THE PAT O'HAGAN MEMORIAL FIDDLERS' CONTEST-Labor Doy, Sept. 3, Shoffield Field Day, Miller's Run School, 3249 VT Rt. 122, 2pm. Registration: 1:30. Free. Questions? 802-626-8293 or bbkinneli@oolcom. MILITARY HELPLINE-Call 888-457-4838 or TEXT MILI to 839863.24/7 sup- port for service members, veterans, and their families, from any branch of mili tary. W. BARNET SENIOR MEALSITE-Aug. 22: Baked stufed fish, home fries, peas, fresh vegetables, pudding. Aug. 24: Hamburger on bun, pasta salad, ambrosio salad, bar cookies. Aug. 29: Beef tips over noodles, green beans, homemade breod, Jell-O with fruit. Aug. 31: Salmon pea wiggle, crockers, fresh vogetables, homemode bread, fruit. (MUSIC BY THE BOYZ NAMI FAMILY SUPPORT meets the fourth Wednesday of each month, 5:30- 7pm at the NvRH Medical Library. FREE. FMI: 802-748-2360. BURKE SENIOR MEALSITE AUGUST MENU! 8/20: Chicken & biscuits & apple crisp. 8/22: Shepherds pie &catmeal raisin cookies. 8/24: Mac&cheese & cake w/coconut frosting. 8/27: Pork chop dinner & spice coke. 8/29: Chicken alfredo bake &strawberry short cake. 8/31: Quiche& raspberry princess bars BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP meets the third Thursday of each month; 6- 7:30pm, at 161 Sherman Drive, St. Johnsbury. Sponsored by Caledonia Home Health & Hospice. RSVP: 802-748-8116 THE NORTH COUNTRY LONGSPURS 22nd annual NWTF JAKES Event Sept.15, Bunnell Camp in Passumpsic, 7am-3:30pm for ages 7-17. Registration $15, scholorships availoble. FMI: Colleen at 802-535-7459 OIN THE FIGHT FOR ALZHEIMERS FIRST SURVIVOR Wak To End Alzheimer's, St. Johnsbury Wekcome Center, Sept. 9, 9am check-in, 10am Open- ing Ceremony. Register now at http://www.alz.org/wok This space provided commpliments of NFP ealthManagement 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: infopoulesinsurance.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS. SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION DANVILLE SENIOR MEALSITE-Tuesday, Aug. 21:Summer fruit platter, finger sandwiches, sliced tomatoes& cookies. Thursday, Aug. 23: Greek tacos, cherry tomato salad, coleslaw, rice Salad& zucchini cobbler EVERY SATURDAY THROUGH AUGUST 25 Catamount Arts, in conjunction with The Fomily Ploce, is presenting a series of free Family Arts Activities at the St. Johnsbury Farmers' Market. Hours are 9am-1pm. COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS provides support for families following a child's death. Meets the third Thursdoy of every month, 6:30pm at Orleans Federated Church, 34 Church St., Orleans, VT. FMI: 802 754-2085 ENERGIZE 365 POP-UPS in the Parks brings Golden Ball Tai Chi to Bandstand Park, Lyndonville on Aug. 25 at 10am. Sponsored by the Coledonio and South Essex Accountable Health Community. FREE. LOOK GOOD FEEL BETTER CLASS: An American Cancer Society program to help women combat the appearance reloted side effects of cancer treatment Free cosmetic kt provided. Tuesday, Aug. 21, 10-11:30am at Norris Cotton Can- cer Center-North in St. Johnsbury. Registration required. Call 802-473-4100. FREE WANTED HOPE" SUMMER CONCERT: Broken Pieces will provide music and share testimonies of how Jesus gives meaning to our lives. Saturday, Aug. 25, 6-7pm, St. Johnsbury Welcome Center ENERGIZE 365 POP-UPS in the Parks brings Kris Stil Amold's ZUMBA class to Main Street Park in St. Johnsbury, Aug. 25, 2:30-3:30pm. Sponsored by the Caledonia and South Essex Accountable Health Community. FREE.