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Elizabeth Mitchell

Friends of Princeton will be partnering w/the PES and Park & Recreation Committee to sponsor a new event this month.  Treats on Wheels was selected for a name last fall as an idea had been suggested to try handing out candy in one area.  So, on Sat., Oct. 31st part of Depot St will be blocked off to provide a fun, safe activity for the area children.  People who will be participating in the event are asked to come line up with others between 4:00-4:30 p.m.  The area will be blocked off at 4:30 so children can go freely between the cars, take part in the haunted house at the town office conference room and enjoy a glass of apple juice provided by Friends while listening to spooky music.  If anyone has carved pumpkins, please bring them to put on display. Wear costumes, decorate your trunks or area where you will hand out treats if you wish.  Hoping people will join in the fun for the children.

The SCEC has as number of events which may be of interest: Beginning Wed., Oct. 14 and successive Wednesdays through Nov. 4, Cobscook Community Learning Center is offering drawing with Jim O’Neil. Classes are from 6:30pm to 9:30pm.Call 733-2233 to register. Also on Oct. 14, Regina Grabovac will be presenting a apple cider pressing demonstration and talk especially for small children at UMM on the Mall at 10:30 am. At 11 she will speak more about Washington County apples. Attendees may bring apples to press and containers for their cider. Apples should not be mushy. The event is free.

On October 17th and 24th, Lubec Town hall will be the site of a FREE course on Business Basics. For more information, call 733-2341 by Oct.15th. On Monday, Oct. 26th UMM Dead Poet’s Society and the Primavera Press are sponsoring the Theater at Monmouth’ who will present  Shakespeare’s ‘Henry V’.The Theater at Monmouth specializes in performances for young children.

 

The program begins at 6pm in the Performing Arts Center at UMM. Cost is $5 for adults, $3 for senior citizens and community students, and FREE for UMM students. Families may get in for $10.  For advance tickets, call 255-1312.