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MEET AT THE BEACH at Breakheart Reservation
June 26, 2019 (3:00 pm)

Babe Ruth All-Stars Tournament Game
June 26, 2019 (6:30 pm)

FOREST WALK at Breakheart
June 27, 2019 (6:00 pm)

READ TO LYDIA THE COMFORT DOG at Saugus Public Library
July 2, 2019 (3:00 pm)

TOE JAM PUPPET BAND fun at the Saugus Public Library
July 11, 2019 (3:00 pm)

PLANETARIUM AT THE LIBRARY! at Saugus Public Library
July 18, 2019 (10:00 am)

July 22, 2019 (6:00 pm)

SUPERHERO VISITS! at the Saugus Public Library
August 1, 2019 (3:30 pm)

READ TO LYDIA THE COMFORT DOG at Saugus Public Library
August 6, 2019 (3:00 pm)

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See What's Happening in Saugus - at a glance!  


Farmers!  Bakers!  Candlestick Makers!   
Welcome to the 2019 Essex Street Farmer's Market
We invite local farmers, gardeners, crafters, and other local vendors
to participate in our market.  Entertainers are welcome, too!  
Bring a table, chair, and canopy.   The space is FREE.
Come every week, join the fun, and clean your space before you leave.
Anna Parker Playground - 120 Essex Street in the parking lot area
Tuesdays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm 
(date in July 2019 to be announced) through October 2019

If you or your organization would like to participate, please contact: Peter Rossetti 
at Rossetti Insurance (781) 233-1855 press 0 to speak to an attendant.
We hope to welcome back Little Brook Farm & Garden, Roberto's Seafood,
End Bakery, Castle Corner Creations Candles & Soap, along with new vendors
to make our 2019 Farmer's Market the best ever! 


Saugus Babe Ruth All-Star Teams Compete in District Tournaments
The14 Year-Old Saugus Babe Ruth Team & 15 Year-Old Saugus Babe Ruth Team
will compete in the Eastern Massachusetts North Babe Ruth Tournament to qualify
for the state tournament.  Both teams are currently involved in tournament games.

The 14 Year-Old All-Stars played Peabody this past Friday at World Series Park
and will return to World Series Park Wednesday, June 26 at 6:00 pm. 

The 15 Year-Old All-Stars are playing all games in Peabody.


World Series Park will host 2019 State Babe Ruth Tournament
Friday July 5 through Wednesday July 10 
at World Series Park at 25 Dow Street, Saugus, MA  01906
(located to the left rear of Belmonte Middle School)
Opening Ceremony Friday July 5 at 5:00 pm
Winning teams from eastern Massachusetts district and sectional tournaments
as well as the Saugus Babe Ruth 15 Year-Old All-Star Team
will be competing in this pool-play tournament.

Kids' Day at the tournament - Sunday July 7 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm

Obstacle Course, Games, Popcorn & Cotton Candy.


Theatre Company of Saugus  
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TCS Summer Youth Theatre Workshop Registration


Breakheart Reservationbreakheart200.jpg 177 Forest Street, Saugus
Programs are free & open to the public.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact MA DCR    (617) 727-1199 ext.406

June 2019 at Breakheart  - events FLYER

Storytelling with John Porcino at Pearce Lake Beach
Sundays, June 23 & 30  -  from 3:00 to 5:00 pm
Songs, storytelling, and FUN!     event FLYER 


June 2019 at Middlesex Fells Reservation  - events FLYER 

Middlesex Fells Junior Rangers   July 8-11, 2019  for Ages 8-12
Pre-registration is required for this program.  Email
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Space is limited to 12 participants on a 1st come, 1st served basis.   . . . event FLYER


Saugus Tree Committee Forest Walk at Breakheart
Thursday  June 27   at 6:00 pm

Meet at the Christopher P. Dunne Visitors’ Center 177 Forest St., Saugus
This event is free and open to the public.  
The walk will be lead by Laura Eisener, Landscape Designer and Teacher.


Saugus Public Library
Check out all the upcoming Library Events - click here 

Children's Summer Reading Program - Grades K - 5!
Monday June 10  through Thursday  August 15

Teen Summer Reading 2019!  -  Grades 6 - 12
Tuesday, June 3  through  Monday, August 19


Saugus Catholics Collaborative Welcomes A New Youth Minister
Saugus, MA   June 24, 2019
The Saugus Catholics Collaborative is happy to announce that effective July 1,
Rebecca Hart will be joining the staff as Youth Minister.  She is originally from Lynn,
and grew up in Sacred Heart Parish.  Rebecca graduated from Franciscan University
in Steubenville, OH, and has been teaching theology in a Catholic high school there.
She describes her return to Massachusetts as “a homecoming”.   Fr. Tim Kelleher,
pastor of Saugus Catholics Collaborative said, “Our staff is delighted that Becca will
be joining us in this very key position.  She will be a tremendous resource in our
ongoing commitment to the young people of our community.”


The LIFT is Underway at St. Margaret’s Church
The Saugus Catholics Collaborative announced that the long-awaited construction
to make St. Margaret’s Church handicapped-accessible begins this week, June 17th.
St. Margaret’s will be closed during the week for the duration of the construction,
but will be open for weekend liturgies on Saturdays at 4:00 pm and Sundays at 9:30 am. 

The project, called Give-A-Lift-to-St. Margaret’s, is the result of over two years of
community involvement and fundraising.  Fr. Tim Kelleher, the pastor of Saugus
Catholics Collaborative, expressed gratitude to the parishioners and also to the
community, saying, “This lift was a dream for so many years, and now, thanks to
the parishioners of both of our churches, and also the support we received from
many other Saugonians and local businesses, it is becoming a reality.” 
Saugus Catholics Collaborative is made up of Blessed Sacrament  and St. Margaret Parishes.

Pictured in the photo are: Front Row Left to Right, Deacon Frank Gaffney,
Bernie Wilkerson, Gloria Johnson, Fr. Tim Kelleher, Michael DiChiara,
Kathy Sullivan and Tom Swanson. Back Row Left to Right is Joe Johnson,
Fr. Tom Corcoran, Jeannie Meredith, and Peter Culhane.


Saugus Youth & Recreation Department 
 Upcoming Events & Programs
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Register NOW for the 2019 Summer Parks Programs!


Yard Sales
A permit for a yard sale is not required in the Town of Saugus,
provided the yard sale is conducted on your property
and does not encroach on Town property, i.e. sidewalks, streets, parks.
* * * Please remove and properly dispose of ALL SIGNS after yard sales.* * *

Advertise your Yard Sale for FREE in the Classified Ads  


Northeast Metro Tech  2019 Summer Sports Camps 
Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational High School will host several sports
programs this summer, and interested students are encouraged to sign up.

Programs will be offered for boys/girls basketball, football, girls volleyball,
boys/girls soccer and boys/girls lacrosse.
Summer camps are open to Northeast students and area middle school students.

Camps begin in early July and run through August.  From 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
All programs are $125  -  family rate available at $100 per child if siblings sign up.
For program descriptions and additional information, click here
For questions, contact Athletic Director Don Heres
 or (781) 246-0810 ext. 1250


Send a Letter: Burning Trash & Biomass is NOT Renewable Energy
From Ann Devlin, President of SAVE (Saugus Action Volunteers for the Environment)
Wood (biomass) and trash incineration have devastating effects. People who live near
these polluting incinerators (like Wheelabrator / RESCO) are at a higher risk for
asthma, heart disease, and cancer just from breathing the air.  . . . Read more 


Saugus Iron Works and Salem Maritime National Historic Sites
Please visit our websites for Exciting Upcoming Events  


Volunteers Needed
Snow Angels are Getting Ready for Winter
Snow Angels Shovel Snow for Elderly / Disabled Saugus Residents
Saugus Snow Angels is an all-volunteer project begun last winter by Saugus resident,
Harris Babrak when he discovered that many elderly and disabled people in town
needed help clearing snow from stairs and walkways.  Want to help the Snow Angels?
Volunteers are needed.   If you can spare a couple of hours during/after show storms,
please contact Harris and let him know.  (781) 336-9529 

If you are, or know, an elderly or disabled person who needs help shoveling snow
from their walkway, sidewalk, handicap ramp, driveway, please contact Harris Babrak
Saugus Snow Angels on Facebook 


Assistance for Saugus Veterans is available.
Programs available for  financial and medical assistance
for fixed / low-income veterans, spouses, and widows.

Saugus Veterans Services           Saugus Veterans Council  



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