News Notes 11/29

Shawn Sullivan has just released his fast, funny and frightful first novel, “Strawberry Moon,” a werewolf tale set in Maine. Check it out on Amazon.

Spartan Youth Wrestling Club will continue selling Christmas trees in front of the Nasson Little Theater in Springvale, from Wednesday through Friday, December 4-6. The fresh local trees, from Carpenter’s Tree Farm, are priced at $35 and up.

Holy Family Church now has professional live streaming equipment. Masses will no longer be on Facebook, but will be streamed from the church’s website at https://www.stthereseparishmaine.org/livestream.

A “reverse parade” will be held at the Springvale Vet Center on Wednesday, December 16, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Veterans and their families are invited to drive through the canyon of lights to see Santa, Mrs. Claus and the Vet Center elves!

The book group is back at Springvale Library! Join Arlene Jackson for a 3-part series on Zoom in January, February, and March. Read the book of the month and join her for a well-researched exploration of the story. The title for the January 6 meeting is “The Guest List,” a murder mystery by Lucy Foley. Registration is required – email dbrown@springvalelibrary.org to register.

Paul’s Market has finally reopened. Their new hours are 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., seven days a week.