BETS PTO Family Baseball Outing at the Lowell Spinners

Join your friends from Davis and Lane schools as we watch the Lowell Spinners for a fun game at the end of the school year! Tickets are $20, and include a meal voucher. This event is open to all Bedford families, and we hope you can join us for some family-friendly fun! Questions about the event, please contact Nina Tate at t8brood@gmail.com. Sign up for tickets at: https://secure.givelively.org/event/bedford-elementary-schools-together/best-pto-family-baseball-outing.

Flatbread Fundraiser for BEST/PTO

Come feed the family and support Davis and Lane elementary schools at the same time. BEST PTO will be hosting a fundraiser at Flatbread on Tuesday, April 7. You can dine in or take out – and we will earn a portion of the sale. Make sure to mention that you’re there for the fundraiser!

Appalachian Mission Festival

An annual benefit to celebrate and support our partners in West Virginia. LIVE Appalachian Music and Storytelling with musicians from West Virginia
Southern Style Cooking
Cake Walk
Food, Fun, Goods & Services Silent Auction
Sweet & Savory Food Sale
Giving Wall – opportunities to support specific projects in West Virginia
For the Kids! Children’s music set
Kids Crafts
Cupcake Walk

Chipotle Fundraiser for BEST PTO

Come feed the family while supporting Davis and Lane elementary schools. BEST PTO will be hosting a fundraiser at Chipotle on Wednesday, March 4. Print a copy of the flyer or show on your phone – give/show to the person at the register and tell them you’re there for the BEST Fundraiser.

St. Paul’s/ASP Flatbread Benefit Night

St. Paul’s High School Youth Group is embarking this summer on its sixth weeklong mission trip with Appalachia Service Projects, doing home repair and construction for people living in rural poverty in Guyan Valley, WV. Flatbread in Bedford is holding a Benefit Night on February 11 to help raise money for the trip. Every pizza sold between 5:00pm and 9:00pm, either dine-in or takeout, will earn money toward the trip. Please come out and support teenagers performing meaningful service to others, and have a delicious dinner while you’re at it!

St. Paul’s/ASP “Dining for a Cause” at the 99 Restaurant

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is embarking on its sixth summer youth mission trip with Appalachia Service Project this year, with nearly thirty high school students and adult crew leaders heading to Guyan Valley, WV, to do home repair and construction for people living in rural poverty. The 99 Restaurant on Lexington Rd/Middlesex Turnpike in Billerica is holding a “Dining for a Cause” benefit night on Monday, January 13, from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Diners who show the attached flyer to their server will earn 15% of their bill toward the mission trip.

Flowing With Vibrations: where yoga and mediumship interconnect

A FUNDRAI$ER for The ELLIE FUND

The energy created from this yoga practice will infuse everyone present with the vibrations of union and self-realization. As we create collective oneness energy through the yogic practice the veil will thin allowing a free flow of messages from beyond to be received at a very high vibrational level. Yoga led by Michelle Anastasi

The Mediumship Interpreters: Leslie Gabriele & Kim Dunsmore

The intention of this class is to create a deep experience of connection to spirit and to ourselves. This fundraiser will also include multiple raffles to increase our opportunity to collect money for such a meaningful cause: The Ellie Fund, a non-profit that fights breast cancer and provides free services to ease the effects on cancer patients and families. To register for the event, please visit www.yoganovastudio.com

Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale

Saturday, December 7:  1 – 4 pm
Sunday, December 8:  1 – 4 pm
Choose from fiction and non-fiction books in great condition across all genres.  The sale also includes many holiday themed books.  These make great gifts at especially great prices.  Prices range from $.50 to $2.00 unless otherwise marked.  All proceeds go to the Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library to support children, teen and adult programming as well as acquisitions for the Library.  We hope to see you there.  No scanners are permitted during the Holiday Book Sale.

Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale

Saturday, December 7:  1 – 4 pm
Sunday, December 8:  1 – 4 pm
Choose from fiction and non-fiction books in great condition across all genres.  The sale also includes many holiday themed books.  These make great gifts at especially great prices.  Prices range from $.50 to $2.00 unless otherwise marked.  All proceeds go to the Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library to support children, teen and adult programming as well as acquisitions for the Library.  We hope to see you there.  No scanners are permitted during the Holiday Book Sale.

Bedford Firefighters Present: Bedford Thanksgiving Classic 2019

Bedford Firefighter Nick Anderson is hosting an exhibition hockey game between the Town of Bedford, MA employees and Alumni vs The Bedford High School varsity hockey program. This game is scheduled for Friday Nov. 29th at 12:40pm at The Edge Sports Center and has come to be known as the “Bedford Thanksgiving Classic.” Proceeds from a 50/50 raffle will be going to benefit the hockey program whereas admission fees and an additional set of raffles will be to benefit the Asperger’s/Autism Network, www.aane.org . They are a local 501 (c)(3) nonprofit based in Watertown, MA with an excellent record for how they use money donated.  Autism is near and dear to me as my oldest childhood friend has 2 wonderful children and they are both on the spectrum.

First Parish Haunted House

WBZ TV visited the Haunted House this week – Click this link to see what they saw! First Parish Haunted House is back in 2019. The Haunted House fills all three floors of the 202-year-old historic First Parish Unitarian Universalist church on the town common, 75 The Great Road, Bedford MA. It’s coming BACK for you. Friday, October 25
Scary, Rated PG ~ From 6 to 9 PM

Saturday, October 26
Trick or Treat, Rated G for the little ones ~ From 11 AM to 2 PM

Saturday Night, October 26
Scary, Rated PG-13 ~ From 5 to 9:30 PM

 

First Parish Haunted House

WBZ TV visited the Haunted House this week – Click this link to see what they saw! First Parish Haunted House is back in 2019. The Haunted House fills all three floors of the 202-year-old historic First Parish Unitarian Universalist church on the town common, 75 The Great Road, Bedford MA. It’s coming BACK for you. Friday, October 25
Scary, Rated PG ~ From 6 to 9 PM

Saturday, October 26
Trick or Treat, Rated G for the little ones ~ From 11 AM to 2 PM

Saturday Night, October 26
Scary, Rated PG-13 ~ From 5 to 9:30 PM

 

First Parish Haunted House

WBZ TV visited the Haunted House this week – Click this link to see what they saw! First Parish Haunted House is back in 2019. The Haunted House fills all three floors of the 202-year-old historic First Parish Unitarian Universalist church on the town common, 75 The Great Road, Bedford MA. It’s coming BACK for you. Friday, October 25
Scary, Rated PG ~ From 6 to 9 PM

Saturday, October 26
Trick or Treat, Rated G for the little ones ~ From 11 AM to 2 PM

Saturday Night, October 26
Scary, Rated PG-13 ~ From 5 to 9:30 PM

 

Buddy Walk Bake Sale

Please stop by the upcoming Buddy Walk bake sale in support of 10th-grade student Aram Varjabedian and the Mass Down Syndrome Congress.  The sale will take place at Stop & Shop on Sunday, October 6th from 10 am-2 pm. On offer? Baklava, pumpkin breads, cookies, and gourmet treats! CAUTION: The Baklava will sell out – to be sure, customers may pre-order a 1/2 or full dozen by contacting Pearlene at 714-306-9328. Please reach out to team lead Dylan DiGangi with any questions – dylan_digangi-2022@bedfordps.org.