It’s over. The drama of what Bostonians and local communities have been suffering is finally at an end. The second boomer has been captured. Hopefully he lives in order for FBI to obtain information as to how and who he works with and for. So many opportunities were given to Tsarvaev and still he turned his back on the United States that gave him opportunities to excel and live the American dream. Instead of being a pride to his parents, he has brought them shame.
Life will never be the same for any victim of this attack. Their lives and their families and friends are altered forever. The heartbreak of parents, and other members of family and friends of lost victims is so sorrowful. All our prayers go out to them today and forever. We are the light of the world. We must not lose faith. America is the home to immigrants and I for one don’t want to trade my freedom for any other form of government. The USA is Blessed. Let us remember to pray and remember One country under God.
How sad can it be when someone decides to cause harm to innocent people who are happily running in the Boston Marathon. Today is Patriot’s Day in Massachusetts. The American Revolution started near here. Today is the Boston Marathon when thousands come from all over the globe to run the Boston Marathon. Who or what could be this evil?
A little boy of 8 lost his life. Many lost limbs. My heart is sad as I image yours is too.
HOSTED BY ASHBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PLACE: SQUANNACOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
66 Brookline Street Route 13 Townsend, MA 01469
We are located behind the Townsend MA Police Station
Date: Saturday April 27th 10am – 4pm
We have 80 crafters and vendors with prices starting at one table as low as $3 and up: Free paraffin hand waxing for mom and free face painting for all the kids. Our bouncy house is only .50 cents a ride, snow cones 50 cents and balloons $1.00, lunch… hotdogs, pizza, sandwiches and more reasonably priced items. Crafters are coming in from the Cape, western MA, from Athol and Becket, several NH towns, RI and … many local crafters and all the party plans, also Lindt candy, a real baker with wonderful goodies, honey, maple syrup, jams and jellies, a genuine silversmith, raffle table, door prize and so much more. Bring your family and friends. Come spend some time with us. Shop, Eat and have a fun day. See you on the 27th.
Look for Central Massachusetts Agriculture and Art Coalition (CEMAC).
Sheila Lumi will bring her local honey;
Vee Lashua, Brookside Family Farm, will offer local produce;
Nate Smith organizes the monnthly Boulderhouse Cafe. A new guist musician is featured. This Saturday feature:
The 1st Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 923 Main Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420
The Boulder Coffeehouse on Saturday, April 13th, 7:30pm, features Peter Fischman & Deb O’Hanlon!!PETER FISCHMAN is a hidden gem of a songwriter who ought to be widely known and lauded. His songs of home, friends, and family capture a moment or depict a place or event with the visual acuity of an Ansel Adams photograph. His wife DEB O’HANLON adds her beautiful clear voice. Together, they have released 2 CDs: “In His Own Words”, a CD of Peter’s songs and “Far East Kitchen” with both Peter originals, traditional and covers.Song lyrics can be found at www.peterfischman.com
He can be reached at email@example.com. For booking information, please contact Deb: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Boulder Coffeehouse is delighted to have them return to our humble stage!
Proceeds from the $5 suggested donations will go to a local non-profit organization chosen by the feature performer.
The Boulder Coffeehouse is a smoke-free, alcohol-free, fair-trade coffee, candlelit venue for folk and other musical genres, located at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church of Fitchburg, MA, 923 Main Street on the Upper Common. Note that parking in the Post Office lot is no longer allowed. The show begins at 7:30. You are welcome to visit our website at http://xongsmith.webs.com/boulder.html .
Email email@example.com or call 978-345-2661 for more details. Suggested freewill donation is $5 at the door. Non-perishable food goods are also encouraged. Throughout the evening a delicious assortment of baked goods, cider, teas, and coffees will be available for your pleasure. Email firstname.lastname@example.org regarding open mike slots in advance of the show.
Sound reinforcement is provided by JB Sound. Soundboard recordings of each performance can be requested by each performer in advance for a suggested $3.