Arts ’n Kids musical theater starts next week

Posted Oct. 30, 2008, at 8:18 p.m.
Last modified March 20, 2011, at 5:57 a.m.

Once again, reports Karen Hartnagle, Community Health and Counseling Services is sponsoring an after-school program in musical theater for children 8 to 11 in collaboration with Maine Discovery Museum on Main Street in Bangor.

Arts ’n Kids at the museum will begin Tuesday, Hartnagle wrote of the program for which preregistration is required.

The program for this Arts ’n Kids session will be songs and dances from the play “Annie.”

Arts ’n Kids consists of four six-week sessions, Hartnagle explained, with each session made up of two classes a week, meeting from 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.

A child can sign up for one six-week session or more, Hartnagle said of the program taught by A.J. Mooney and Andrea Stark.

The fee is $50 for each six-week program, but to ensure that all who want to can participate, scholarships are available.

To register, or receive more information, call the museum at 262-7200.

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Corky Pinette of Patten invites you to a Harvest bazaar, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, in Watson Hall at Church of the Good Shepherd, 116 Main St., Houlton.

The sale features food, crafts, jewelry, a white elephant sale and a quilt raffle.

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., enjoy a turkey pie luncheon while listening to live jazz courtesy of The Music Men.

The meal cost is $6.50 for adults, $4 for children under 12.

For more information, call Joan Logan, 532-4196, or Frannie Grant, 532-3906.

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Michael Reisman e-mailed that Poor Boy’s Gourmet Restaurant will hold a benefit for the Beth C. Wright Cancer Re-source Center on Saturday at the Bar Harbor restaurant.

It will be the last night Poor Boy’s is open for the season, Reisman said, adding that the business will donate 100 percent of its profits that evening to the center’s annual fund drive.

For this event, you are asked to pay for your meal by cash or local check.

Reservations are suggested, and may be made by calling 288-4148.

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Courtney Harvey invites you to “come soak your feet and do some holiday shopping” with The Body Shop At Home, 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, at Between Friends Dance Studio, Brewer.

Tickets are $3. All proceeds benefit the Next Generation Dance Team to help it enter “competitions, travel to see live dance performance, and be part of the December Festival of Lights Parade” in Bangor, Harvey wrote.

The fundraiser features prizes, auctions and raffles.

For information, e-mail wcharvey@verizon.net or smsheas@hotmail.com.

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The first Saturday of each month, now through April, is when you can enjoy the East Sangerville Grange Coffeehouse series, reports master of ceremonies Alan Bray.

Opening the season is blues guitarist Mark “Guitar” Miller, at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, at the Grange.

Admission is $10, in advance, $12 at the door, and tickets are available at Mr. Paperback in Dover-Foxcroft and at Hudson Avenue Florists in Guilford.

During the afternoon, before this month’s coffeehouse, you can start your holiday shopping at the East Sangerville Grange craft fair.

For more information, call Bray at 564-2722.

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Rhonda Young, committee chair for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program for the Bangor Elks Lodge, reports that rental space is still available and vendors are welcome at its craft fair-flea market, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9, rain or shine, at 108 Odlin Road in Bangor.

Table rentals are $25. You may obtain more information by calling Young at 942-2718 or Steven Grant at 942-6977.

Young said all money raised for this charity stays in Maine. The Maine Elks Association has been supporting the program since 1985, having raised more than $1 million to help Maine children with cancer.

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CHISPA, a nonprofit Spanish cultural group, will hold a fundraising Halloween costume dance from 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2, at Thistle’s Restaurant, 175 Exchange St., Bangor. CHISPA is working toward the goal of opening its own center in Bangor to “provide a gathering place for people who enjoy speaking Spanish and-or are of Hispanic descent,” reports my co-worker Pete Warner,

Admission is $15, and information or tickets are available by calling CHISPA president and Thistle’s co-owner Maria Rave at 945-5840.

A prize will be awarded for the best costume, a cash bar will be available, and light hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Joni Averill, Bangor Daily News, P.O. Box 1329, Bangor 04402; javerill@bangordailynews.net; 990-8288.

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