‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ on an outdoor stage

Northern Essex Community College will present ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ on the outdoor stage of the Haverhill campus November 4 at 4 p.m. and November 6 and 7 at 2 p.m. The play is based on the book of the same name by Cheryl Strayed and adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos. The story delves into Strayed’s writings in his “Dear Sugar” advice column. Due to the content of the play, the show is recommended for viewers 18 years of age and over. Tickets are available in advance on bit.ly/tinybeautifulthingshaverhill or in person at the door (cash only) at 100 Elliott Street. Hot chocolate, hot cider and apple cider donuts will be served. General admission is $ 15; seniors and students pay $ 10.

Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão has opened a new location in the Burlington Mall. Like its sister restaurant at Copley in Boston, the Burlington location has a churrasco bar for patrons to watch chefs butcher, prepare and grill their meals right in front of them. The Burlington Restaurant also has an outdoor patio with a fireplace for guests who prefer to eat outside. For more information, visit fomodechao.com or call 781-382-0222.

The Wayland The Wayland Historical Society and Free Public Library will be hosting a joint program on November 7 at 2 p.m. titled “Three Wayland Women: WWI Yeomen (F), The First Women to Serve in the Army”. Local historian Jane Sciacca will present the program on the 11,000 Yeomen of the Navy (F) who worked as clerks in the Naval Reserve during WWI. Advance registration is required for the online event at bit.ly/waylandlibrary.

Gore place in Waltham is organizing an outdoor family walk on November 13 at 10 a.m. The guided tour will teach children ages 6 and up and their caregivers to search for plants and animals and find ways to find nature in their neighborhood. Advance tickets are required at bit.ly/goreplacewalks. The cost is free for adults, $ 11 for children aged 6 to 16.

The Holbrook The police department welcomed a new furry friend on October 15. The service’s new comfort dog, Blue, is a 10 week old golden retriever trained by Golden Opportunities for Independence, a Walpole-based training group. Now Blue and his teacher, School Resources Officer Scott Glover, will undergo additional training to learn how to work as a team. Following the training, Blue’s duties will include de-escalation for children in need, comforting trauma survivors, visiting schools, and assisting with search and rescue efforts. Funding was provided by the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office. “Blue will serve as a resource for the entire community and provide comfort and care when people need it most, while helping us strengthen relationships with residents,” said Police Chief William Smith .

The Milton The public library is holding its big annual book sale on November 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The sale includes over 750 newly donated selections priced from $ 2 to $ 5. Additionally, the Friends Book Shop will sell lightly used books at a price of 50 cents for children’s books to $ 2 to $ 3 for adult books. The sale will take place in the Keys Library Community Hall at 476 Canton Ave. and will accept cash, credit cards, checks and Venmo for payment. For more information visit mplfriends.org.

Diana Bravo can be reached at [email protected]

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