Sunday, June 8
Girl Scout Camp Maude Eaton to have Open House, 1 to 4 p.m. located at 141 Abbot St., Andover. Visit girlscoutseasternmass.org.
Merrimack Valley Community Music School Recital, 3 p.m. at South Church, 41 Central St., Andover. Students and faculty will perform individually, and in various ensemble groupings. MVCMS Flute Choir, and MVCMS Blues Jam will also be featured during the recital. The Flute Choir and Blues Jam both have openings for new members. Admission to the recital is free and open to the public. Visit mvmusicschool.org.
Sunday Morning Meditation, 8 a.m. at 85 Essex St., second floor, Haverhill. Offers meditations of healing, kindness, goodwill and spiritual development. The nonsectarian meditations cleanse, relieve stress, energize, heal, and activate inner potential. Call 978-457-6900.
Monday, June 9
“Spring Cleaning for Your Estate Planning,” 1:30 p.m. at the Andover Senior Center, 30 Whittier Court. Certified Elder Law Attorneys Patrick Curley and Lucy Budman will discuss MassHealth, the five-year look back period for nursing home benefits, trusts, avoiding probate, and avoiding planning mistakes that can lead to unnecessary taxes, especially upon the ultimate sale of the family home. If planning to attend this free presentation, call 781-245-2222, ext. 10 to reserve a seat or visit CurleyLawFirm.com for more information.
South School’s Pack 76 Cub Scout Parent Information & Registration Night, 7 to 8 p.m. in the school’s cafeteria, 55 Woburn St., Andover. Children are welcome. Sponsored by Cub Scout Pack 76 and Cubmaster Nick Warne. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday Movie, noon in the Groveland Town Hall, 183 Main St. “Nebraska” will be screened. Reservations are requested. Call 978-372-1101 to reserve a seat. Visit GrovelandMA.com for more information.
“The Bones Remain Project” on Display, at the Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main St., Andover. As a way to honor and remember the 800,000 victims of the Rwandan Genocide, a group of students and teachers from Andover High School collaborated to create “The Bones Remain.” Students sculpted human bones out of clay, to install as a collection modeled after genocide memorials in Rwanda, which expose the bones of victims as a means of ensuring that the atrocities of 1994 are never forgotten. The bones in the student exhibit represent all genocide victims around the world, past and present. The exhibit mirrors the One Million Bones Project (onemillionbones.org), which was on display on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. in June 2013. The Andover Fund for Education provided a grant for the installation. The opening reception is Thursday, June 12, 6 to 7 p.m. Call 978-623-8401, ext. 31 or 32 or visit mhl.org.