Enjoy The Wilmington Town Museums Summer Season

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Learn what’s happening at the Wilmington Town Museum (430 Salem Street) during its 2018 summer season.SUMMER LUNCH & GAMESFridays: July 13, July 20, July 27, August 3, August 10, noon to 2pmBring a picnic lunch to the Museum and enjoy old fashioned games like cup and ball, hoop roll, and ring toss. Free. Weather permitting.TOUR THE MUSEUMThursdays & Fridays in July & August, 10am to 2pmWhat was the original Harnden Tavern? Where is the legendary secret hiding space said to be used by runaway slaves? What was it like to live in this house 50, 100 or 200 years ago? What was Wilmington like then? Tour the Museum for a glimpse into the past — experience the house and Wilmington’s history.  Tours are also available by appointment.SUNDAY OPEN HOUSEJuly 8 & August 5, 2pm to 4pmA Wilmington tradition for 30 years! Visit the Town Museum on a relaxed Sunday afternoon — maybe you will see your neighbors there.(NOTE: The above information is from the Town Museum.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Town Museum Announces Summer Hours & ActivitiesIn “Community”Enjoy The Wilmington Town Museum’s Summer SeasonIn “Government”Enjoy The Wilmington Town Museum’s Summer Season — July 9 To August 7In “Community”last_img read more

Syngenta turns down China Chemical corps 42 billion purchase offer Bloomberg

first_imgChina National Chemical Corp is in talks to buy Switzerland’s Syngenta AG but its initial offer of nearly $42 billion for the world’s largest agrichemical company was rejected, Bloomberg said on Thursday.State-owned ChemChina’s first offer valued the agricultural chemicals group at 449 Swiss francs per share, or 41.7 billion Swiss francs ($41.72 billion), according to Bloomberg.Citing unidentified sources, it said the rejection stemmed from regulatory concerns. The two companies have not broken off talks and an agreement could still be reached in the next few weeks, Bloomberg said.Syngenta, under pressure to offer value to shareholders after turning down a big offer from Monsanto Co earlier this year, is also talking to other potential suitors, according to Bloomberg.U.S.-listed shares of Syngenta were up 14% at $79.22 in extended trading on Thursday.Syngenta and ChemChina could not immediately be reached for comment.Syngenta rejected Monsanto’s cash plus stock offer in August. The offer was worth about $47 billion and Syngenta said it “significantly undervalued the company.”At the time, some shareholders expressed disappointment over the spurned deal and questioned the company’s ability to improve its financial fortunes in a slumping commodity market.To appease shareholders, Syngenta announced plans in September to buy back more than $2 billion of stock, funding the measure by selling its vegetable seeds business.last_img read more