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Wednesday Morning Birding
Now in its 23rd year, Wednesday Morning Birding gives birders of all skill levels excellent exposure to the hot spots in one of the most productive birding areas in the country. Each Wednesday throughout the year (except July), we'll focus our field trip on the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, Plum Island, the Merrimack River estuary, and other locations around Essex County. Since we like to go where we'll find the most exciting birds, we'll explore Cape Ann on these Wednesdays: November 28, December 12, January 9, February 13, and March 13. Preregistration is not necessary. Four-trip special: $42 members, $51 nonmembers. Trips need not be consecutive for special price. Please call or email to sign up for the Wednesday Morning Birding email list. Instructions and Directions: Meet at Joppa Flats Education Center. Please wear weather-appropriate clothes and sturdy footwear, and bring binoculars, spotting scopes, and snacks or lunch. Registration not required. For your own security, DO NOT send credit card information via email. For more information, contact: joppaflats@massaudubon.org Audience: Adults. Members: $14.00; Nonmembers: $17.00. Nonmembers can join today during checkout and take immediate advantage of member prices. **Event Link: https://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/program-catalog#program:program_code=61536

When: Dec 19, 2018 9:30AM in Newburyport, MA
Cost: See website for fee information

Hunt's Photo Walk: Holiday Lights in Newburyport at Night

Join Hunt's Education for a set of walks that concentrate on photographing holiday lights. We have chosen a myriad of locations that vary in content and location. It may seem like a lot, but we have chosen these locations for the variety they present for attendees!This year, we will be photographing lights at Boston Common & Gardens; Faneuil Hall & Christopher Columbus Park; at Tower Hill Botanic Gardens in Boylston; at Heritage Gardens in Sandwich; in downtown Newburyport; at the Stevens-Coolidge Place in North Andover; and at the Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay Harbor, Maine for their annual "Gardens Aglow". We will discuss the many aspects that go into photographing in low-light, especially when encountering holiday lights, including Image Composition, Long Exposures, Architectural Photography and many additional aspects of photographing holiday lights. Photographers of all skill levels are encouraged to attend.Effectively photographing holiday lights during the "blue hour" and at night can be a challenge. However, with proper exposure and balance of composition, you have the ability to capture great detail and color through your lenses.

When: Dec 20, 2018 4pm in Newburyport, MA

Ensofic Ray Group Healing

Please join us for this group healing led by Dr. Sean Carey! The Ensofic Ray is the first ray of creation and is an energy that has the power to bring healing and alignment through all aspects of our lives. This group healing is a way to experience this energy, to make breakthroughs, to purify yourself, and to heal on deep, deep levels. This healing takes place by simply sitting or lying down comfortably while Dr. Sean flows the energy into the room. This is not a hands-on healing, which means that you can wear whatever you like, and even nap/sleep if you wish. Feel free to bring a blanket or pillow. Children are also welcome to attend (they can play with an iPad with headphones, color, etc.) as long as they are accompanied by an adult. This energy is incredible for children to experience.These group healings will help you to make breakthroughs in your life and to progress towards your next level in your life.  Dr. Sean is a certified spiritual healer with the Modern Mystery School and has spent years studying and training in various aspects of physical and energetic healing. Cost is $25 per person, and the session lasts for approximately 70 minutes. All are welcome. Only 9 spots are available due to space restrictions. Advanced registration is preferred.

When: Dec 20, 2018 7pm in Newburyport, MA

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About Newburyport, MA
Newburyport, MA local information and guide to businesses that call Newburyport home including the local restaurants, real estate agents, hotels, antique shops and tourist attractions. Newburyport is on of the smallest cities in the state of Massachusetts, but it is certainly one of the most beautiful oceanside community!

The city has a strong tourist industry including a favorite destination for art lovers. Here you will find a most charming and large downtown area full of art galleries, specialty shops, historic B&B's, and terrific restaurants.

Newburyport is home to many large and gracious Federalist homes that were built by fortunes acquired by whaling and clipper ship owners living during the 19th century. Don't forget to visit Plum Island, an oceanfront wildlife refuge which also contains lovely beachfront and adorable summer homes and cottages.

Newburyport is very proud of its history and justifiably so, Newburyport staged the first tea party in opposition to England's tax on tea and it was well before the more famous one in Boston Mass. Newburyport is also proud to be the birth place of the United States Coast Guard since the first ship commissioned for the Coast guard was built here and named the frigate Massachusetts.

In the early 1960's, Newburyport used state and federal funds to launch a massive redevelopment scheme to reclaim its historic neighborhoods made of granite, cobblestones and to update their utilities such as water and sewer. At the same time in order to prepare for a profitable present and future, Newburyport built an industrial park which now houses many diversified small industries.

Many residents commute daily to Boston via Route 95 and on the commuter rail. Residents are proud of the fact that many families have lived in the city for generations, but they are just as proud of the fact that the city welcomes newcomers and the new ideas they bring. So come to Newburyport and experience the history, beauty and hospitality!