What's the scoop? Join us at the store on Monday, August 29th from 4-6pm for an ice cream social sample! There will be a suggested donation of $5 to Whole Kids Foundation for this event. Whole Kids Foundation supports schools and inspires families to improve children’s nutrition and wellness through providing school gardens and salad bars. We will be serving an non-milk based ice cream for any attendees with allergies.
Edcamp North Shore is a free, teacher-drive professional development event hosted at Lynnfield High School on September 24th. For more information visit us at https://edcampnorthshore.org/ FAQs What can/can't I bring to the event? Come prepared to take notes with an electronic device (ipad, Chromebook, laptop) and/or notebook. Bring your own refillable waterbottle. No need to pack a lunch - generous donations from sponsors enables us to provide participants with a FREE lunch and light breakfast! Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No need! Just give us your name when you come in to check in. Who can I contact with questions? Adam Stahl via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @sciencestahl
Lynnfield is a traditional New England residential community with an open town meeting form of government that is headed by a three member Board of Selectmen. The residents of Lynnfield enjoy the small town feeling but are still within a short commute to Boston’s cultural offerings and employment opportunities.
Residents note proudly that their school system is very highly regarded in Massachusetts. Add to that a wide spectrum of recreational facilities and you have a formula for a truly desirable place to live with your family.
Citizens of Lynnfield claim that their town is successful due to the involvement of its residents and the community’s commitment to including both young and old in developing and maintaining a high quality of life for everyone.