14 The Patriot, March 21, 2012
Events Calendar This Week......
Wednesday, March 21
Harrington HealthCare at Hubbard to Host Diabetes Speaker
WEBSTER - The public is invited to join Harrington HealthCare at Hubbard on Wednesday, March 21 at 6 p.m. to hear A1C Champions speaker Bob Braun deliver a free education program on diabetes self-management and life- style strategies. The program is being offered in partnership with Sanofi Diabetes and the Harrington HealthCare. Braun will cover topics including achieving good glucose control; learning about effective self-management; developing a balanced, healthy lifestyle; planning and prioritizing diabetes man- agement; overcoming fears surrounding diabetes and find- ing resources for diabetes support. If you or someone you know is struggling with diabetes,
this program can provide the motivation to take those first steps to better blood glucose control. Diabetes patients need to know they are not alone and there are people like Braun who can help them along their journey with diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic, widespread condition. It is esti-
mated that that nearly 26 million people in the United States have diabetes, including an estimated 7 million who remain undiagnosed. For more information, please contact Harrington Health- Care Diabetic Educator Candace Caputo at 508-765-2294.
Rotary Club Meeting WEBSTER - The Webster-Dudley Rotary Club will meet
today, March 21 at Point Breeze Restaurant. The time is 5-6:15 p.m. Guest speaker is Diana Dias, speaking on “Lob- bying Efforts for Rights of Motorists.” Diana represents AAA of Southern New England. The meetings are open to the general public free of charge. To enjoy a meal and beverage, a fee is charged. For more information contact Cheryl Rosen at 508-791-9283 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, March 22 Wine and Beer Tasting
WEBSTER - The Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls
Club of Webster - Dudley is pleased to announce the an- nual Wine & Beer Tasting sponsored by Flynn’s Fine Wine and Spirits to benefit the programs at the Club will be held on Thursday, March 22 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Indian Ranch. The Boys & Girls Club has been providing programs and services to our community for over 50 years. The funds raised will help us provide many hours of positive worth- while activities for our members. It would be difficult to provide these much needed programs without the help and support of our friends in the community Tickets are $20.00 at the Boys & Girls Club, or can be purchased at the door. Please join us for a great evening while helping the kids in our community. For additional information please call Tony Poti at the Club, 508-943-0037.
Friday, March 23 Harlem Rockets
WEBSTER - The Harlem Rockets will be taking part in a benefit for the Webster Middle School Nature Club on Fri- day, March 23, at Bartlett High School. The game starts at 7 p.m. and features a bunch of local celebs taking on the hoop wizards from Harlem.
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Easter Musical OXFORD - I’ve Seen Jesus, a dramatic Easter musical,
Saturday, March 24 Indoor Flea Market
OXFORD - An Indoor Community Flea Market will be
held on Saturday, March 24, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at First Congregational Church, 355 Main Street (Route 12) in Ox- ford. Expected to be on sale are household items, books, toys, clothing, crafts and more. Morning coffee and donuts will be available. Reservations from vendors are now be- ing accepted. Space rental is $20; vendors may not sell food and must remove their own trash at the end of the day. Space is limited; vendor reservations must be made by March 16. For more information or to reserve a table, contact the church office at 508-987-2211 or at secretary@ oxfordfirstucc.org
9th Annual March Madness OXFORD - The Oxford High School Booster Club will
sponsor a 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament Saturday, March 24 at OHS. Teams from Mass. and Conn. will compete in a double elimination tournament with 2 games guaranteed. For more information go to www.oxps.org
Pro Wrestling WEBSTER - WWE living legend Brett “The Hitman”
Hart will be part of the March 24 Pro Wrestling bill at the Webster town hall. One could never have imagined that Hart would be coming to Webster to wrestle, but he will be here to at least entertain the crowd and sign autographs. The time is 7 p.m. Don’t miss it.
Pierogi and Kielbasa Sale DUDLEY - The Holy Rosary Sodality of St. Andrew Bob-
ola Church, 54 West Main St., Dudley will hold a Pierogi & Kielbasa Sale from 10 a.m. till 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 24, 2012 in the church hall. Frozen Pierogi will be avail- able in either Cheese or Cabbage. $18 per dozen, $9 per half-dozen. Fresh or smoked Blue Seal Easter Kielbasa will also be available for $4.59 per pound. First come, first served while they last! For more information call 508-943- 4850.
Benefit for NEADS WEBSTER - On Saturday evening, March 24th the
American Legion Post #184 on 9 Houghton St./School St. will again host a dinner dance to benefit a returning local soldier in need of an assist dog. Last year the Legion and the Friends of NEADS raised $10,000 to purchase and train both soldier and dog. Again this year the music will be provided by REWIND, direct from the Mohegan Sun Wolf Den. This band plays the best of the 70’s and 80’s and is known as one of New England’s best dance bands. So if you like the Eagles, Journey, Doo- bies and much more grab your tickets now at the Legion. You can check them out on line @ musicbyrewind. That evening, dinner will be served at 6 p.m. consisting of Pasta and Meat or Plain Sauce, Salad, Rolls and Butter. Dancing will be from 8 to midnight. $15.00 per person.
Please note that anyone holding tickets from the canceled show in October due to the weather, those tickets will be honored. Last year we sold out before the event so please consider getting your tickets in advance. Lots of money is raised through the raffles and donations. Anyone interested in donating to the cause that evening please contact Karl Kuhn or Jim Frissell at the legion 508- 943-9039. There will be dogs as well as their owners pres- ent. So please come out, support and THANK A VET for their service and our freedom.
SOUP KITCHEN FOR THE NEEDY WEBSTER - St. Joseph Basilica will sponsor a “Soup
Kitchen” for the needy on Saturday, March 24, 2012 from 12 Noon to 1 p.m. at the United Church of Christ Parish Hall on Church Street. For additional information, please contact the St. Joseph Basilica Rectory at 508-943-0467.
Sunday, March 25
Communion Breakfast WEBSTER - The St. Joseph Polish Women’s Club of
168 Gore Road, Webster, MA 01570 508 943-8784
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Webster will hold their annual Communion Breakfast on Sunday, March 25, 2012, at the Colonial Restaurant, fol- lowing the 8:15 Mass at the Basilica. Tickets are $12 and may be purchased from Jane Wilk, 508-943-2236, JoAnn Canty, 508-943-8587, or Patty Williams at Carrie’s Beauty Shoppe, 508-943-0318. Tickets will also be available at the general meeting on March 13, 2012. Deadline to purchase tickets will be Monday, March 18, 2012.
5th Annual East Meets West
Business Bonanza & Health Fair WEBSTER - Life-Skills, Inc. & Page Chiropractic Health Center will sponsor a health fair on Sunday, March 25, 2012 from 10am-2pm at Bartlett Jr/Sr High School Gym. FREE Admission! Free Screenings! Free Raffles! Vendors Please Call Cindy 508-943-0700 x2112.
Upcoming Events Candlelight Vigil WEBSTER - Bernadette Circle #709 Daughters of Isa-
bella and Catholic Charities of South County are co-spon- soring the 10th annual candlelight vigil for abused and deceased children of Massachusetts. Mass will be celebrated followed by a candlelight vigil on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. in the Guadalupe Cha- pel of Sacred Heart Church, 18 East Main St., Webster. Please join the Daughters of Isabella and Catholic Chari- ties in remembering these innocent victims of abuse. For more information, please call Linda Paquette @ 508- 949-1218.
will be presented by the Oak Hill Bible Church Music De- partment on Saturday, March 31, and Palm Sunday, April 1. This dramatic musical follows the 40 days of intimate in- struction and divine love after Jesus’ resurrection. In each encounter, we understand more deeply that the power of the Resurrection is ours to claim each day. The musical will be presented on March 31 at 2 and 7
p.m. and on April 1 at 9:30 a.m. Oak Hill Bible Church is located at 40 Sacarrappa Road. More information is avail- able by calling 508-987-0287 or online at www.oakhillbible. org. The church is wheelchair accessible and admission is FREE to everyone.
WEBSTER LIONS CLUB WINE & BEER TASTING
WEBSTER - The Webster Lions Club will be hosting
its 7th annual WINE AND BEER TASTING on Saturday evening, March 31, 2012 at Point Breeze Restaurant. The well established and popular venue is located on Point Breeze Rd. in Webster. Tickets for admission cost $20.00 and are available from any Club member or at the door that evening. Point Breeze will prepare an assortment of appetizers to compliment the sampling of the various do- mestic and international wines and beers. The event will take place from 6:00PM to 9:00PM and is open to anyone 21 years of age or older. The Webster Lions Club is part of Lions Clubs Internation- al, the largest service organization in the world. Proceeds from this and all fundraisers are donated to the Lions Clubs charities, which include several local charitable and youth related groups. For information please call Dr.Jo
hn Kalinowski at 508-943-7434.
Photography Exhibit WEBSTER - Photographer Kelly Burgess will exhibit
her photographs March 1-31 at Booklovers’ Gourmet, 55 East Main Street in Webster, MA. Her project, War of the Worlds, is commentary on our lack of ability to distinguish reality from simulation. A meet the artist reception will be held on Saturday, March 10 from 2 to 4 p.m. Call 508-949- 6232 for more information. About the artist: Kelly Burgess was born in eastern Con- necticut in 1986. In the fall of 2006, she moved to Massa- chusetts to attend the Art Institute of Boston. She gradu- ated in 2009 with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in photography. Kelly continues to live and work in the greater Boston area and has exhibited her work internationally. Her project, War of the Worlds, is commentary on our lack of ability to distinguish reality from simulation. One of the most important shifts in our culture has been the ability to simulate to the point of not being able to distinguish the difference between Real and fake and in some instances, representations have come to supersede that which they are representing. We are now living in a world of simula- tion.
Family Literacy Fair OXFORD - A South County Community Partnership
Family Literacy Fair “At the End of the Rainbow” will be held Saturday, March 31 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the AM Chaffee School, Clover St., Oxford. There will be a hands-on animal adventures exhibit,
crafts, games, and activities for preschool aged children and their families provided by area health and social ser- vice agencies, community organizations, and early educa- tion and care programs. There will be free books for preschool aged children. Ad- mission is free and there will be door prizes. For more in- formation contact Danielle Morrow at 508-987-0829 ext. 19.
D of I Monthly Meeting
WEBSTER - The monthly meeting of the Daughters of Isabella, Bernadette Circle #709, will be held on Tuesday, April 3 @ 6:30 p.m. at the Emmaus Center, Day St., Web- ster. The theme for the evening is the annual Baby Shower for Problem Pregnancy. Please bring a wrapped gift or mon- etary donation. For more information, please call Linda Paquette at 508-949-1218.
Understanding Your In-Body Chakras workshop presented by Bioengergetics & You
WEBSTER - Join us for an enlightening workshop and
receive: a Biofeedback Scan, a print out of the energy flow in all 7 in-body chakrasplus 46 organs and glands, as well as printed material on the organs each in-body chakra supplies energy to and many physical manifestations (ill- nesses) associated with unbalanced chakras. The date is Saturday, March 31, 2012 at Booklovers’ Gourmet, 55 East Main Street Webster. Time: 2:00pm - 4:30pm. Fee: $45.00. Call Debra at 508-949-6232 to register. Space is limited. For more information visit www.energeticprofiling.com
Easter Penny Social WEBSTER - Holy Trinity Church, 68 Lake St. will hold
an Easter Penny Social on Saturday, March 31, 2012 at 6 p.m. in the church hall. Easter baskets and other prizes will be raffled. Join us.
Bereavement Support Group Hosted by Brookhaven Hospice. Have you lost a loved
one? Are you having trouble coping? You are not alone! Come and join us for a monthly Bereavement Support Group. 2nd Monday of each month from 6:00-7:30 pm. Meetings will be held at Webster Manor, 745 School St., Webster, Mass. Please call Brookhaven Hospice at (508) 820-4800 for more information and to let us know if you’d like to come. Meetings are free of charge and open to the public. All are welcome.
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