The Maudslay State Park Association is selling 2014 “Save the Pond” calendars that showcase the passive and active recreation elements of the park. Money raised from the sales will be used to restore the park’s pond. Calendars are $15.
The calendars are being sold in Newburyport at Yankee Runner, 49 Pleasant St.; Greater Boston Running Co., 27 Water St.; The Natural Dog, 155 State St.; Riverside Cycles, 50 Water St.; Salon Bellisimo, 113 Merrimac St.; Plum Island Coffee Roasters, 54R Merrimac St; and Maudslay headquarters, 74 Curzon Mill Road. They are also available at Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank’s various locations; Amesbury Animal Hospital, 230 Main St.; and West Newbury Food Mart, 275 Main St.
New photo exhibit at Newburyport bank
Photographs by Stephanie Naffah are on display in “Beyond the Eye,” an exhibit running through Feb. 1 at The Provident Bank’s Newburyport branch.
Naffah believes that every photo has a story behind it and likes to take pictures of subjects that don’t typically get a lot of attention.
An artist’s reception will be held Wednesday, Jan. 23, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the bank, 66 Storey Ave. Light refreshments will be served.
For more information, call 978-225-1401 or visit www.theprovidentbank.com.
Entertainment and food at 17 State St.
17 State Street Cafe’s “Beats, Burgers and Brews” will feature Cuppa Joe tomorrow and Chris Marino on Saturday.
Cuppa Joe is a swing and blues jazz ensemble from Newburyport that performs a selection of classic jazz and blues standards of the 1950s and ’60s.
Marino is vocalist who performs rock, ballads, blues and more, with songs ranging from the 1960s to the present. He will be backed by a multi-keyboardist.
Both shows are from 7 to 9 p.m. at the downtown Newburyport restaurant.
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