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Stony Brook Hosts Documentary On Teen Depression


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From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 in Westford

#1. The Road Back… is a documentary that highlights the story of two high achieving students with anxiety and depression who are challenged by home and school.

The film will be shown at the Stony Brook Middle School Auditorium on Thursday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. courtesy of WASA, the Westford Parent Connection and Westford Circle Health.

Microsoft Word - TheRoadBack_Poster.docx#2. Pumpkin Carving: Samhain Craft for Adults Samhain is the celebration of the final harvest and that celebration is coming to the Roudenbush Community Center on Thursday Oct. 23 from 7 to 9 p.m. There’s a material fee of $5 is payable to instructor. $28/$25 for Westford residents.

For questions, call Donna Deschenes 978-692-5511 X281 or visit www.roudenbush.org to enroll in classes


#3. Halloween Dance Jam Is Coming To The Farmers’ Market Next Week… No Registration needed, bring your costume and join the limbo line!  Six Prizes awarded for Best Costume, Awesome Dancin’ and Creative Costume. Prizes include six Ski & Lift  Tickets to Nashoba Valley Ski Area.   There will be games for kids and adults including free goodie bags from Whole Foods Bedford.

It takes place on Tuesday, Oct. 28th from  3 to 5 p.m.

#4. Oktoberfest Is Coming to Bridges by EPOCH… Enjoy German food and an assortment of beers on Thursday, Oct. 23 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Bridges by EPOCH on Littleton Road just past South Chelmsford Road. Space is limited! Call 978-692-9541 for more information.

#5. The Grand Opening of CHOICE Veterans’ Housing… is set to open on 173 Carlisle Rd. For more information, e-mail Dana Mead at dmead@wihed.org

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