---- — PLAISTOW — The Timberlane wrestling boosters club is hosting a spaghetti supper on Thursday at the Plaistow Fish and Game Club.
Pasta, meatballs and salad will be served from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tickets cost $8 each, $26 for a family of four. Raffles and prizes will be available.
All proceeds go toward the Timberlane Regional High School wrestling team.
Plaistow Fish and Game Club is located at 18 May Ray Drive.
Play dodge ball in Pelham
PELHAM — Pelham Parks and Recreation is hosting dodge ball games starting March 2.
Games are open to participants ages 9 and up. The cost is $35 per person.
Call 603-635-2721 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Register online at webtrac.pelhamweb.com.
Story time goes to Bean Towne
HAMPSTEAD — On Thursday at 4 p.m., Patty Falconer, the youth services librarian from Hampstead Public Library, is taking story time on the road with a special event at Bean Towne Coffee House & Café on Route 111.
Parents are invited to bring the children after school to enjoy great books, crafts and time with friends. While the kids get creative, adults can relax and enjoy the Bean Towne amenities.
For more information, call the library at 603-329-6411.
Indoor flea market planned
HAVERHILL — The Ladies Philoptochos Society Elpis will hold an indoor flea market on March 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church, 154 Winter St.
Items available for purchase include furniture, clothing, glassware, books, jewelry, knick-knacks, and other bargains. Greek pastry will be for sale, along with refreshments.
Tables are available for rent and can be reserved by calling 978-374-8887 or 978-373-3311. The Ladies Philoptochos Society Elpis is a nonprofit organization of the church. Proceeds from this event will support various charities.
Participants needed for Manufacturing Training Program
Northern Essex Community College is looking for two dozen men or women to enroll in a free, 25-week, Advanced Manufacturing Training Program.
Informational sessions will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. on Feb. 18 at NECC Riverwalk, 360 Merrimack St., Lawrence, and on Feb. 20 at NECC’s Haverhill campus, 100 Elliot St. These sessions are free.
Participants can chose to enroll in the basic machine track offered in partnership with Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School or the basic electronic track offered in partnership with the Greater Lawrence Technical School. Tuition is grant funded.
The program begins April 22 and ends in late October. Classes are from 3 to 8 p.m., four to five days a week. This program, which was modeled on a similar but shorter NECC pilot program which resulted in jobs for those who completed the program, will prepare participants for jobs as Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine operators, CNC machine technicians, electro-mechanical assemblers, electrical and electronic technicians, and test technicians.
Graduates of the pilot program have been hired by Arwood Machine Inc. in Newburyport, which is a manufacturer of ultra-precision metal components used in aerospace, communications and defense, and AW Chesterton in Groveland, a global leader in the manufacture of polymer and mechanical seals.
More information is available from Renee Deyermond at email@example.com or 978-659-1223.