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Thurs. Oct. 29 8:36 am 8:55 pm 2:44 am 3:09 pmFri. Oct. 30 9:20 am 9:42 pm 3:31 am 3:57 pmSat. Oct. 31 10:01 am 10:28 pm 4:14 am 4:43 pmSun. Nov. 1 9:42 am 10:11 pm 3:57 am 4:27 pmMon. Nov. 2 10:22 am 10:55 pm 4:39 am 5:11 pmTues. Nov. 3 11:03 am 11:39 pm 5:21 am 5:55 pmWed. Nov. 4 11:46 am -- 6:05 pm 6:41 pmThurs. Nov. 5 12:25 am 12:32 pm 6:51 am 7:29 pmFri. Nov. 6 1:14 am 1:22 pm 7:39 am 8:19 pm
SUNRISE AND SUNSETSunrise Sunset
Thurs. Oct. 29 7:12 am 5:40 pmFri. Oct. 30 7:13 am 5:38 pmSat. Oct. 31 7:14 am 5:37 pmSun. Nov. 1 6:15 am 4:36 pmMon. Nov. 2 6:16 am 4:35 pmTues. Nov. 3 6:18 am 4:33 pmWed. Nov. 4 6:19 am 4:32 pmThurs. Nov. 5 6:20 am 4:31 pmFri. Nov. 6 6:22 am 4:30 pm
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Weather AlmanacHigh Low Rainfall 6AM Sky Conditions
Saturday 53 43 0.07” OvercastSunday 43 37 1.23” Light RainMonday 51 38 0.96” ClearTuesday 61 37 -- Scattered CloudsWednesday 67 47 Trace Overcast with BreaksThursday 73 51 -- Scattered CloudsFriday 61 -- Overcast with BreaksTotal: 2.26”
- Fall Special -
The Studio will be open this Sunday,November 1 and each Sunday until Christmas.12 noon to 5pm
We are ready for The Holidays,including Halloween.
By Appointment Only 781-585-2330
60 Country Club Way, Kingston MA 02364
Therapeutic Massage and Birth Services At Indian Pond Country Club
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Sunday, Nov. 29 from 12-4 PM “Duxbury Holly Days!”
Trolleys, Santa, activities, music, and more!Watch for details...
Real Estate Transactions51 Cedar St. $836,000
Patricia S. Cook and Thomas K. Cook toJeffrey C. Annis and Amy H. B. Annis
183 Chestnut St. $625,000
William J. Farquharson and Cynthia J.Farquharson to Scott W. Buchanan and Brenda N. Buchanan
100 Lincoln St #8 $357,000
Kathleen M. Crowley to R. CurtisFithian and Jane D. Fithian 4 Cedar St. $938,000 Charles H. Kiklisand Elaine J. Kiklis to Charles H. Torres and Karen M. Toujouse
42 Sunset Rd. $1,201,000
Ramseyer RT and Ronald L. Ramseyerto Christopher G. Kirk and Breanna P. Kirk
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Averages & Comparisons
Avg High Temp Above Week 61.3Avg High Same Week Last Year 53.1Avg High Same Week ’99 59.4
On Saturday, Nov. 7, whenthe Red Cross comes to theDuxbury Senior Center, 10
Mayower St. for the Masonic
Blood Drive. Donor hours willbe from 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.and all blood types are neededat this time.To avoid waiting, call JimTaylor at 339-832-0244 for anappointment. For more infor-mation, call the Red Cross at1-800-GIVE-LIFE or visit on-line at newenglandblood.org.
With Thanksgiving justweeks away, residents look-ing for something special todo after the holiday, may wishto reserve Nov. 29. That’s thedate the Duxbury BusinessAssociation will hold its an-nual Holly Days from noonuntil dusk. This year marks the
fth anniversary of the popu
-lar event which always offersfree activities to appeal to allages and interests.Members have been plan-ning for months. Once again,the popular trolleys will beavailable to shuttle those whowish from venue to venue and,of course, caroling along the
way will denitely be an op
-tion. A schedule for the day is
now being nalized and will
soon be published. So savethe day for a town-wide tra-dition that promises to offersomething special to all whoattend.
Reminder: The Town of Duxbury’s second quarter realestate bills are due Nov. 2. Thesecond quarter real estate billswere mailed in June as part of the Town of Duxbury’s semi-annual mailing for quarterlybills. Please call the Collec-
tor’s ofce at 781-934-1102
with any questions.Footprints, a ministry for
third, fourth and fth graders is
hosting a game night on Friday,Nov. 6 from 5:30-7:30 at HolyFamily Church. Come matchwits against friends, enjoy piz-za and desserts and make cardsfor Duxbury soldiers servingabroad. The entrance fee is anitem to be shipped over to oursoldiers. (Gum, instant soup orcoffee, toiletry items, batter-ies, stamps, books, puzzles).Please reserve a spot for thisfun night by e-mailing Emilyat firstname.lastname@example.org. If interested in volunteering, e-mail Leslie at email@example.com. Desserts and drinkswill be gladly accepted.
Footprints to hold game nightGuitar lessons
If you have always wantedto learn how to play the guitar,
but were never able to nd the
time for lessons, you will wantto mark down Oct. 28 from6:30-9 p.m., on your calendar.That’s when Duxbury Beforeand After Dark has arrangedfor Peter Dupre to teach hispopular “Instant Guitar forHopelessly Busy Adults.”This one-time, two hourclass will teach you to playchords on the guitar so youcan start playing your favoritesongs right away.For more information orto register for the class pleasecall Duxbury Before and AfterDark at 781-934-7633. Be sureto bring your acoustic guitar.