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Friday, October 31, 2014

THE TURN OF THE SCREW (Fri. 31 Oct, 2014 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm)

 Ten Bucks Theatre Company invites you to experience THE TURN OF THE SCREW By Jeffrey Hatcher from the novel by Henry James Directed by Ben Layman      

A chill is in the air . . . the leaves are turning . . . and the unmistakable melancholy energy of Autumn inspires Ten Bucks' next offering, THE TURN OF THE SCREW.      

Ten Bucks Theatre is gearing up to present this classic tale of terror just in time for the Halloween season! The Victorian era thriller starring Jesse McCormick and Melissa Burkart tells the tale of a young governess who arrives at an isolated English manor to care for two recently orphaned children. Soon, she begins to see two mysterious spirits haunting the children. She struggles to maintain her sanity while finding a way to save the children from the clutches of the evil apparitions.      

THE TURN OF THE SCREW will be performed at the Eddington/Clifton Civic Center (1347 Main Rd., Rt. 9) Oct 24, 25, 31 and Nov 1 at 7pm and Oct 26 and Nov 2 at 2pm. All tickets are $10.00 (cash or checks, only). Box office in the Hall opens 1 hour prior to show times.  

There will be a special presentation of Maine based ghost stories before the show on Oct 31st and Nov 1st. (Curtain time for these dates remains 7pm)     The Bangor Public Library invites those who'd like to delve deeper with the text and enhance their viewing to attend their play group's reading and discussion of THE TURN OF THE SCREW on Tuesday, October 21 and Saturday, October 25.      

SHABBATON WEEKEND And RABBI SIEMERS INSTALLATION (Fri. 31 Oct, 2014 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm)

We are excited about the upcoming interactive sessions with the noted Rabbi Feld, who will join us for a Shabbaton Weekend on October 31st and November 1st.    Friday evening:   We will have services, followed by a Shabbat Dinner for those who have made reservations.  At 7:30, Rabbi Feld will lead an interactive learning session where we will look at two psalms which allow us to see psalms as windows into our own experiences and inner lives.   Saturday: After kiddush, Rabbi Feld and Rabbi Siemers will lead a discussion relevant for the day.   Saturday evening: At 6PM, following Havdalah, Rabbi Feld will present a session on “A Taste of Talmud: How Do We Talk to Each Other?”  We share the same question which preoccupied the ancient rabbis  - if offended how to we respond? Come hear what they had to say and join in the conversation.  After the session, there will be refreshments during which you can informally talk to Rabbi Feld.   Formal Installation   The formal installation of Rabbi Siemers will held on Sunday, November 2nd at 1:30PM.     An installation ceremony commemorates the covenant between the Rabbi and the congregation to commit to building a community of loving kindness that strengths our lives and enhances the world around us. This celebration will be highlighted by a program of religious and community speakers including Rabbi Feld and Rev Haddix, and music by Anatole Wieck and Deborah Richman accompanied by Lucas Richman.  Refreshments and an informal social hour will follow.

SHABBATON WEEKEND And RABBI SIEMERS INSTALLATION (Fri. 31 Oct, 2014 7:00 pm - Mon. 3 Nov, 2014 7:00 pm)

We are excited about the upcoming interactive sessions with the noted Rabbi Feld, who will join us for a Shabbaton Weekend on October 31st and November 1st.    Friday evening:   We will have services, followed by a Shabbat Dinner for those who have made reservations.  At 7:30, Rabbi Feld will lead an interactive learning session where we will look at two psalms which allow us to see psalms as windows into our own experiences and inner lives.   Saturday: After kiddush, Rabbi Feld and Rabbi Siemers will lead a discussion relevant for the day.   Saturday evening: At 6PM, following Havdalah, Rabbi Feld will present a session on “A Taste of Talmud: How Do We Talk to Each Other?”  We share the same question which preoccupied the ancient rabbis  - if offended how to we respond? Come hear what they had to say and join in the conversation.  After the session, there will be refreshments during which you can informally talk to Rabbi Feld.   Formal Installation   The formal installation of Rabbi Siemers will held on Sunday, November 2nd at 1:30PM.     Aninstallation ceremony commemorates the covenant between the Rabbi and the congregation to commit to building a community of loving kindness that strengths our lives and enhances the world around us. This celebration will be highlighted by a program of religious and community speakers including Rabbi Feld and Rev Haddix, and music by Anatole Wieck and Deborah Richman accompanied by Lucas Richman.  Refreshments and an informal social hour will follow.

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