October 28, 2013

Events

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There will be more than 60 local crafters and at-home business vendors selling a variety of crafts and gifts for all ages.

Santa Claus will visit from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

There will be activities for kids and live entertainment, as well as a full menu of homemade lunch and snack items available for purchase all day.

For more details, call Robin Aaskov at 653-9595 or email rs.aaskov@hotmail.com.

NORTH BERWICK

Family recipes wanted

A recipe contest will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Morrill Sherburne House at 27 Old County Road.

Sponsored by the North Berwick Historical Society, the contest asks individuals to cook up their favorite family recipe and enter the contest under one of three categories: Main Dishes, Sides and Salads, and Desserts.

There will be a $50 cash prize awarded for the winners in each category.

There is no entry fee but winners are asked to instead donate a written copy of their recipe, to be used with their name, in the upcoming NBHS cookbook.

To enter, email NBHSPrograms@Maine.rr.com or call 676-7600.

Members and nonmembers are welcome to enter the contest.

WESTBROOK

Free hip-hop classes

My Place Teen Center and Drouin Dance Center have teamed up to offer free hip hop dance classes for boys and girls ages 10 and older at My Place Teen Center, at 755 Main St.

Classes meet Mondays from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. and Fridays from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

Space is limited to 12 dancers per class.

Parents may register their children at www.drouindancecenter.com.

For more details, call 854-2221.

SOUTH BERWICK

Hstorical Society fundraiser

The Old Berwick Historical Society’s “Lighting Up Fall” fundraiser begins at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Spring Hill Restaurant.

Guests are invited to “adopt a prop” for the Hike through History by making a cash donation to purchase reproduction coins, a tin lantern, hats and bonnets, and shoemaking tools to help children from Central School and Marshwood Middle School experience trades that were practiced in South Berwick during the 1700s and 1800s.

The event will include live jazz by Brian Richardson and Bob Woodbury, a soup meal and a silent auction.

Tickets are $40 per person, or $35 per person for tables of 10 paid in advance, and are available at all Old Berwick Historical Society, the Counting House Museum or by calling Ginny Alterio at 384-4039 or email vsasob@comcast.net.

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