COMING EVENTS

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Wednesday, Oct. 16
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Concert 6:30pm. The Kempters Gospel-Bluegrass at Walpole Cong. Church; donations. Web: www.thekempters.com.

FAIR & SALES
Community Clothing Sale 4-8:30pm. Trinitarian Cong. Church, 147 Main St., Northfield, MA. Also 17th, 18th, same time; 19th from 9 to 3; 20th from 11:15 to 3.

LECTURES & WORKSHOPS
Class 6:30pm. Meditation and Intuitive Development Class with Deb Miller at Hannah Grimes Center, Suite C (back entrance), Keene; fee. Phone: 603-352-0793.
Program 8am. Reception and Presentation on Blessed Karl, Emperor of Austria, Apostolic King of Hungry (Exemplary Christian Statesman, Soldier, Peacemaker, Husband, Father, and Victim Soul) at St. Margaret Mary Church, 33 Arch St., Keene; refreshments after Holy Mass, followed by program.

MISCELLANEOUS
Keene Senior Center Event 1pm. Stitches From The Heart. At the center on Court St. Phone: 603-352-5037.

Thursday, Oct. 17
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Irish Contemporary Folk Duo Murray and Falkeneau 7pm. Heberton Hall, Keene Public Library, Winter St.; free. Phone: 603-352-0157.

FAMILY FUN
Toddler and Preschool Storytime 10:30am. On Thursdays at Frost Free Library in Marlborough. Songs, crafts, stories for kids 2+ and caregivers. Phone: 603-876-4479.

MISCELLANEOUS
Flu Shot Clinic for Adults and Children 7-8:30am. For established patients at Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene, Court St. Phone: 603-354-5400. Web: www.cheshiremed.org.
Keene Senior Center Event 10:30am. Age in Motion Group 2. At the center on Court St. 12:30, NH Fall Risk Reduction (Tai Chi). Phone: 603-352-5037.

Friday, Oct. 18
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Opening Reception for “Different Strokes” Art Exhibit 6-8pm. For art exhibit of 5 artists that runs today through Nov. 16th at the Jaffrey Civic Center. Violinist Dawn Gardetto, wine, appetizers, dessert.
Jesus Is Lord Tour 6-7pm. Central Sq., Keene. Prayer walk, downtown Keene. Phone: 603-381-9077. Web: www.stationpower.com.
Folk Music by Santa Croce 6:30pm. Fritz Belgian Fries, 45 Main St., Keene. Also at the Keene Pumpkin Festival on 19th from 3:45 to 4:45 in downtown at 151 Main St.
Three The Roots Way Reggae Party 8pm-1am. Mole Hill Theatre, 789 Gilsum Mine Rd., Alstead; all ages; BYOB. Dancing and Jamaican music. Phone: 802-275-6681.

MISCELLANEOUS
Wine Tasting 6-8pm. Cameron’s Winery, 766 West Swanzey Rd., Swanzey (across from Gomarlo’s). Daddy’s Great Pumpkin Spice and Caramel Apple. Also Saturday (19th) 2 to 7. Phone: 603-355-3955.
Monadnock Quilters’ Guild Meeting 6:30pm. Monadnock Room at Summerhill Residential Living in Peterborough. Sign-in and visiting, followed by meeting and program (A Wedge, A Twister – Fun or Education?) at 7. Phone: 603-547-3365. Web: www.monadnockquiltersguild.org.
Keene Senior Center Event 9am. Bowling at Yankee Lanes on Fridays and Mondays. Phone: 603-352-5037.
Fall Clean Up 10am-3pm. Cathedral of the Pines, 10 Hale Hil Rd., Rindge; hot refreshments and door prizes. Phone: 603-899-3300.
Keene Senior Center Event 10am. Age in Motion Group 1. At the center on Court St. Phone: 603-352-5037.
Tea and Tarot 12-3pm. Tarot Reader, Megan Bartlett at Muse Gifts & Books, 157 Main St., Marlborough. Walk-ins or advance booking readings; fee. Hot tea served. Phone: 603-876-4242.

Saturday, Oct. 19
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Workshop and Concert 3-4:30pm. Guitar workshop: Introduction to DADGAD; 7:30, concert by Sarah McQuaid, guitar and vocals. Immanuel Episcopal Church, 20 Church St., Bellows Falls, VT. Phone: 802-463-3100. Web: www.stonechurcharts.org.
Foliage Follies 7:30pm. Peterborough Players Theatre. Matinee at 2. Tickets at The Toadstool Bookshop or Steeles in Peterborough, Rousseau’s Music in Jaffrey, online or by calling. Phone: 603-525-3391. Web: www.frostheaves.com.
Music in Bass Hall – Luis Collins 7:30pm. Monadnock Center for History and Culture, 19 Grove St., Peterborough. Phone: 603-924-3235. Web: www.monadnockcenter.org.

DINING PLEASURES
Third Saturday Supper 5pm. First Congregational Church of Swanzey, 679 Old Homestead Hwy. 2nd seating at 6. Roast pork, buttered potatoes and carrots, salad, applesauce, rolls, pumpkin cake, coffee, tea, punch. Take-outs; handicapped accessible. Phone: 603-352-6689.
Ham and Bean Supper 5-6:30pm. Community Church of Harrisville and Chesham at the brick church. Local ham, beans, scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, corn bread, pie, coffee. Phone: 603-827-3733.

FAIR & SALES
Keene Farmers’ Market 9am-1pm. On Sat. and Tues., behind The Colonial Theatre, off Main St., Keene.
Showcase of Holiday Tables 10am-3pm. Walpole Town Hall. Ideas for upcoming holidays, lunch, silent auction, flowering bulbs. Hosted by Women of Walpole for local charities. Tickets at door, Galloway Real Estate or call. Phone: 603-756-3997 or 603-756-9580.
Psychic Faire 11am-4pm. Jaffrey Civic Center, 40 Main St. Cash and checks only for 20-minute readings. Contact: Martha. Phone: 603-593-2316.

FAMILY FUN
Spooky Kooky Halloween with Magician Mike Bent 2-2:45pm. Heberton Hall, Keene Public Library, Winter St.; free. Phone: 603-352-0157.

LECTURES & WORKSHOPS
Program 2-4pm. Skulls and Bones Halloween Program for ages 7+ at Northfield Mt. Rec. and Env. Center in Northfield, MA. Also from 4:30 to 8:30, Moon Rise Over the Mountain for ages 10+. Phone: 800-859-2960.
Exploratory Seminar 9-11:30am. Discovering Conducting at BS&L Community Room in Brattleboro, VT; fee; call to reg. Phone: 802-257-4523. Web: www.bmcvt.org.

MISCELLANEOUS
Bald Hill Hike 1-3:30pm. Hosted by Windmill Hill Pinnacle Assoc. Meet at trailhead at 232 Covered Bridge Rd., Westminster, VT. Bring water, snack, approp. clothing for weather. Call or e-mail to reg. Phone: 802-387-5737. Email: majorrandy71@hotmail.com. Web: www.windmillhillpinnacle.org.
Ladies’ Night 4-8pm. St. Patrick’s School gym in Jaffrey. Socializing and shopping; hors d’oeuvres, beverages, door prizes. Phone: 603-924-3504. Email: lcarac@yahoo.com.
6th Annual October Fest for Charity 5-9pm. Eagles Auxiliary #1413 fund-raiser at 115 Church St., Keene. Raffles, food, DJ/karaoke with Tom Brackette; members and bona fide guests. Phone: 603-352-9253.
Annual Hoot ‘N Howl 6-8:30pm. Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Holderness. Guided tours every 10 minutes from 6 to 7:30. Halloween games and treats; dress for weather (costumes opt.); fee. Call for res. Phone: 603-968-7194. Web: www.nhnature.org.
Monadnock Tri-State Dance Club Dance 7-11pm. ELMM Hall in Winchester. Yvonne and Reverbs. Call for cancellations. Phone: 802-722-9205 or 603-357-0794.
Timber Harvest Walk and Talk 9am. Swanzey Town Hall with foresters discussing the harvest and forest management of Mt. Caesar; rain or shine; wear hiking shoes. Phone: 603-352-4550. Email: bev@skiba.com.
Monadnock Writers’ Group Meeting 9:45am. Downstairs meeting room at Peterborough Town Library. Speaker is filmmaker Hilary Weisman Graham; free; open to public.
Red Cross Bloodmobile 10am-3pm. Best Western Plus Sovereign Hotel, 401 Winchester St., Keene. Call or go online to schedule an appt. Phone: 800-733-2767. Web: www.redcrossblood.org.
Fall Clean Up 10am-3pm. Cathedral of the Pines, 10 Hale Hil Rd., Rindge; hot refreshments and door prizes. Phone: 603-899-3300.

Sunday, Oct. 20
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Works for Guitar and Soprano 3pm. BMC concert with faculty members Richard Ullman (guitar) and guest Kristen Carmichael-Bowers (voice) at Centre Cong. Church in Brattleboro, VT.

DINING PLEASURES
Oktoberfest Dinner 5pm. The Inn at East Hill Farm in Troy; includes entertainment. Phone: 800-242-6495. Email: info@east-hill-farm.com. Web: www.east-hill-farm.com.
Pancake Breakfast 8-11am. Knights of Columbus #5414 at St. Margaret Mary, 33 Arch St., Keene. Eggs, sausage, hash browns, pancakes, donuts, orange and apple juice, coffee, tea.
3rd Sunday Breakfast 8-11am. Odd Fellows at Forest Lodge #69 in Marlow. Eggs, pancakes, French toast, biscuits and gravy, beans, home fries, ham, bacon, sausage, fruit salad, more. Phone: 603-449-3365.
Public Breakfast 8-11am. American Legion Post #24, Rte. 101 (644 Dublin Rd,), Marlborough. Eggs (any way), sausage, bacon, plain or blueberry pancakes, French toast, home fries, sausage gravy and biscuits, toast, coffee, juice. Contact: John Fletcher. Phone: 603-876-4518.

LECTURES & WORKSHOPS
Talk 2pm. Zuni Tribal History at Jaffrey Civic Center, 40 Main St., with Clifford Mahooty of the Zuni Indian Nation; free. Phone: 603-532-6527.
Nathan E. Cohen Memorial Lecture 3pm. “The Salem Witch Trials – In History, Fiction, And Tourism” at Congregtion Ahavas Achim, 84 Hastings Ave., Keene; free; all welcome. With Dr. Robin DeRosa, professor of English at Plymouth State University. Phone: 603-352-6747.

MISCELLANEOUS
Potluck Supper and Open Jam and Concert 2pm. Antrim Stone Church, 225 Clinton Rd., Rte. 31. Jam, followed by concert at 3:30 with Murray and Falkenau, and dinner at 4:30. Bring potluck dish and donations; BYOB; RSVP. Phone: 603-808-0143. Email: redmanjohn@yahoo.com.
Annual Meeting Open House 2-4pm. Winchester Learning Center, 109 Keene Rd. Music, food, tour. Phone: 603-239-7347.
Jesus Is Lord Service 8-9am. Gazebo, Central Sq., Keene. Message: “The shed blood of Jesus Christ; what does it mean?”. Phone: 603-381-9077. Web: www.stationpower.com.
Tarot Readings 11:30am-3:30pm. Muse Gifts & Books, 157 Main St., Marlborough. With Susan Michal. Walk-ins or advance booking readings; fee. Phone: 603-876-4242.

Monday, Oct. 21
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Nia Classes – Holistic Dance Fitness 5-6pm. Keene Fusion Studios. On Mondays. All levels of fitness-men and women. Phone: 603-491-3173. Email: info@blossomskincarestudio.com.

DINING PLEASURES
Potluck Lunch 12pm. For Walpole seniors at Cong. Church on Walpole Common. Bring dish and item for food shelf. Music by Charleston Silvertones; bylaws presented.

MISCELLANEOUS
Keene Senior Center Event 2pm. “Outsmarting Investment Fraud,” a BBB presentation at the center on Court St.; RSVP. Phone: 603-352-5037.
Breast Cancer Survivorship Celebration 6-7:30pm. Sponsored by Joy’s Network Cancer Resources at Hannah Grimes Center for Non-Profits, 25 Roxbury St., Suite B, Keene. For survivors (in or out of treatment), caregivers, loved ones, families, friends; refreshments; RSVP. Phone: 603-762-1800.
Keene Area AAUW Meeting 6:30pm. Stone Arch Village Senior Center, 831 Court St., Keene. Refreshments, followed by program at 6:45. Speaker is Vickie Pittman of The Colonial Theatre on education and special projects at the theatre.. Phone: 603-352-0259 or 603-876-3913.

Tuesday, Oct. 22
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Documentary 6:30pm. In celebration of National Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Month, “9000 Needles,” one man’s journey to China to receive healthcare he could not afford in the US. 321 Baker St., Keene; donations; limited seating. Phone: 603-369-7965.

FAIR & SALES
Keene Farmers’ Market 9am-1pm. On Sat. and Tues., behind The Colonial Theatre, off Main St., Keene.

LECTURES & WORKSHOPS
Energy Roundtable 5:30pm. Keene Courtyard by Marriott, 75 Railroad St.; free; refreshments. Go online to reg. Web: www.nhbsr.org/events.
8-Week Writing Workshop 9:30am-12:30pm. “ Sharing Our Voices On Paper” at 111 Railroad St., Keene. Through Dec. 10th on Tues.; fee. Facilitator is Diana Damato; beginning and experienced writers welcome. Phone: 603-209-4002.

MISCELLANEOUS
Tea and Tarot 12-4pm. Tarot Reader Mona Zingara. Muse Gifts & Books, 157 Main St., Marlborough. Walk-ins or advance booking readings; fee; hot tea served. Phone: 603-876-4242.

Wednesday, Oct. 23
LECTURES & WORKSHOPS
Workshop Series 6-8pm. “The Healthy Family” (School Age and Self-Concept) at Keene Family YMCA with Leo Sandy; free, Multi-Purpose Room. Call or sign up in person. Phone: 603-352-6002.
Program 6:30pm. “Vanished Veterans” NH’s Civil War Monuments and Memorials,” hosted by Marlborough Historical Society at Marlborough Community House with George Morrison.

MISCELLANEOUS
Needle Crafters “Drop-In” 6:30-8pm. On Wednesdays at Frost Free Library in Marlborough. Bring needle work; free. Phone: 603-876-4479.

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