January 21, 2014 

 

Recycling reminder!  Green Network Exchange, a Cummings Properties client in Woburn, will host an electronics recycling event on Wednesday, January 29, from 9:30 AM to noon, at 100 Cummings Center's 144 loading dock.  Please deliver items for recycling directly to personnel managing the event, rather than leaving them on the loading dock unattended.  Click here for a complete list of recyclable items.  For additional information, contact David Williams at 781-330-0085.

Inspired learning:  Bright Horizons Early Education and Preschool, 100 Cummings Center, Suite 145-G, invites Cummings Center clients to its Kindergarten Prep and Preschool Showcase on Tuesday, January 28, from 6 to 7:30 PM.  The showcase includes a family dinner, parent panel discussion, and classroom exploration and inspiration stations.  Stop by to meet the staff and learn about Bright Horizons' programs and services.  For more information, please contact Lisa LaPusata at 978-922-4252.

Post it!  Montserrat College of Art's student-run Bear Gallery will host its first poster exhibit to kick off the spring semester at 100 Cummings Center, Suites 120-D and 120-E.  All are invited to attend the opening reception on Tuesday, January 28, from 5 to 7 PMStop by the gallery to browse innovative posters in all forms and sizes by Montserrat's talented students.  Light refreshments will be served.  This gallery provides a venue for student education in curatorial and gallery skills, and bridges the gap between student artist and professional artist.  For more information on the event and gallery hours, please contact Len Thomas-Vickory at len.thomas-vickory@montserrat.edu.

Postage on the rise:  Beginning January 26, 2014, postage for a one-ounce first-class letter will increase to 49 cents.  Letters to all international destinations will increase to $1.15, and postcards will increase to 34 cents.  For more information on the new pricing and services, click here.

Be careful!  The recent blast of winter weather has led to some slippery roads, parking lots, and sidewalks throughout the region.  With more freezing temperatures in the immediate forecast, and many weeks of winter ahead, pedestrian and vehicle safety are critical.  The presence of snow banks requires motor vehicle operators to drive with extreme caution throughout the campus at all times, heeding all traffic signs, pedestrian crossings, speed bumps, etc., as well as the 10-MPH speed limit.

Overnight and winter parking:  With snow on the way, Cummings Center businesses are reminded that, through March 31, 2014, unattended parking (i.e., parking where the driver is not readily available to move the vehicle) is strictly prohibited in Cummings Center parking lots between 7 PM and 7 AM.  Especially when snow is in the forecast or snow removal operations are necessary, please use one of the four campus garages for evening parking, as any vehicle left in a parking lot after 7 PM without prior approval will be subject to towing at the vehicle owner's expense.  Your cooperation will enable Cummings Center's snow team to provide the best possible access for employees and visitors during the winter months. Click here for a copy of the 2013-2014 Winter Parking and Towing Regulations.  

 

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