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Page 3 2 THE QUODDY TIDES Ch ristm as carol i ng in Eastport- Dec. 20 The Unitarian Meeting House, Eastport, invites anyone who enjoys sing- ing and Christmas caroling to participate in an evening of caroling on Thursday, December 20. The group will gather at 6:00 p.m. at the Meeting House, 16 Shackford Street and stroll through East- port caroling and will stop at the hospital and housing for the elderly. Following the caroling the group will return to the Meeting House for hot " - cider. If you enjoy caroling remember the date: Thursday, Dec. 20, 6 p.m. at ttle Unitarian Meeting House. Remember to dress warmly. 00eesen's 6Peel;lags "HOLIDAY CONCERT" rehearsal of U.M.M. Pro Musica renaissance costumed Medrigal Singers. The presentation of UMM Stage Front is scheduled for Sunday, December 16th at 4:00 P.M. in the Centre Street Congregational Church, Machias. TUESDAY-DECEMBER 18 BASKETBALL-(Boys) Eastport vs. Jonesport Beals at Eastport. JV-6:30 PM, Var.-8 PM. (Girls)4:30 PM. WEDNESDAY-DECEMBER 19 TURKEY SUPPER & CHRISTMAS PARTY-VFW Ralph Ray Post No. 558 and Auxiliary. Eastport. For members and spouses. BORDER HISTORICAL SOCIETY regu- larly scheduled meeting postponed until January. Date to be decided later. CHRISTMAS SHOW-Presented by Bar- bara's School of the Dance, 6:30 PM, Eastport Municipal Auditorium. All pro- ceeds will go to the Eastport Elementary School. CHRISTMAS CAROLING-Lubec Girl Scout Troop 480-Washington, Pleasant : and Main Streets. Brownies atOceanview Nursing Home 34 PM. SLIDE PRESENTATION AND discussion of hydro-power on E. Machias River, 7 PM, East Machias Municipal Bldg. Spon- sored by East Machias Hydro Redevelop- ment Project. Open to public. CHRISTMAS CONCERT-by Cutler Ele- mentary School students-at Cutler Methodist Church, 7 PM. THURSDAY-DECEMBER 20 CHRISTMAS CAROLING for elderly and shut-ins. Meet at Unitarian Meeting House, 6 PM. CHRISTMAS PARTY AND SUPPER- Ladies Social Union, Lubec Congregational Church, 6:30 PM. CHRISTMAS CONCERT-Curler Methodist Sunday School, 6:30 PM, at church FRIDAY-DECEMBER 21 CHRISTMAS PARTY AND FREE MOV- IES-Consolidated School, Lubec, spon- sored by Lubec Fire Dept. M.P.B.N.- Specials Saturday, Dec. 15, 7:30 PM: U. of .M_.ai_'.o_e..H.o.key vs New Hampshire'W[idcats at the Alfond Arena in Orono. Sunday, Dec. 16, 3 PM: "..A..C_.h.n's.tnag.s. .Car.9]" at Ford's Theatre, Charles Dickens "classic tale from the historic Ford?s Thea- tre in Washington, D.C. Sunday, Dec. 16, 7:30 PM: "..Tla. e .O.l..d. .H..guse.wor". Host Bob Callahan answers questions on insulating an old house, Robert Gibson demonstrates how to in- stall ceramic tile, and others give demon- strations. Wednesday, Dec. 19, 9:30PM: '_.C_.h..ris_tmas...Lac.e_'_', story set in Quebec in the 1880s of a young girl who works with her grandmother as a lace maker. Thursday, Dec. 20, 10 PM: .S.y__.m.lLh..n.y, with Seiji Ozawa and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Soloist Sher- man Walt performs Mozart's Bassoon Con- certo in BfM. Richard Wagner's Act 1 to "Die Walkurie" is also played Friday, Dec. 21, 10 PM: ".S.i.m2[e...G_if." original animated artwork presenting views of the holiday season. Saturday, Dec. 22, 8 PM: " the Visitors", Gian Carlo Menotti's de-l'i-at f'Cla-r;ist-mas opera filmed in London and Israel. Tuesday, Dec. 25, 9 PM: "..A...C..l.d..s].es". Actors from the * National Theatre of the Deaf perform a .* series of nostalgic, yet comic, vignettes as a classic dramatization of Dylan Thomas' ooem of the same title. A v v v "Pro Musica" Christmas concert - Machias. Dec. 16 The second season has begun for ' Musica", the choral group of the 1 sity of Maine at Machias and the organization is working diligently to match the success of "Cabaret '79" "A Musical Celebration". According to Joan Johnson, theq ductor, the chorus has never soundcal better, and each rehearsal increases th refinement of the group's perform Pro Musica has grown to 60 who represent a real cross-section of 1 community. Its members include and teachers, nurses and physicianz, t inessmen and artisans, homemal an legislators. Within the larger group is 16 member madrigal singing ensembh which is preparing Renaissance pie0et perform in costumes of the period. The talents of Pro Musica members not limited to singing, as will be seen this season ' s Chnstmas" concert scheduled for Sunday, December 4:00 p.m. in the Center Street, tional Church as a part of the series. Pro Musica will composed by one of its own and four Pro Musica singers have brass quartet which will also perform. Pieces for folk guitar andpiano are also planned. The Pro Musica choral group proud a showcase for the multiple talents in t Machias area. The Christmas concerto] December 16 is another step Pro Musica an integral element of the communitv. FRIDAY-DECEMBER 14 BASKETBALL-(Boys) Eastport vs. Narraguagus at Narraguagus, JV-6:30 PM -Var.-8 PM. CHRISTMAS PARTY-Post and Auxil- iary members-Stuart-Green Post 65, American Legion, Lubec, 7 PM. SATURDAY-DECEMBER 15 "HANGING OF THE GREENS", Perry Congregational Church, 7 PM. FOOD SALE-Redmen's Hall, Perry, 10 AM-4 PM. Also fancy work, white ele- phant, lunches and coffee. Sponsored by Daughters of Pocohontas. SUNDAY-DECEMBER 16 SANTA CLAUS PARADE-Pembroke, Johnson's Store to Legion Hall, 2 PM, weather permitting. Storm date following Sunday. PRO MUSICA-Christmas Concert. Center Street Congregational Church, Machias, 4 PM. SKATERS' EXHIBITION-Border Arena, St. Stephen, 2:30 PM. Canadian time. MONDAY-DECEMBER 17 LUBEC HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEET- ING-7:30 PM, Mary S. Pike Hall. LUBEC VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE CORPS MEETING-7 PM, Training Room at fire station. Evenings - 7:30 U,S. 8:30 Canedian Now through Tuesday, Dec. 18th FIONA ON FIRE XXX Adult Film. Closed Dec. 19 - Dec. 25th MERR Y CHRISTMAS TO ALL Starting Wednesday, Dec. 26th the horror show HA L L OWEEN Coming in January One of Sunn Classics special films The Search For Jesus PROFESSIONALPHI Let the professionals do a job on your wedding or MAINELINE STUDIO Main St. - Calais, Me. 454-3902 i SHORE DINING ROOM & MOTEl RT. No. 1 - ROBBINSTON, ME. Now open to the public under the new management of Carol and Kim Wade. Serving Breakfast 7 AM - 9 AM Dinner 5 PM - 9 PM Dining in a delightful Reservatiom not necessary lair would be appreciated. SEASON'S GREETINGS to our many friends and on both sides of the border. THE CANNERY RESTAI Eastport, Maine A UNIQUE VILLAGE PUB Open from 4:30 Wednesday through Sunday DENNYSVILLE, MAINE Give a Woodshed T-Shirt for Christmas -- _ a Giftat k_ps_on Giving   _ The Com/Mete Maritime CARD, BOOK & YAMAHA GUITARS: BANJOS, STRINGS & ACCESSORIES Open 9:00 - 5:30 d 160 MILLTOWN BLVD., ST. STEPHEN, N.B. '  Tel. 466-2454 --'.=:ii