Holiday Inn Express Woonsocket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to meet Allison. We spent the evening catching up on old times and relaxing. It was so special to finally meet Waverly, Allison and Paul's daughter, she is such a love! Friday, we were off to Holliston to see the house I grew up in, 289 Willowgate Rise. We stopped by all the landmarks in Holliston- Fiskes General Store, Congregational church, the Public Library, Goodwill Park, Superette, Lake Winthrop, Holliston High, just to name a few. ...
... of course the night show and fireworks. The night show consists of children (and adults) performing various ski events. They have torch light parades, ski jumping through fire lit rings, the Lighted Man and of course the fireworks display. My friend’s kids were both in the festivities and seemed to enjoy skiing down the mountain in their formations with flares for the older one and glow sticks for the younger.
After that I sat in ...
... this fall season sojourn from the tiny town of Bartlett, population 379, with only a flashing light in the center of the "town" in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
I'll be posting updates & photos along the way down south....
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Packed up the car - miracle of miracles - Harvey got all our stuff to fit in the trunk. One ...
... day 3), met Patrick the programme lead for Secondary. Patrick was my kind of leader, pragmatic, child centred and no bull. He has an engineering degree, came out of Uni and decided to try something different, worked in the residential side here, trained as a social worker and now runs and educational programme. He was a mine of information about curriculum structure, the constant tension between outputs and outcomes and success stories about young people, ...
... a leadership institute at Harvard next week and thought she'd spend a day here beforehand (although she liked it so much today she's coming back tomorrow and I don't blame her). Our first stop after introductions was to meet Kevin Hartigan. Among his many hats, Kevin is one of the the resident Perkins Historians and took us on a whistle stop tour of Perkins from it's origins. He was so knowledgable and passionate about not just Perkins, but young people and ...