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Lenny Clarke at Teresa's Hillview Country Club
Lenny is  Boston Legend and this is a show you don't want to miss.  Yiou have seen him on tv shows like  "Rescue Me", and "Sirens" and in movies like "Stronger" "Ted 2" and "Something about Mary" He is coming to Teresa's Hillview Country Club for 1 show only Make your reservation now, becasue this WILL sell out.

When: Jul 20, 2018 8:30PM in North Reading, MA

Jazz Up Sunday Brunch with Teresa’s PRIME

Teresa’s PRIME, located in North Reading, is now offering Sunday Brunch, complete with live jazz music, half-priced oysters and littlenecks, and more. Each week, guests are invited to unwind from the busy work week and relax with a selection of Executive Chef Nick Yebba Jr.’s curated brunch menu items. Kick off Sunday Funday with half-priced fresh, local raw bar options, including Oysters served with mignonette and traditional accompaniments ($7.50 for a half dozen) and Littleneck Clams served with traditional accompaniments ($6 for a half dozen). Dive into delicious brunch menu items such as the Classic Eggs Benedict with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, hollandaise, English muffin, and home fries ($14), Crab Cake Benedict with colossal lump crab cakes, poached eggs, hollandaise, English muffin, and home fries ($18), or the Surf and Turf Benedict with beef tenderloin, fresh lobster, poached eggs, hollandaise, English muffin, and home fries ($29). For those looking for something a bit sweeter, indulge in Lemon Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes served with Vermont maple syrup ($12). The full Teresa’s PRIME menu will be available in addition to the brunch selections.Every Sunday, guests will enjoy live jazz performances from local musicians starting at 11:30AM. Teresa’s PRIME is open for Sunday brunch from 11:30AM-2pm . For more information or to make a reservation, please call (978) 276-0044. WHEN: Every Sunday | 11:30AM - 2pm |WHERE: Teresa’s PRIME | 20 Elm St | North Reading, MA | 01864COST: Prices varyMENU:CLASSIC EGGS BENEDICTCANADIAN BACON, POACHED EGGS, HOLLANDAISE, ENGLISH MUFFIN, HOME FRIES14CRABCAKE BENEDICTCOLOSSAL LUMP CRAB CAKE, POACHED EGGS, HOLLANDAISE, ENGLISH MUFFIN, HOME FRIES18SURF AND TURF BENEDICTBEEF TENDERLOIN, FRESH LOBSTER, POACHED EGGS, HOLLANDAISE, ENGLISH MUFFIN, HOME FRIES29LEMON RICOTTA BLUEBERRY PANCAKESVERMONT MAPLE SYRUP12LOBSTER FLORENTINE FRITTATASPINACH, CHERRY TOMATO, GOAT CHEESE, FRESH LOBSTER, SERVED WITH HOME FRIES AND EVERYTHING TOAST19PRIME STEAK AND EGGSBEEF TENDERLOIN, TWO EGGS ANY STYLE, HOME FRIES, EVERYTHING TOAST26SUNDAY GRAVYCHOICE OF FRESH PASTA (TAGLIETELLE, FUSILLI, SPAGHETTI), TOSSED WITH TERESA’S FAMOUS SAUCE, SERVED WITH A MEATBALL AND SAUSAGE19

When: Jul 22, 2018 11:30AM to Jul 22, 2018 2pm in North Reading, MA

Mom & Baby Yoga - 4-Week Series

This 4-week series is open to new mothers and their pre-crawling babies.  We will move through some yoga postures that are helpful for mom during this time of reintegration, recovery, restrengthening, and re-centering.  We will also involve baby in some postures and may include some baby massage and tummy time as well.  Moms can feel free to feed and change diapers as needed. What to Bring: a blanket for your baby to lie on water anything else to make you and your baby comfortable Series Dates:• Friday, July 27 - 10-11am• Friday, August 3 - 10-11am• Friday, August 10 - 10-11am• Friday, August 17 - 10-11am

When: Jul 27, 2018 10am in North Reading, MA

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About North Reading, MA
North Reading Massachusetts was created as an independent town in 1853 and lies entirely within the watershed of the Ipswich River. By the 18th century the economy of the town was based on subsistence farming with limited hop production.

Along with a small saw mill, North Reading was home to numerous small shoe and boot makers and by 1850 small shops to make the footwear were attached to almost every home. These shops produced cheap footwear that was sold south to clothe slaves, so the Civil War destroyed the town’s industry. The principal products of the town then became milk, apples and fruits.

North Reading has grown into a very desirable residential community with many executive style homes within its boundaries and boasts an excellent public school system. The town center proudly retains its complete historic fabric and contains a Federal style meeting house and an affluent Federal village with a well preserved district of period houses.