Blog: Month: November 2015

Parade of Holiday Traditions on Saturday

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Malden artists Kari Percival and Greg Cook are organizing the “Let It Snow: Santas Against Global Warming” parade event —in collaboration with the Malden Public Library, Triangle Inc., Bike To The Sea, and community members—to walk in Malden’s Annual Parade of Holiday Traditions at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28.

The lineup for the parade is at 1:30 p.m. next to the Salemwood School, 529 Salem St.   Just show up. Come dressed as your favorite Arctic animal. Kids can ride on bikes or scooters, or ride in carriages or wagons.

Young Adult Movie Afternoon December 17th

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Death-Star-starcopiaTeens and Young Adults in the 5th through 12th Grade join us on Thursday December 17th from 3:00 to 5:00 PM as we travel to a galaxy far, far away for our appropriately timed YA Movie Afternoon.

This is the original film in Director George Lucas’ amazing star-bound trilogy, where we meet Luke Skywalker, a new hope in the war against the evil Darth Vader and the star wars inciting Empire.

This film recently turned 37 years old and is still as fun and imaginative a movie as anything that came before and after it. A sequel trilogy is planned and the first film “The Force Awakens” comes out this month. See the classic film before you experience the new story.

We will show this film in the Maccario Room, snacks and drinks will be provided. xwing_big

 

Uniforms: Dressing the Part EXTENDED

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The Malden Historical Society has announced that it will extend the exhibition “Uniforms: Dressing the Part” at the Malden Public Library’s Converse Building  on a limited basis. The exhibit, scheduled to close before Christmas, will be open on Wednesdays 2:00 -4:00 pm starting in January. Groups wishing a different time or individualized showing should contact the Society at 781-338-9365.

On exhibit are a variety of uniforms including a Civil War coat, the WW I uniform of Mayor John Devir, Vietnam era uniforms of  Navy ace “Buzzie” Burnett and a WWI Navy uniform. Other “uniforms” include Malden High and Malden Catholic High outfits; girl scout leader, suffragette, and nursing outfits, as well as others not usually classified as uniforms.