Elizabethtown Column

If our long snowy winter is getting to you, there's a few activities to do this Sunday, March 10. Get out of your house, connect with your neighbors and friends for a nice afternoon and evening. Begin your afternoon at the Hand House on River Street, listening to and enjoying their hosting of The Trillium Ensemble from 3 to 4:30 p.m. The accomplished Ensemble members are Ann Ellsworth on horn, Hans Himlein on flute, Janice Kyle on oboe, Brian Donat on cello and Timothy Mount on piano. They will be playing chamber music by composers Grieg, Gliere, and Libertango by Piazzolla. A donation of $10 is suggested, as seating is always limited, please contact the Hand House at 873-6496 to reserve your place.

The Cobble Inn is hosting a fundraiser with ELCS students, Schroon Lake students and the North Country Mission of Hope from 4:30 until 8 p.m., serving a delicious spaghetti dinner for $10 per person or $30 for a family of four. This fundraiser will help children/students of Nicaragua afford an education that they may not be fortunate enough to have otherwise. There will be a raffle of traditional Nicaraguan prizes. Please come out, have a great meal while helping a great cause and the caring students of ELCS.

Over at the Depot Theatre in Westport take part in their Soup and Play Reading. This is an informal gathering of friends and community members in the Depot Station's lobby, they will be exploring and reading a play with the possibility of having it produced. If you are interested in reading a part in this fun activity, please come join in. The reading this Sunday is “Bat Jar” by Shami McCormick, Artistic Director of the Depot Theatre. At 6 p.m. a hot soup is served, followed by the reading at 6:30 p.m. Call the Depot at 962-4449 to reserve your part.

If you enjoy playing cards or want to learn, The Elizabethtown Social Center has their newly formed card club looking for members on Wednesday's from noon to 3 p.m. Contact the Social Center for more detailed information at 873-6408.

Looking towards next weekend, it's St. Patrick's Day, Sunday March 17.

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