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September 11, 2013

Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign announced for October

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All riders must arrive between 11 and 11:15 a.m. The ride will commence at 11:30 a.m. to proceed to the Legion for arrival at noon. Stop in and see Ron or Nikki at Fremont Machine and Tool to sign a waiver and/or purchase tickets. You may also purchase event tickets online at www.thed1fund.com. The waiver is posted online as well so you can print it out, sign it and bring it with you to the event.

Lambert is known throughout the region for drag bike racing at New England Dragway. Lambert and his brother Ron Lambert operate Fremont Machine and Tool. Admission, which includes music and food, is $11 for ages 12 and over; $5 for children ages 5 to 11 and free for children under 5. More information is available from Lambert’s sister, Kathy Meuse, at 603-702-3037 or email thed1fund@outlook.com.

Learn about the city’s shoe industry on Saturday at museum

The Buttonwoods Museum will present a family program on Haverhill’s shoe industry on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 1 p.m. This presentation is bring held in tandem with the Smithsonian traveling exhibition, “The Way We Worked.”

The program includes a tour of the Daniel Hunkins Shoe Shop, designing your own 3D paper shoes to take home, a scavenger hunt and more. Cost is $5 for kids and $2 for adults. To register please email programs@haverhillhistory.org by tomorrow.

More information is available by calling 978-374-4626. The Haverhill Historical Society/Buttonwoods Museum is at 240 Water St.

Maine artist featured in ArtSpace

Maine artist Paul Oberst is presenting his large scale art installation titled “Banded/Cornered/Assembled” at Northern Essex Community College’s Bentley Library ArtSpace on the Haverhill campus, 100 Elliott St., now through Oct. 12. An opening reception is on Thursday, Sept. 12 from 3 to 5 p.m.

“This show is an exploration of the NECC gallery with elements brought into the space to reconfigure and activate the environment,” says Oberst, who resides in Freedom, Maine. “A common challenge in all the work is how to make the maximum impact with the least amount of resources.”

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