Advertisement

  • Published Date

    September 13, 2021
    This ad was originally published on this date and may contain an offer that is no longer valid. To learn more about this business and its most recent offers, click here.

Ad Text

WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE - Wed., Sept. 15: Boked beans, ham, coleslow, homemade roll, bread pudding. Fri., Sept. 17: The Boyz 10:30 - 11:30: Roost pork, moshed potatoes, California veggies, applesauce, homemode roll, coke. "In house dining resumes - note time change 11:30am-12:30pm. FMI: Jane 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860* suggest- ed donation_$4.00 ($5.00 under age 60) TAKE-OUTS: PRE-ORDERED MEALS ARE REQUIRED and will be ready for you 11:00-12:00. BURKE MEAL SITE- Mon., Sept. 13: Meat loof, moshed po- tatoes, Brussels sprouts, corrot coke. Wed., Sept. 15: Roost pork, roosted root vegetables, apple crisp. Fri., Sept. 17: Sweet and sour chicken, rice, carrot & broccoli, fresh fruit cup. Menu items subject to change without notice, dine in time is 12:00 and please call by 9:00am for takeout meals. DANVILLE MEAL SITE- Tue., Sept. 14: Shepherd's pie, mashed potatoes, peas and corrots, three bean vegetable soup, homemade Chollah, strawberries. Thurs., Sept. 16: Chicken mushroom mor- sola, whole wheat noodles, Colifornia blend vegetables, gazpocho soup, homemode Challah, honeydew_melon. DINING ROOM CLOSED. CALL 684-3389 BY 9:30AM FOR 11AM PICK UP LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF-Elm St., Lyndonville, is still open every Wednesday ot 10am for pre-bagged groceries to anyone in our areal Questions to Deb: 626-5586. .. .... NEK COUNCIL ON AGING FREE QUAHOG DANCE THEATER beginning 9/21 at Cotemount, Tues. 10-11:30om and Thurs. 5:30- 7:30pm. No theoter or dance experience necessary. FUN AWAITSI Register 802-751-0431. KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF ot 36 Stee- ple Place, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. and Thurs, noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581. We ore using all necessory precoutions ogoinst COID-19. TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) - Monroe, NH meets at ópm. Thursdays ot Monroe Public Library. New members are welcomel ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM - Open for business Library & Gollery Monday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and Closed Sundays. FMI www.stjathenoeum.org HOPE'S 2021 COLOR RUN/WALK ON SEPT. 18 HAS BEEN CANCELED due to COVID concerns in the NEK. Thi spece provide compliments ef: ONFP estin Monagement Benefits Insurance TO PUT YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON PROFIT EFENTS, MAIL YOUR COPY TO: NFF. BOX 4S09, ST. JOHNSBURV. VT OSS19. E-MAIL ADDRIESS: afepoaleslasurance.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS. SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS. NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION. RETIRED TEACHERS - The Caledonia & S. Essex Retired Teachers hold its first in-person meeting on 9/28 @ Knights of Pythios Hall, 336 Hill Street, Donville. Masks requested to be worn inside until you are seated. Registration for the meal ($12) and dues ($5) will begin at 11:30am with meal at noon. Collers will be calling you to register for the meal. Call 427-3562 if you are not colled. FMI call Kathy Joslin 695-2916. CALLING ALL PICKLEBALL PLAYERS - To sign up for our first open tournoment/rapid round robin/fundraiser for the Walk to End Alzheimer's on Set., Sept. 11 from 9-1lam, contact mi miler3149@gmol.com. Round robin odut (16 and older) doubles pickleboll at Powers Pork in Lyndonville every Monday 4.7 (roin date Thursday 4-7) and Wednesday 4-7 and Soturday 8-11 am. All abilifies welcome. Sneakers required. Extra poddles available. Continues through October. ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER - Celebrat- ing the town's rich legocy, the Center exhibits, preserves, ond teach- es history to all oges. June-Sept. hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am to 4pm. Located ot 421 Summer Street, St. Johnsbury, (802-424- 1090). Visit www.stihistory.org to find special articles and events. NORTHEAST KINGDOM WALK TO END ALZHEIMER'S - Sun., Sept. 26. Registration storts of 9am, Promise Gerden Open- ing Ceremony is at 10am and we walk at 10:15am. Save fime on Walk Day - register, volunteer or donate NOW at: oct.alz.org/ vermont #ENDALZ NORTHERN HARMONY performs Soturday, Sept. 18 ot 7pm, York Street Meeting House, Lyndon, polyphony from South Africa, Georgio, Bulgaria, Mocedonio, Corsico, contemporary American songs, and renaissance Italian songs. Voccinated only; everyone requested to mosk. CHICKEN PIE SUPPERI Sat., Sept. 25, Spm, second setting to follow, Concord Community Church, 481 Main Street, Concord, VT, By Donation: Delicious Chicken 'n Biscuits with oll the fixings and homemede dessert pies. "GRUB ON THE GREEN" community potluck meol, music by Comfort Country. Sat., Sept. 18, Noon-2pm, Lunenburg Common. All communities and visitors welcomel Bring main or side dish to share. FMI www.topofthecommon.org or 802-751-9279. WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE - Wed., Sept. 15: Boked beans, ham, coleslow, homemade roll, bread pudding. Fri., Sept. 17: The Boyz 10:30 - 11:30: Roost pork, moshed potatoes, California veggies, applesauce, homemode roll, coke. "In house dining resumes - note time change 11:30am-12:30pm. FMI: Jane 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860* suggest- ed donation_$4.00 ($5.00 under age 60) TAKE-OUTS: PRE-ORDERED MEALS ARE REQUIRED and will be ready for you 11:00-12:00. BURKE MEAL SITE- Mon., Sept. 13: Meat loof, moshed po- tatoes, Brussels sprouts, corrot coke. Wed., Sept. 15: Roost pork, roosted root vegetables, apple crisp. Fri., Sept. 17: Sweet and sour chicken, rice, carrot & broccoli, fresh fruit cup. Menu items subject to change without notice, dine in time is 12:00 and please call by 9:00am for takeout meals. DANVILLE MEAL SITE- Tue., Sept. 14: Shepherd's pie, mashed potatoes, peas and corrots, three bean vegetable soup, homemade Chollah, strawberries. Thurs., Sept. 16: Chicken mushroom mor- sola, whole wheat noodles, Colifornia blend vegetables, gazpocho soup, homemode Challah, honeydew_melon. DINING ROOM CLOSED. CALL 684-3389 BY 9:30AM FOR 11AM PICK UP LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF-Elm St., Lyndonville, is still open every Wednesday ot 10am for pre-bagged groceries to anyone in our areal Questions to Deb: 626-5586. .. .... NEK COUNCIL ON AGING FREE QUAHOG DANCE THEATER beginning 9/21 at Cotemount, Tues. 10-11:30om and Thurs. 5:30- 7:30pm. No theoter or dance experience necessary. FUN AWAITSI Register 802-751-0431. KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF ot 36 Stee- ple Place, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. and Thurs, noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581. We ore using all necessory precoutions ogoinst COID-19. TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) - Monroe, NH meets at ópm. Thursdays ot Monroe Public Library. New members are welcomel ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM - Open for business Library & Gollery Monday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and Closed Sundays. FMI www.stjathenoeum.org HOPE'S 2021 COLOR RUN/WALK ON SEPT. 18 HAS BEEN CANCELED due to COVID concerns in the NEK. Thi spece provide compliments ef: ONFP estin Monagement Benefits Insurance TO PUT YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON PROFIT EFENTS, MAIL YOUR COPY TO: NFF. BOX 4S09, ST. JOHNSBURV. VT OSS19. E-MAIL ADDRIESS: afepoaleslasurance.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS. SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS. NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION. RETIRED TEACHERS - The Caledonia & S. Essex Retired Teachers hold its first in-person meeting on 9/28 @ Knights of Pythios Hall, 336 Hill Street, Donville. Masks requested to be worn inside until you are seated. Registration for the meal ($12) and dues ($5) will begin at 11:30am with meal at noon. Collers will be calling you to register for the meal. Call 427-3562 if you are not colled. FMI call Kathy Joslin 695-2916. CALLING ALL PICKLEBALL PLAYERS - To sign up for our first open tournoment/rapid round robin/fundraiser for the Walk to End Alzheimer's on Set., Sept. 11 from 9-1lam, contact mi miler3149@gmol.com. Round robin odut (16 and older) doubles pickleboll at Powers Pork in Lyndonville every Monday 4.7 (roin date Thursday 4-7) and Wednesday 4-7 and Soturday 8-11 am. All abilifies welcome. Sneakers required. Extra poddles available. Continues through October. ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER - Celebrat- ing the town's rich legocy, the Center exhibits, preserves, ond teach- es history to all oges. June-Sept. hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am to 4pm. Located ot 421 Summer Street, St. Johnsbury, (802-424- 1090). Visit www.stihistory.org to find special articles and events. NORTHEAST KINGDOM WALK TO END ALZHEIMER'S - Sun., Sept. 26. Registration storts of 9am, Promise Gerden Open- ing Ceremony is at 10am and we walk at 10:15am. Save fime on Walk Day - register, volunteer or donate NOW at: oct.alz.org/ vermont #ENDALZ NORTHERN HARMONY performs Soturday, Sept. 18 ot 7pm, York Street Meeting House, Lyndon, polyphony from South Africa, Georgio, Bulgaria, Mocedonio, Corsico, contemporary American songs, and renaissance Italian songs. Voccinated only; everyone requested to mosk. CHICKEN PIE SUPPERI Sat., Sept. 25, Spm, second setting to follow, Concord Community Church, 481 Main Street, Concord, VT, By Donation: Delicious Chicken 'n Biscuits with oll the fixings and homemede dessert pies. "GRUB ON THE GREEN" community potluck meol, music by Comfort Country. Sat., Sept. 18, Noon-2pm, Lunenburg Common. All communities and visitors welcomel Bring main or side dish to share. FMI www.topofthecommon.org or 802-751-9279.

Business Info

Digital Offer

Not Available