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January 9, 2013

Gloucester Goings On

Events listed here are open to the public and sponsored by nonprofit groups unless otherwise noted. Press releases may be sent to Goings on, Gloucester Daily Times, 36 Whittemore St., Gloucester, MA 01930, sent via email to gdt@gloucestertimes.com or faxed to 978-282-4397. Please include a contact person’s name and telephone number and send at least two weeks prior to the event. The Times will do its best to run the announcement at least once prior to the event. Due to the volume of goings on listings received by the paper, listings are alternated once they run and the same listings are not printed every day.

Botanical art

The Rose Baker Senior Center will offer six weekly sessions in botanical illustration led by Rosalind Loeb Wanke, a New York Botanical Gardens certified botanical illustrator, on Wednesdays, Jan. 16 to Feb. 20, from 10 a.m. to noon. Register in the Art Room by Wednesday, Jan. 9.

‘Poets Around Town’

The Gloucester Writers Center, 126 East Main St., presents “Poets Around Town” on Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 7:30 p.m. Gloucester Poet Laureate Rufus Collinson will host local writers K. Peddlar Bridges, James Cook, Dorothy Nelson and Jim Shoel. Visit www.gloucesterwriters.org or call Annie Thomas at 978-283-7738.

Singing Seniors

Seniors who love to sing will love this: A. Jorgeliina Zeoli (Jayzee) is offering music classes at Rose Baker Senior Center on Tuesday afternoons. Four weekly hour and a half sessions learning simple breathing and vocal exercises, to help expand vocal abilities, variety of styles, from standards to sacred. Call COA at 978-281-9765.

Seniors learn Facebook

The Council on Aging Computer Program volunteers are offering seminars for seniors interested in learning social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. To sign up, stop by the reception desk at the Rose Baker Senior Center or call 978-281-9765.

AGH cancer drive

Addison Gilbert’s American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery program is in great need of volunteers to drive local cancer patients to and from treatments. Many patients find transportation to and from these critical treatments a challenge; volunteers’ schedules are flexible, treatment are on weekdays, primarily during business hours. A volunteer willing to drive even once a year can make a life-saving difference! AGH will hold a volunteer information and training session at AGH, 298 Washington St., on Thursday, Jan. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon. 12:00 p.m., in the Longan Room. For information/registration, call Korey Antonelli at 781-314-2688 or email korey.antonelli@cancer.org.

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