Temple meeting

WILTON – Temple Shalom Tsafon (North) will meet at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, at Eric Rutberg’s new office in the Bass Building, 284 Main St. Use the lakeside entrance. Those who need directions should call Rutberg at 645-9700. Bring a dairy or parve dish for a potluck dinner following the session.

Tennis tourney

WILTON – Tennis enthusiasts of the area, from beginner to expert, are invited to participate in a tennis scrambles tournament. The Gail Saviello Memorial Tournament will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, with final matches played at approximately 4 p.m. Matches will be held at Academy Hill courts and several surrounding courts. Rain date is 11 a.m. Sept. 25.

Participants are asked to sign up as individuals. Pairings will be made in order to keep all teams fairly even. Eight game pro sets will be played.

The tournament is being held to benefit the Academy Hill courts’ upkeep and Wilton Public Library. Each player is asked to make a donation of $15 on arrival; students 18 and under, $10.

Lunch and snacks will be provided by the Tyngtown Club of Wilton, which is sponsoring the event. Call Mary Ryan at 645-4878 or e-mail [email protected] to register.

Those who are unable to play but who would like to make a donation are asked to make checks payable to Tyngtown Club and mail to Mary Ryan, P.O. Box 134, Wilton, ME 04294.

Benefit concert

FARMINGTON – The Old South Congregational Church, Main Street, will hold a benefit concert, “Food, Glorious Food,” at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1.

Donations will be taken at the door with a suggested donation of $10 a person. The program will include a full-course menu of music and humor for all ages, featuring the Mt. Blue Voices, Farmington’s three tenors: Morton, Shumway and Woodward; Ruth Hill, a reunion of the Hopeful Corvettes; the Hot Airs flute ensemble; accompanist Patricia Hayden; the Old South Choir directed by Joel Hayden and Jane Parker and several of her young music students sprinkled with work play theatre by Dale Hill and friends.

The proceeds will benefit the Old South Church kitchen remodeling project. The kitchen serves free community lunches each month from September to May.

New coffeehouse

KENTS HILL – The first Kents Hill Coffeehouse has begun its first season with a well attended evening. Profits will go to local mission projects – this fall to elder housing rehabilitation in Mt. Vernon.

The mission of the coffeehouse is to offer the best in folk and acoustic music while raising funds for local charities. The venue is located in the basement of the Torsey Memorial Church, Route 17.

Regular performances will be held at 8 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month, with doors opening at 7:30. Shows will run until 10 p.m. with an intermission. Tickets will be $5 unless otherwise indicated and may be purchased at the door. Sistermoon will appear on Oct. 11.

For more information or to volunteer, contact Scott King, director, at 685-9116 or [email protected]

Haunted hayride

EUSTIS – The 10th annual PTC Haunted Hayride is scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Cathedral Pines Campground. The Drop Dead Cafe will serve lots of spooktacular goodies.

The PTC will offer senior/handicapped and group rates if people call ahead. People can set up sites in the campground at no cost but students need an adult chaperone on site at all times.

FMI: Deb Buschmann 265-2324.


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