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October 30th

Harvest Dinner with all the trimmings at St.JamesSchoolin Gouverneur.  $9 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, under 5 are FREE.  Eat in or take out, serving from 4:30pmuntil all are served.

Halloween Storytime at the Massena Public Library at 10am.  No registration required.  Story, craft, music, games, and snacks, please bring a snack to share and wear your costume!

NNY Chapter 4-AB1 of SOARwill hold a meeting at the MassenaCommunity Centerstarting at 4pm.  For more info call Richard Orton at 315-384-4216.

The First United Methodist Churchof Massena, located at 189 Main Street, will be hosting a meal that is free to everyone in the community on Thursday, October 30 from 4:30-6pm.  The menu will consist of: Chicken Parmesan, Tossed Salad, Bread & Butter, and Pumpkin Pie

The meal is free and anyone may attend.  We also gratefully accept donations.  If food is still available, take-outs will begin at 5:30pm.  Come and enjoy a good meal and some fellowship, as well.

October 31st

The zombie apocalypseis here, and this Halloween Massena Rescue Squad will be your emergency safe haven.  Come down between 6pmand 10pmfor emergency rations (snacks and punch) as well as travel supplies (goodie bags).  Despite the unconfirmed reports of zombie activity in the area, we will still be open, and will have soldiers to escort you through in the event the facility is over run.

MASSENA MOOSE LODGE 1110, Halloween Bash, starting at 7PM, DJ/Karaoke from 7-11PM.  Stop down for some treats, no tricks!

October 31st & November 1st

Potsdam’s 1st Haunted Infirmary both days from 6:30to 11:30pm.  $10 at the door, $8 if purchased online (Campus ID cards accepted).  Located at Clarkson Hall, 59 Main Streetin Potsdam.  Checkout the facebook page at

November 1st

The Altar Rosary Society of St. Patrick’s Churchin BrasherFallswill hold its annual craft show on Saturday, November 1, 2014at the K of C Hall, County Route 50 in BrasherFallsfrom 9:00 a.m.until 3:00 p.m.  Many dealers will be present with all kinds of crafts.  Luncheon and refreshments will be available.  Plenty of free parking is available.  The public is welcome.  Admission price is adults, $1.00 students, $.50, under 5 free.

Please run this community announcement as often as possible up until the date of the event.

Grace Methodist Churchwill hold their Holiday Bazaar from 10amto 2pm.

United Church of Madridturkey dinner at the M-W H.S. Cafeteria starting at 4:30until all are served.  Adults $9, children $5, under 5 FREE.  For delivery or take-outs call 322-5746 ext. 233 after 4pm.

November 2nd

Crary Mills Tri Town Community Centeris having a Ham Dinner from 12:00-?  Dinner includes; Ham Scalloped Potatoes, Vegetables, Rolls, Dessert and Beverage.  Adults $9.00 Kids under 5 eat FREE Take outs available.  CMTTCC's Cookbooks on Sale- $10.00  For more information call Twila @ 267-6413.  Hall is available for rent.

November 3rd

Italian nightat the Parishville Fireman’s Hall, Rutman Road.  Complete Italian meal served from 4:30to 6:40pm, for take-outs call 315-261-4642 before 4pm.  One price for all, $7.  Hosted by Parishville Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.

State University of New York Empire State Collegewill hold public information session(s) about its associate and bachelor’s degree programs at the St. Lawrence County Economic Development Center, OneStopCareerCenter, NYS Route 310, Bldg. 80, Cantonon:Monday, November 3, 2014at 4:00 p.m.  For more information, please call 315-786-6541.

November 3rd – 7th

Half price sale on wearable clothing, shoes & purses only.  More items put out daily.  At St. Vincent de Paul, 128 Main Streetin Massena.

November 4th

Election Day Dinner, Chicken and Biscuits. cost is $8, 4-6:30 a tEmmanuel Congregational Church.

Pedro Card Partieswill be held at 7:00 P.M.on November 14th at the LBSH dining room in BrasherFalls. 

These Card Parties are sponsored by the Quad Town Senior Citizens Club and are opened to the public.  Admission $1.00. Please bring a snack to pass.

The Pierrepont Ladies Auxiliary is sponsoring their annual Election Day Chicken and Biscuit Dinner on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, 4:00-7:00 the Pierrepont Fire Hall.  Dinner includes: Chicken, Biscuits, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Vegetables, and Homemade Pies.  Prices: Adults ages 13-61: $8.50, Senior Citizens ages 62 and up: $8, Children ages 6-12: $5, Children ages 5 and under are free, Take-Out: $8.50.

The American Red Cross of Northern New Yorkand the St. Lawrence County Office of Emergency Services are hosting an organizational meeting from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4, at the Human Services Complex Building, 80 State Highway 310, Canton, for representatives from community service agencies that are interested in joining the newly formed Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) for St. Lawrence County.

Massena Lions Club Annual Election Day Breakfast, 7 am - 10 am, First United MethodistChurch, 189 Main Street, Massena.  Breakfast - $7 ... Children under 6 FREE, Tickets available from Massena Lions Members or at the Door.  Vote and then enjoy a Great Breakfast or enjoy a Great Breakfast and then Vote!!!  All proceeds from this event stay in our local community to help those in need.

November 6th

Members of the Morley Library Association Inc. and all area residents interested in the future of the Morley Library are reminded that the next meeting of the Morley Library Association Inc. will be held at 6:00 P.M.on Thursday, November 6, at the Morley Library.Meetings of the Morley Library Association Inc. are open to the public and new members are always welcome.  Come and support the efforts to promote and maintain services of the Morley Library. Call 379-9863 or email the Morley Library Association Inc. at morleylibassoc.@gmail.comfor more information.

Kendrew Grange is having a Ham & Scallop Potatoes Dinner at the Grange Hall on Stevenson road and RTE 812 Kendrew Corners.  The cost is $9, dinner starts at 4pmuntil 7pm.

November 8th

Storywalk & Campfire at the RobertMosesNatureCenterat 10am.  Fall walk, story, craft, campfire, and marshmallows.  Will read the book “The Busy Little Squirrel” page by page as you walk through the trail.  Get outside and enjoy before the snow flies.  For more info contact Samantha Page at 315-244-7530.

Moira’s 35th Annual Holiday Shopping Fair at the Moira firehouse and the Methodist church from 10am to 3pm.  Over 80 vendor displays both inside and out.

The metaphysical discussion group"Metaphysically Speaking" will meet in the Massena Public Library from 1to 4:30 PM.  There will be a Power Pint presentation titled "Total Recovery - How We Get Sick - Why We Stay Sick & How We Can Recover".  This is based on the latest research of Dr. Gary Kaplan.  He offers hope to those with chronic illness including chronic pain and chronic depression.  This is a continuation of last month's workshop and will include a short review for those that did not attend part 1.

Amazing Woman'smeeting Sat. Nov. 8th - 10am at Living Water Ministry, 98 Rt. 95, Moira, NY. Guest Speaker: Mary Perry. Mary is a graduate and ordained form Global School of Surpernatural Ministry in Pa.and is a gifted teacher and minister, All are invited to come and hear her awesome testimony. Prayer will be available. Covered dish lunch (bring a dish to share)More info: (315) 250-0802.

November 9th

North LawrenceFire & Rescue


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Menu: Fresh carved turkey, Real mashed potatoes Homemade Gravy & Stuffing, Vegetable , RollsDeserts, Coffee, Iced tea, Kool-Aid.

Adults: $8.00

Seniors: $7.00

Children 12 and under: $7.00

Under 5: Free

November 11th

The Quad Town Senior Citizenswill hold it's next Dinner/Business meeting at the LBSH dining room in BrasherFalls.  The covered dish dinner will start at 6:00 P.M.with the Business meeting to follow at 7:00 P.M.Please bring a dish to pass and your own table service.

November 13th

In partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce and the St.LawrenceCounty Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board are sponsoring a free “Access to Capital” workshop on Thursday, November 13th at SUNY Canton. The event is intended to provide information about financial resources that are available to start or expand a business in the food, beverage and agricultural industries.  The morning workshop consists of two panel discussions.  The first panel will focus on traditional resources of capital that are available for businesses and entrepreneurs, and the second panel will highlight new and emerging sources of capital.  The event will conclude with a resource fair so that participants can meet and interact with banking and agency representatives to learn more about available financing.

November 14th & 15th

The Morley Library Association, Inc.will hold their annual Holiday Rummage Sale on Friday, November 14 from 7:30 AMto 5:30 PMand on Saturday, November 15 from 7:30 AMto 12 noon. All sales on Saturday will be at $1 per bag. 

The Holiday Rummage Sale will be held again this year at the Morley Activity Center at the Morley Wesleyan Church at 7254 CR 27 (the big blue building behind the Church on the Morley-Lisbon Road).

The Holiday Rummage Sale will feature gently used men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and shoes; small appliances; dishes and household items; giftware; books; toys; and the very popular Christmas decoration selections.

Save the date and watch for additional details next week.  For more information contact Ellen Wisner at 386-2823 or Kay Casey at 386-2357

November 15th

A Little Bit of Heaven Incis a new and upcoming business located in North LawrenceNY! We are formally known as the Silver Star Ranch, but in March of this year opened as a non-profit through the state of NY. We are an EquineRehabilitationCenter. We take unwanted horses that were heading to slaughter and have potential and rehabilitee them, and adopt out to good homes.

Recent headlines have brought us much attention and our number of volunteers and interest from the public is growing at a rapid rate! In five short months we have taken in 31 horses. These horses have come from places including Long Island, Vernon, Owl’s Head, Syracuseand Connecticut. The word is rapidly spreading as many callers with unwanted horses state that all other facilities are full or there is an extensive waiting list. In five short months we are almost at max capacity.

We will be hosting a Jamboree on November 15th at 1:00pmat The American Legion in Winthrop, NY. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to the care of all the new horses.

Trivia Nightat the KoC Hall in Brasher Falls.  This event is being held to help defraythe costs to upgrades of the building.  The cost per team is $100, with a maximum of 5 players per team.  If you prepay by 11/12 you will receive 100 points to start the night.  The prize list will be determined by the number of teams.

Music for the Seasona concert featuring Mike Tyo.  3pmat the AdamsUnited MethodistChurch.  A free offering will be taken.

November 16th

The Ogdensburg Elks Clubwill be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner to benefit Lights on the River.  The dinner will be held from 3pmto 7pm, or until everyone is served.  Entry will be $8 per adult, $5 for children 5-12 and children under 5 will be free.  Eat in, take out, and delivery is available within city limits.  For delivery, call 393-5430 the night of the dinner. Dessert is included with the dinner.

November 20th

Community Forum-Child Safety, the presenter will be Lt. LaBrake from the Massena Police Dept.  There will be a presentation first and then a question and answer period following this.   Light refreshments will be served.  At Emmanuel Congregational Church, 39W. Orvis St., Massena, NYFor more info. Call 769-8523

November 28th

Pedro Card Partieswill be held at 7:00 the LBSH dining room in BrasherFalls. 

These Card Parties are sponsored by the Quad Town Senior Citizens Club and are opened to the public.  Admission $1.00. Please bring a snack to pass.

November 29th

The Holy Name of JesusAcademy(337 Trippany Rd, Massena) is hosting a craft fair on Saturday, November 29th from 10:00 AMto 4:00 PM.  Vendors may reserve an indoor table for $15 or two for $25.  Tables and chairs are provided, and lunch orders are available. 

Call (315)769-6030 to register. 

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