Cala's fresh food is "Home style" modern & the ambiance is "Cheers" casual. A warm and inviting gathering place where families dine out, friends catch up & acquaintance are made. The food is local New England flavor and our lobsters are caught right off of our shores by one of our favorite regulars. The beers are always cold, the wine pour is never skimpy and the pint size drinks are worth the wait for a much coveted seat at the bar.
Dura Tech Pest Control is family owned & operated with over 35 years of experience using natural methods that's safer for your family & pets. Talk directly with the owner to eliminate insects & bugs, fleas & ticks, termites & ants, rodents & roaches, bees & more.
Manchester Massachusetts is filled with exclusive estates and nook and cranny neighborhoods tucked along scenic Route 127. Manchester is located on the North Shore of Massachusetts and is one of four towns including Essex, Gloucester and Rockport located on historic and scenic Cape Ann.
Don't miss walking the trails in the Coolidge Reservation. It is home to seaweed draped rocks and tide pools alive with all sorts of fascinating little creatures. Don't miss the path through the woods to Clarke Pond with its creek that connects it to the Atlantic Ocean.
Downtown is filled with great restaurants and wonderful little shops for browsing. Manchester is a mostly upscale residential community but does have some public beach access including beautiful Singing Beach which includes views of Baker's Island and Little Misery Island.
DID YOU KNOW: that Singing Beach really does sing? If you pull your hands through the sand or shuffle your feet over it, it makes a squeaking sound kind of like a high pitched violin! Come and try it!
MA DOER's DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF GREEN COMMUNITIES/GREEN RIBBON SCHOOLS JOINS US FOR THIS SPECIAL TRAINING!
Register By August 3rd!
Develop Your 21st Century
Green School Modeled after the
3 Pillars of Success!
36 Lincoln Street, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA Friday August 8th 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Modeled after the US Department of
Education’s Green Ribbon Schools Program,
learn how to implement the 3 Pillars and
exemplary practices in your K-12 school.
The aim of U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools is to inspire schools, districts and Institutions of Higher Education to strive for 21st century excellence, by highlighting exemplary practices and resources that are easy to implement.
The purpose of this training is to share Best Green Schools Practices locally and across the nation, as well as to help your students and schools align with the 3 Green Ribbon Schools Pillars:
Reduce environmental impact and costs;
Improve the health and wellness of schools, students, and staff;
Provide environmental education, which teaches many disciplines, and is especially good at effectively incorporating STEM, civic skills, and green career pathways
Encouraging resource efficient students, schools, and districts, allows administrators to dedicate more resources to instruction rather than operational costs. Healthy schools and wellness practices ensure that all students learn in an environment conducive to achieving their full potential. Sustainability education helps all students engage in hands-on learning, hone critical thinking skills, learn many disciplines and develop a solid foundation in STEM subjects.
Learn the recipe for success, as well as collaborate with like-minded individuals [educators, administrators, facilities, health & wellness, and community-related individuals] who can help bring The Green Difference to your students and school year-round while helping you move further along your green pathway.
Intended Audience & Who Will Benefit? Public and private school educators, staff, administrators and community members that have direct contact with K-12 students, schools, and facilities.
What you’ll receive:
OPTIONAL: 16 PDP’s or 6 Contact Hours depending on choice. PDP's option will cost an additional $99. For questions please contact trainer Robin Organ at email@example.com
Access to Protostar, a technical manual for developing your sustainable school
FREE Green Schools Membership including content and resources on 12 sustainable pathways
1 FREE Chapter of National Green Schools Society [$85 value]
Several valid and reliable rubrics used for effective evaluation
Program Guide how to apply Scholars as a leading strategy for sustainable school development.
Clear Project Management Framework, complete Scholars Guide and easy to use valid and reliable assessment rubrics.
Proven techniques for managing students effectively and efficiently.
This Week in Scholars behavior change tool.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION PARTICIPANTS MUST READ!
Payment: To pay by check or PO. Please contact Eric Magers with any questions before registering. PO's/Checks to "Green Schools" P.O. Box 323, Mansfield, MA 02048. Registration closes Sunday August 3rd!
To pay for PDP's, please send payment to:
Program: Participants will receive complete training on how to effectively implement the Green Schools 21st Century Program as well as the training packet including rubrics.
Professional Development Points (PDP’s) and continuing Education Points: The Manchester Essex Green Scholars Program and Green Schools have teamed up to share Best Practices when looking to develop Environmentally Literate Students & Schools. Green Schools is delighted to be able to provide year-round resources and support to teachers and schools who participate in this training. For those interested in receiving 16 PDP's, you will be required to complete an additional 10 hours of relevant and manageable planning work and submit before 30 days after the training. For more information, please contact the Lead Trainer. If you would prefer 6 contact hours, you will be sent a certificate after the training.
Dates & Times: Friday August 8th 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Parking: Please park in the front parking lot in any visitor parking space. If full, please park around the perimeter of the lot.
Bring: Please bring a laptop or tablet. If you do not, you will be provided a laptop to use for the training upon request (contact the Lead Trainer). Also bring a reusable coffee cup and water bottle as this will be a sustainable ZERO waste event.
Food: Sustainable snacks, coffee, and lunch will be provided. If you have dietary restrictions, please contact the Lead Trainer.
Refunds: There will be no refunds offered! However if you are unable to attend, please contact the Lead Trainer within 24 hours in advance of the training and you may replace yourself or you will be eligible to attend a subsequent training without penalty or additional fee.
Manchester Sailing Association (MSA), organized in 1971, is a community sailing program that teaches sailing and racing for all skill levels with a structured curriculum while promoting safety, fun and sportsmanship.
When: Jun 23, 2014 12 AM to Aug 15, 2014 12 AMin Manchester, Massachusetts (Mon, 23 Jun 2014 00 )
On August 8th, 7:30 PM, the House Concert with Ryo Yanagitani will feature acclaimed pianist Ryo Yanagitani narrating a concert that explores the beloved chamber music of Johannes Brahms. The all-Brahms program will include selections from his Clarinet Quintet in b minor, Op. 115; Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 5; Piano Quartet No. 1 in g minor, Op. 25 and will conclude with a performance of the complete Piano Quintet in f minor, Op. 34. The program will feature performers: Sage Cole, Lorna Tsai, violins; Jacob Adams, viola; Verena Sennekamp, Jacques Lee Wood, cellos; Ryo Yanagitani, piano and Stephen Bates, clarinet. MSCM is grateful to have the continued support of Stephen and Isabella Bates and would like to thank them for their generosity in hosting the night's concert.
When: Aug 8, 2014 7 PM to Aug 8, 2014 9 PMin Manchester, Massachusetts Cost: 20 - 20 USD (Fri, 08 Aug 2014 19 )
On August 21st, 7:30 PM, MSCM presents Virtuosos: From Jefferson & Corelli to Einstein & Heifetz, a narrative concert about the violin and the players and composers it inspired. This concert will feature virtuosic solos including the Ysaÿe "Ballade" and Heifetz's arrangements of music from Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess", as well as chamber music by Brahms and Borodin. This performance will be held at the Jefferson Memorial Center, Coolidge Point, Manchester. Featuring performers: Sage Cole, Eliot Heaton, Ko Sugiyama, Lorna Tsai, violin; Jenn Chang and Rose Hashimoto, viola; Sara Sitzer and Jacques Lee Wood, cello
When: Aug 21, 2014 7 PM to Aug 21, 2014 9 PMin Manchester, Massachusetts Cost: 20 - 20 USD (Thu, 21 Aug 2014 19 )
Bring your kids, ages 4 and up, to Emmanuel Church, 24 Masconomo St, Manchester, for the Instrument Petting Zoo and a chance to try playing a violin or cello under the guidance of expert MSCM string players. Immediately following the Petting Zoo will be the Kids Workshop which includes performances by a string quartet of MSCM musicians and an interactive exploration of rhythm and beat that will allow kids to join in the music making. Our kids program is FREE and made possible in part by the Manchester Local Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Special thanks also goes to Johnson String Instrument of Newton, MA for providing the instruments and to Emmanuel Church for hosting the event.
When: Aug 3, 2014 11:15:00 AM to Aug 3, 2014 1 PMin Manchester, Massachusetts Cost: 0 - 0 USD (Sun, 03 Aug 2014 11:15:00 )
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