Give the Gift of Membership

There are a lot of alternatives for gift memberships on the North Shore Massach!

Giving the gift of membership to one of your favorite organizations is a perfect way to tell somebody that you want them to share your interests and spend some time together. It's extending a hand of friendship and inviting the recipient to join you in a common experience - not just at the time of giving the gift, but throughout the year and beyond.

Santa Arrives on the North Shore

Santa Arrives North of Boston

It's great fun creating holiday activities and traditions and one that I especially enjoy is finding all the super geeky, hi-tech tools and social media solutions to connect with Santa.


North Shore Holiday Cookie Crawl

Take a cookie crawl on the North Shore!

We got into the spirit of Christmas early this year. We've already sat on Santa's lap, we've learned and sung Christmas carols to the point of humming them throughout the day, and we've eaten far to many holiday cookies! We've created some of our own family traditions over the years and a Holiday Cookie Crawl has been a great addition to the fun.


Put a Little Kick in Their Stocking!

Kick off the new Year at Mahaney's Uechi Ryu Karate Academy!

This time of year is great for reviewing the past year and planning for the next.  People will be making resolutions to improve something about themselves whether it be in mind, body or spirit, and Gloucester Uechi Karate Academy is offering an opportunity that will cover all three! Now through January 31, 2012, anybody is welcome to download their 'Holiday Pass', that includes two private lessons, two weeks of group classes and a free 'gi' (a karate training uniform).

Flash Mob Sings Handel's Messiah

A Flash Mob Sings Handel's Messiah at a food court in Syracuse, NY

I heard a story about this on NPR yesterday.  Apparently, Syracuse (NY) area choral groups combined in a "flash mob" to sing the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Messiah Wednesday night in honor of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra's 50th anniversary.

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