City to hold electronics recycling day tomorrow
The city will hold an electronics recycling day tomorrow from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the recycling center, 500 Primrose St. Fees are $1 for small items like computer keyboards, mice and electric can openers, $2 for items such as fans and waffle irons, $5 for coffee makers, BBQ grills and fax machines, $10 for pool pump motors, computer monitors and TVs up to 19 inches, $20 for lawn mowers and treadmills and $25 for large console TVs over 19 inches. Propane tanks will not be accepted.
Shop till you drop with Mrs. Mass 2012
A Fashion Friendzy Fundraiser for Girls Inc. of Greater Haverhill will be held tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 104 River St. For just $15 you can fill a shopping bag that comes with your ticket with gently-used clothing, purses, shoes, jewelry and more and chat with Barrie Lynch, Mrs. Massachusetts 2012. Vendors will be showcasing jewelry, clothing and other items. A variety of donated items will be raffled. All proceeds go to Girls Inc. of Greater Haverhill to help girls be strong, smart and bold. Refreshments will be served. Special VIP tickets, $25 each can be purchased until today at noon at Boston Fashion House, 143 Essex St., second Floor. General admission tickets, $15, will be available at the door. This fundraiser is sponsored by the Boston Fashion House and the Law Office of Lynne A. Saben.
Free ghost hunts are tonight, tomorrow
Members of the The Essex County Ghost Project will lead free ghost hunts of Hilldale Cemetery tonight and tomorrow as part of this weekend’s Essex National Heritage Trails & Sails events. Tonight’s event kicks off at 7 p.m. with a brief discussion on local paranormal hot spots followed by a guided ghost hunt through one of the most “haunted” cemeteries in New England. Tomorrow, paranormal investigator and local author Karen Mossey will discuss her work with Electronic Voice Phenomenon, followed by a guided ghost hunt. Gates open at 6:15 p.m. on both nights. Bring cameras, voice recorders and any other paranormal equipment you have. Please wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather. For more information contact Thomas Spitalere 978-376-2807.