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Painting Under the Influence-"All About Dance Fundraiser'
Come Laugh, Drink, and Paint with the North Shore's highest rated paint and sip company!!  No experience necessary just a need for a fun night out!!  Bring your friends we provide the materials, instruction, comedy, and experience!!  Party starts at 7pm but we encourage you to arrive at the venue early for dinner or a pre- paint cocktail for a little liquid encouragement!  Come see what we have to offer and get "busted" with a P.U.I.!! *Promo Codes/ Discounts not available for this event*Drinks are not included in ticket price*Must be 21 years of age or older due to presence of alcohol

When: Jan 17, 2019 7pm in Danvers, MA

Workforce Training Fund Information Session- Danvers

This information session provides an overview of all of the Workforce Training Fund programs available. The Workforce Training Fund awards grants to MA businesses to invest in their incumbent workers and improve employee skills. Topics covered include: the features and requirements of each program, funding availability, and application process. Following the information session, participants should be able to determine which grants are best suited for their business needs and know how to begin the application process. The information session lasts 2 hours and covers the following WTFP grant programs: General Program Express Program Small Business Direct Access Program  For more information about the Workforce Training Fund Program, please visit our website: www.workforcetrainingfund.org To contact our hosts at North Shore Community College:  SRyan@northshore.edu ***NOTE: In the event of inclement weather, the session will be re-scheduled for Feb. 6th. Regstrants will be notified via email. 

When: Jan 23, 2019 8am in Danvers, MA

Promoting Effective SEL in Your Community

Join social-emotional learning proponents from across your region and discover approaches for developing an effective SEL plan for your school, district or community. Whether your community has been implementing SEL for some time or is just getting started, there are concrete steps that you can take to improve your effectiveness and results. At a SEL4MA regional event, you will: Learn best practices and practical solutions for developing a comprehensive SEL plan; Assess the current state of SEL in your community; Connect with others in your region and share lessons learned; Discover strategies for successfully advocating for SEL in your school, district or community; Create an action plan outlining practical next steps to take back to your community; Leave feeling informed, inspired and renewed. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. Registration and breakfast start at 8AM. Program starts at 8:30 AM. Hosted by the Danvers Public Schools. Paying by Purchase Order To pay by purchase order: Enter your ticket order. On the payment screen, at the bottom in the Purchase Tickets section, under Other Payment Options, click on Show. Click on the Send Invoice button. Send a purchase order to events@sel4ma.org. All purchase orders must be received no later than 7 days prior to the event in order to finalize the registrations. If you need a W-9 prior to submitting a purchase order, email us at events@sel4ma.org.

When: Jan 28, 2019 8am in Danvers, MA

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About Danvers, MA
Danvers, Massachusetts is a town in southern Essex County and one of the earliest settlements in the area. As early as 1630, colonists had moved in to the area about the time when Salem began allocating land grants and a village was established in what is currently modern Danvers in 1636. Governor John Endicott was one of the first settlers there and he established Orchard Farms, a very large land holding for its time, with 300 to 400 acres.

Danvers has easy access to major roadways and highways north and south has transformed it from a small colonial farming community to a vigorous suburban municipality which is proud of its retail establishments, municipal services and excellent school system.