EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

September 19, 2013

Middle-schoolers invited to dance tomorrow


The Eagle-Tribune

---- — PLAISTOW — The Knights of Columbus will hold their first Middle School Dance of the school year for children in the sixth through eighth grades tomorrow night. The dance is held at St Luke’s Church Hall (formerly Holy Angels) on Route 121 near the Haverhill/Atkinson line. The dance runs from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

The admission cost is $5 and there is also a concession stand. The children are expected to show up in proper attire (school type rules apply). The dance is well chaperoned with 20-plus adults and there is also a policeman on duty inside the dance. If you have any questions about the dance, email Peter of the Knights at pmrpjs6@hotmail.com.

Windham Swing Band performs Sunday

LONDONDERRY — The Windham Swing Band performs Sunday at Whippersnappers, 44 Nashua Road, from 6 to 10 p.m.

The 18-piece big band and singer plays dance music and standards.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door or by calling 434-2660.

Pelham kids, start coloring

PELHAM — Pelham Recreation’s Halloween Coloring Contest is underway. Children up to age 10 are eligible.

Pumpkin scenes should be sent to the Parks and Recreation office by Oct. 28. Call 635-2721 for more information.

Tickets on sale for ‘Unmask the Magic’

WINDHAM — Windham Endowment’s “Unmask the Magic” benefit dinner, featuring live music by Rico Barr and the Jump ‘N Jive Review will be Nov. 2 from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. at Promises to Keep in Derry.

Tickets are $75 per person, $70 before Oct. 11.

Call 490-6898 for more information or visit windhamendowment.org.

Kingston library presents Muslim series

KINGSTON — Kingston Community Library is offering patrons a chance to enjoy books, films and discussions of Muslim history and culture.

“Bridging Cultures: Understanding the Middle East & What it Means Today” is a multipart, grant-funded program that explores the connections between Muslims and Christians through a variety of presentations.

The series, funded through three state and national grants, runs from October to May. The program includes presentations by scholars from the University of New Hampshire, Georgetown University and Harvard.

Grants were received from the American Library Association, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the New Hampshire Humanities Council.

For more information, including the calendar of events, visit the library’s website at kingston-library.org and click on the Bridging Cultures tab.