Matrix 2 is playing at our local drive-in. Why oh why isn’t Junior old enough to come with me to see that? How cool would it be to go see it with him at the drive-in, where you can fill your car with food/drink from home and nobody gives you the stink-eye? Mr. Dump and I used to frequent the drive-in and swing by Mickey D’s on the way. I think a cheeseburger tastes better when you’re eating it in the car watching a movie.
Oh, and faithful dumper Sally passed this along. I am going to try to attend on Sunday:
Eleanor and Amasa, Sally Cragin’s two-person play about Eleanor and her father Amasa Norcross , Fitchburg’s first mayor will be performed twice this May. Fitchburg Mayor Dan Mylott will portray Amasa.
Eleanor and Amasa will be performed at the Fitchburg Art Museum on Sunday, May 18 at 1 p.m. There will also be a violin, cello and piano recital by the virtuouso Schilling sisters, to be followed by birthday cake and refreshments. Free with Museum admission (non-members $5, seniors, $3, members, students and children free)
Eleanor and Amasa will also be performed at Fitchburg Historical Society, 50 Grove Street (one street over from the Y, up from the Courthouse) on Tuesday, May 20 at 7 p.m. (Free to all).
Fitchburg Art Museum, Merriam Parkway, Fitchburg, MA http://www.fitchburgartmuseum.org