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MONDAY 31 OCTOBER

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

NORTH ANDOVER: Flu Clinic (19+)

Including high dose from 65 years

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., North Andover Senior Center, 120 R Main Street

Please register: https://home.color.com/vaccine/register/northandover

For more information: 978-688-9543

ANDOVER: Costume party

Show off your favorite costume and have fun outside in the library!

10-11 a.m., Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main Street

Registration required: 978-623-8400 / www.mhl.org

ANDOVER: Candy Tasting (Teens)

Teens, celebrate the end of October’s Candy Competition Bracket by enjoying some of the winning candies!

3:30-4:30 p.m., Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main Street

Info: 978-623-8400 / www.mhl.org

PELHAM: Trick or treat

5-8 p.m., citywide

Info: www.pelhamweb.com

NORTH ANDOVER: Trick or treat

5:30-7:30 p.m., citywide

Information: www.northandoverma.news

TUESDAY 1 NOVEMBER

KINGSTON: Sharing grief

Takes place Tuesdays through November 29th

Christ-centered, biblical support group focused on helping people dealing with the death of a loved one.

9:30-11:00 a.m., First Congregational Church of Kingston, 6 Church Street

Information: Cindy Perkins, 603-642-7256 / loony1973@yahoo.com

NORTH ANDOVER: Little Explorers (2-5 years)

Tuesdays

9:30am-10:30am, Stevens-Coolidge House Gardens, 153 Chickering Road

Cost: $10 for children, free for adults

Registration: 978-607-1133 / www.thetrustees.org

HAVERHILL: Classic film matinee

Tuesdays

Check out The Maltese Falcoln (1941) starring Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor.

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Haverhill Public Library, 99 Main Street

Info: 978-373-1586 / www.haverhillpl.org

LAWRENCE: Memory Cafe (Virtual)

A welcoming, judgment-free zone for those with Alzheimer’s or some other form of dementia or other brain disorders.

1st Tuesday of the month

11 a.m., via Zoom, AgeSpan, 280 Merrimack St #400

Register for the link: Lynn Brennan, 978-946-1368 / lbrennon@agespan.org

HAMPSTEAD: Nonfiction Book Club

Currently discussing “The Monster of Florence” by Douglas Preston with Mario Spezi

1 p.m., Hampstead Public Library, Mary E. Clark Drive

Information: 603-329-6411 / www.HampsteadLibrary.org

METHUEN: Mahjong

Meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month

Not sure how to play? Maybe it’s been a while? Don’t worry! This is a friendly game and we will do our best to match people of similar skill.

1-3 p.m., Nevin’s Library, 305 Broadway

Info: 978-686-4080 / www.nevinslibrary.org

HAMPSTEAD: International Take Out Dinner

The menu includes French-Canadian Toutière Meat Pie, Armenian Pakhlava, Irish Stew and Soda Bread, German Sauerbraten, Jewish Matzo Ball Chicken Soup, and more.

Pickup: 4-6:30pm, St. Christopher’s, East Road

Cost: $20 for a plate of four items of your choice. You can add more items for $5 each.

Order: 603-329-4674 / www.stchristophersnh.org. Must be ordered by Tuesday 25th October.

HAVERHILL: Teen Crafternoon (ages 6-12)

Today is Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead! Celebrate and learn more about the holiday by making a skull mask!

4-5 p.m., Haverhill Public Library, 99 Main Street

Please register: 978-373-1586 / www.haverhillpl.org

HAVERHILL: Grief support for children (ages 6-15)

4:15-5:30 p.m., High Pointe House, 360 North Ave

Registration required: 978-552-4510 / www.merrimackvalleyhospice.org

HAMPSTEAD: Presentation on NH’s Adult Protection Act

How to create a protection alert, how the protection investigation process works and what protection services are and more.

4:30 p.m., Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive

Information: 603-329-6411 / www.HampsteadLibrary.org

HAVERHILL: The Digital SAT: What you need to know (virtual)

Find out what is changing or not changing on the SAT® and what a digital SAT® means for you!

5-6 p.m., via Zoom, Haverhill Public Library, 99 Main Street

Register for the link: 978-373-1586 / www.haverhillpl.org

LAWRENCE: Support Group for Nurses (Virtual)

For caregivers caring for people with memory loss

1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month

5:30-7:00 p.m., via Zoom, AgeSpan, 280 Merrimack St #400

Register for the link: Cindy Hession Richard, chession@agespan.org

DERRY: Genealogy Series (Virtual)

Find your ancestors from the Civil War.

6-7 p.m., via Zoom, Derry Public Library, 64 E. Broadway

Register for the link: 603-432-6140 / www.derrypl.org

DERRY: Knitting/crocheting meeting

Don’t miss their first meeting! Bring a project to work on or help knit/crochet hats, mittens and scarves for children in the community.

6-7:30 p.m., Derry Public Library, 64 E Broadway

Registration required: 603-432-6140 / www.derrpl.org

HAMPSTEAD: Forty-five for fun

Tuesday to 29.11

For free; Donations very welcome

6-9 p.m., Hampstead Congregational Church, Hadley Hall, 61 Main Street

DERRY: Popular History Book Group (virtual)

6:30-7:30 p.m., via Zoom, Derry Public Library, 64 E Broadway

Register for the link: 603-432-6140 / www.derrpl.org

HAVERHILL: Understand your cat

meet dr Rachel Geller, Certified Cat Behaviorist, and she will answer all of these questions and more. Bring these cat behavior questions with you!

6:30-7:30 p.m., Haverhill Public Library, 99 Main Street

Register for the link: 978-373-1586 / www.haverhillpl.org

HAVERHILL: Storytelling with Patrick (virtual)

Tuesdays

6:30 p.m., via Zoom, The Arc of GHN, 57 Wingate Street

Register for the link: after@thearchofghn.org

ANDOVER: program for floral design

Designer Keelia Otten will demonstrate floral arrangements and create half a dozen floral designs that will be raffled off at the end of the programme.

7 p.m., South Church, 41 Central Street

Cost: $10 donation requested

Info: www.heliosfloral.com

WEDNESDAY 2 NOVEMBER

DERRY: NH Humanities, the Founding Fathers: What were they thinking?

Richard Hess examines the ‘Founders’, the problems they faced and the solutions they built into the ‘Founders’

Constitution. Hosted by Amoskeag Mills Questers.

Free and open to the public.

10 a.m., Marion Gerrish Community Center, 39 West Broadway

About: 603-434-8673

GROVELAND: Italian Talk Group

Do you speak Italian or would you like to? This group is entering their 5th year together. Members speak Italian at different levels/no rating. The more the better!

3-4 p.m., Langley-Adams Library, 185 Main Street

Info: 978-372-1732 / www.langleyadamslib.org

DERRY: Helping children manage their emotions (ages 3-12)

Learn strategies to help you and your child deal with strong feelings.

6-8 p.m., The Upper Room, 36 Tsienneto Road

Register: Beth, 603-437-8477, ext. 124

Info: www.urteachers.org

DERRY: Raising Teens Group (Virtual)

Wednesdays

6-7pm, via Zoom, The Upper Room, 36 Tsienneto Road

Register for the link: 603-437-8477, ext. 114 / www.urteachers.org

DERRY: Skiing in New Hampshire

Skiing is big in NH, but have you ever wondered how it all started? Professor E. John B. Allen trawls through history, from the Dartmouth Outing Club to the Cannon Mountain Tramway—and lots of snow, of course.

6:30 p.m., Derry Public Library, 64 E Broadway

Info: 603-432-6140 / www.derrypl.org

LAWRENCE: English Roundtable

Círculo de conversación virtual en inglés / Virtual English Conversation Circle

Every Wednesday

6:30-7:45 p.m., via Zoom, Lawrence Free Library, 51 Lawrence Street

Register for the link: chrissye.s@gmail.com

For more information: 978-620-3600 / www.lawrencefreelibrary.org

METHUEN: Adult Scrabble Club

Meets every other Wednesday

All levels of competition are welcome.

6:30-8:30 p.m., Nevin’s Library, 305 Broadway

Info: 978-686-4080 / www.nevinslibrary.org

ANDOVER: Going to Extremes: Travel Adventures (Virtual)

Join journalist Peter Mandel for a chat about some of his most extreme travel experiences.

7 p.m., via Zoom, Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main Street

Register for the link: 978-623-8400 / www.mhl.org

ANDOVER: Nonfiction group

1st Wednesday of the month

This month’s pick is We are Market Basket: The Story of the Unlikely Grassroots Movement That Saved a Beloved Business by Daniel Korshun.

7-8 p.m., Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main Street

Info: 978-623-8400 / www.mhl.org

NORTH ANDOVER: Cookbook Club

1st Wednesday of the month

Currently discussing As Cooked On TikTok by Emily Stephenson. Everyone is encouraged to bring a dish from the book to share and we will eat as we discuss this month’s book.

7-8 p.m., Stevens Memorial Library, 345 Main Street

Info: 978-688-9505 / www.stevensmemlib.org

THURSDAY 3 NOVEMBER

ANDOVER: Blood Pressure Clinic

thursdays

10-11:30 a.m., The Robb Center, 30 Whittier Ct

About: 978-623-8320 / www.andoverma.gov/elder-services

ANDOVER: Dull Men’s Club

No conditions, no skills required. Join a group of men to enjoy and discuss the simple, everyday things.

10 a.m., Robb Center, 30 Whittier Court

About: 978-623-8320 / www.andoverma.gov/elder-services

GROVELAND: REAL ID program

Seniors interested in attending should bring identification to the event, including proof of date of birth, proof of social security number, and proof of Massachusetts residency.

10 a.m., Public Safety Room, Groveland Fire Station, 181 Main Street

Info: https://grovelandma.com/news

HAVERHILL: Merrimack Valley Self Direction Networking Group (Virtual)

Meets every first Thursday of the month

12-1 p.m., via Zoom, The Arc of GHN, 57 Wingate Street, Suite 301

Register for the link: 978-373-0552 / www.thearcofghn.org

NORTH ANDOVER: Monthly screening

“Dog”

1 p.m., Senior Center, 120R Main Street

Information: 978-688-9560 / www.northandoverma.gov

HAVERHILL: Haverhill waterfront

Take a free educational walk along the river through downtown and across the river to Bradford and learn about the natural and human history of the waterway and the challenges and opportunities the watershed faces today.

3-4:30 p.m., meet at Washington Square Transit Center

Registration required: 978-655-4742 / www.merrimack.org

DERRY: New Hampshire on skis

Skiing is big in NH, but have you ever wondered how it all started? Professor E. John B. Allen combs through history.

6:30 p.m., Derry Public Library, 64 E Broadway

Info: 603-432-6140 / www.derrypl.org

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