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EATON column by Nancy E. Williams 9/18/18 447-5635
In Eaton news, Septembers
Planning Board meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 19th
at 7 p.m. at the Eaton Town Hall.
Save the date for Candace
Mahers 2nd Biennial Stop By For Pie Event, coming up on
this Saturday, September 22nd from 1 to 4 p.m at 17 Stewart Road
in Eaton. Besides pies to eat, there will be Snow Brook Creations
cards, calendars, prints, paintings and tiles for sale. This
year Candace is sharing her latest creation, What If -
? a childrens picture book with imaginative prose
and pictures, which will inspire your imagination and creativity.
There will be a reading at 1:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Call
447-2295 for more information. Pie makers, please be in touch
as to your availability for making a pie and receiving a discount
on any purchases. Hope to see you all there.
The First Opera Dinner
at the Inn at Crystal Lake features The New England Tenors and
takes place on Friday, September 28. This performance is sold
out, but you can call to be put on a waiting list (447-2120).
Now, the second Opera Dinner is all about Tim! Yes, the Opera
Dinner date is Thursday, October 18th, which just happens to
be Tim Ostendorfs 50th Birthday Celebration. He has decided,
to our delight, to throw his own Birthday Bash and give a recital
of music that hes always wanted to do, both classical and
musical theater (along with some he hasnt sung in years).
Special guests joining Tim are soprano Melissa Williams and pianist
Logan Brown. The cost is $65 per person and includes a four-course
dinner prepared by chef/owner Bobby Barker. This should really
be a hoot, so sign up early. This is Tims night to shine!
Watch It Wednesday Movie Nights will return after the foliage
Just to let you know
in advance, the Eaton Village Store will close from Sunday, October
21 until Monday, October 29. They will reopen on Tuesday, October
30th. This was an extremely busy summer down there, which I can
attest to since Im there 6 days a week. We all need time
to recharge and spend special times with family. Have a blast!
This may be a bit early,
but The Snowvillage Inn is pleased to announce Maxs Art
Over Harvest Dinner on Friday, November 2nd and Saturday, November
3rd. This unique evening highlights the pairing of 7 artists
with 7 farms located in Maine and New Hampshire for a showcase
of agriculturally-inspired art and food in a special family-style
service. On Friday, November 2nd, there will be an artist reception
from 4 to 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 6:15 (one seating ). On
Saturday, November 3rd the artist reception is from 5 to 6 p.m.
with dinner at 6:15 (also one seating). The cost for this one-of-a-kind
dinner is $75 per person. Ten percent of all the proceeds will
be donated to End 68 Hours of Hunger in Conway. Call the Snowvillage
Inn at 447- 2818 for more information and to make a reservation.
More about this event in my next column on October 2nd.
My columns next month
will be October, 2 and 16, in November, 6 and 20, and in December,
4 and 18. This should give you all a chance to get your notices
into me the Sunday before each Tuesday. Thank you.