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Things to do – Week of September 15, 2021

Wednesday, Sept. 15

LINE DANCING WITH THE HARVEYS – Fort Kent Senior Center, 6-8 p.m., with Warren and Joan. Offered by SJV Senior College. FMI: 834-3536 or 728-3371 or register at www.sjvsc.org.

PICKLEBALL – Portage Lake, 6 p.m. at the courts behind the town hall. Weather permitting. all levels/skills welcome. No signup; just show up.

FALLS PREVENTION INFORMATIONAL SESSION – Online, 10-11 a.m., with Aroostook Agency on Aging. Free; preregistration is required. FMI: 764-3396/1-800-439-1789 or email info@aroostookaging.org.

MEDICARE FRAUD AND ABUSE SESSION – Online, 1-2 p.m., withAroostook Agency on Aging. Call Medicare Coordinator Tara Henderson at 764-3396 or 800-439-1789 for more information or to preregister.

SAVVY CAREGIVER – Online, 12 noon, Wednesdays through Oct. 13. Introduces family members to the role of caregiving. FMI: 764-3396/1-800-439-1789 or email info@aroostookaging.org to receive a link.

THE GATHERING PLACE – Online, 10-11 a.m., hosted by Aroostook Agency on Aging and AgingME. Safe space for those with chronic health conditions or memory loss to interact with others. FMI: 764-3396/1-800-439-1789 or email info@aroostookaging.org.

Thursday, Sept. 16

SJV SENIOR COLLEGE: PERENNIAL GARDENS FROM START TO FINISH – Zoom class, 7 p.m., with Sonia Paradis.  FMI: 834-3536 or 728-3371, or register at www.sjvsc.org.

Friday, Sept. 17

AA MEETING – Fort Kent, 7 p.m., St. Louis Church, 26 E. Main St.

BIBLE STUDY – Frenchville, 6:30 p.m., home of Nancy Dellagrotta. Bible study on original Christianity. FMI: 543-6619.

RIBBON CUTTING – Fort Kent, 5:30 p.m., UMFK Enrollment & Advancement Center. Tours given of the new building. Masks required. Free and open to the public. FMI: 207-834-7557.

TAI CHI FOR BETTER HEALTH AND BALANCE –Fort Kent Senior Center, 9:30-10:30 a.m., Mondays and Fridays through Nov. 19. Hosted by Aroostook Agency on Aging and Healthy Living for ME. Instructor: Ben Paradis. Fee: $20. FMI: Jane Hanson, 764-3396 or 1-800-439-1789, or visit www.healthylivingforme.org.

Saturday, Sept. 18

AA MEETING – Madawaska, 9:30 a.m., 309 St. Thomas St. (building next to Catholic Church, rear door).

ALUMNI SOCCER GAME – Fort Kent, 8 a.m., UMFK Alumni Memorial Field, alumni vs. student athletes. First 20 players get a free T-shirt. Free. Alumni can register by emailing Oniqueky Samuels at oniqueky.samuels@maine.edu.

VOLLEYBALL – Fort Kent, 12 noon and 2 p.m., UMFK Sports Center, Lady Bengals vs. Husson Eagles. UMFK swag giveaways during the game. FMI: 207-834-7571.

UMFK ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY – Fort Kent, 5 p.m. social and 6 p.m.dinner, UMFK’s Nowland Hall. 2020 Inductees: Bill Ashby, Jennifer Colpitts, Jimmy Lopez and Jarryd Phillips. Wilda Kelly will be presented the Floyd “Red” Powell Award. $30/person. Purchase at the Sports Center or at: https://athletics.umfk.edu/hof/. FMI: 207-834-8637.

Sunday, Sept. 19

UMFK ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BRUNCH – 11 a.m., Nadeau Hall. Open to entire UMFK community and the public. $10/person. For tickets or FMI: 207-834-7800 or

shannon.lugdon@maine.edu.

SOCCER – Fort Kent, UMFK Alumni Memorial Field, 1 p.m., Lady Bengals vs. Central Maine Community College Mustangs. At 3 p.m., the Bengal men will play CMCC. UMFK swag giveaways and onsite concessions.  FMI: 207-834-7571

Monday, Sept. 20

TAI CHI FOR BETTER HEALTH AND BALANCE –Fort Kent Senior Center, 9:30-10:30 a.m., Mondays and Fridays through Nov. 19. Hosted by Aroostook Agency on Aging and Healthy Living for ME. Instructor: Ben Paradis. Fee: $20. FMI: Jane Hanson, 764-3396 or 1-800-439-1789, or visit www.healthylivingforme.org.

Tuesday, Sept. 21

SJV SENIOR COLLEGE: WEBSTER-ASHBURTON TREATY – SJV Senior College, Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842 and Maine’s No Border, with Paul Buck. Fort Kent, 3:30 p.m., UMFK Cyr Hall Room 204.  Call 834-3536 or 728-3371 or Register at www.sjvsc.org.

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