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Rooftop Yoga at Ironwood with Laura Nicole Martone
Come join Laura Nicole Martone for Vinyasa Yoga on the rooftop at Ironwood Apartments located at 167 Fairmount Ave Lynn, MA 01905. Vinyasa yoga is a fluid sequence of postures, transitioning from one to the next while linking breath to movement. This class can be easily modified based on your experience level. Whether you are new to yoga or have been practicing for decades, all are welcome and encouraged to join.  Please bring your mat & blocks. If you don’t have them, we will provided limited extras for you to borrow. If you are not a resident of Ironwood, upon arrival at the building please park on the right hand side of the building or on the street. You can call Laura from the call box at the front door and she can buzz you in. Take the elevator up to the 5th floor and find a spot in the class! Rooftop opens 15 minutes before class please arive around that time as door will lock at the start of class!  Dont forget sunscreen if needed as we will be fully exposed to the sun during the class! - Monday's class is a Beginner + Restorative Vinyasa Class - - Friday & Sunday classes are an All Level's Vinyasa Class - - Saturday 9/21 is a free All Level's Vinyasa Class w/ photography opportunity afterwoods -

When: Aug 23, 2019 5pm in Lynn, MA

Meet Ball 2019 | Roofdeck Party

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. Live music from the Dirty Floorboards plus a 50/50 raffle!

Tickets are $30 if purchased in advance. They are $35 if you purchase them at the door.

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!

When: Aug 23, 2019 7pm in Lynn, MA
Cost: General Admission (Adult) $30.00  

Make Your Own Picture Frame (Basic Woodworking)

$65, Pre-Registration RequiredSaturday August 24, 10pm to 12pmat The Brickyard Collaborative, 71 Linden St., #105C, Lynn, MAInstructor: Ted DillardAge 18 and up. Learn how to make your own picture frames using basic woodworking tools and a few tricks of the trade! Make frames from new moldings, re-purpose old, found and antique frames, design your own!  This class will walk you through several ways to cut a perfect miter, building your own miter jig, measuring and making the cuts, ways and tools to glue them up, and various underpinning strategies. Whether you're a complete newbie in the woodshop or a seasoned pro, we guarantee you'll pick up a trick or two and be making your own frames like a pro! About the Instructor: Ted Dillard has been working in a woodshop for nigh on 40 years, and has been building his own frames for almost the same length of time.  He's developed a unique miter jig for cutting perfect miters at the perfect length, on a standard table saw.  His day job is at Haley and Steele (featuring Guido Frames), a framer with over 150 years' experience making the highest quality 23K gold-leafed hand-made picture frames. Make Your Own Picture Frame (Basic Woodworking) $65

When: Aug 24, 2019 10am in Lynn, MA

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About Lynn, MA
Lynn Massachusetts is now the largest city in Essex County and was first settled by colonists from the New England Company in Salem. Lynn's economy was first established in farming and shell fishing but by 1837 the city was a major shoe manufacturer.

The Civil War brought great prosperity to Lynn and with it further growth of more shoe factories. The fires of 1869 and 1889 that destroyed a lot of the central business district from Central Square to Broad Street did not stop the expansion. Burned out buildings were simply transformed into five and six story shoe factories.

Stately summer homes were built along its shore by the mid 19th century and established the city as a fashionable resort area. When Lynn Shore Drive was opened in 1910, it increased the development of high rises to take advantage of the shore view.

Lynn is now an urban manufacturing and commercial center that is densely populated and culturally diverse. Residents of Lynn are very proud of the city's long history which parallels the history of New England as a whole.