---- — Andover Youth Services is running an Ultimate Frisbee summer league on Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. through Aug. 14 at Wood Hill Middle School, 11 Cross St.
The popularity of Ultimate Frisbee has soared in Andover, which fields junior varsity, varsity and girls teams at Andover High School as well as a team at the middle school level.
The summer program is a learning league. No experience is necessary; everyone is welcome, even those who have never touched a Frisbee.
Visit http://ays.recdesk.com/recdeskportal/Home/tabid/1159/Default.aspx for details and online registration.
Kite festival set to fly on July 20
LAWRENCE - Children and adults can participate in Groundwork Lawrence’s annual Kite Festival July 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Pemberton Park.
There will be kite making workshops, and Lawrence Heritage State Park will offer trolley rides. Food will be provided by Lawrence Public Schools summer meals program.
College of History and Legal Studies sets open house
SALEM, N.H. — The American College of History and Legal Studies (ACHLS), the nation’s only college dedicated exclusively to the study of history, will hold an open house Aug. 7 at the school at 1 Stiles Road beginning at 7 p.m. It will last approximately 11/2 hours.
It is open to all interested students. Refreshments will be served.
Beside its focus on history and legal studies, the ACHLS is a novel senior, or completion, college, offering only the junior and senior years of college. After their junior year, students who do well at ACHLS will be able to enter law school at the Massachusetts School of Law and receive their B.A. after the first year of law school, rather than after a fourth year of undergraduate school.
For more information, please call (603) 458-5145 or visit the ACHLS web site at www.achls.org.
Ribbon cutting set for Spicket River Greenway
LAWRENCE — The ribbon cutting ceremony and official opening of the Spicket River Greenway will be held July 26 at 10 a.m. at Immigrant Place Park, Chestnut and Short streets.
The project which took more than a decade to build is a network of 3.5 miles of green space and walking paths along the stretch of the Spicket River.