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Monday By the Sea
When: Jan 28, 2019 12am to Mar 4, 2019 12am in Newburyport, MA
Thursday By the Sea
When: Jan 31, 2019 12am to Mar 7, 2019 12am in Newburyport, MA
Friday By The Sea
When: Feb 1, 2019 12am to Mar 8, 2019 12am in Newburyport, MA
Full Moon Yoga and Sound Healing
Join Sarah Oleson and Ankati Day for a magical evening of welcoming in the full moon energy. Cleanse and release what is no longer serving you through an all levels vinyasa flow guided by Sarah, followed by the enchanting sound of ankati's combined voice and singing bowls tuned to the seven chakras. This meditation will invite you into a deep state of relaxation to clear and restore your energy, leaving you light and refreshed. Complimentary treats provided by the juicery  to follow. $22 per person 

When: Feb 19, 2019 6:30PM in Newburyport, MA
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: Feb 20, 2019 9:30AM in Newburyport, MA
Cost: See website for fee information
Smoky Quartz Distillery Dinner
Join Sea Level NBPT and Smoky Quartz Distillery for a four course dinner paired with craft spirits on February 20, 2019. $40 for tickets purchased online before the event $45 for tickets purchased at the door the day of the event 1st Course Vodka Beet Cured Salmon, Cornmeal pancakes, hot maple, sunflower seeds, arugula   2nd Course Bourbon Duck Fat fries, confit duck, rosemary   3rd Course Moonshine Pecan Crusted Catfish, enchiladas, white BBQ sauce   4th Course Rum Chocolate tart, macadamia nuts, smoked banana ice cream

When: Feb 20, 2019 6:30PM in Newburyport, MA
Teacher Training: Winter Birds, Banding & Birds of Prey
Most programs require pre-registration. Fee(s) may apply, and there may be limited space. **Note: locations, events and programs are subject to changes and cancellations. Location listed may be the sponsoring organization, but not the event location. Check the event link, or call, before visiting this location for this event. Learn more about this MA Audubon program by visiting the event link here: **Event Link: https://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/program-catalog#program:program_code=63211

When: Feb 21, 2019 9:30AM in Newburyport, MA
Cost: See website for fee information
The Elephant in the Garden
In Simon Reades adaptation of Michael Morpurgos novel, a teenage German girl, Elizabeth (Lizzie), is forced to leave Dresden with her mother during World War II when the RAF bomb their city. The play begins on November 9, 1989 as the Berlin wall is being dismantled. The story is told as a memory by Elizabeth. Accompanying Lizzie and Mutti on their hurried escape is a young elephant from the city zoo named Marlene (as in Dietrich). On their journey toward safety they pick up some other unexpected refugees. With unfailing charm, "An Elephant In The Garden" makes you forget nationality and see everyone as equal in the catastrophic setting of WWII. The story alters our idea of "the enemy" as love blossoms among the displaced. The instantaneous decisions we must make in times of crisis reveal the true values we hold in our hearts. Forced to flee one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Lizzie and her mom gain access to each other in an extraordinary way. We know the outcome of WWII. The end of the current refugee crisis seems less certain. An "Elephant in the Garden" helps us see refugees as individuals. It makes us sympathize, laugh and fall in love with them. This play is a gentle giant itself; it is sweet and innocent, but has an impact on an enormous scale. In the words of actor, John David Washington (Black Klansman), "Our hope is in inclusion."

When: Feb 21, 2019 7pm to Feb 21, 2019 9pm in Newburyport, MA
Cost: 18 - 20 USD
Teacher Training: Coastal Wildlife & Challenges
Most programs require pre-registration. Fee(s) may apply, and there may be limited space. **Note: locations, events and programs are subject to changes and cancellations. Location listed may be the sponsoring organization, but not the event location. Check the event link, or call, before visiting this location for this event. Learn more about this MA Audubon program by visiting the event link here: **Event Link: https://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/program-catalog#program:program_code=63226

When: Feb 22, 2019 9:30AM in Newburyport, MA
Cost: See website for fee information
Caitlin Canty
Caitlin Canty is an American singer/songwriter whose music carves a line through folk, blues, and country ballads. Her voice was called "casually devastating" by the San Francisco Chronicle and NPR Music describes her songs as having a "haunting urgency."

When: Feb 22, 2019 8pm in Newburyport, MA