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Things to do – Week of December 1, 2021

Wednesday, Dec. 1

CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP – Online, 12-1 p.m., hosted by Aroostook Agency on Aging. Share feelings, make friends and learn from others traveling a similar path. FMI: Call 764-3396, 1-800-439-1789 or email info@aroostookaging.org.

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, Dec. 2

BINGOCIZE – Online, 9:30-10:30 a.m., hosted by Aroostook Agency on Aging, Healthy Living for ME and AgingME. Combines bingo with moderate exercise. For anyone 55-plus. FMI or to register, call Jane Hanson, 764-3396 or 1-800-439-1789, or visit healthylivingforme.org.

Friday, Dec. 3

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.

Saturday, Dec. 4

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

LONG LAKE LIBRARY FAIR – Long Lake Public Library invites all to attend a craft/vendor/bake sale/chicken stew and buns, a library fundraiser fair, 9 a.m-1 p.m. at 384 Main Street in St. Agatha.

SNOWSHOEING AT THE FK OUTDOOR CENTER – St. John Valley Senior College, 1 p.m. at the Outdoor Center with Laura Audibert. Call 834-3536 or 728-3371 or register at www.sjvsc.org.

VETERANS FREE BREAKFAST – Fort Kent , American Legion Post 133, 7:30-9:30 a.m. Free. Mask if desired. No more than 50 people at a time. Donations accepted.

Monday, Dec. 6

K OF C BINGO – Fort Kent, 6-9 p.m. at K of C Hall, 372 Frenchville Rd. Masks will be required. Members of the same family living together can sit next to each other. All others need to follow the 6 foot distance. 

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