Tickets are available but going fast. All seats are reserved and must be purchased by Friday 9-29. Online booking is recommended for best seating. When you go on to Eventbrite, click the image of the room and pick your seat or your entire table of 6!
By Mail Until September 25th unless seARTS. If you mail a check on 9-25 you must notify us as tickets are being sold online. Please call 978-281-1222. Tickets are non-refundable and if unused will be considered a donation.
Checks must include an email address/es of ticket buyers.
Ticket sales close on Friday, September 29th.
PO Box 1476
Gloucester, MA 01931
In Person (beginning May 1):
Pop Gallery, 67 Main Street, Gloucester
For large tables please contact seARTS directly at 978-281-1222, and leave a message for the wearable art committee or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For almost a decade, Elizabeth has covered New England extensively...from the Newtown shootings, to the Boston Marathon bombings, to the daily challenges and troubles that face those who live here. But it's not all bad news. Elizabeth is delighted and intrigued by the stories that make up our everyday lives. She has anchored morning news, and hosted a lifestyle segment titled for her nickname called, "Lilly On The Loose." She concedes that this was simply an endeavor to allow her to see and do anything with which she was enamored.
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Schairer began her career with WGBH in May, 2012, hosting for Bob Seay, which she occasionally still does. She and the Morning Edition team are up long before sunrise planning the day ahead, and stay hours after the program signs off the air, to begin preparations for the next day and to post interviews to the WGBHnews.org website.