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April 24, 2016 - garden totes

Sunday, Apr 24

The Rockoholics in concert, 3 p.m. during a Methuen Village Assisted Living and Memory Support Community, 4 Gleason St. The opening is open to a public. Call 978-685-2220 for details.

Monday, Apr 25

Annual Town Meeting, 7 p.m. during a Bagnall Elementary School, 253 School St., Groveland. Hear from selectmen, financial cabinet members, house members and neighbors. 

Monday Movie, noon at a Groveland Town Hall, 183 Main St. See a screening of “Heart of a Sea,” starring Chris Hemsworth and Cillian Murphy. Call 978-372-1101 to haven a seat.  

Foam Fun for Everyone, 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Register children in kindergarten by category 5 for froth and paper crafting. The library has some froth and paper kits that can be put together simply and some froth that participants contingency pattern themselves. Staff members don’t design to manipulate a children for a full time, though they are acquire to stay in a children’s room as prolonged as they can thoroughness on a activity and have a good time. Younger children might need help. Go to kimballlibrary.com or call 603-362-5234 for some-more information.

Free Adult Beginner Tennis Lessons, 9 a.m. at Cedardale Health Fitness, 931 Boston Road, Haverhill. The lessons will be taught by USPTA approved tennis professionals and embody balls and racquets. Participants will accept information about Cedardale’ s arriving four-week starter tennis package and get a 50 percent bonus off a starter package. The lessons are open to members and nonmembers. Advanced registration is required. Call 978-373-1596, ext. 129 or email sideman@cedardale-health.net to register. Visit cedardale-health.net for details.  

Tuesday, April 26 

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org.

Tuesday Afternoon Movie, 1 p.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. This afternoon’s film will be “Trumbo.” Arrive early for a best chair and indulge in popcorn. For some-more information, go to kimballlibrary.com or call 603-362-5234.

“What DNA Can Reveal About Your Ancestry,” 6:30 p.m. in a Great Hall during Methuen City Hall, 41 Pleasant St. Jeffrey Carpenter, a revisit techer on a extend of DNA, will give a presentation. Carpenter will speak about DNA resources like Ancestry DNA and 123youandme and how DNA is being used to establish people’s ethnicity and matches to intensity cousins. This free program is partial of Methuen Historical Society’s second ancestral series titled, “Discovering your Genealogy,” that is destined during assisting people with their research. The module is upheld in partial by a extend from a Methuen Cultural Council, a internal organisation upheld by a Massachusetts Cultural Council. Call 978-683-2252 to haven a chair or visit methuenhistoricalsociety.org for some-more information.

Jocko’s Jazz: The Paul Broadnax Trio, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

American Red Cross Blood Drive, 3 to 8 p.m. during a Sacred Hearts School, 31 South Chestnut St., Bradford. Donated blood is perishable and contingency constantly be replenished to keep adult with sanatorium studious need. Red blood cells are a blood member many frequently transfused by hospitals and contingency be used within 42 days of donation. Donors with all blood forms are needed, generally those with forms O, A disastrous and B negative. Whole blood can be donated any 56 days, adult to 6 times a year, and double red cells might be donated any 112 days, adult to 3 times per year. To make an appointment to give blood, revisit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Singer/guitarist Howie Newman, 1 p.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. Sponsored by a Methuen Arts Lottery. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Crafting a Treasure Chest, 10:30 a.m. at the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Decorate unfinished value chests to take home. Geared for children ages 2 to 6. Registration is compulsory as there is a specific volume of chests. For some-more information or to register, call 603-362-5234 or visit kimballlibrary.com.

“Get In The Game” Cupcake Wars, 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. at the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Open to grades 4 to 12. Each member contingency ready 6 undecorated cupcakes before to a eventuality and move all of a decorating collection and haven to a library. Participants will have 30 mins to adorn all of their cupcakes during a event. Two of a cupcakes will be used for judging, a other apportionment will be common with other contestants and judges. Cupcakes will be judged on appearance, taste, creativity, purify hire and presentation. Participants might make any deteriorate of cupcake desired, though contingency stay within a thesis of a event, “Get In The Game,” in expectation of summer reading events. The personality will get a “sweet” prize. Parents, this is for kids and ostensible to be fun and not rarely competitive. The t/weens are approaching to do their possess baking and decorating. This eventuality is in partnership with Bre’s Ice Creamery. Call 603-362-5234 or visit kimballlibrary.com to register or for some-more details.

“The Reiki Way,” 9 to 11 a.m. at a Groveland Town Hall, 183 Main St. Schedule a half hour eventuality with Barbara Wyrocki, Reiki master practitioner, for $5. Heal oneself physically, mentally and emotionally. Registration is required. Call 978-372-1101 to register.

Senior Fitness Circuit with Susan Tribble, noon to 1 p.m. at a Groveland Town Hall, 183 Main St. In this program, formed on Silver Sneakers, participants will use weights, soothing balls and tubing to go by a circuit of strength, balance, coherence and light cardio. The exercises can be finished while seated or hire and a apparatus can be purchased inexpensively. There is a $5 drop-in fee. Call 978-372-1101 or check out grovelandma.com (COA can be found underneath “Town Departments”). 

Tuesdays through April 26

Grief Support Group for Men, in a Griffin-White assembly room during Merrimack Valley Hospice House, 360 North Ave., Haverhill. Offered by Merrimack Valley Hospice, the support organisation is designed to yield a protected place and a bargain sourroundings for organisation to share their use and feelings, and to learn about a lamentation process. It will be led by specifically lerned facilitators, Michael Cooper and Richard Davis, and thoroughness on a issues specific to organisation who have mislaid a desired one. For some-more information or to register, call 978-552-4537 or visit merrimackvalleyhospice.org.

Wednesday, April 27

The Atrium Concert Series: Lunchtime Jazz, noon during a Rogers Center for a Arts during Merrimack College, 315 Turnpike St., North Andover. Relax and suffer some of a best jazz musicians around on a open afternoon. A giveaway elementary lunch will be provided, or congregation can move their own. Admission is free. Visit merrimack.edu to learn more.

“Gmail, Yahoo and Hotmail Basics,” 1 p.m. during a Nevins Memorial Library, 305 Broadway, Methuen. Three of a many renouned web-based email services, Gmail, Yahoo and Hotmail, will be covered. From attaching files to replying to mixed people, this category will learn all of a tricks. Participants might move their laptop or devices. For evident help, try a library’s one-on-one tech assistance sessions, permitted Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday or by appointment. For some-more information or to register, go to nevinslibrary.org (under “Calendar of Events”) or call 978-686-4080, ext. 12. 

Program on a Nantucket Lightship/LV-112, 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. during a Langley-Adams Library, 185 Main St., Groveland. Anyone who enjoyed a book and/or a film “The Finest Hours,” will conclude this program. Bob Mannino, boss of a Lightship Museum, will speak about this famous lightship. Artifacts and a indication of a boat will be on arrangement during a library commencement in mid-March by mid-April. The module is free, though registration is requested. To register, go to langleyadamslib.org or call 978-372-1732. 

Mark Stanzler to perform, 2 p.m. during a Methuen Village Assisted Living and Memory Support Community, 4 Gleason St. The opening is open to a public. For some-more information, call 978-685-2220.

Foxwoods Casino Trip, leaving promptly during 7 a.m. from a Park Ride hire on Pelham Street in Methuen. Through the Methuen Activity Center. The cost is $27 per person. For some-more information or to haven a seat, call 978-983-8825.

Veterans Expo, 2 to 5 p.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. All veterans and their families are acquire and speedy to attend. Many area agencies will be on-hand to yield information per a advantages permitted to veterans and their families. Invited guest include: Methuen Department of Veterans Affairs, Methuen Assessors Office, ValleyWorks Career Center, Bedford VA Hospital, Lowell Veterans Center, Northern Essex Community College, Elder Services of Merrimack Valley, Methuen American Legion Post 122, Career Resources Corporation, and Veterans Northeast Outreach Center. Additional informational booths to be added. To learn more, call 978-983-8825.

DIY T/ween T-shirt Book Bags, 6:30 p.m. at the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Students in grades 4 to 12 are invited to make T-shirt totes. Participants contingency move during slightest one T-shirt that will be vast adequate for books (although some-more T-shirts might be needed), fabric scissors, embellishments (safety pins, hack beads, ribbon, etc.), and friends. Registration is compulsory for this program. For some-more information or to register, call 603-362-5234 or visit kimballlibrary.com.

Student Recital, 2 p.m. in a Timken Room during Graves Hall, Phillips Academy campus, 180 Main St., Andover. Presented by a Phillips Academy Music Department, a opening will underline students in solo works. Christopher Walter is a imagination coordinator. This unison is giveaway and open to a public. To learn more, call 978-749-4260 or email music@andover.edu.

Thursday, Apr 28

Story Hour in a Garden, 10 to 11 a.m. at the Stevens-Coolidge Place, 137 Andover St., North Andover. Preschoolers and their adult caregivers are invited to hear a story, make a qualification and try a gardens. Presented by The Trustees. Arrive a few mins early to check-in. Preregistration is not necessary. All children contingency be accompanied by an adult. The cost is $5 for member children, $10 for nonmember children and giveaway for adults. For details, visit thetrustees.org/things-to-do.

The Trustee Gardener Series, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Stevens-Coolidge Place, 137 Andover St., North Andover. Join Kevin Block, “Trustee gardener” superintendent and horticulturalist, for a program, “Getting Your Garden Ready Walk and Talk.” Attendees will get an in-depth debate behind a scenes of a estate’s hothouse and gardens, learn about propagation methods, hothouse use, and other procedures for scheming one’s garden for a successful season. Space is limited; preregistration is required. Presented by The Trustees. The cost is $28 for members and $35 for nonmembers. Space is limited; preregistration is required. Register online during thetrustees.org/things-to-do. Call 978-356-4351, ext. 4020 or email cshortliffe@thetrustees.org for some-more information.

“Take ‘n Bake,” 3 or 6 p.m. (not both) at the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Two times for a same activity will be charity so that some-more kids can attend. Participants will use a elementary recipe for “Snickerpoodles” to combine, take home, and bake. Bring an apron if one is permitted and emanate some pleasant treats. Call 603-362-5234 to register or go to kimballlibrary.com. Residents will have priority. 

“Kidz Coloring and Painting,” between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Register a tiny ones for a coloring and portrayal time. Children are acquire to stay as prolonged as they can thoroughness on a activity. There will be a preference of paint kits and a lot of conflicting pages to name from. Register online at kimballlibrary.com or call 603-362-5234. 

Friends’ Coffee Time, 9 to 10 a.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825. 

Annual Student Arts Expo and Band Concert, during Central Catholic High School, 300 Hampshire St., Lawrence. Several floors and galleries of a propagandize will vaunt a different accumulation of tyro art forms in photography, pencil and colourless drawings, paintings in watercolors and oils, as good as 3-D art pieces and sculptures. The Student Arts Expo will start during 5 p.m. The CCHS Concert Band, Jazz Band, Flute Choir and Percussion Ensemble, underneath a instruction of Eric Blackman, strain and rope director, will perform in a school’s Allan B. Rogers Theatre during 7 p.m. A far-reaching accumulation of strain from Michael Jackson to Leonard Bernstein compositions from both cinema and Broadway party will be among a selections. The art expo and opening are giveaway and open to a public. 

Friday, Apr 29

GLCAC Heroes in Action annual fundraiser, during a Andover Country Club, 60 Canterbury St. This year, a Greater Lawrence Community Action Council has selected to respect Stephen Bryant, boss of Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, as their “Hero in Action.” The dusk will embody a cocktail reception, wordless auction, cooking and awards presentation. If meddlesome in sponsorship opportunities or to benefaction to a wordless auction, email tchalifour@glcac.org or call 978-620-4706. 

American Red Cross Blood Drive, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. during Lawrence General Hospital, 1 General St. Donated blood is perishable and contingency constantly be replenished to keep adult with sanatorium studious need. Red blood cells are a blood member many frequently transfused by hospitals and contingency be used within 42 days of donation. Donors with all blood forms are needed, generally those with forms O, A disastrous and B negative. Whole blood can be donated any 56 days, adult to 6 times a year, and double red cells might be donated any 112 days, adult to 3 times per year. To make an appointment to give blood, revisit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Organ Recital, 8 p.m. at Christ Church, 33 Central St., Andover. Philip Brisson, executive of strain and organist during a Cathedral of a Assumption in Louisville, Kentucky, will be a guest performer. The module will underline a strain of Cesar Franck, Dan Locklair, Johann Sebastian Bach, Charles-Marie Widor and J. Christopher Pardini. A usurpation will follow a recital. Admission is $15, $10 for students and seniors, $35 for families. Call 978-475-0529 or visit christchurchandover.org for details. 

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Senior Recital, 7:30 p.m. in a Timken Room during Graves Hall, Phillips Academy campus, 180 Main St., Andover. JongHo Park, cello, will perform works by Francoeur, Schubert, Popper, and Chopin. All are acquire to attend this giveaway concert. For some-more information, call 978-749-4260 or email music@andover.edu.

April 29 or 30

Fairy Tale Scavenger Hunt, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Drop in to hunt for blank treasures via a library. Guess a stories from a clues and acquire a warn for one’s unequivocally possess happily ever after. Check out kimballlibrary.com for some-more information or call 603-362-5234 if there are any questions.

Saturday, Apr 30

Mass Aggie Seminar, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during a Smolak Farm, 315 South Bradford St., North Andover. Jon Clements of UMass Extension will lead a convention on planting a 100-square-foot, 25-tree, five-variety backyard apple orchard fruiting wall. This eventuality is partial of a Mass Aggie Seminars, a array of hands-on workshops on home gardening topics. Workshop participants will spend some time indoors articulate about siting, variety, rootstock selection, planting and annual caring (including harassment management) of a apple fruiting wall. Participants will afterwards go outside and indeed plant a orchard from start to finish including site preparation, fertilization, pruning and tree support. There will be a mangle for participants to suffer a bring-your-own lunch or squeeze lunch during a farmers’ market. Participants should dress reasonably for potentially wet, cold and murky conditions during a outside apportionment of a workshop. The cost is $100. For some-more information or to register, revisit ag.umass.edu/fruit/mass-aggie-seminars-2016.

World Tai Chi and Qigong Day, 10 to 11 a.m., during a Yoga Room, Village Sq. Plaza, 2nd FL, 472 Rte. 111, Hampstead. Come disencumber your joints and kindly widen muscles with Qigong, afterwards use a Tai Chi slow-motion method for many health benefits. Admission is free, though registration is requested. To register or for some-more information, email HealthUp@comcast.net, call 603-382-0464 or revisit HealingBalance.net.

Children’s Gardening Workshop, 4 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday and 10 to 11 a.m. on Saturday during the Stevens-Coolidge Place, 137 Andover St., North Andover. The convention will start with a story time by Susan Grigsby, who will review from her book, “First Peas to a Table.” Children, ages 6 to 9, will learn about planting and progressing a pea plant. During a workshop, participants will plant their possess pea seeds, adorn their pea pot, learn how to caring for their plant, and emanate a biography to guard their plant’s growth, usually like a students in a story. All children contingency be accompanied by an adult. Space is limited; preregistration is required. Presented by The Trustees. The cost is $9 for member children, $15 for nonmember children, giveaway for adults. Register online during thetrustees.org/things-to-do. Call 978-356-4351, ext. 4020 or email cshortliffe@thetrustees.org if there are questions.

“Smuttynose Murders: You Be a Judge,” 11 a.m. during a Kingston Community Library, 2 Library Lane. Presented by North East Paranormal Associates and a library. In 1873, murder on Smuttynose Island in a Isles of Shoals repelled a world. But who unequivocally committed these crimes? What do a contribution say? Bob McDermott, historian and paranormal specialist, and Debbie Raymond, author, penetrating medium/spiritual advisor, will give a harangue and leave a outcome in a audience’s hands. This module is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, go to kingston-library.org or call 603-642-3521 if there are any questions. 

Senior Recital, 7:30 p.m. in a Timken Room during Graves Hall, Phillips Academy campus, 180 Main St., Andover. Angela Tang, violin, will perform works by Bernstein, Prokofiev, Kreisler, and Brahms. This unison is giveaway and open to a public. For details, call 978-749-4260 or email music@andover.edu.

Spring Breakfast Buffet, 7 to 10 a.m. in Fellowship Hall at West Parish Church, 129 Reservation Road, Andover. The all-you-can-eat breakfast will embody scrambled and boiled eggs, french toast, ham, bacon, sausage, muffins and doughnuts. Enjoy unconstrained cups of coffee, milk, extract and time spent with friends and neighbors. “May Baskets” will also be permitted for purchase. Admission is $8 for adults, $4 for children 4 and up. The Women’s Evening Circle of West Parish Church is sponsoring a breakfast. Call 978-475-3528 or check out westparishchurch.org for details.

April 30 and May 1

Northeast Sea Glass Expo, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday during a Ashworth Hotel, 295 Ocean Blvd., Hampton. Admission is $5. Hourly raffles will advantage a Molly Fund. For some-more information, email thenortheastseaglassexpo@gmail.com or call 603-918-6237.

Through April

Spring Art Exhibit, at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Works by a students from Jackie Cunningham’s oil portrayal category are adult for observation on a library walls. The featured artists embody Carol Boudreau, Linda Balut, Linda Bourassa, Cynthia Buchan, Dorothy Kantola, Sylvia Markell and Grace Frittitta. Drop by and take a demeanour during the landscapes and still lifes. All are welcome. Check out kimballlibrary.com for some-more information or call 603-362-5234.

Sunday, May 1

Merrimack Valley Philharmonic Orchestra in concert, 2:30 p.m. at a Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 50 Bartlet St., Andover. Robert Sheena, English horn, will be a featured performer. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for comparison adults and students, and $5 for children. For some-more or to squeeze tickets, visit mvpomusic.org or call 978-685-3505. 

Free Concert Series, 4 p.m. during Corpus Christi Parish during Holy Rosary Church, 35 Essex St., Lawrence. The New England Classical Singers, with David Hodgkins, artistic director, will perform a preference of works by George Frideric Handel. Terri Kelley is a artistic executive of a unison series, that is presented by a Friends of a Lawrence Public Library, and upheld by a Catherine McCarthy Memorial Trust. For some-more information, revisit lawrencefreelibrary.org or call 978-683-8222.  

Swing Into Spring Jazz Brunch, 11 a.m. during a Andover Country Club, 60 Canterbury St. Help The Professional Center for Child Development raise critical supports to continue to yield effective programs and services to children experiencing developmental delays, disabilities and formidable medical conditions. This year’s fundraiser will underline a wordless auction, buffet, live strain by The Jazz Disciples, and surprises. Tickets are $70 and are on sale now. Donations of benefaction auction apparatus are welcome; sponsorship opportunities will be permitted until April 24. Make checks payable to PCCD. For some-more information, call 978-475-3806, ext. 220, email cberthelsen@theprofessionalcenter.org and revisit theprofessionalcenter.org for tickets.

Jon Hen Art Show, at UnchARTed Art Gallery in Lowell. The artist is from Lawrence. Check out https://www.facebook.com/UnchARTed-202386856448988/ or email Unchartedlowell@gmail.com for details.

“Robert Frost Light and Dark,” 2 p.m. during Washington Hall, 101 Washington St., Groveland. The Groveland Historical Society will benefaction J.T. Turner’s acclaimed, strange one-man show. Attendees will hear a stories behind Frost’s work, a tragedy as good as a humor, as Turner shares some of his many renouned poems, including “Mending Wall,” “Birches,” “Nothing Gold Can Stay,” “Road Not Taken” and “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.” Tickets are $10; 100 are permitted from chronological multitude members, a Groveland Town Clerk’s Office, Langley-Adams Library and during city events. For some-more information, call 978-376-6779 or email clairew1401 aol.com

First Saturday Devotions, during St. Patrick Church in Pelham. Mass will start during 8 a.m., followed by a crowning of a Blessed Mother, and a rosary during 8:30 a.m. A pot aptness breakfast with brotherhood will be hold afterward. Women of all ages are welcome. Adoration and Divine Mercy Chaplet will be permitted before a Mass during 7:30 a.m. in a categorical church. For some-more information, call 603-930-6436 or email WomenOfMaryNH@yahoo.com.

Senior Recital, 3 p.m. in a Timken Room during Graves Hall, Phillips Academy campus, 180 Main St., Andover. Sara Luzuriaga, Margot Shang and Fiona Yonkman, will perform works by Caccini, Quilter, Barber, Fauré, Debussy, Bizet, Gershwin, Schumann, Luzuriaga, and others. This unison is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, call 978-749-4260 or email music@andover.edu.

Monday, May 2

Town Elections, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. during Groveland Town Hall, 183 Main St. The final day to register is Tuesday, Apr 12. Call a city clerk during 978-556-7200, ext. 7221 for some-more information.

May 2 by Jun 15

Yoga Classes for Adults, Mondays and/or Wednesdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Pelham Senior Citizens Center, 8 Nashua Road. The classes are being led by approved instructor Heidi Weishaar. Participants should move a building pad and H2O bottle. The Pelham Parks and Recreation Department, 6 Village Green, is usurpation registrations for ages 18 to 98. Registration is required. Forms can be printed from pelhamweb.com/recreation and mailed in or forsaken off with a check. Registration might also be finished online during webtrac.pelhamweb.com. Email recreation@pelhamweb.com or call 603-635-2721 with any questions. Open to residents and nonresidents alike. 

Tuesday, May 3

Greater Lawrence Italian Women’s Club meeting, at the Andover Country Club, 60 Canterbury St. Includes a annual extend endowment program. For some-more information, call 978-682-7453.

“Finding your Ancestors in Census/Military and Naturalization Records,” 6:30 p.m. in a Great Hall during Methuen City Hall, 41 Pleasant St. These annals are mostly ignored in ancestral research. All have potentially critical information and yield keys to family information and where people came from. This eventuality will be led by Shari Strahan who is a genealogist and historian who specializes in New England research. This free program is partial of Methuen Historical Society’s second ancestral series titled, “Discovering your Genealogy,” that is destined during assisting people with their research. The module is upheld in partial by a extend from a Methuen Cultural Council, a internal organisation upheld by a Massachusetts Cultural Council. Call 978-683-2252 to haven a chair or visit methuenhistoricalsociety.org for some-more information.

Tuesday Afternoon Movie, 1 p.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. “Joy” will be a featured film; popcorn will be served. Visit kimballlibrary.com or call 603-362-5234 for some-more information. 

Jocko’s Jazz: Vocalist Rebecca Parris, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Parris will perform with The Brad Hatfield Trio. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

May 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31

Senior Fire Academy, 10 to 11:30 a.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. Learn a story of a Methuen Fire Department, a apparatus and uses, ambulance and glow apparatus, as good as home safety. Participants will take a debate of a glow dialect before graduation. Space is limited; registration is required. Call 978-983-8825 to enroll in a program. 

Tuesdays, May 3 to 24

Spring Youth Golf Lessons, 5 to 6 p.m. at a Windham Country Club, 1 Country Club Road. Offered by a Pelham Parks and Recreation Department, a lessons are for boys and girls, ages 7 to 17, and are open to residents and nonresidents. The one-hour lessons will highlight a skills of a diversion in a fun and severe sourroundings designed to get a best out of any participant. Space is limited; initial come, initial served. Bring a bar or steal one from a club; no apparatus needed. These lessons are designed for beginners and golfers with experience. Participants contingency yield their possess transportation; relatives are acquire to wait during a golf course. The cost is $65 per player. Register online during https://webtrac.pelhamweb.com, finish a form during a parks and distraction office, or imitation a form from pelhamweb.com/recreation and mail it in with a check. Email recreation@pelhamweb.com with any questions or call 603-635-2721.

May 3 and Jun 7

Free Loss of a Parent Workshops, 6 to 8 p.m. during Merrimack Valley Hospice House, 360 North Ave., Haverhill. Merrimack Valley Hospice is charity a workshops for adults who have gifted a detriment of a parent. Both workshops will be facilitated by counselors Lois Marra and Nancy Thornton. Participants are encouraged, though not required, to attend both workshops. These workshops are is designed to assistance participants know a grief process, share their experiences, and support any other in a facilitated environment. Sessions are tailored to accommodate a group’s needs and will cover many disproportion topics including grief, detriment and healing. Call 978-552-4510 to register or for some-more information. 

Tuesdays, May 3 to Jun 28

Total Body Strength and Sculpt Classes, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Pelham Senior Citizens Center, 8 Nashua Road. The practice classes, for all levels, are designed to strengthen, carve and tinge any flesh organisation utilizing giveaway weights, insurgency bands and one’s possess physique weight. Certified aptness instructor, Sue O’Maley, will lead a classes. Participants should move their possess mat, H2O bottle, and good bargain sneakers; weights and insurgency bands are optional. Open to teenagers and adults (16 and up); the cost is $80 per person. Make checks payable to Town of Pelham. Register during a Pelham Parks and Recreation bureau during 6 Village Green or imitation a form from pelhamweb.com/recreation. Registration and remuneration might be finished online during webtrac.pelhamweb.com. Space is limited; initial come, initial served. Email recreation@pelhamweb.com or call 603-635-2721 with any questions.

Wednesday, May 4 

Aroma-Color-Sound Therapy Class, 6:15 to 8 p.m. at Timberlane Regional High School, 36 Greenough Road, Plaistow. Come and relax by requesting 100 percent pristine therapeutic-grade essential oils on any chakra, total with Tibetan singing bowls analogous tones, and compared tone therapy, along with meditations, for a contentment of a body, mind and spirit. The $25 price includes a hand-out and an essential oil to take home. Taught by a high school’s Adult Education Program. To register or for details, email HealthUp@comcast.net, call 603-382-0464 or revisit HealingBalance.net

“Social Security” program, 1 p.m. during the Nevins Memorial Library, 305 Broadway, Methuen. Marilenin Vasquez, open affairs dilettante with a Social Security Administration, will benefaction a module on Social Security, including how to use a new “My Social Security Account.” Vasquez serves as a Social Security Administration’s orator for North of Boston and a state of New Hampshire. She has worked for a SSA administering Social Security disability, retirement and Medicare programs for some-more than 10 years. Register online during nevinslibrary.org (under calendar of events) or call 978-686-4080, ext. 12. 

May 4 and June 13

New to Medicare Workshops, 1:30 to 4 p.m. during Community Crossroads (second floor), 8 Commerce Drive, Atkinson. ServiceLink of Rockingham County is sponsoring a workshops. Those new to Medicare or who are formulation to go on Medicare in a subsequent few months are speedy to attend. The basement of Medicare Parts A B, Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (Part D), Medicare Supplemental Plans, Medicare Advantage Plans, and Preventing Medicare Fraud and Abuse will be reviewed. Space is limited. Call 603-893-9769 for some-more information and to haven a spot. 

May 4, 18, Jun 1 and 15

Teen Tech Mentoring program, 3 to 5 p.m. during a Nesmith Library, 8 Fellows Road, Windham. This module offers assistance to teenagers looking for assistance sourroundings adult new inclination (iPad, cellphones, laptops); substantiating online accounts (email, amicable media); training common applications (Word, Publisher, Excel, formulating pdfs); attaching files and photos to email or Facebook, etc.; downloading apps and eBooks; and more. Registration is not required, though time might be singular if a approach is high. Call 432-7154 for some-more information or go to nesmithlibrary.org

Thursday, May 5

The Traveling Chef Program, 11:30 a.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. Hosted by Lindley Food Service, caterer for a activity center’s daily Federal Lunch Program. The eventuality will embody a fry beef figure station, crushed potatoes, vegetables and dessert. The cost is $2 per person. Reservations contingency be done by Apr 29. Call 978-983-8832 to make a reservation. 

“Wild History: 350 Years of NH Wildlife,” 6:30 to 8 p.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Presented by Pete McVay, a proffer from Speaking for Wildlife Program from UNH Cooperative Extension. The slip arrangement will take participants on a practical debate by New Hampshire’s past, focusing on changes in a land and how wildlife populations have responded over time. Attendees will learn what they can do to help. Handouts and other useful materials will be available. The arrangement will embody information about plants, animals, and inlet in and around Atkinson. More information can be found during http://extension.unh.edu/Speaking-Wildlife-Resources/New-Hampshires-Wild-History. This eventuality is sponsored by a Friends of a Kimball Library. Light refreshments will be served. To learn more, call 603-362-5234 or go to kimballlibrary.com.

May 5, 19 and Jun 16

Anime Club, 3:30 to 5 p.m. during a Nesmith Library, 8 Fellows Road, Windham. Teens meddlesome in anime/manga or comics are acquire to join a club. Watch anime, plead favorites, and share news with a other members. Learn about Asian cultures and how manga and anime started. The bar is open to teenagers 13 and up. Email questions to sbrikiatis@nesmithlibrary.org or check out nesmithlibrary.org to learn more.

Friday, May 6

Learn about a Middle East, 2 to 4 p.m. in harangue gymnasium E155 at Northern Essex Community College in Haverhill. In a suggestion of stability tellurian education, NECC is charity programming that looks during “One Geographic Region – a Middle East” a initial Friday of any month this open semester. These talks are giveaway and open to a public. One Geographic Region is a plan grown by a college’s Office of International Studies in and with a NECC Library. On Apr 1, NECC Professor Patricia Machado will try a beliefs of Islamic banking; and on May 6, NECC Professor Mayra Bonet will share her investigate on a “Veil” in Middle Eastern film, art, gender studies, and culture. For more, email bstachniewicz@necc.mass.edu.

“Building Bridges to Brighter Futures,” 6:30 to 10 p.m. during Sts. Constantine Helen Greek Orthodox Church, 71 Chandler Road, Andover. Bellesini Academy is hosting this open event. For tickets or some-more information, call 978-989-0004 or email jdifilippo@bellesiniacademy.org.

May 6 and 20

Nesmith Quilters, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. during a Nesmith Library, 8 Fellows Road, Windham. Quilters accommodate to work on a 2016 quilt. If meddlesome in joining, leave your name and hit information with library staff and a organisation member will be in touch. Visit nesmithlibrary.org for some-more information.

Saturday, May 7

Annual Kids’ Fishing Derby, 9 to 11:30 a.m. during a Plaistow Fish Game Club, 18 Mayray Ave. This eventuality is open to all children 12 and under. There will be prizes for all and refreshments will be available. Participants should move their possess bait. The derby will be hold sleet or shine. Call 603-382-3675 for some-more information.

Conservation Walk, 10 a.m. to noon commencement during Woodlock Park on Pope Road in Atkinson. With Pete McVay, a member of Atkinson’s Conservation Commission and Fred Borman, UNH forester/naturalist. Sponsored by a Kimball Library and a Atkinson Conservation Commission. For some-more information, call 603-362-5234 or pointer adult during kimballlibrary.com.

Electronic Recycling Fundraiser, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Perry Park, located during a intersection of King and Main streets, Groveland. Groveland Pack 113 and Troop 87 are hosting a event. Help keep a sourroundings purify by recycling wiring and support a Scouts during a same time. Computer monitors, TVs, VCR/DVD players, etc., might be brought to a recycling eventuality for a tiny fee. Email Troop87groveland@gmail.com if there are any questions or check out grovelandpack113.com for a finish list of excusable apparatus and prices. 

Annual May Fair, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in First Calvary Baptist Church’s Fellowship Hall, during a dilemma of Route 125 and Massachusetts Avenue, North Andover. Shoppers will find a wordless auction, jewelry, gifts, plants, apparatus labelled during $1, a “Christmas in May” section, and other contingency and ends. Enjoy coffee and doughnuts in a morning and lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sponsored by a Berkeley Women’s Advisory Board, deduction from a eventuality will advantage a residents of a Berkeley Retirement Home and Nursing Center. 

“Mother/Daughter/Sister/Friend Tea,” 1 to 4 p.m. at Riverside Assembly of God, 15 Lowell Blvd. (Route 110), Methuen. All women are invited to attend a church’s annual event. Kristine Zinnanti will be a guest speaker. This eventuality is free, though a free-will charity will be gladly accepted. Babysitting will be supposing giveaway of charge. Call 978-688-8777 to make a reservation.

Annual Pole Hill Open House, 1 to 5 p.m. during Andover Conservation Commission’s Pole Hill Reservation. Boy Scouts of Ballardvale Troop 76 will horde a event. Sponsored by a Ballardvale United Church, Troop 76 was famous as stewards of a Reservation by a ACC as partial of a efforts to get internal Scouts to assistance widespread a word about Andover’s immature spaces. The Scouts will arrangement pioneering projects, glow safety, and Dutch oven cooking. Visitors are also invited to take partial in a scavenger hunt. Demonstrations and information on Geocaching will also be available. Access to a area can be gained by land or water. Trailheads are located during a finish of Marland Street and Pole Hill Drive. Troop 76 is partial of West Wind District, Spirit of Adventure Council, Boy Scouts of America. Meetings are held on Fridays, 7 p.m. during a Ballardvale United Church, 23 Clark Road, Andover.

May 7 and 8

Seventh annual Mother’s Day Weekend Craft Festival, at Hampton Falls Town Common, 4 Lincoln Ave. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. For details, visit castleberryfairs.com.

Monday, May 9

“Swinging Fore Mark Memorial Golf Classic and Silent Auction,” at Campbell’s Scottish Highlands Golf Course, 79 Brady Ave., Salem, N.H. Shotgun start is during 8:30 a.m. and registration starts during 7:30 a.m. This eventuality is in memory of Mark Whelan, who succumbed to a three-year conflict with metastic cancer cancer on Sept. 6, 2015. Proceeds from a eventuality will be used to yield destiny financial preparation support for his dual children, Brendan, 12, and Riley, 10. The Mark Whelan Education Trust Fund has been dynamic with Haverhill Bank and dual 529 Fidelity Investment College Savings Plans to accept a deduction from this event. The competition cabinet is looking for golfers, sponsors, and/or donations. Registration deadline for this eventuality is Apr 20. For some-more information, go to Facebook during “Swinging Fore Mark” or call 603-894-4653 or 978-521-5464.

Mondays, May 9 by Jun 20 

Powerful Tools for Caregivers, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. This free, six-week module is designed to assistance caregivers take caring of themselves while they’re caring for a relations or desired one. Participants will learn how to brand and revoke stress; promulgate feelings, needs and concerns; promulgate in severe situations; learn from one’s emotions; and master caring giving decisions. Space is limited; registration is required. To register for this program, call 978-946-1220. 

Tuesday, May 10

Tuesday Afternoon Movie, 1 p.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Movie pretension to be determined. Popcorn will be served. Call 603-362-5234 for details. 

Jocko’s Jazz: The Tim Ray Trio, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Angel Gittens will be a guest vocalist. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

Wednesday, May 11

Free Skin Cancer Screenings, 3 to 5 p.m. in a belligerent building Outpatient Clinic during Holy Family Hospital, 70 East St., Methuen. Board Certified Dermatologist David Gruber, MD, will control a screenings. An appointment is required. To report an appointment, call a DoctorFinder line during 1-800-488-5959.

Thursday, May 12

COA Senior Day, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in a Center Meeting Room during Town Hall, 183 Main St., Groveland. Presented by a Groveland Council On Aging. Activities embody an vaunt of seniors’ art, all day; coffee and review from 9 to 11:30 a.m., with refreshments supposing by a Groveland Police Association; Medicare information and handouts will be permitted all day, as good as transport brochures on arriving trips and skeleton for a new Senior Center Initiative; Davis Bates, thespian and storyteller, will perform a throng from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. with “Celebrating New England: Songs and Stories for Everyone.” All ages are welcome. For details, call 978-372-1101 or revisit grovelandma.com (COA can be found underneath “Town Departments”).  

Annual Arts, Crafts and Music Festival, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The festival will embody morning refreshments, a accumulation of lunch apparatus for squeeze and a opening by The Happy Hearts Chorus during 1 p.m. All seniors and retirees are invited to arrangement their artwork: quilting, painting, ceramics, knitting, photography, needle humanities and more. Space is limited. Call 978-983-8825 to attend in a exhibition. 

Friday, May 13

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Saturday, May 14  

Saturday Night Ballroom Dance, 7 to 10:30 p.m. at a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. Pete Saran – New Life provide a music. Tickets are $10 and will be permitted during a door. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Andover Choral Society Concert, 7:30 p.m. during St. Augustine’s Church, 35 Essex St., Andover. Mozart’s “Coronation” Mass and Schubert’s “Mass No. 3 in B-Flat Major” will be performed. The non-audition tune is open to a whole community. For tickerts or some-more information, revisit andoverchoralsociety.org.

Author visit, noon during the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Nancy Cowan will benefaction “Peregrine Spring” to a reading public. Cowan is a master falconer, wildlife rescue expert, sled-dog sportswriter and historian, renouned speaker, and award-winning writer. She will plead a lessons she has schooled in vital with raptors and will have a falcon and hawk with her to view. Provided a conditions are right, there will be an outside moody proof with one of her birds of prey. A doubt and answer eventuality will follow a presentation. Copies of her newly expelled book, “Peregrine Spring: A Master Falconer’s Extraordinary Life with Birds of Prey,” will be permitted to squeeze and to have signed. Open to a public, this module is done probable by a Friends of a Kimball Library. Call 603-362-5234 or go to kimballlibrary.com for details. 

Through May 14

“Lawrence in a Frame” exhibit, at El Taller, 275 Essex St., Lawrence. Hosted by Lawrence CommunityWorks’s Movement City Youth Network and Merrimack College. Youth members, Solange Burgos, Dailiny Castro, Nelson Frias, Charlize Garcia, Patrick Medina, Elena Melendez, Rafael Morales and Kaithlyn Peralta, worked with Merrimack College connoisseur students, Devyn Collins, Yevette Garcia and Jessica Stone, on the PhotoVoice project. The exhibit, which explores a beauty of Lawrence and a appetite of humanity, features strange photography by a teens.

Through May 15

Art vaunt by Mary DeWitt, in a Gelb Gallery, located in George Washington Hall, on a Phillips Academy campus, 5 Chapel Ave., Andover. Mary DeWitt’s “Portraits of Women Serving Life,” a collection of paintings and video work, will be on view. All are welcome. The gallery is open during propagandize business hours and is disabled accessible. Visit andover.edu or marydewitt.net for some-more information. 

Tuesday, May 17

Coffee with a CEO, 8 to 9 a.m. at The Eagle-Tribune, 100 Turnpike St., North Andover. Join the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce for an hour with Karen Andreas, publisher, North of Boston Media Group. Local business professionals will advantage from an insinuate doubt and answer eventuality to advantage discernment and answers to business challenges. The cost is $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. Registration is required; seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, email Melissa@haverhillchamber.com, call 978-373-5663 or visit haverhillchamber.com.

Adaptive Gardening with Pam Ayotte, 1 p.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Many gardeners have given adult gardening due to earthy limitations. Join Ayotte, approved recovering distraction dilettante and organisation personality for a Therapeutic Recreation Department during Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital in Salem, N.H., for ways to get behind to gardening. During her presentation, attendees will learn about a accumulation of blending techniques and mutated gardening collection that can be purchased or done during home. Pacing and appetite charge tips and techniques for gardening will also be covered. Success stories of a ways one has mutated things in their possess gardens are also welcome. Go to kimballlibrary.com or call 603-362-5234 for some-more information.

Jocko’s Jazz: The Eugene Maslov Trio, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

Thursday, May 19

AARP Smart Driving Program, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. This one-day march will thoroughness on a aging routine inspiring hearing, eyesight, pushing response time, and how to commend and recompense for these conditions. Road fury will also be discussed. The cost is $15 for AARP members, $20 for nonmembers. Preregistration is compulsory as space is limited. Sign adult in a office. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Friday, May 20

“Junie B.’s Essential Survival Guide to School,” 10 a.m. during a Stockbridge Theatre, Pinkerton Academy campus, 5 Pinkerton St., Derry. Junie B. will share her believe and imagination on how to tarry school. The low-pitched is formed on Barbara Park’s book. Tickets are $8 for adults and $7 for seniors and children. Call 603-437-5210 or revisit stockbridgetheatre.com for tickets or some-more information.

Saturday, May 21

Fourth annual Plant Sale, during a Kingston Community Library, 2 Library Lane, Kingston, N.H. Hosted by a Friends of a Kingston Community Library. Patrons will find singular and surprising spices as good as favorite plants during a sale. Donations of vast and tiny pots are welcome, as good as any additional live plants. Pots and plants might be forsaken off commencement May 1 during a behind doorway of a library. Call 603-642-3521 or visit kingston-library.org for details.

Spring Historic Walk, 10 a.m. to noon through a West Parish Garden Cemetery, 129 Reservation Road, Andover. Take a walk while training all about a cemetery’s story and a important people buried there. The travel will also embody a debate of a chapel that facilities Tiffany stained-glass windows. Held sleet or shine. Participants are asked to accommodate during a arch. This giveaway eventuality is open to all. To learn more, call 978-475-3902, email westparishgardencemetery@verizon.net or visit westparishgardencemetery.org.

Children’s program, 10 a.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Join Joyce Painter Rice for “Stories with Organ Music for Your Teddy Bear and Friends.” The stories will be in English and Spanish. This giveaway module is being hold in organisation with a Nevins Memorial Library. Doors will open during 9:30 a.m. Visit mmmh.org for details. 

May 21 and 22 

Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana,” 7:30 p.m. on Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday during a Stockbridge Theatre, Pinkerton Academy campus, 5 Pinkerton St., Derry. Presented by a New Hampshire Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera New Hampshire, and a Pinkerton Chorus. Tickets operation from $12 to $50. Tickets might be purchased during stockbridgetheatre.com or by job 603-437-5210.  

Sunday, May 22

44th annual Sheep Shearing Festival, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the North AndoverCommon. The renouned eventuality will underline sheep shearing and herding demonstrations, food, crafts, hack rides and most more. Free convey from Franklin and center schools. For some-more information, call 978-490-6505.

Tuesday, May 24 

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org

Tuesday Afternoon Movie, 1 p.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. “The Way” will be screened. Have some popcorn while enjoying a movie. Call 603-362-5234 for sum or check out kimballlibrary.com

Jocko’s Jazz: The Mark Walker Quartet, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

Wednesday, May 25

Organ Recital Series: Young Artists, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Roric Cunningham, Forrest Eimold, Richard Gress and Philip Pampreen will perform. The module will embody a works of Pachelbel, Bach, Widor, Bolcom, Dupré, Vierne and Handel. The unison is sponsored by Dick Kenny. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. More information can be found by visiting mmmh.org

Friday, May 27

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Saturday, May 28

26th annual “Run For The Vets” Road Race, beginning and finale during the Methuen Sons of Italy lodge, 459 Merrimack St. (Route 110). The 5K travel will start during 10:30 a.m. and a 5K competition will start during 11 a.m. Proceeds from this year’s eventuality will advantage a Veterans Northeast Outreach Center of Haverhill. Runners can register to respect a maestro of their choosing. Cash prizes will be awarded to a tip 3 masculine and womanlike finishers of a race. Refreshments will be served following a travel and race. A raffle for several apparatus including benefaction certificates donated by internal sponsors will be held. Register in allege during sonsofitalymethuenroadrace.com or on a morning of a competition starting during 9 a.m.

May 28 to 30

25th annual Memorial Weekend Craft Festival, at the Mill Falls Marketplace, 312 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, and 10 to 4 p.m. on Monday. For details, visit castleberryfairs.com.

Tuesday, May 31

Jocko’s Jazz: The Peter and Will Anderson Trio, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

Wednesday, June 1

Organ Recital Series: Christopher Jennings, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Works by Ives, Bach, Handel, Locklair, Howells, Duruflé and Guilmant will be featured. The unison is sponsored by Randy Steere. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. To learn more, check out mmmh.org

Saturday, Jun 4

Children’s Garden Party, 10 to 11:30 a.m. in a West Parish Garden Cemetery, 129 Reservation Road, Andover. Take partial in arts and crafts, open activities, and suffer some refreshments. Youngsters can pet baby plantation animals from Enchanted Animal Farm. This giveaway eventuality is designed for children 8 and under. Call 978-475-3902, email westparishgardencemetery@verizon.net or visit westparishgardencemetery.org for details.

Tuesday, Jun 7

Jocko’s Jazz: The Cicci Santucci Quartet, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

Tuesdays by Jun 7

GriefShare Program, 7 p.m. during First Congregational Church of Kingston, Room 6 (lower level), 6 Church St. Anyone who has gifted a genocide of a family member or crony is welcome. The nondenominational module facilities Christ-centered, biblical training that focuses on grief topics compared with a genocide of a desired one. The DVD convention facilities nationally reputable grief experts and real-life stories of people, followed by a tiny organisation contention about what was seen on a DVD. Past participants have compared how useful a information and follow-up discussions were to them. Grief-related books and materials are also permitted for participants to borrow. The module is free, though registration is requested. To register or for some-more information, call 603-642-7256.

Wednesday, June 8

Organ Recital Series: Stuart Forster, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Works by Harwood, Bach, Krebs, Beethoven, Brewer, Howells, Wesley, Sullivan, Bourgeois and Forster will be performed. Christopher Morss is sponsoring a concert. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. Visit mmmh.org for details. 

Friday, Jun 10

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Saturday, Jun 11 

Saturday Night Ballroom Dance, 7 to 10:30 p.m. at a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The Fred Manzi Trio will provide a low-pitched entertainment. Tickets are $10 and will be permitted during a door. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Tuesday, Jun 14

Jocko’s Jazz: Vocalist Giacomo Gates, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Gates will perform with The Tim Ray Trio. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

Wednesday, June 15

Organ Recital Series: Andrés Mojica, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). The module will embody works by Bonnet, Bovet, Bach, Sierra, Torres-Santos, Ives, Albéniz and Vierne. Edward and Susie Rowland are sponsoring a concert. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. More information can be found by visiting mmmh.org

Thursday, Jun 16

Bring A Friend Night, 5 to 8 p.m. during Windrush Farm, 479 Lacy St., North Andover. New and aged faces are acquire to suffer food, beverages, festivities, music, category demonstrations and tours. Food, drink and booze are enclosed in a cost. Online tickets are $20 any or dual for $35. Tickets will be permitted for squeeze on a day of a eventuality for $25. To squeeze tickets in advance, go to windrushfarm.org. To learn some-more about a event, call 978-682-7855 or email info@windrushfarm.org.

Windrush Farm Trot-Trot Trail Race, 6 p.m. at Windrush Farm, 479 Lacy St., North Andover. This new North Shore Trail Race Series 5K march will cranky by a farm’s scenic fields into the wooded areas of North Andover’s charge lands. The competition will finish in a center of Windrush Farm’s second annual Bring A Friend Night spectacular where runners will get to extract in a open drink and booze bar and food lorry dinner. Check-in and registration will open during 5 p.m. and a competition will start during 6:30 p.m. The entrance price is $45 before Jun 1, $50 after Jun 1 and $55 on competition day. The price includes competition number, technical shirt, registration bag and entrance into Bring a Friend Night. Online registration will tighten on Jun 13. All registrations after Jun 13 will be money only. Register before Jun 1 to be guaranteed a technical shirt. Preregistration and parcel pick-up is on Jun 15 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. during New England Running Company in Beverly. For some-more information, revisit windrushfarm.org/trottrottrailrace.

Saturday, Jun 18

Lantern Festival, 7 to 9 p.m. in a West Parish Garden Cemetery, 129 Reservation Road, Andover. The village is acquire to attend this lighting event, that is formed on an ancient Asian ritual. Participants will adorn lanterns to send messages of faith, hope, adore and assent or to remember a desired one before they’re launched on a pool during 9 p.m. Entertainment on a grass will start during 7 p.m. Bring a grass chair or sweeping to suffer a festivities. Admission is giveaway and a cost to adorn and launch a lantern is $10. For some-more information, call 978-475-3902, email westparishgardencemetery@verizon.net or check out westparishgardencemetery.org.

Tuesday, Jun 21

Jocko’s Jazz: The Chris Taylor Trio, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

Wednesday, June 22

Organ Recital Series: Thomas Sheehan, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Works by Nicolai, Howells, Dupré, Bruhns, Whitlock and Reubke will be featured. The unison is sponsored by The Savings Bank. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. To learn more, check out mmmh.org

Thursday, Jun 23

Golf Tournament, 8 a.m. during a Merrimack Valley Golf Club, 210 Howe St., Methuen. Proceeds will advantage a Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8349. The competition will be hold sleet or shine. Golfers should arrive no after than 7:30 a.m. The entrance price is $500 per 4 chairman team. All teams need to register at VFW Post 8349, 26 River St., Methuen. Pay by money or check only; make checks payable to VFW Post 8349. Payment contingency be done in full by Jun 19. No refunds. Registration includes acknowledgment to the dinner smorgasboard after a competition at the VFW hall, catered by a Texas Roadhouse. Call 603-235-0144 or 978-687-9465 if there are any questions.

Friday, Jun 24

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Tuesday, June 28 

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org.

Jocko’s Jazz: The Greg Hopkins Quintet, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. during a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Wheelchair accessible. For tickets or reservations, call 603-898-1591, 978-683-9200 or revisit jockosjazz.com.

Wednesday, June 29

Willoughby Frederick and Emma Jacobson Watts Memorial Organ Recital, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Kimberly Ann Hess, a featured performer, will benefaction works by Buxtehude, C.P.E. Bach, Bach, Schumann, Still and Liszt. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. Visit mmmh.org for details. 

Monday, Jul 4

“Red, White and Blue Festival,” 2 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Raymond Nagem and Joyce Painter Rice will perform a Fourth of Jul concert. Admission is free. To learn more, check out mmmh.org

Wednesday, July 6

Organ Recital Series: Raymond Nagem, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Works by Prokofiev, Mozart and Widor will be achieved in memory of Solveig H. Cook. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. More information can be found by visiting mmmh.org

Friday, Jul 8

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Saturday, Jul 9 

Saturday Night Dancing, 7 to 10:30 p.m. at a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The Entertainers will perform. Tickets are $10 and will be permitted during a door. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Wednesday, July 13

Summer Scholarship Fund Organ Recital, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Mark Engelhardt, a featured performer, will benefaction works by Bach, Woodman, Cooman and Franck. Nashoba Analytical, LLC is sponsoring this concert. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. More information can be found by visiting mmmh.org

Wednesday, July 20

Organ Recital Series: Mark Thewes and Chad Pittman, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Works by Bédard, Scronx, Hensel, Briggs, Callahan, Ampt and Saint-Saëns will be performed. The uncover is dedicated to a memory of Kenneth T. Morse. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. To learn more, check out mmmh.org

Friday, Jul 22

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Tuesday, July 26 

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org.

Wednesday, July 27

Organ Recital Series: George Sargeant, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Works by Lübeck, Bach, Franck, Howells, Creston and Dupré will be performed. The uncover is sponsored by Salem Co-operative Bank. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. Visit mmmh.org for details. 

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Organ Recital Series: Matthias Havinga, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). The uncover will underline a works of Hendriks, Vierne, Franck, Mendelssohn, Bach, Messiaen and Duruflé. The opening is sponsored by Broadhurst Tabit, LLP. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. More information can be found by visiting mmmh.org

Friday, Aug. 5

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Wednesday, Aug. 10

Organ Recital Series: Katelyn Emerson, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). The module will embody a works of Howells, Bach, Schumann, Mozart, Lizst, Escaich, Langlais and Dupré. The uncover is sponsored by A. P. Michaud Insurance Agency, Inc. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. To learn more, check out mmmh.org

Saturday, Aug. 13 

Saturday Night Ballroom Dance, 7 to 10:30 p.m. at a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. Pete Saran – New Life will perform. Tickets are $10 and will be permitted during a door. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Wednesday, Aug. 17

Organ Recital Series: Monica Alexandra Harper, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). The unison will underline works by Planyavsky, Utterback, Weinberger, Bolcom, Sokola, Dupré and Bach. Campbell Steward is sponsoring a recital. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. Visit mmmh.org for details. 

Friday, Aug. 19

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Tuesday, Aug. 23 

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org.

Wednesday, Aug. 24

Organ Recital Series: Neal Campbell, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Works by Dupré, Bach, Callahan, Friedell and Karg-Elert. Enterprise Bank is sponsoring a performance. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. More information can be found by visiting mmmh.org

Wednesday, Aug. 31

Organ Recital Series: Anne Horsch, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Works by Bach, Reger, Elgar, Alkan, Dupré, Saint-Saëns, Nowakowsky and Jongen will be performed. The uncover is dedicated to the memory of Lee W. Malone. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children underneath 12 and might be purchased during a door. Doors open during 7:30 p.m. To learn more, check out mmmh.org

Friday, Sept. 2

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Saturday, Sept. 10 

Saturday Night Ballroom Dance, 7 to 10:30 p.m. at a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. Pete Saran – New Life will be a low-pitched guest. Tickets are $10 and will be permitted during a door. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Sept. 10 and 11

“The Gondoliers,” at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Methuen Young People’s Theatre will benefaction the Gilbert and Sullivan production. The uncover will be achieved during 2 and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children and might be purchased commencement Aug. 1. Make checks payable to MYPT and mail to Janet Jaber, 205 Forest St., Methuen, MA 01844-2333. When grouping tickets, mention either they should be hold during a doorway or mailed back. (A stamped lapse pouch is appreciated). Any remaining tickets will be permitted for squeeze during a door. Visit mmmh.org for details.

Wednesday, Sept. 14

Fall Scholarship Fund Organ Recital, 8 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Douglas Major will be a featured performer. The module will embody a works of Bach, Sweelinck, Thalben-Ball, Couperin, Wesley, Franck, Karg-Elert and Suppé. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for students. Doors will open during 7:30 p.m. Georgetown Bank is sponsoring a recital. More information can be found by visiting mmmh.org

Friday, Sept. 16

Singles Dance of Modern Entertainment, at a Sahara Club, 34 Bates St., Methuen. Call 978-683-9200.

Saturday, Sept. 24

“Pipes and Pipes” Car Show, 12:30 to 4 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). All are acquire to suffer a outside automobile presentation, finish with food, and afterwards step inside a ancestral Music Hall for organ demonstrations. The sleet date is Sept. 25. Admission is free, though donations are welcome. There is a $10 automobile registration fee. Call 978-771-4209 or email pipesandpipes1@gmail.com to register for a automobile show. Check out mmmh.org for some-more information. 

Tuesday, Sept. 27 

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org.

Saturday, Oct. 1

Elvis Show, 7:30 p.m. during a Collins Center for a Performing Arts during Andover High School, 80 Shawsheen Road. Las Vegas’ “Justin Shandor Memphis Bound: The Ultimate Elvis Concert” will seem during Northern Essex Community College’s signature event. Tickets are $50 per chairman and are on sale now. Shandor, who has seemed on David Letterman’s Late Night Show, has been impersonating Elvis given he was 16. In Aug of 2010, he won a Ultimate Elvis Contest in Memphis, Tennessee, securing an publicity from Graceland. After winning a contest, Shandor and his manager, hired Elvis musicians, total a horn section, backup gospel singers, and an additional guitar actor to furnish “The Ultimate Elvis Concert” that perceived an strenuous response. The uncover is hosted by a NECC Foundation, Inc., The Women of NECC, and a NECC Alumni Association. Proceeds will support a NECC Foundation Endowment. To sequence tickets, email lsmerdon@necc.mass.edu or call 978-556-3789. For some-more information, revisit necc.mass.edu/signature-event

Saturday, Oct. 8 

Saturday Night Ballroom Dance, 7 to 10:30 p.m. at a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The Fred Manzi Trio will provide a evening’s low-pitched entertainment. Tickets are $10 and will be permitted during a door. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Tuesday, Oct. 25 

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org.

Saturday, Nov. 12 

Saturday Night Ballroom Dance, 7 to 10:30 p.m. at a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The Entertainers will perform for a evening. Tickets are $10 and will be permitted during a door. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Tuesday, Nov. 22 

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org.

Friday, Dec. 2

Holiday Open House, 7 to 9 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). Visitors will be treated to a sounds of a Fidelio Society a cappella choir of Phillips Academy, anniversary strain on a “Great Organ,” Christmas tune sing-alongs, displays, raffles and light refreshments. Admission is free, though donations to a Organ Restoration Fund will be appreciated. For some-more information, go to mmmh.org

Saturday, Dec. 3

“A Merry Music Hall Christmas,” 7 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). The unison will underline Ray Cornils, organ, and Greg Gettel and Robinson Pyle, trumpets. Reserved seating tickets are $20 for adults, $5 for children. Information about allege sheet sales will be posted online at mmmh.org after Nov. 1. 

Sunday, Dec. 4

“A Merry Music Hall Christmas,” 3 p.m. at a Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway (Route 28). The Copley Singers will perform; Brian Jones is a director. Reserved seating tickets are $20 for adults, $5 for children. Information about allege sheet sales will be permitted at mmmh.org after Nov. 1. 

Tuesday, Dec. 27

Merrimack Valley PFLAG/Transgender Chapter Meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. in a Fellowship Hall, South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Call 781-891-5966, email merrimackvalleypflag@gmail.com or revisit gbpflag.org.

Ongoing

Sundays

Sunday Morning Meditation, 8 a.m. during 85 Essex St., second floor, Haverhill. Offers meditations of healing, kindness, goodwill and devout development. The nondenominational meditations cleanse, soothe stress, energize, heal, and activate middle potential. Call 978-457-6900.

Sundays

Overeaters Anonymous, at Ballardvale United Church, 23 Clark St., Andover. Overeaters Anonymous is a free, 12-step support organisation for people with eating disorders, and is open to a public. For some-more information, call 781-641-2303.

Sundays and Tuesdays

Al-Anon Support Group, 7 to 8 p.m. on Sundays and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays during a First Church Congregational in Methuen. This 12-Step support group, open to families and friends of alcoholics, allows for a pity of experiences, strength, and hope. Park in a behind lot. For some-more information, call 978-258-3464.

Sundays and Wednesdays

Outside in Hampstead: towering bike outings, 9 a.m. on Sundays from a Nelson Drive cul-de-sac; and 6 p.m. on Wednesdays commencement during a West Road parking lot. The Sunday outings will be lead by Brent Ebner and a Wednesday outings will be lead by Dr. Kevin Arling. All ability levels are welcome. Call 382-1375 or email bebner0963@comcast.net if formulation on going on a Sunday outing; or call 327-7171 or email kevchirolcwc@live.com to go on a Wednesday outing. 

Second Sunday of any month

“Second Sunday Soup,” noon to 2 p.m. at Merrimacport United Methodist Church, 39 High St. (corner of River Road), Merrimac. The giveaway eventuality is open to all; join others for food and fellowship. Call 978-346-8818.  

Mondays

Adult Knit-A-Bitters, 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. during a Langley-Adams Library, 185 Main St., Groveland. Join other knitters for a bit of needlework and a bit of chat. All levels welcome. Open to all village members. Call 978-372-1732 or revisit langleyadamslib.org.

Mondays

Mother Goose on a Loose, 10:30 a.m. during a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. These fun-filled 30-minute interactive sessions use rhymes, songs, puppets, low-pitched instruments, and some-more to kindle a training routine of babies and toddlers (infants to age 2). Choose usually one category to register for. Stay after a eventuality to concede for playtime and socializing for all ages. Check a calendar for details. Register online during kimballlibrary.com or call a library during 603-362-5234.

Mondays

Nar-Anon Support Group, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. during a Forest Street Union Church, 15 Forest St., Methuen. Based on a 12-Steps program, this support organisation is for families and friends of those who have a drug addiction. Call 978-258-3464 for some-more information.

Mondays

Chair Yoga, 8 to 9 a.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The cost is $2 per class. All are welcome. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825.

Mondays

Bridge Club, 1 to 4 p.m. at the Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive. Visit hampstead.lib.nh.us for some-more of a library’s offerings and happenings.

Mondays

Tai Chi, 9 to 9:30 a.m. at a Atkinson Community Center, 4 Main St. The category is charity by a Atkinson Recreation Department. A $1 concession is requested. For some-more information or to pointer up, call 603-362-5531 or email commrec@atkinson-nh.gov.

Mondays

Line Dancing with Jason, 9:45 to 11:15 a.m. at a Atkinson Community Center, 4 Main St. The category is charity by a Atkinson Recreation Department. The cost is $3 per class. Call 603-362-5531 or email commrec@atkinson-nh.gov to pointer adult or for details. 

Mondays 

Zumba Gold class, noon to 1 p.m. at a Atkinson Community Center, 4 Main St. The exercise/dance routines are for active mature adults who wish to have a good time while removing a advantage of exercise. Linda DiMauro is a instructor and the Atkinson Recreation Department is sponsoring a class. Participants do not need to know how to dance, simply follow a instructor’s lead; wear peaceful wardrobe and suitable shoes. The cost is $5 per class. No category on Mar 8. Call 603-362-5531 or email commrec@atkinson-nh.gov to pointer up. 

First Monday of a month

Young Onset Parkinson’s support group, 6:30 to 8 p.m. during a Derry Public Library, 64 East Broadway. Every other month, a organisation integrates guest speakers and a conflicting month Parkinson’s patients and caregivers plead how this illness is inspiring them. Each member shares their experiences, asks questions and is a support for one another. Newcomers are always acquire to join a support group. Registration is not necessary; usually uncover up. Questions might be destined to Susan Mollohan during mrsshanley@yahoo.com or Diane Cole during donaco6@aol.com. 

Mondays and Thursdays

Preschool Story Time, 10 a.m. on Mondays and 1:30 p.m. on Thursdays at the Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive. Visit hampstead.lib.nh.us for some-more of a library’s offerings and happenings.

Mondays and Fridays

Aerobics, 9:30 a.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The cost is $2 per class. All are welcome. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825.

Mondays and Saturdays 

Overeaters Anonymous, at a North Andover Senior Center, 120 Main St. Overeaters Anonymous is a free, 12-step support organisation for people with eating disorders, and is open to a public. For some-more information, call 781-641-2303.

Tuesdays

KnitWits to meet, 10:30 a.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Anyone with a passion for knitting, crocheting, embroidery, quilting or another form of needle work is acquire to join. Although not a class, all believe levels and ages are welcome. This in an spontaneous entertainment to finish those projects started or maybe get some ideas for commencement some new ones. Attendees should move their possess supplies. Go to kimballlibrary.com for sum or call 603-362-5234.

Tuesdays

Movie Night, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in a Teen Room of a Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main St., Andover. For teenagers in grades 6 by 12. For some-more information, revisit mhl.org.

Tuesdays

3 B Fitness, 8 to 9 a.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The cost is $2 per class. All are welcome. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825.

Tuesdays

Free Music Concerts, 6 p.m. during Meetinghouse Park in Hampstead. Sponsored by a Hampstead Cable TV Advisory Board. Held sleet or shine; sleet venues are planned. Items suitable to send to those in a troops are supposed for admission. For some-more information, revisit meetinghousepark.org or call 603-560-5069.

Tuesdays

Drop-in Wii for Adults, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive. Visit hampstead.lib.nh.us for some-more of a library’s offerings and happenings.

Tuesdays

Mother Goose on a Loose, 10 a.m. at the Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive. Visit hampstead.lib.nh.us for some-more of a library’s offerings and happenings.

Tuesdays

Tai Chi class, 11 to 12:30 p.m. during a Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. This ancient Chinese martial art form connects mind and physique by peaceful issuing movements designed to revoke highlight and urge health, change and flexibility. Allan Drelick is a instructor. The cost is $2 per class. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

Tuesdays

Line Dancing Class, 10:45 to 11:30 a.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The cost is $2 per class. All are welcome. Call 978-983-8825.

Tuesdays

Chair Yoga with Mary Krikorian, 4 to 5 p.m. at a Atkinson Community Center, 4 Main St. Yoga is a peaceful approach to stretch, strengthen, build robust continuation and flexibility, and soothe stress. Participants will learn poses, meditation techniques, and how to thoroughness on exhale work. All abilities and aptness levels are speedy to attend; $5 per class. The category is charity by a Atkinson Recreation Department. For some-more information or to pointer up, call 603-362-5531 or email commrec@atkinson-nh.gov.

Tuesdays

Blood Pressure Clinic, 9 to 11 a.m. during the Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. This is a giveaway service, though donations are always welcome. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825.

Tuesdays

T.O.P.S. (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly) meeting, 6:30 p.m. during the Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. New members are always welcome. Call 978-983-8825 for details. 

First Tuesday of a month

Greater Salem/Derry Brain Injury Support Group, 6:30 to 8 p.m. during Community Crossroads, 8 Commerce Drive, Atkinson. Open to survivors, families and caregivers. Call a Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire (BIANH) during 603-225-8400 for some-more information.

First Tuesday of a month

Support Group for Grieving Parents, at a Atkinson Community Center, 4 Main St. (Route 121). The genocide of a child during any age from any business is one of a cruelest blows that one can experience. The debate by this grief is a unequivocally long, dark, formidable and unpleasant one for bereaved parents. Through this support group, attendees can find bargain and ways to bargain with their thoughts and a harmful change that has occurred. Parents, grandparents and comparison siblings in Rockingham and Essex counties are welcome. For some-more information, email bethschool@comcast.net or GBrady6@aol.com.  

First Tuesday of a month

Chair Yoga, 3 p.m. at the Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive. Held Sep by June. Visit hampstead.lib.nh.us for some-more of a library’s offerings and happenings.

Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Story Times, 11:15 a.m. on Tuesdays and 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays during a Chester Public Library, 3 Chester St., Chester. Hear Miss Diane review some stories and make some crafts. Call 603-887-3404, email chesterpubliclibrary@gmail.com or revisit chesterlibrary.com.

Tuesdays and Thursdays

Jacki’s Aerobic Dance with Rosemary Graham, 6 to 7 p.m. at a Atkinson Community Center, 4 Main St. All of a routines are choreographed by Jacki Sorensen, Vertifirm, and embody core work, cardio dance, and stretching; $7 per class. The category is charity by a Atkinson Recreation Department. Call 603-362-5531 or email commrec@atkinson-nh.gov to pointer adult or for details. 

Tuesdays and Thursdays

Bone Builders classes, 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. at a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Proper strength training causes muscles to put tragedy on bones, that stimulates bone dungeon expansion and increases bone density. RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) Bone Builders is formed on this elementary corporeal response. It uses no-impact, weight temperament exercises that boost robust strength, bone density, and strengthen opposite fractures, that helps forestall falls. Fully lerned RSVP volunteers will lead a giveaway classes; donations are gratefully accepted. Participants might join a category during any time. Participants contingency finish a recover form and medicine recover form. Forms are permitted during a library or can be picked adult from an RSVP instructor. Call 603-362-5234 for some-more information or visit kimballlibrary.com

Tuesdays and Thursdays 

Overeaters Anonymous, at St. Michael Catholic Church, 196 Main St., North Andover. Overeaters Anonymous is a free, 12-step support organisation for people with eating disorders, and is open to a public. For some-more information, call 781-641-2303.

Second and fourth Tuesday of a month

Surviving Suicide Loss: Safe Place Support Group, 7 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Michael Parish, 196 North Main St., North Andover. The Safe Place support organisation is run by a Samaritans of Merrimack Valley, a module of Family Services of a Merrimack Valley. Safe Place is for anyone who has mislaid a desired one to suicide. It is a protected place to talk, listen, cry, be silent, grieve, be accepted, be understood, and offer acceptance and bargain to someone else in need. The trusted and giveaway support organisation is led by a lerned self-murder survivor.

Third Tuesday of a month

Free Support Group: “Learning to Live with Loss,” 6 to 7:30 p.m. in a rectory behind Sacred Hearts Church, 165 South Main St., Bradford. Hosted by Merrimack Valley Hospice, a ongoing support organisation is for anyone who has gifted a detriment of a desired one. This group, facilitated by counselors Lois Marra and Nancy Thornton, will be hold by Jun 21. Sessions are tailored to accommodate a group’s needs and will cover many disproportion topics including grief, detriment and healing. To register or if there are any questions, call 1-800-933-5593, ext. 4537. For some-more information, revisit merrimackvalleyhospice.org.

Wednesdays

Line Dancing Class, 1 to 2:30 p.m. during a Methuen VFW, River Street. Cost is $3 per class. Call 603-329-5904.

Wednesdays

Meat Raffle, 6 p.m. during a French Social, Railroad Street, Methuen.

Wednesdays

Zumba Fitness, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in a Multi-Purpose Room, 84 Chester St., Chester. Offered by a Chester Recreation Department. The cost is $55 for 10 classes, $90 for 20 classes and $6 to dump in per class. Join anytime. For a giveaway one-time guest pass, email sharon@chesternhrec.org or call 603-887-5773.

Wednesdays

Music Academy for Homeschool and Preschoolers, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Classes on a recorder, guitar, strain and movement, drumming, strain theory, rock/jazz garb and commencement winds/brass. Email vwalton@mvmusicschool.org.

Wednesdays

Junior Friends, 3:30 p.m. during a Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main St., Andover. For ages 8 to 11. Registration is requested. For some-more information or to register, revisit mhl.org or call 978-623-8401, ext. 39.

Wednesdays

Zumba, 10:15 to 11 a.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. This fast-paced practice module incorporates dance moves to a lively, rhythmic kick that provides a some-more aerobic, calorie blazing workout. The cost is $2 per class. All are welcome. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825. 

Wednesdays

Free Grief Support for a Substance Related Loss, 6:30 to 8 p.m. in a Griffin-White discussion room during Merrimack Valley Hospice House, 360 North Ave., Haverhill. Merrimack Valley Hospice is charity a support organisation for those who are coping with a detriment of a desired one due to drugs, ethanol or other substance. Participants will share their believe and learn from any other in an sourroundings of support, bargain and compassion. Sessions are tailored to accommodate a group’s needs and will assistance participants know and routine their emotions so they can start healing. Free, though registration is required. For some-more information or to register, call 978-552-4537 or visit merrimackvalleyhospice.org.

First Wednesday of a month

Salem TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) Support Group, 5 to 6 p.m. during Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital, in a Administrative Conference Room, 70 Butler St., Salem, N.H. Call a Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire (BIANH) during 603-225-8400 for some-more information.

Second Wednesday of a month

Salem Mild Brain Injury Support Group, 5 to 6 p.m. during Northeast Rehab Hospital, 70 Butler St., Salem, N.H. The receptionist will approach visitors to a room. Call a Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire (BIANH) during 603-225-8400 for some-more information.

Third Wednesday of a month

Support Group for Caregivers of Loved Ones with Memory Loss, 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Holy Family Hospital’s first building atrium, 140 Lincoln Ave., Haverhill. The meetings are facilitated by Patricia Lavoie, LICSW and light refreshments are served. For some-more information, email patricia.lavoie@steward.org or call 978-420-1162.  

Third Wednesday and second Thursday of a month

Mary Immaculate Health/Care Services, offers dual support groups for those caring for desired ones challenged by memory loss. On a third Wednesday of any month, family and/or friends caring for desired ones with Alzheimer’s illness or compared dementias are invited to a Country Kitchen during Marguerite’s House Assisted Living during Mary Immaculate, 189 Maple St., Lawrence. The module starts during 6:30 p.m. and a sessions are conducted in English. A Latino support organisation is hold on a second Thursday of any month on a second building of a MI Adult Day Health Center, also during 189 Maple St., Lawrence. This module starts during 4 p.m. Both sessions thoroughness on ways to safely caring for a desired one with memory detriment issues. They are giveaway and open to a public. To register for a eventuality hold in English, call 978-620-1492 or 978-620-1494 for a Spanish-speaking session.  

Wednesdays and Sundays

Free Adult Co-Ed Pick-up Volleyball, 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and 6:30 p.m. on Sundays in a Multi-Purpose Room, 84 Chester St., Chester. Offered by a Chester Recreation Department. Open to all. Call 603-887-5773 or email sharon@chesternhrec.org.

Wednesdays and Fridays

Strength and Conditioning Program for Active Adults by Vanessa Underwood, 8:35 to 9:35 a.m. at a Atkinson Community Center, 4 Main St. This category will mix weight training, balance, core, flexibility, and Zumba dance moves to urge cardio capacity. All levels are welcome; $6 per class. The category is charity by a Atkinson Recreation Department. For some-more information or to pointer up, call 603-362-5531 or email commrec@atkinson-nh.gov.

Thursdays

Gentle Yoga Class, 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. during First Church Congregational, 26 Pleasant St., Methuen. All ages and all aptness levels welcome. Stretch and relax a mind. Wear peaceful wardrobe and move a H2O bottle. Mats are permitted to use for those who don’t possess one. $5 dump in fee. Email terryisme@verizon.net.

Thursdays

Bridge Group, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. Experienced players are speedy to join a group. Stop in, have fun and make new friends. Call 978-983-8825.

Thursdays

Dabblers, 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. during a Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. Beginners, middle and modernized painters are acquire to join a group. Bring projects and paint haven to work on in an spontaneous sourroundings with other art enthusiasts or get assistance with watercolor, oils, acrylic or drawing. Registration is not compulsory and non-residents are welcome. For some-more information or a list of arriving programs, revisit kimballlibrary.com, call 603-362-5234 or email staff@kimballlibrary.com.

Thursdays

Fitness Class, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The cost is $2 per class. All are welcome. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825.

Thursdays

Senior Drop-in Center, 9 a.m. noon at the Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive. Visit hampstead.lib.nh.us for some-more of a library’s offerings and happenings. 

Thursdays 

Yoga Class, 6 to 7 p.m. at a VFW Post 1088, 93 Route 125, Kingston. The yoga sessions are taught by Maggie Grace, owners and instructor during a Yoga Room in Hampstead. The category is open to a whole community, veterans and non-veterans alike, and it’s never too late to join a group. Learn some techniques for mobilization and centering of a mind. The initial category is giveaway and any additional category is $12. For details, call 978-912-0868 or email skfabc@yahoo.com.

Thursdays

ZENgevity Fitness with Judy Smith, 10 to 11 a.m. at a Atkinson Community Center, 4 Main St. The protected and peaceful transformation module combines dance, yoga, weight training, change and mind aptness to boost earthy fitness, complacency and amicable contact; $3 per class. The category is charity by a Atkinson Recreation Department. Call 603-362-5531 or email commrec@atkinson-nh.gov to pointer adult or for details. 

Thursdays

Adult Coloring and Painting, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. during the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave., Atkinson. This stream form of distraction is not usually fun though healthy as well. Some common recovering outcomes compared with adult coloring are: highlight reduction, extended decrease and increasing concentration. Adult coloring provides a artistic outlet, regardless of one’s artistic abilities and experience. Class participants must move their possess paint and haven for coloring, as there will be a singular volume of coloring books and haven on hand. Registration is required; for ages 18 and up. Go to kimballlibrary.com or call 603-362-5234 to register or for some-more information.

Third Thursday of a month

Alzheimer’s Association Support Group, 6 p.m. during a Methuen Village Assisted Living and Memory Support Community, 4 Gleason St., Methuen. Share personal use and learn proven strategies for communication with one’s desired one. This support organisation has been approved by a Alzheimer’s Association. Call 978-685-2220 if formulation to attend or for some-more information. 

First Friday of a month

State Rep. Linda Dean Campbell’s Bradford bureau hours, 9 to 10 a.m. during a Haverhill Citizens Center, 10 Welcome St. Rep. Campbell’s office in a State House has changed to Room 236. She looks brazen to assembly voters and addressing a issues and concerns of a people of a Merrimack Valley and a 15th Essex District. Call her bureau during 617-722-2340 or email Linda.Campbell@mahouse.gov with any questions or concerns. 

First Friday of a month

Song Share, 7 p.m. at a Kelley Library, 234 Main St., Salem, N.H. All are invited to bring their voices, acoustic instruments and lyrics. Copies of a “Rise Up Singing” songbook will assistance enthuse a group. Each chairman will name one strain per turn and participants will sing as a group. Learn new songs and pleasure in aged favorites. Call 603-898-7064 or check out kelleylibrary.org for some-more information.

Fridays

Yoga class, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The cost is $2 per class. All are welcome. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825.

Fridays

Coping With a Loved One’s Suicide, 4 p.m. at the Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive. Visit hampstead.lib.nh.us for some-more of a library’s offerings and happenings.

Fridays

Council on Aging Meditation Group, 10 to to 11:30 a.m. in a Library Room during a Citizens Center, 10 Welcome St., Haverhill. This organisation is giveaway and open to all. Participants will be shown a hows and whys of imagining including Yoga, QiGong and respirating exercises to relax a physique and mind.

Fridays

Weight Training, 8 a.m. during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. The cost is $2 per class. All are welcome. For some-more information, call 978-983-8825. 

Fridays

Gentle Yoga, 11 a.m. in a Center Meeting Room during Town Hall, 183 Main St., Groveland. The cost is $5 per class. For some-more information, call 978-372-1101.  

Fridays 

Fish Friday, for lunch and dinner, at Methuen Sons of Italy Lodge No. 902, 459 Merrimack St. Call 978-688-2258 to place an sequence or to find out what’s on a menu. For information about the Sons of Italy, check out methuensonsofitaly.com.

Fridays

State Rep. Linda Dean Campbell’s Methuen bureau hours, 10:30 a.m. to noon during a Methuen Senior Activity Center, 77 Lowell St. Rep. Campbell’s office in a State House has changed to Room 236. She looks brazen to assembly voters and addressing a issues and concerns of a people of a Merrimack Valley and a 15th Essex District. For some-more information, call her bureau during 617-722-2340 or email Linda.Campbell@mahouse.gov. 

Saturdays

Meat Raffle, 2 to 4 p.m. during VFW Post 8349, 26 River St., Methuen. Hosted by a Methuen Ladies Auxiliary. Open to a public.

Saturdays

Roll-Off and Meat Raffle, 2:30 to 5 p.m. during a Amvets, 576 Primrose St., Haverhill. Open to a public. Call 978-374-9807.

Saturdays

Poker Bingo, 6 p.m. during a American Legion, 200 Broadway, Methuen. 

Saturdays 

Saturday lunchtime Italian specialty, at Methuen Sons of Italy Lodge No. 902, 459 Merrimack St. Call 978-688-2258 to place an sequence or to find out what’s on a menu. More sum can be found at methuensonsofitaly.com.

First Saturday of any month

Community Giving Tree’s Van, will be in a Penguin Park parking lot on Burnham Road in Andover from 10 a.m. to noon. Donations of kindly used baby rigging and in deteriorate children’s wardrobe will be collected. All donations will go to children in the Merrimack Valley and North Shore. At this time, there is an obligatory need for tot clothing (0 to 3 months) and tot automobile seats underneath 5 years old. For a finish list of excusable donations, revisit communitygivingtree.org.

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