The October Advocate captures the thrill of the Gas Engine Meet, announces the hours for trick or treating, and praises our road crew for keeping our roads passable after the storm. It’s time to register to vote, celebrate World Polio Day with the Rotarians, and catch up on school news and views. The Art Tour is here, as is the Open 1841 Schoolhouse, and it is also time for the Fall rummage sale. We acknowledge Fred Woodward, a Navy man, and witness John Sandri awarded by the Garden Club. There’s all the activities at the DubHob, Library, and Rotary, plus come learn how to make a lantern. The Black Fly Story Hour is not to be missed, as well as the Electric Earth concert. We honor Cles Staples, who was an essential part of this town’s well-being, and hear about the quilts at Mariposa to honor Black History. We can read the River Center offerings, and consider giving rides to people who need them. The Humane Society is sponsoring a fundraising Walkathon, and Raylynmor offers an Opera Cabaret. Hunting Season is under way, so wear your orange in the woods and keep an eye out for Golden Eagles. As always, tell our advertisers you saw them here.

October 2018