Today is Wednesday, October 30. Here are five things worth
Note From The LHS Chorus: The Lynnfield High School Chorus
is selling holiday wreaths from now until November 14th. The natural balsam fir wreaths are 25" and
beautifully decorated either in the classic ($25), Hanukkah ($25), cranberry
splash ($28), or Victorian style ($29). The classic wreath is also available
in a 48" size. The Hanukkah wreaths will be delivered by November
27th and the other wreaths will be delivered between December 2nd and
6th. Orders can be taken by any member of the Lynnfield High School
Chorus or by contacting Laura Dillon at 781-334-6890 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Sales will
benefit the Lynnfield Vocal Arts which raises money to support the Lynnfield
High School choral program.
MarketStreet Lynnfield has scheduled a “Halloween Spooktcular” on Wednesday, October 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. Activities include a costume dance party at The Green and cookie decorating at Williams Sonoma, with store to store trick or treating beginning at 5:30 p.m.
From Centre Congregational Church: Need to get rid of old appliances or electronics? Recycle them at Centre Church this Sat, Nov. 2 from 9am-1pm. Lower cost than town recycling stickers. Check the website for details www.centre-church.org or call 781-334-3050.
Next Monday the Lynnfield Library is holding a Diwali Party to celebrate the Hindu and Sikh festival. The kids will hear a story about the mythology behind the holiday and will also make a craft and sample some Indian food. All ages welcome.
From The Lynnfield Senior Center: Karen Orband, R.N will be here to discuss diabetes, what it is and treatments. Thurs, Oct. 31st at 12:30. Free. Please sign up. Lunch is at 11:30 for $2.00/$3.00. Sign up for lunch by noon the day before. Depending on interest this could be a monthly discussion.