The Citizen Digest for Wednesday, August 15, 2012

This week’s Community Digest, a weekly compendium of announcements by organizations in Bedford:

Voter registration for the Massachusetts primary closes on Friday
If you haven’t yet registered to vote, or wish to change your party affiliation, you must visit Bedford’s Town Clerk before close of business on Friday, August 17, in order to vote in the Republican or Democratic primary on Thursday, September 6.  Doreen Tremblay is Bedford’s Town Clerk; the office is open from 8 am to 4 pm daily on the 1st floor at 10 Mudge Way. Telephone: (781) 275-0083.

Nearby Farmers’ Market on Saturday morning in Carlisle
Carlisle’s Farmer’s Market will celebrate its first Tomato Festival on Saturday morning, from 8 am until noon, at Kimball’s Ice Cream stand on Rte. 225 in Carlisle. For more information: https://www.carlislefarmersmarket.org

Sudbury Savoyards and the UK’s Opera Comique on Sunday, August 19
Selections from Gilbert & Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore and Pirates of Penzance will be presented in concert at 3 pm on Sunday, August 19, in the United Methodist Church, 251 Old Sudbury Road/Rte. 27 in Sudbury. Click to learn more about Sudbury Savoyards or Opera Comique. Admission: $10 for adults; $8 for seniors and students. For more information call Sudbury Savoyard’s voicemail at 978-443-8811.

Kids’ activities at the Bedford Free Public Library until the end of August

  • Lego Challenge, Wednesday, August 15, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm
  • The Lorax – The Bedford Free Public Library’s Thursday movie on August 16
  • Stories on the Lawn, from 10:30 to 11 am on Wednesdays: August 15, 22 and 29
  • Sing-Along with Sharon McDonald at 7pm on Tuesday, August 21
  • Summer’s End Popsicle Party at 6 pm & Concert with Ricardo Frota at 6:30 pm

For additional information, visit the library’s website, https://www.bedfordlibrary.net/, or call 781-274-9440.

School Starts on Tuesday, September 4 – it’s almost here!

Massachusetts Interfaith Group Inspires Formation of New Groups
From Sharon Dickinson Meltz

Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm Street, Concord, MA, is pleased to welcome all to an adult forum featuring the Daughters of Abraham at 9AM, Sunday, September 23, 2012.

Born in response to 9/11, the mission of the Daughters of Abraham is to overcome stereotypes and to foster mutual respect and understanding among Muslim, Jewish and Christian women. Through the discussion, insights and relationships that grow out of regular book group meetings, they hope to learn about the commonalities and differences found in Judaism, Christianity and Islam and to develop an interfaith community of women who can speak intelligently about the Abrahamic faiths. Every group includes a fairly even mix of women who are Christian, Muslim and Jewish.

Whether you are interested in joining or starting a group, or just learning about this amazing faith-based network, please come for a fascinating presentation led by Mary Lou Lovecchio.

The Forum meets in the Parish Hall (River Street entrance) from 9-9:45AM most Sunday mornings during the program year with speakers sharing on one of six themes—word, worship, wonder, world, witness, work—each being an important aspect connecting faith with everyday life. Professional childcare is available in the nursery.

For a complete schedule of the Trinity Forum go to https://trinityconcord.org/forum.shtml.

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