farm is September 18 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Virtual Tabletop Guild on Discord is September 18 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Adults only.

David Polansky visits the Auditorium on September 23 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. to present Music Through The Decades.

Class reunion planned

HAVERHILL – The 1966 Haverhill High School, Haverhill Business School and St. James High School Class Committee will be holding a 55-year reunion on September 18 at the Haverhill Country Club. The meeting will take place on the outside deck and the redwood lounge.

Due to the generosity of donors, the cost of tickets is $ 25 per person. The menu includes prime rib, shrimp cocktail and champagne. For more information, contact Kathy (O’Shea) Bresnahan at [email protected]

Pentucket Bank donates to the MultiCultural Festival

HAVERHILL – The Pentucket Bank recently donated $ 2,500 to the Haverhill Cultural Council to fund the MultiCultural Festival Haverhill.

The online festival takes place on HC Media Channel 22, as well as YouTube, Facebook and other social media channels. The festival takes place every week in September.

Each week’s programming will include music, food, dance, storytelling and information about the different cultures that make up and surround Haverhill.

Eastern Bank Donates to Methuen’s “Light the Falls” Public Art Project

METHUEN – Eastern Bank recently donated $ 2,000 to Methuen’s latest public art project called “Light the Falls”, a light show by the Spicket River. The creative project comes to life this fall thanks to a partnership between the Arts Institute Group of Merrimack Valley / Methuen Arts in collaboration with the town of Methuen, Olson Electric and the lighting architectural firm Lam Partners. The donation was presented at the Eastern Bank branch on Broadway.

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