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Page 30 THE QUODDY TIDES I 9Novombor,,9. Meeting Maine Audubon SocieW - Calais, Nov. 15 The November meeting of the  Schoodic Chapter of the Maine Audu- bon Society will be held on November 15 at 7 p.m. at the Sunrise Apts. Recrea. tion Center in Calais. The guest speaker will be Bruce Jacob. son of the Maine Coast Heritage Trust, who will present an informative slide show on the importance and purpose of their programs. A discussion period will follow. The main purpose of the Trust is to help people to appreciate their heritage in land and buildings along our coastal area and to show how these treasures may be protected in perpetuity. It is vital that preservation planning be under- taken now before it is too late and much of our heritage is lost. As always, the meetings are open to the public. Refreshments will be served and a social period enjoyed after the talk. ! HANDMADE CLOTH DOLLS, the work of Agnes Ferguson of Machias. She is one of more than 60 United Maine Craftsmen who will present their wares for sale at the 11 th A n nual United Maine Crafts- men Craft Fair, November 23-25 at the Brewer Auditoriurn. United Maine Craftsmen Show - Brewer Nov. 23 - 25 The eleventh annual show sponsored by United Maine Craftsmen will be held November 23, 24 and 25 at the Brewer Auditorium. The hours are 10 to 6 Fri- day and Saturday and 10 to 5 on Sunday. This year's show will present the work of over 60 Maine craftsmen and a careful selection of crafts have been chosen to represent a balanced quality show. Some of the items to be featured will be wood- en toys, porcelain and silver jewelry, pot- tery, leather work, candles, dolls, dried flowers, needlework, role painting, pup- pets, silkscreen and carved wood birds. There will be some demonstrations. M. P. N.- TV SATURDAY-NOVEMBER 1O MAINE STATE HIGH SCHOOL FOOT- BALL SEMI-FINAL GAME. Playoffs in Class AA. 8 PM. SUNDAY-NOVEMBER 11 GREAT PERFORMANCES: "Pagliacci". 2 PM. MONDAY-NOVEMBER 12 HERITAGE: CIVILIZATION AND THE JEWS. "Out of the Ashes." 9 PM. TUESDAY-NOVEMBER 13 NOVA: "Farmers of the Sea." A look at the status of aquaculture in such diverse locations as Scotland, China, Japan and the United States. 8 PM. WEDNESDAY-NOVEMBER 14 BREATHING EASY. A special program which encourages teens to join the "non- smoking generation." 9 PM. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 GREAT PERFORMANCES: "You Can't Take It With You". 8 PM. SUNDAY-NOVEMBER 18 NATURE: "Jet Set Wildlife." 8 PM. WEDNESDAY-NOVEMBER 21 THE PORTLAND STRING QUARTET: 15th Anniversary Season. Simulcast with MPBN Radio. 9 PM. SATURDAY-NOVEMBER I0 CHRISTMAS FAIR, St. Joseph's Parish Hall, Eastport, 9 AM to 4 PM. Sponsor- ed by St. John's Church, Pembroke. HUNTERS' BREAKFAST, Perry Grange Hall. 4 AM to 8 AM. Sponsored by Perry Grange. SUNDAY-NOVEMBER 11 VETERANS' DAY. Ceremony in front of Peavey Memorial Library, Eastport, 1 PM. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TEA AND SALE Parish Hall, Sacred Heart Church, Lubec from 2 to 4 PM, sponsored by Catholic Women's Council. MONDAY-NOVEMBER 12 OBSERVANCE OF VETERANS' DAY. Federal and State holiday-banks and post offices closed. MONTHLY MEETING Washington Coun- ty Association for Retarded Citizens, Sunrise Workshop, Machias, 7 PM. PHILADELPHIA GIANTS VS. EAST- PORT NO-STARS, Shead High School, Eastport, 8 PM (preliminary game 6 p.m.). TUESDAY-NOVEMBER 13 OPEN HOUSE, Edmunds School, 7 to 9 PM. OPEN HOUSE, Shead High School, Eastport, 6:30 to 8:30. WEDNESDAY-NOVEMBER 14 SENIOR SUPPER, Lubec High School Cafetorium, 5 to 7 PM. INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON SCHOOL FACILITIES: Perry, Charlotte and Robbinston, at Clark School, Perry, 7 PM. THURSDAY-NOVEMBER 15 OPEN HOUSE, Eastport Elementary School, Book Fair and refreshments, 6:30 to 8:30. TALK AND SLIDE SHOW on Maine _C_o_.t_..H.en'_t_age...T.rus.t by Bruce Jacobson, Sunrise Apartments Recreation Center, Calais, 7 PM, sponsored by Schoodic Chapter of Maine Audubon Society. COMMUNITY AWARENESS PROGRAM, Lubec Cafetorium. Film, talk by Dr. The Ear LOOKING FOR THE UNUSUAL? Try The Sow's Ear for Records (Windham Hall), Books, Earrings, Clothing etc. 7 WATER ST. -- MACHIAS, ME. 255-4066 Hours Daily: 10 - 5 Closed Sunday Crossroads Restaurant 8 Motel I ROUTE I "AT THE W'ATERFALL" PEMBROKE, ME. RESTAURANT OPEN DAILY Licensed Dining Room Take Out Service Dining Room Available for Private Parties _ Make reservations now and come join us for Thanksgiving. 1 Burke and panei  discussion on alcohol and drug abuse, 7 PM, sponsored by Lubec Alcohol and Substance Abuse Team. FRIDAY-NOVEMBER 16 USED BOOK FAIR, Lubec Elementary School, 2:30 to 3:30 PM, sponsored by Lubec PTC. NEW SONG QUINTET, Performing Arts Center, UMM, 8 PM, Stage Front, The Arts Downcast. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FAIR, Chapel of United Methodist Church, Eastport, 10 AM to 4 PM, sponsored by United Metho- dist Women. SATURDAY and SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17 and 18 DEATH BY ACCIDENT, a UMM Stu- dent Production, Performing Arts Center, UMM, 8 PM, Stage Front, The Arts Downcast. SATURDAY-NOVEMBER 17 CHRISTMAS FAIR, Iron Works Church, Pembroke, 10 to 3 PM, sponsored by women of Iron Works Methodist Church. TUESDAY-NOVEMBER 20 GENERAL MEETING, Maine Group Sierra Club, Portland Public Library, 5 Monument Square, 7:30 to 9 PM. THURSDAY-NOVEMBER 22 HAPPY THANKSGIVING !! ! NOVEMBER 23, 24 and 25 BREWER CRAFT FAIR, Brewer Audi- torium, 10 AM to 6 PM, sponsored by United Maine Cratsmen. SATURDAY-DECEMBER 1 CHRISTMAS FAIR, Perry Congregation- al Church, 10 AM to 2 PM. SUNDAY-DECEMBER 2 SANTA PARADE, Pembroke, 2 PM. Film - U.M.M. Nov. lO& 11 Joan Crawford leads the cast of the next Stage Front film entitled, "Mildred Pierce", to be shown at the University of Maine at Machias, Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on both days. Room 102 of the Science Building will be the site of the showings. Admission is by Stage Front season ticket, or $2.50 for adults, and $1.50 for youth and senior citizens. Crawford gives one of her most con- vincing performances in this story of a determined woman's rise from waitress to restauranteur. The film conveys Cut- tiz's love of the American night world and captures the ambiance of 1940s southern California. Joan Crawford won. the Academy Award as Best Acress for her role in this 1945 film. "New Song Quintet" to perform at UMM Nov. 16 Stage Front: The Arts Downcast will bring The New Song Quintet in live con. cert at the University of Maine at Machias Performing Arts Center Friday, Novemh 16, at 8:00 p.m. Admission is by season ticket, or $4.00 for adults and $3.00 for youth and senior citizens. The New Song Quintet is a unique ensemble featuring vocals and many in- struments including guitar, banjo, man- dolin, flute, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone, piccolo, small percussion and violin. Theirs is a blend of U.S. and world musics ranging from jazz to Jacques Brel, from country swing to salsa.., and more. Performing primarily in English, the group is equally expressive in a variety of languages. Their talent, energy and diver- sity make them a very special musical experience, one that has delighted audi- ences in Germany, Spain, Portugal and the U.S.A. 1,o oo  ooo0o o o o,o,o ooi' -  RESTAURANT t NOW OPEN It t i i Enjoy a candlelight dinner served beside a crackling fire in a charming 18th-century farmhouse. A truly ! memorable dining experience. ! Tue. thru Sat., 6:00 - 8:30 P.M.- . By Reservation 255-3008 t t. I I On Route 92 in Maehiasport St. Andrews, N. B. E0G 2X0 Noted for its fine British Woollens, and Crafts from Home and Overseas. At the Market Wharf ST. ANDREWS BY THE SEA NEW BRUNSWICK Telephone and Mail Orders Year "Round Call (506) 529-3300 Open Monday thru Saturday 9 AM - 5 PM  -- - -- Z ---------- --------- ----- - -- ---i