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WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE — Wed., Nov. 16: Beef pot pie, mashed potatoes, carrots, homemade roll, pineapple cake. Fri, Nov. 18: The BOYZ @ 10:30 – Pot roast, mashed potatoes, cali veggies, homemade roll, fruit crisp. Suggested donation $4 ($5 under age 60) FMI firstname.lastname@example.org 802-633-4068 Open 11:30-12:30pm. Take-out are still available: Pick-up 11amNoon inside. Make pre-orders by calling Jane 603-638-4002. If you are unable to pre-order prior to Wed. or Fri. please call the Meal Site 802-633-4068 before 9:30am. DANVILLE MEAL SITE — CALL NOW TO RESERVE THANKSGIVING TAKE OUT MEALS!! Tue., Nov. 15: Creamed chicken, whole wheat noodles, spinach, tomato soup, honeydew melon Thurs., Nov. 17: Spinach quiche, quinoa, winter squash, lentil soup, mango. Menus subject to change. Meals served with homemade whole wheat bread. Call 802-684-3389 by 9:30am the morning of a meal to order “take out” – pick up by 11. Open for onsite dining @ 11:30. Cardio drumming @ 11. Local artist, Jen Bradley, to present her art and experiences at noon on 11-15. Check our website for other scheduled activities! Danvillemealsite.org. DARLING INN SENIOR MEAL SITE — Mon., Nov. 14: Veg. rice soup w/egg salad sandwich, pear, juice, butterscotch pudding. Tues., Nov. 15: BBQ chicken, sweet potato, biscuit, 3 bean salad, fruit bars. Wed., Nov. 16: Hot hamburger sandwich, gravy, macaroni & cheese, Brussels sprouts, chocolate pudding Thurs., Nov. 17: Baked haddock, mashed potato, green beans, rolls, fruit, juice, Jell-O w/fruit & topping. Fri, Nov. 18: Thanksgiving dinner, turkey, squash, stuffing, mashed potato, gravy, cranberry sauce bread, pumpkin cookies. Please make reservations by 10am. All meals served with juice, 2% milk, tea, coffee. Menu subject to change. Meals served at 12pm. FMI: 802-626-8700. MEALS ON WHEEL, ST. J — Mon., Nov. 14: Chicken burger, lettuce, tomato, rice pilaf, tropical fruit. Tues., Nov. 15: Broccoli quiche, mixed veggies, roll, peaches. Wed., Nov. 16: Spaghetti w/ meatballs, carrots, tossed salad, tangerine. Thurs., Nov. 17: Corn chowder, chef salad, roll, cantaloupe. Fri., Nov. 18: Country fried steak, mashed potatoes, squash, pear. Suggested donation $3.50/ meal. FMI: 802-748-5467. ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER — Located at 421 Summer St., St. Johnsbury (802-424-1090). Our newest exhibit focuses on the history of St. J public schools. Fall/winter hours: Mon.-Wed. 10 am to 4 pm, Oct. 1 – end of April. Visit www. stjhistory.org for more! MONDAY COMMUNITY LUNCH at Grace United Methodist Church, 36 Central St., St. Johnsbury, 11am-12:15pm. Dine-in or take-out. GOOD LIVING SENIOR CENTER EVENTS — St. Johnsbury House at 1207 Main St. Mon., Nov. 14: Karaoke with Bud Stevens,10:30am, Bingo at 1pm. Tues., Nov. 15: Arthritis Exercise Group 9am, Board Games 10:30am. Wed., Nov. 16: Knit Wits Knitting 9am, Cribbage at 1pm. Thurs., Nov. 17: Golden Ball Tai Chi 9am, Music with Vicki Moore at 1pm, Tai Chi at 1pm. Fri., Nov. 18: Arthritis Exercise Group 9am, Book Group Meeting 10:30am. Sat., Nov. 19: Tai Chi 10am. This space provided compliments of: Benefits Insurance Wealth Management TO PUT YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON-PROFIT EVENTS, MAIL YOUR COPY TO: NFP, BOX 4509, ST. JOHNSBURY, VT 05819. E-MAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS. SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS. NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION. KINGDOM COMMUNITY FOOD SHELF — at 36 Steeple Place, St. Johnsbury, is OPEN Tues. and Thurs., Noon-3:45pm, 802-7518581. We are using all necessary precautions against COVID. All Are Welcome. NEIGHBORS IN ACTION FREE FOOD SHARE — 101 Main St., Lyndonville. Thursdays 10am-4pm. Free Community Lunch & Activities 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 11am-1pm. Monthly activities listed on our website at www.neighborsinactionvt.org COUNTRY ACOUSTIC JAM - AKA PASS THE MIC — Nov. 20, 1-4 pm at the Burke Community Building in West Burke. Everyone with musical or singing talent is encouraged to participate. Weather you play, sing or just want to listen to some good music or dance it’s a great afternoon. Door prizes and refreshments available. FMI call Lynn Welch 802-467-3019. WOW – WORKING ON WELLNESS — We support men and women interested in reducing stress in life, healthy living, maintaining a healthy weight. Thurs at 6pm at the Monroe Public Library. There are no fees for this hour of wellness. THE KEEP US WARM PROGRAM offers free winter outerwear including jackets, ski pants, hat, gloves, boots, also blankets. Seeking donations of clean, gently used items. Drop off at 36 Steeple Place, St. Johnsbury, Tues. and Thurs. noon to 3:30. 802-751-8581. THE LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF will do Thanksgiving dinner boxes again. Donations of dinner ingredients are appreciated. Contact Deb at 802-626-5586-open Wednesdays 10-4. CALLING ALL PICKLERS — Adult round robin pickleball on 4 courts Mon., 5-7pm and Sat., 2:30-4:30pm at Recfit in St. Johnsbury. Call 751-2305 for info. Tennis shoes required. Paddles available. $10 per session. All abilities welcome! WE’RE ALZ IN THIS TOGETHER: DESTIGMATIZING DEMENTIA IN THE NEK — Thurs, Dec. 1, 11:30-1:30, St. Johnsbury House Senior Living Tea Room, 1207 Main Street, St. Johnsbury. Join us for a lunch celebration of the NEK Walk to End Alzheimer’s followed by community conversation about Alzheimer’s disease. This event is free and open to the public, including those with dementia. Lunch is being catered by Salt Bistro, you will have an opportunity to select your meal when you register. Hosted by the Vermont Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Register online: tinyurl.com/ALZNEK or call 802-440-1881. A WHITE MOUNTAIN CHRISTMAS PLAY — Sunday, Dec. 4 at Jean’s Playhouse. Bus leaves St. Johnsbury House at 11am with lunch to follow at Woodstock Station before play at 3pm. Cost is $25/person, limited availability. Contact Bob at 802-748-8470 to reserve your spot. 50+ only. TURKEY RAFFLE — By American Legion Post #58. Silent Raffle by American Legion Auxiliary Unit 58, Fri., Nov. 18 at 6pm, Maple St., St. Johnsbury. OLD TIME MUSIC 11/17 sponsored by Good Living Senior Center. JUST HAVIN’ FUN with Debbie Hampson, Vicki Moore and Paul Whittall. Vocals, guitar, mountain dulcimer, fiddle and more! 1-3pm, 1207 Main St., St. Johnsbury. 802-535-6069 for confirmation or more info. CHRISTMAS IN THE KINGDOM HOLIDAY BAZAAR — Sat., Nov. 19, 9am-2pm, Danville Congregational Church, 87 Hill St., Danville. Cookie Walk, Crafts, Houseplants, Jewelry, Baked Goods, Jams & Jellies, Grannie’s Attic. Soup and Finger Roll Lunch with Pie $10.
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