The World of Drinking in Early India with James McHugh
Aug
21
7:00 PM19:00

The World of Drinking in Early India with James McHugh

7:00 pm | Bent Water Brewing Company | 180 Commercial Street, No. 18 | Lynn, MA | $10 | Tickets available at my.pem.org/9489/11495

Did people drink alcohol in ancient and early medieval India? What did they drink? What sorts of religious prohibitions and legal regulations were present? Did teetotallers have other options? Join Siddhartha Shah, Peabody Essex Museum's Curator of Indian and South Asian Art, and Sanskrit scholar James McHugh for an accessible introduction to the world of drinking (and abstinence) in early India, including some recipes for the most ancient drink, sura, made from grains.

For more info, click HERE.

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Arts After Hours Meet Ball
Aug
23
7:00 PM19:00

Arts After Hours Meet Ball

It's time for the annual Arts After Hours Meet Ball! Join us for food, drinks, and fun on the roof deck of the All Care VNA Building on Friday, August 23. Entertainment will be provided by The Dirty Floorboards. We'll also have a 50/50 raffle!

Tickets are $25 if purchased in advance. They are $30 if you purchase at the door the night of.

The Meet Ball is one of our biggest fundraisers of the year. Your attendance and generosity allow us to keep bringing top-notch theater to Lynn.

We hope to see you there!

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Lynn at Night Fridays with Lynn Walking Shoe Tours
Aug
23
7:00 PM19:00

Lynn at Night Fridays with Lynn Walking Shoe Tours

Let's enjoy the night here in Lynn! As the day is coming down, you can discover Lynn's hidden Jewels! Enjoy the nice weather as you experience the vintage signs, the underpass lighting project and other expressions of art. You will also learn the stories behind the scenes that makes Lynn a community rich in history and culture. The tour is kid and wheelchair friendly.
Fridays & Saturdays 7 pm.
If you don't see a time convenient for you, please contact us to accommodate your schedule. Phone: 781-299-4018

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Lynn's Past & Present with Lynn Walking Show Tours
Aug
24
3:00 PM15:00

Lynn's Past & Present with Lynn Walking Show Tours

Let's go back in time... To the 1980's and then back to the future, 2019. From an iron sculpture, to community collaborated pieces of art, to murals and more. Come and learn the stories behind the different expressions of art, Lynn's rich history and its culture. Come to discover these hidden jewels and learn fun facts too. The tour is kid and wheelchair friendly.

For tickets, click HERE.

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How To Make Soap (Without Burning Your Face Off)
Aug
25
11:00 AM11:00

How To Make Soap (Without Burning Your Face Off)

What you’ll learn: A basic recipe, and the skills and practices of how to make your own batch of soap.

This is a 3 hour class with 5-15 people. Tia Cole of Hervor Soaps will take you through her favorite soap recipe – a hands on experience for people that want to make soap but are nervous about the process. You’ll go through a recipe, and show the process of how to calculate and mix a batch of soap. Everyone will be leave with knowledge, recipe card and their own bar of Hervor Soaps.

Instructor: Tia Cole

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Free Public Seminar: Hosting 101
Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Free Public Seminar: Hosting 101

** PLEASE SIGN UP WITH INSTRUCTIONS BELOW, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED, & CLICKING "GOING" DOES NOT COUNT AS A SIGN UP **

This seminar will be presented by LCTV News Director Mukala Kabongo. Participants will go over pre-show prep, booking guests in a timely fashion, and more! At the end of the seminar participants will have the opportunity to host a segment with other participants.

Everyone is welcome to come down to LCTV to learn what it takes to host a program! This is a totally free seminar that is open to both LCTV members and the public, & will be filled on a first-come first-served basis to the first 10 people to sign up.

If you are interested please email mkabongo@lynntv.org, call 781-780-9460, or visit us at 181 Union St.

For more info, click HERE.

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Community Discussion on Racist Vandalism and Graffiti in Lynn
Aug
19
7:00 PM19:00

Community Discussion on Racist Vandalism and Graffiti in Lynn

Recently, an artists work was vandalized on Mt. Vernon Street with a Hitler mustache and Nazi "SS" bolts.

This comes not long after a business was broken into vandalized on Boston Street with racist and Nazi graffiti.

Though not likely connected to the Boston Street incident, there have been Nazi SS bolts and sometimes swastikas appearing in an area of downtown Lynn for nearly a year, now. (See the event cover photo).

We need to decide as a community what we are going to do about this despicable trend, and so we are having a discussion at Lynn Community Television with Ward 5 Councilor Dianna Chakoutis.

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