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Page 22 THE QUODDY TIDES 23 March, 1984 SATURDAY MARCH 24 and SUNDAY-MARCH 25 MOVIE: "'Fanny and Alexander", Sci- ence 102, UMM, 4 PM & 7 PM, both days. SATURDAY-MARCH 24 "DI_'ET FOR ONE", TNB Production, St. Stephen High School Auditorium, 7 PM, EST. PUBLIC SUPPER, Eastport Elementary School, Sponsored by the Senior Class of Shead for class trip, $3 adults, 52.50 chil- dren under 12 and Sr. citizens if purchas- ed in advance. 6 PM. DANCE, Lubec School cafetorium, for Lubec Lions and invited guests. Music by Sound Advice. Advanced tickets only. SUNDAY-MARCH 25 SENIOR CITIZENS DINNER, Perry Municipal Building, 1 PM. MONDAY-MARCH 26 ASA SOFTBALL UMPIRES CLINIC, Machias H.S., all interested people are in- vited to attend. 6:30 PM. LUBEC TOWN MEETING, 9 AM and 2 PM. ROBBINSTON TOWN MEETING, Rob- binston Grade School. CHARLOTTE TOWN MEETING, Town Hall, 7 PM. TOWN MEETING SUPPER, Charlotte, sponsored by Charlotte Grange. 5-6 PM. TUESDAY-MARCH 27 - SPELLING BEE, School Union No. 104, Music Room, Shead H.S., 7 PM. ASA SOFTBALL UMPIRES CLINIC, WCVTI, Calais. All interested people are invited to attend. 6:30 PM. MARCH 28, APRIL 4, APRIL 11 LENTEN SERVICES, Lubec Congrega- tional Church. 7 PM. WEDNESDAY-MARCH 28 ARMY BAND PERFORMANCE, Lubec. FOOD SALE, Jackson Bros. Store, Wil- son's Beach. Sponsored by 4-H Club. 1:30 PM. SATURDAY-MARCH 31 WASHINGTON CO. ELEMENTARY MUSIC FESTIVAL, Jonesport-Beals H.S. Tickets available at door. 7 PM. FOOD SALE, Flagg's Furniture Store, Eastport. Benefit Pony League baseball team. 9 AM until noon. ITALIAN SUPPER, Lubec School cafe- torium, $3 adults, $1.75 children under 12. Sponsored by Lubec H.S. Sr. Class. 5 6:30 PM. SUNDAY-APRIL 1 RIBBON AROUND THE PENTAGON, Justine Merritt of Denver, Colo. will talk with all interested area people about the project. Liza Szatkowski's, 9 Temper- ence St., Calais. 3 PM. MONDAY-APRIL 2 CALAIS REGIONAL HOSPITAL AUX- ILIARY, C-Wing solarium of Calais Reg- ional Hospital. Anyone interested in learning about the work of the Auxiliary is invited to attend. 7:30 PM. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING of the Washington Co. Assoc. for Retarded Citizens, Sunrise Workshop, Machias. 7 PM. Public is welcome. FRIDAY-APRIL 6 FOOD SALE, Christian Women's Fellow- ship of the Christian Temple Church, Lubec, is sponsoring this sale at the Mary S. Pike Hall. 1 PM. SATURDAY-APRIL 7 FOOD AND RUMMAGE SALE, IOOF Hall, West Pembroke, 1 PM. Sponsored by Pembroke Volunteer Firemen's Aux- iliary. BOTTLE DRIVE, Eastport, weather per- mitting, to benefit the Junior Lobsters Baseball team. 9:30 AM. FOOD SALE, Berman Mall, to benefit Head Start. 10 AM. SUNDAY-APRIL 8 REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE MEETING, Eastport Elementary School. John Cashwell, guest speaker. 4 PM. WEDNESDAY-APRIL 11 THE EMPIRE TRIO, UMM Performing Arts Center, 8 PM. FRIDAY-APRIL 13 HOLLY NEAR CONCERT, Lengyl Gym, UMO, $7.50.8:15 PM. SUNDAY-MARCH 25 THE BRUNSWICK STRING QUARTET. Simulcast with MPBN Radio. Members of the Brunswick String Quartet, Frederi- cton, N.B., present a concert featuring Mozart, Debussy and Mendelssohn. 6 PM. MASTERPIECE THEATRE-"The Tale, of Beatric Potter" Part I. The life and work of the author of the much loved children's books. 9 PM. MONDAY-MARCH 26 THE SHAKESPEARE PLAYS "Corio- lanus". Shakespeare's most political drama stars Alan Howard as Caius Marcius and Irene Worth as Volumnia. 9 PM. TUESDAY-MARCH 27 NOVA "Make My People Live: The Cri- sis in Indian Health". A look at the im- portarrt "Indian Health Act" before Con- gress. 8 PM" WEDNESDAY-MARCH 28 LIVE FROM THE MET "Les Troyens". Simulcast with MPBN Radio. Jessye Nor- man, Tatiana Troyanos and Placido Do- mingo perform Berlioz' monumental two- part work, one of the materpieces of. musical drama. 8 PM. SUNDAY-APRIL 1 MASTERPIECE THEATRE "The Tale-of Beatric Potter" Part If. 9 PM. WEDNESDAY-APRIL 4 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPECIAL. "Flight of the Whooping Cranes" U.S. and Canadian efforts to save this remark- able bird from extinction. 8 PM.. MONDAY-APRIL 9 FRONTLINE "Bread, Butter and Polit- ics". The charged political environment surrounding the issue of hunger in Amer- ica. 8 PM. I MOV I ES I "FANNY AND ALEXANDER"-Direct- ed by Ingmar Bergman. University of Maine at Machias, Science Bldg. Room 102. March 24 and 25, 4 PM and 7 PM both days. "LASSITER"-starring Tom Selleck, Rat- ed "R". State Twin Cinema, Main St., Calais. March 23 to March 29. Shows: Fri. Fri.-Sat., 7 PM and 7 PM;-Sun.-Thurs., 7 PM. "THE LONELY GUY"-starring Steve Martin. Rated "R". State Twin Cinema, Main St., Calais. March 23 to March 29. Shows: Fri.-Sat., 7 PM and 9 PM; Sun.- Thurs., 7 PM. TNB presents "Duet for One" - March 24 Husband and wife, Don Harron and Catherine McKinnon are the stars of the Theatre New Brunswick (TNB) play, "Duet For One" which will play in St. Stephen on Saturday, March 24. "Duet For One" deals with a cele- brated musician, whose brilliant career has come to a sudden end when she con- tracts a crippling disease. The action takes place in the office of her psychia- trist who helps her come to terms with the loss of her career and the beginnings of a new life. Mr. Harron is best known nowadays as the host of CTV's "The Don Harron Show", but has starred in major produc- tions on Broadway, London's West End and Canada's Stratford Festival. Cather- ine McKinnon is one of the most popu- lar performers ever to come out of New Brunswick. This multi-talented Saint John native last appeared at the Play- house in the title role of "Cinderella". Holly Near in Concert at UMO Singer and songwriter Holly Near will be performing at the University of Maine at Orono on Friday evening, April 13. The concert will begin at 8:15 pan. in Lengyl Gymnasium and tickets will be sold at the door for $7.50 each. Holly Near is an exceptional songwrit- er who fuses music and poetry with con- viction and emotional force. Her amaz- ing voice and her engaging personality will leave you feeling renewed and ener- gized-a night you will remember. U nderwater photography contest Seamark and the New England Aquar- ium are co-sponsoring Seamark's First New England Underwater Photography Contest which will award total cash prizes of $2,000 to the winners. The competition is open to all ama- teur photographers and the entry fee is $5 for three slides. Each underwater en- try must be taken in New England in a natural environment by "the entrant. Aquarium shots are not acceptable. Judges will choose the winners in three categories: Underwater: Close Up; Under- water: Normal/Wide Angle; and Above Water (scenes relating to New England coastal waters). First place winners in each category will receive $300. Second place winner will be awarded $150 and third place win- ners, $50. $500 will be awarded to the Beat of Show. Selected prints of the slides will be displayed at the New England Aquarium. - For more information telephone or stop by The Quoddy Tides Marine Lib- rary in Eastport. 1984 Book Review Contest Mr. Paperback will sponsor a book review contest for young people in Grades 1 through 12 in New England schools. Regional prizes will total $9,000. Mr. Paperback and the New England Booksellers Association are sponsors of the 1984 Book Review Contest. The local winner for each grade level will be award. ed a fifteen dollar gift certificate. In New England 361 cash prizes will be awarded for winning book reviews in each of three grade levels: Elementary schools (Grades 1-4), Middle schools (Grades 5-8) and High Schools (Grades 9-12). To enter, contestants must read a new book and write a book review of up to 300 words. The contest deadline for entries is April 30, 1984. Local entries will be judged by Mrs. Carol Goodenon, Mrs. Maybelle Clark and Mr. Don Canton. Regional winners will be chosen by a board of distinguished judges including author John Updike, Horn Book editor- Ethel Heins, and book editor Margaret Manning of The Boston Globe. Details of the contest and official entry forms are available at Mr. Paperback store and other participating outlets, schools and libraries. Theatre N. B. searching for summer talent This summer Theatre New Brunswick will present "Bagatelle", a musical cele- bration of New Brunswick's first two hundred years. The show will be perform. ed in both English and French, and will tour throughout the province from June to September. The production is TNB's contribution to New Brunswick's Bicen, tennial celebrations and is being sponsor- ed by Imperial Oil Limited and the New Brunswick Bicentennial Commission. TNB is looking for talented perform- ers for the production, so if you can sing, dance or play a musical instrument and would like to participate, please contact Brenda Robison at the Playhouse 455- 3080. Auditions will be held on April 8. t- | o ,,_,',7" ' I emac | - RESTAURANT # t t o NOW OPEN 0 "' I Enjoy a candlelight dinner served. beside a crackling f'n'e in a channing ! 18th-eentury farmhouse. A truly t t memorable dining experience. t I Tue" thru Sat" 6:00 - 8:30 PAl" - I By Reservation 2553008 ! O On Route 92 in Machiatport ,] Crossroads Restaurant f, Motel ROUTE 1 "AT THE WATERFALL" PEMBROKE, ME. J&a9 for " Of,.r, CXo. 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