Salem’s Lyceum Restaurant Celebrates Grand Re-Opening with North Shore Arc & Mayor Kim Driscoll

Lyceum officially opens brand new doors on Wednesday, November 4th, together with Salem's Mayor Kim Driscoll and charity partner North Shore Arc - unveiling a new, hand-crafted sign to mark the occasion
By: The Lyceum
 
Oct. 30, 2009 - PRLog -- WHAT:
MEDIA EVENT & PHOTO OP:  After 20 years of business and a major renovation, Lyceum founder George Harrington officially re-opens his popular Salem restaurant – introducing a new menu, a new look, and a new name: THE LYCEUM.

WHO:
George Harrington, Sr., together with new partners George Harrington, Jr. and Nicola Savignano, will host opening ceremonies featuring the long-awaited unveiling of a new hand-carved sign created by craftsman Richard Honan of Richard Honan Sign Co. of Winthrop, MA.  

Salem’s Mayor Kim Driscoll will read a proclamation highlighting The Lyceum’s continued commitment to and partnership with the community.

North Shore Arc’s Executive Director Jerry McCarthy and Development Director Georgina Keefe-Feldman will read a dedication in appreciation of The Lyceum’s long-time support of this local charity.

Several local celebrities have been invited and are expected to attend.

WHEN:  Grand Re-Opening Ceremonies & Photo Opportunities begin promptly at 4:30 PM, Wednesday, November 4th. Celebration and media party to follow, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM.  

WHERE:  The Lyceum, 43 Church Street, Salem, MA 01970

For further info, please visit www.thelyceum.com or contact Kim Lapine at 617-834-9340 or klapine@fullcoursemarketing.com


About The Lyceum:
George Harrington established the original Lyceum Bar & Grill in 1989 in an historic former lecture hall made famous by the likes of Thoreau, Hawthorne, Emerson, and Alexander Graham Bell. Twenty years later, together with a new generation of partners and a new vision, another chapter of the Lyceum’s storied past begins: a classic bistro in historic Salem serving Mediterranean-inspired favorites in a contemporary yet casual atmosphere. www.thelyceum.com

About North Shore Arc:  
North Shore Arc has been delivering life-long support services to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities for over 55 years.  Today it provides services to thousands daily, in over 150 cities and towns in Massachusetts, in a wide range of directions: via residential homes, family support and vocational training programs, the largest Autism Support Center in the northeast, numerous recreational initiatives, a van transportation program and so much more.

North Shore Arc is in the opportunities business. Dedicated staff help toddlers, teens, adults and seniors to learn, play, work and thrive. These individuals in turn teach the North Shore Arc staff the true meaning of compassion, drive and the power of community. Hundreds of volunteers, from our Board of Directors to high school students to church groups, round out the organization’s efforts by giving so freely of their time – all for the greater good, to help people live their lives in the best possible way. www.nsarc.org

About Richard Honan Sign Co.:
Established over thirty-five years ago, Richard Honan Sign Company has always been known for quality and innovative signs. Based in Winthrop, MA, it is a full-service sign company, serving its clients from concept development to production and installation.  From unique carved wooden signs to water-jet cut stainless steel corporate logos, Honan Sign has established itself as a forerunner in the sign industry.  www.honansignco.com

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About The Lyceum:
George Harrington established the original Lyceum Bar & Grill in 1989 in an historic former lecture hall made famous by the likes of Thoreau, Hawthorne, Emerson, and Alexander Graham Bell. Twenty years later, together with a new generation of partners and a new vision, another chapter of the Lyceum’s storied past begins: a classic bistro in historic Salem serving Mediterranean-inspired favorites in a contemporary yet casual atmosphere. www.thelyceum.com
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