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March 16, 2014

Community Calendar

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New England Percussion Championships, noon to 7 p.m. at the North Andover High School. Up to 30 bands will be performing. All proceeds will support music programs in the North Andover public schools. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for youth. Call 978-681-9915.

“Ireland In Song — Celtic Melodies for Voice & Piano,” 2 p.m. at the Lawrence Public Library, Sargent Auditorium, 51 Lawrence St. Performed by Terri and George Kelley. Presented by the Friends of the Lawrence Public Library and The Irish Foundation. Free admission.

Monday, March 31

Monday Movie, 7 p.m. in the Memorial Hall Library’s Activity Room, 2 North Main St., Andover. Attend the free movie and enter to win the DVD. Sponsored by the Friends of Memorial Hall Library. For this month’s selection, visit mhl.org/mondaymovies.

Movie Afternoon, noon in the Town Hall Meeting Room, 183 Main St., Groveland. “All Is Lost” will be shown. Reservations are required. Call 978-372-1101 to reserve a seat or visit GrovelandMA.com for more information.

The Origins of Women’s Studies, 1:30 p.m. at The Center at Punchard (The Center), 30 Whittier Court, Andover. Merrimack College Women’s Studies professor Dr. Debra Michals will discuss the origins of this course of study, the politics surrounding it, and why it’s important. Cost is $3. Preregistration is required as space is limited. Open to the entire community, pending space. Call 978-623-8321 or visit andoverseniorcenter.org.

Book to Film Club meeting, 7 p.m. at the Haverhill Public Library. The group will discuss “Captain Phillips” and the book it is based on.

Tuesday, April 1

Padre Pio Prayer Group meeting, 6:30 p.m. in the chapel of St. Monica Parish, 212 Lawrence St., Methuen. The meeting will consist of the regular monthly devotions: recitation of the Holy Rosary with meditations written by Saint Padre Pio and the chaplet of Divine Mercy. It has been a Catholic tradition through the centuries to meditate on the Way of the Cross, so that it becomes a way of life. Mary, the Mother of Jesus, made the first way of the cross. These stations called Mary’s Way of the Cross, will be prayed in an attempt to present that viewpoint. Bring a friend. Call 978-683-1193.

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