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‘Just Treats’ event
First Baptist Church will host a “No Tricks, Just Treats” event Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Activities will involve candy, games, cookie-decorating and coffee for parents. All are welcome to drop in.
On Saturday Nov. 3, from 7 to 9 p.m., at JD & Myers Best Friends, 24 Lexington Avenue, Magnolia there will be an auction to support MERHS Robotics TeamThere with complimentary appetizers and entertainment. Items include Celtics tickets, three day weekend in a 3 bedroom cottage at Popponesset Beach, Cape Cod , Massage Elements of Beverly, Gift cards for Cape Ann Restaurants, fine wines for a dinner party, lobsters, art work, slightly used child’s bicycle, gift cardsfor local Golf Course and more! This is a great way to support and great team, and get a jump on Christmas shopping hile you’re at it! For more information, call Meredith Waites
Join Chef Liz Barbour for “New Traditions for Thanksgiving” on Thursday, Nov. 1, 7 p.m., at the Manchester Public Library. Learn the art of creating a Thanksgiving menu that is easy, artistic, and delicious.
COA lunch, show
The Council on Aging is offering a trip to Angelica’s restaurant in Middleton on Thursday, Nov. 1, for lunch and a show with impressionist Mark Verselli. The all-inclusive cost is $46 per senior. Menu choices include Yankee pot roast or baked scrod. Prepaid reservations due by Oct. 29. Van pickup starts at 11 a.m. A $3 donation requested. For reservations, call 978-526-7500.