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November 1, 2012

Rockport Calendar

Thursday, Nov. 1

Free laughing Yoga class, 11 a.m,, a fun fitness class courtesy of Rockport COA at the Senior Center. No floor mats required. Bring your friends and give it a try.

Friday, Nov. 2

Traveling Chef prepares Pasta Bar at the Rockport Senior Center, $3 per senior. Call the COA at 978-546-5027 for information/ reservations.

Overcoming Anger,” 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., at the Vajramudra Center, 154 Granite St. “Friday Nights at the Center” — informal evening programs held twice montly with a Buddhist perspective on selected life topics; free and open to all, supported by donation. Light refreshments. Visit www.aci-capeann.org.

“Shakespeare In Two Acts,” presented by Cape Ann Shakespeare Troupe, 8 p.m., Gloucester Stage Co., 267 East Main St., Gloucester. $15, $10 for students, $5 for those under 19. Tickets at door. To reserve tickets, email cast2008@prodigy.net.

Saturday, Nov. 3

Singer-song writer Amy Black Band at the Old Sloop Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m. First Congregational Church of Rockport, 12 School St, with Megan Burtt opening. Storytelling and Southern tradition. Advance online tickets, $10 at: oldsloopcoffeehouse.org, or at Gloucester Music, and at Toad Hall Bookstore. Suggested door donation, $12, adults; $7, 65 and older, $5, under 18; $24, for a family.

Third annual benefit concert and silent auction, sponsored by Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team and Kestrel Educational Adventures, Woodman’s, Essex Room, 127 Main St., Essex. Entertainment by Entrain. $20. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets available at door. Advance tickets at www.ShowClix.com, 1-888-718-4253, Gloucester Music in Gloucester, or Toad Hall Bookstore in Rockport.

“Shakespeare In Two Acts,” presented by Cape Ann Shakespeare Troupe, 8 p.m., Gloucester Stage Co., 267 East Main St., Gloucester. $15, $10 for students, $5 for those under 19. Tickets at door. To reserve tickets, email cast2008@prodigy.net.

Sunday, Nov. 4

“An Afternoon Affair with the Music Muse,” 4 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Church, 4 Cleaves St. Voice studio of Wendy Betts presents works by Purcell, Vivaldi, Schumann and more. Reception follows. Offering taken to help defray expenses of church music ministry.

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