City Spotlight, Feb. 16, 2012
Snow-Bound Weekend, a dramatic recreation of John Greenleaf Whittier’s famous poem, “Snow-Bound,” was held Saturday and Sunday at the poet’s Haverhill birthplace. The biennial recreation featured the Whittier family and friends, in full period dress and performing scenes from the famous poem. The cast included Augustine “Gus” Reusch Jr. as John Greenleaf Whittier and Patricia Feller as the narrator. The event included horse-drawn sleigh or wagon hayrides and period music and poetry in the shoe shop. Hot apple cider and doughnuts were served.
SLIDESHOW: NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
Haverhill police and fire and the Red Cross celebrated National Night Out with free food, games and entertainment for Haverhill residents at Swasey Field recently. The event was co-sponsored by the police and the Haverhill Target Store. National Night Out is a community-police partnership and sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch in the United States and Canada. These events aim to increase awareness about police programs in communities. CARL RUSSO PHOTOS.Continued ...
Rocking for a children's cause
What do a pro wrestling legend, a rock band, food vendors and crafts makers have in common? They are all committed to helping children who lose limbs in accidents or due to medical conditions. And they came together to raise money for those youngsterContinued ...
Enjoying a luau -- castle style
Imagine a beach luau and you'll likely think of a sun-splashed spot on the sands of Hawaii. But the city's version -- held especially for young children -- was at Winnekenni Castle last week. "Beach Luau!" was the theme at the castle's TOTS-n-TYKES TContinued ...
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