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What’s Happening in the Caribou area – Week of December 1, 2021

Wednesday, Dec. 1

CARIBOU: Affected Others, 10 a.m. at Roads to Recovery Community Center, 1 Water St. FMI: Sholton@amhc.org, rspencer@amhc.org or ralbert@amhc.org.

CARIBOU: Parents in Recovery, 1 p.m. at Roads to Recovery Community Center, 1 Water St. FMI: Sholton@amhc.org, rspencer@amhc.org or ralbert@amhc.org.

CARIBOU: Miss Erin’s Picture Book Story Time, 1 p.m. on Caribou Public Library’s Facebook/YouTube page.

CARIBOU: High School Movie Night, 4:30-6:30 p.m.,  in the Caribou Room at the Caribou Public Library. Watch “The Swiss Family Robinson” and discuss the similarities/differences from the book.

ONLINE: Gathering Place, sponsored by Aroostook Agency on Aging, 10-11 a.m. Safe virtual space for those with chronic memory loss or health conditions to engage in fun activities. FMI: 764-3396 or 1-800-439-1789 or email info@aroostookaging.org.

ONLINE: Caregiver Support Group, 12-1 p.m., hosted by Aroostook Agency on Aging. Share feelings, make friends and learn from others traveling a similar path. FMI: Call 764-3396, 1-800-439-1789 or email info@aroostookaging.org.

Thursday, Dec. 2

CARIBOU: NA, 9 a.m. at Roads to Recovery Community Center, 1 Water St. FMI: Sholton@amhc.org, rspencer@amhc.org or ralbert@amhc.org.

CARIBOU: Hand Crafters Club, 5-7 p.m. at Caribou Public Library. Bring your latest project or come to learn. No experience or supplies necessary. FMI: Vicky, 498-0799, or the library, 493-4214. Ages 10 and above.

CARIBOU: Youth Advocacy Group Meeting, 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Caribou Public Library. Focus on helping youths work through their, or their families’, struggles through addiction. FMI: Contact the library @493-4214.

ONLINE: Bingocize, 9:30-10:30 a.m., hosted by Aroostook Agency on Aging, Healthy Living for ME and AgingME. Combines bingo with moderate exercise. For anyone 55-plus. FMI or to register, call Jane Hanson, 764-3396 or 1-800-439-1789, or visit healthylivingforme.org.

Friday, Dec. 3

CARIBOU: Senior commodity food distribution by Aroostook Agency on Aging, 8-9 a.m. at Catholic Charities Warehouse, 14 Old Van Buren Rd. FMI: 764-3396.

CARIBOU: All Recovery Check-in, 10 a.m. at Roads to Recovery Community Center, 1 Water St. FMI: Sholton@amhc.org, rspencer@amhc.org or ralbert@amhc.org. Movie at 2 p.m.
CARIBOU: Gingerbread house decorating, 6 p.m. at Caribou Parks & Rec.

CARIBOU: AA meeting, 7 p.m. at Caribou Ecumenical Food Pantry, 62 Collins St.

FORT FAIRFIELD: Camp Constitution will host a showing of the film “Roe v. Wade” at 7 p.m. at the Fort Fairfield United Pentecostal Church, 33 Currier Rd. Admission is free.

Saturday, Dec. 4

CARIBOU: Winter market at Micmac Farms, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Vendors, music, lunch available. FMI: See the farm’s Facebook event page at https://fb.me/e/1KMbqc8Om. 

CARIBOU: Local Writer’s Club, 12-2 p.m. Join Christine Akridge and others for a writing workshop at the Caribou Public Library. 

CARIBOU: NA, 7 p.m. at Roads to Recovery Community Center, 1 Water St. FMI: Sholton@amhc.org, rspencer@amhc.org or ralbert@amhc.org.

Sunday, Dec. 5

ONLINE: AA meeting, via Zoom, 6 p.m.  Call the Roads to Recovery Community Center for details: 493-1278.

Monday, Dec. 6

CARIBOU: All Recovery Check-in, 10 a.m. at Roads to Recovery Community Center, 1 Water St. FMI: Sholton@amhc.org, rspencer@amhc.org or ralbert@amhc.org.

Tuesday, Dec. 7

CARIBOU: Criminal and Addictive Thinking, 10 a.m. at Roads to Recovery Community Center, 1 Water St. FMI: Sholton@amhc.org, rspencer@amhc.org or ralbert@amhc.org.

CARIBOU: Drive-in movie night at Caribou Public Library, 4:30-5 p.m. Kids ages 2-5 will decorate a cardboard box to look like a car and bring it to the library. Miss Erin will read “Pete the Cat’s Groovy Imagination” and there will be an episode of “Blaze and the Monster Machines.” Popcorn provided.

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