Work on the Flagship Niagara!

Category:  BloggERy
Friday, January 20th, 2012 at 7:32 PM
Work on the Flagship Niagara! by Jay Stevens
Mad Mariner

Attention Erie-ites! Have you ever wanted to sail a tall ship across the Great Lakes? Well, here in Erie you've got an opportunity. The Flagship Niagara needs wintertime volunteers to help maintain the ship. By volunteering to repair the ship, you earn tuition towards sail training and voyages with the Flagship Niagara.

Orientation for new volunteers happens tomorrow, Saturday, Januray 21. Show up at 9am in the Erie Maritime Mueseum lobby, located at 150 East Front Street, right down by the water in downtown Erie.

See you there.

Erie Reader: Vol. 6, No. 11
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How healthy leadership drives healthy communities.

 

 

The London trio have made a ground-shattering debut album in Alas Salvation.

A Conversation with Mandy Fauble of UPMC Hamot and Safe Harbor Behavioral Health.

The recent news that the superintendent of Erie’s Public Schools must consider closing the city’s four high schools to meet a fiduciary duty to the Commonwealth has left the community in a state of panic.

Creating an innovative mindset in today’s knowledge economy. 

IN THIS ISSUE

How healthy leadership drives healthy communities.

 

 

The London trio have made a ground-shattering debut album in Alas Salvation.

A Conversation with Mandy Fauble of UPMC Hamot and Safe Harbor Behavioral Health.

The recent news that the superintendent of Erie’s Public Schools must consider closing the city’s four high schools to meet a fiduciary duty to the Commonwealth has left the community in a state of panic.

Creating an innovative mindset in today’s knowledge economy. 

Eliminating the word “extracurricular” 

That could never happen here. Right? 

 

 Building upon old-world traditions, the National Marionette Theatre uses the art of puppetry to tell stories that everyone can enjoy.

Edinboro Lake Resort's revolving door of sonic sweetness opens even more widely this summer. 

Amy Berg’s 2015 documentary Janis: Little Girl Blue tells her tale with honesty and sincerity.