Home / Michael Silvia (page 512)

Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

Greenwich Village Booklovers Adventure

Hop on the bus and experience a day of fun and discovery in New York City when you join the “Greenwich Village Booklovers Adventure” on Saturday, June 2, 2012. A coach will transport you from New Bedford, MA to Greenwich Village, a wonderful New York City neighborhood filled with unique …

Read More »

11 Things to Do This Week

With spring in full swing, there are lots of indoor and outdoor events to enjoy. This week there are some new musical acts and even a comedy show coming to New Bedford. Here is my list of 11 things to do locally and outside the area. I pulled all the …

Read More »

Junior Ranger Day at Historic Park

Celebrate Junior Ranger Day at New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park on Saturday, April 28. Members of the Junior Ranger Service Corps will offer crafts, games and other activities from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Earn a junior ranger badge by completing scavenger hunts in the park and learn about …

Read More »

Spring Cleaning Events in New Bedford

The City and Refuse District are helping you make the most of your spring cleaning tasks with three upcoming events. Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Day will take place on April 28th from 9 a.m. to noon at the Crapo Hill Landfill.  Call for directions or visit www.gnbrrmdistrict.org. Open to New …

Read More »

Whales, Tales and Sails Story Hour Each Friday

Moms and dads seeking free, engaging activities for their young children should check out this event: Whales, Tales and Sails, a free, one-hour story hour each Friday morning from 10:00-11:00 AM. The weekly event features professional storyteller Andrea Lovett and includes stories, fingerplay, songs, music, crafts and free play at …

Read More »

New Bedford Guide’s Facebook Cover Photo Contest

According to The Atlantic Cities Magazine, New Bedford is the 7th Most Artistic City in America. The statistics show that New Bedford has more than twice as many artists than the average city in America. Only Santa Fe, San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Santa Cruz and Danbury have a …

Read More »

Good Hue Clothing at the UGLY Gallery

Second-hand clothing store Good Hue will have its unofficial grand opening this Friday, April 20th from 7-11 pm at the UGLY Gallery on 246 Union Street in New Bedford. Accompanying the opening will be the local release of STUCK UP: A Selected History of Alternative & Pop Culture Told Through Stickers, …

Read More »

Operation Clean Sweep (21 April)

Operation Clean Sweep New Bedford

Operation Clean Sweep, a New Bedford based anti-litter organization, will hold a neighborhood cleanup on Saturday, April 21, 2012 in Ward 2 from 8:30 am until Noon.  The Ward 2 cleanup will be hosted by Cotali Mar Restaurant, and headquarters will be located in the restaurant’s parking lot on Sawyer …

Read More »

$65,794 Awarded for New Bedford Arts and Cultural Programs

Mayor Jon Mitchell and Lynne LaBerge, Chair of the New Bedford Cultural Council, have announced the award of 50 grants totaling $65,794 to support programs in New Bedford that promote education, diversity, and excellence in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences. The grants were awarded from a pool of funds …

Read More »

April is “Donate Life Month” in New Bedford

Last year the lives of more than 240 New Englanders were saved because individuals registered as organ donors on their state driver’s license or online through the Donate Life New England registry. In addition, the lives of 25,000 in this region were enhanced by tissue donations from registered tissue donors. …

Read More »
Translate »