Sponsored by: Horizons for Homeless Children - Northeast Region Minimum age: 16 Horizons for Homeless Children, a non-profit dedicated to improve the lives of homeless children in MA, is seeking volunteers to play with children living in family homeless shelters in the Northeast region of MA, including shelters in Lowell, Lawrence, Haverhill, Gloucester, S . . .
We're continuing to bring the laughs to Tewksbury with another All Star packed show on Thursday May 25th with one of the original founders of Boston comedy, MIKE McDONALD (Traveled to over 50 countries on USO Tours, performs in Vegas, Atlantic City, Cruise Ships and all over New England). Featuring Steve Scarfo, Dan Gill and more special guests This is a Dinner and Show package featuring Kyoto's famous hibachi chefs with your choice of Hibachi Shrimp, Hibachi Steak, Teriyaki Chicken or Vegetable Combo. All dinners are served with Soup, Salad, Hibachi Shrimp appetizer, Vegetables, Steamed Rice and hot tea. ALL FOR ONLY $39.99 Doors open at 6:30 ~ Dinner begins right at 7~ 8:30 show time (show is approx 90-100 minutes) Read more Read less
BE BIGGER IS BACK AND BIGGER THAN EVER! We missed you, New England. So much so, That Ben Weiner is coming out of retirement to throw down with you all again. We're back with another event to kick off summer 2017, and we are super excited to have you join us for a great day of buying, selling, and trading kicks, eating burritos, playing games, getting free stuff, and raising money for Cure SMA through our raffles! with any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks for your unconditional support, The Be Bigger Team (Nathan Tetreault, Joseph Lamonica, and Ben Weiner)
Tewksbury Massachusetts is a town located on the uplands between the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, is situated on slightly rolling lowland terrain with large areas of bog and swamp here and there throughout the town.
Tewksbury was settled during the early decades of the 18th century and its early economy was based on farming and grazing. The town's secondary work base was in lumbering and a saw mill was built on Trull Brook in about 1736.
In the early 19th century the Lee family tannery had been established and continued in operation throughout the century. Because of its proximity to Lowell, the economy of the town shifted toward commercial businesses and that has remained the case to the present day.
Residents of Tewksbury developed greenhouses between 1890 and 1915 and grew primarily carnations for city markets. So many were grown that Tewksbury held the name of the "carnation town" for years.
Tewksbury's convenient location along Routes 495 and 93, along with its many desirable residential family neighborhoods, has made this town a popular place to live.