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Vendors needed for craft fair: Temple Tifereth Israel, 539 Salem St., will hold its annual craft fair, Nov. 9, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Spaces are available. The cost of a space is $40. Vendors provide table and chair. 781-322-2794, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.templetiferethisrael.org.
Bike to the Sea annual meeting: David Watson, executive director of MassBike, will speak about what the organization is doing to promote bicycling at the Bike to the Sea annual meeting, Nov. 6, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Cambridge Health Alliance, 195 Canal St. (next to Anthony's). Safe Routes to School initiatives will be discussed. Volunteers are needed. www.biketothesea.com.
Stocking drive: Nov. 6, 7-9 p.m, the Newcomers and Natives Club and Marblehead Museum & Historical Society kick off the Annual Stocking Drive for the Community of Friends. Community of Friends hopes to fill 500 stockings. Adults in these organizations, with guests, will gather at the Museum, 170 Washington St., to decorate stockings or just enjoy wine and appetizers. The goal is for everyone to leave with empty stockings and tags to sponsor children from Lynn, Salem, Marblehead, and several Marblehead High Metco students. RSVP to Erica at 781-631-1194 or email@example.com. newcomersandnatives.com, marbleheadmuseum.org.
Heritage Industries 50th: North Shore Arc's Heritage Industries and Mayor Michael J. Bonfanti of Peabody invite the community to attend Heritage Industries' 50th anniversary celebration, Nov. 21, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Wiggin Auditorium at Peabody City Hall, 24 Lowell St. Light refreshments. Heritage Industries provides vocational training to people with disabilities and subcontracting services to area businesses, including assembly work and office support such as copying, large mailings, and shredding. Senator Frederick E. Berry, former director of Heritage Industries, will be honored for work at North Shore Arc. RSVP by Nov. 14 to Becky Landry at 978-624-2401 or e-mail BLandry@nsarc.org.
Free screening of "The End of America": Wakefield Unitarian Universalist Church, 326 Main St., will present a free screening of "The End of America - The Documentary," today at 6 p.m., followed by a discussion. Scheduled to make its world premiere at the 2008 Hamptons International Film Festival, the film is an adaptation of Naomi Wolf's book "The End of America," which details 10 steps a country takes when it slides toward fascism. endofamericamovie.com. For directions, wakefielduu, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 781-245-4632.
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