Adult Site Hosting – New Hostgator Coupon http://newhostgatorcoupon.com/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 17:15:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3.png Adult Site Hosting – New Hostgator Coupon http://newhostgatorcoupon.com/ 32 32 The Untold Truth by Mike Birbiglia https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/the-untold-truth-by-mike-birbiglia/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 17:15:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/the-untold-truth-by-mike-birbiglia/ Eventually, Mike Birbiglia transformed the core concept behind “Tip Your Waitstaff” into a more formal podcast titled “Working It Out,” which debuted in May 2020. The format of the podcast sees Mike interview various comedians and celebrity guests, and they interview their careers, share stories from their lives, and most importantly, share new material in […]]]>

Eventually, Mike Birbiglia transformed the core concept behind “Tip Your Waitstaff” into a more formal podcast titled “Working It Out,” which debuted in May 2020. The format of the podcast sees Mike interview various comedians and celebrity guests, and they interview their careers, share stories from their lives, and most importantly, share new material in support of various charities (via The Boston Globe). He’s had many comedians on the show, as well as TV personalities like Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon, and even musicians like his longtime friend and record producer Jack Antonoff and The National frontman Matt Berninger.

The podcast continues to this day, even as Mike toured his new one-man show in 2021 and 2022. Even when Mike was hosting talks and workshops with fellow comedians, there was still nothing better than hearing the audience’s reaction to your jokes. Luckily, Mike found a clever solution: Zoom comedy shows. At the height of the 2020 lockdown Mike performed to a Zoom audience of 500 people around the world in Mike Birbiglia: Working It Out Virtually.

As the pandemic continued into 2021, Mike’s virtual comedy shows took on an entirely new, albeit utterly Birbiglia-esque, form. For a limited run, Mike has named a series of virtual shows “The Worldwide Comedy Pizza Party.” For these Zoom shows, Mike encourages his audience to order from their local pizza places and watch a show of pizza-related material only.

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Community Calendar for November 12 | community news https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/community-calendar-for-november-12-community-news/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/community-calendar-for-november-12-community-news/ The Adams County Trout Unlimited (ACTU) sponsored Fly Tying Night will be held on Wednesday, November 16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Adams County Conservation District Office, 670 Old Harrisburg Road, Gettysburg. The event is free and open to the public. Learn the basics of fly tying or tie with club members. Bring your own […]]]>

The Adams County Trout Unlimited (ACTU) sponsored Fly Tying Night will be held on Wednesday, November 16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Adams County Conservation District Office, 670 Old Harrisburg Road, Gettysburg. The event is free and open to the public. Learn the basics of fly tying or tie with club members. Bring your own tools/materials or use those provided by members. If you are interested, contact Frank Kozak, ACTU President, at fmkozak@gmail.com.

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The George Marshall Medical Museum is hosting a Living Autopsy event https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/the-george-marshall-medical-museum-is-hosting-a-living-autopsy-event/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/the-george-marshall-medical-museum-is-hosting-a-living-autopsy-event/ A LIVING autopsy event described as “not for the faint of heart” is coming to Worcester this month. The George Marshall Medical Museum, located on the grounds of the Worcestershire Royal Hospital, is hosting a free live autopsy event with an award-winning pathologist. dr Suzy Lishman CBE will moderate the event and explain to the […]]]>

A LIVING autopsy event described as “not for the faint of heart” is coming to Worcester this month.

The George Marshall Medical Museum, located on the grounds of the Worcestershire Royal Hospital, is hosting a free live autopsy event with an award-winning pathologist.

dr Suzy Lishman CBE will moderate the event and explain to the audience what an autopsy entails, the impact of lifestyle choices on the body and how to identify common causes of death.

Despite the title, no corpses, blood, or body parts are used in the event, but some of the descriptions have been described as so graphic that viewers felt nauseous at times.

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Event organizers have said it may not be the event for you if you’re squeamish.

The event will include a description of a conventional autopsy, illustrated using a live model and a set of autopsy instruments.

It will take place on Thursday, November 17th.

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After the event there is an opportunity to talk to Dr. to speak to Lishman and ask questions.

It is aimed at over 16s, although younger teens can attend if accompanied by an adult.

This event is part of a UK tour to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Royal College of Pathologists, the membership organization that sets standards in pathology in the UK (including autopsies) and improves services to provide patients with the best care.

Tickets to the event are free but do not guarantee free parking at the Charles Hastings Education Centre.

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Paid seats are available on the grounds of Worcestershire Royal Hospital and tickets are valid for over 16s or 12s accompanied by an adult.

The George Marshall Medical Museum is housed in the Charles Hastings Education Center on the grounds of the Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

Normal opening hours are Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Lorain County Senior Expo offers free resources to older adults https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/lorain-county-senior-expo-offers-free-resources-to-older-adults/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 10:49:00 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/lorain-county-senior-expo-offers-free-resources-to-older-adults/ ELYRIA, Ohio — Lorain County seniors are receiving a free reward to help them age and care. The County Office on Aging Seniors is holding its Aging Well Senior Expo for the first time since the pandemic mandates began. The event will be held on November 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the […]]]>

ELYRIA, Ohio — Lorain County seniors are receiving a free reward to help them age and care. The County Office on Aging Seniors is holding its Aging Well Senior Expo for the first time since the pandemic mandates began. The event will be held on November 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lorain County Community College (LCCC) Spitzer Conference Center

Lauren Ksiazek, executive director of the Lorain County Office on Aging, told News 5 that her team conducted a needs assessment for 2021, interviewing 350 people, particularly seniors. She says it has shown a focus on awareness and support around fraud targeting seniors, Medicare, caregiver burnout, affordability in old age, including insurance, etc.

“Lorain County is an interesting county. We’re a relatively large county, but we’re a cross between city, country and suburb. So we have so many different needs…we have to be very proactive in thinking about how to reach those seniors in the different locations and meet them where they are,” Ksiazek said. “The needs assessment sort of kickstarted that back, and we really wanted to focus our education and outreach on what we believe are needs and issues in the community.”

Ksiazek says older adults make up 25% of the county’s population, which is expected to reach 30% before the number drops.

“Approximately half of Lorain County’s older adults cannot afford the recommended level of service they need. We do not have an adult daycare center in Lorain County. We have an age deficiency, which I know everyone has an age deficiency [but] We don’t have any tax. We have no additional funds for aging services.”

Support for older adults is driven by nonprofit and local programs, including the Lifelong Learning Center program offered by the LCCC.

As the program website states: “The Center for Lifelong Learning offers non-credit programs specifically designed for those who are at least 50 years old and/or retired. These programs and courses offer learning opportunities in computers, the Internet, estate planning, professional enrichment, fitness and recreation, world cultures, astronomy, gardening, historical genealogy, antiquing, creative writing, and more. All courses offer adults over the age of 50 the opportunity to take part in classes together with their peers.”

Tom Lamoda enrolled in this quarter’s Basic Drawing course after retiring in January.

“I was looking for things to do and we got a flyer in the mail saying there are some great classes out there and I’ve always wanted to take a drawing class because I was struggling to be a stick figure myself to draw. So I figured this would be a great time.”

News 5 was able to attend the last class of the five-week course, in which Lamoda, a Vietnam veteran, was joined by about a dozen other older adults.

“It brings me back to my old days at school and it’s also kind of refreshing,” Lamoda said. “You hear from people when they retire that you have to find some kind of activity to keep going or how early it is implied that you will think. So I want to stay busy as much as possible.”

The class is taught by her colleague Earl Smith, who began teaching at the LCCC in 2009.

“This inspires me to show you that you can draw. If you leave my five sessions, you will draw,” he said. “A lot of times you feel okay, well I’m of a certain age so I can’t do this anymore, wrong? As long as you have breath in your body you can do what you have to do.”

Lamoda says aging for him means fearlessly making the most of everyday life on the LCCC campus, where his granddaughter also attends and helps him.

“It’s a great environment here. It’s a safe environment. The people are just wonderful. They try to help and they want to help you,” he said. “It was a shot in the arm for me and I’m just really enjoying it.”

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Free food, offers and discounts https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/free-food-offers-and-discounts/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 22:18:12 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/free-food-offers-and-discounts/ (WFLA) – Trick or treats aren’t the only ones who can eat for free on Halloween. Restaurants across the country are offering free and discounted treats to celebrate the spooky season. Here are 25 freaking good deals for your fright night plans. What is the “worst” Halloween candy? 7-Eleven Hosting a Halloween party? 7Rewards and […]]]>

(WFLA) – Trick or treats aren’t the only ones who can eat for free on Halloween.

Restaurants across the country are offering free and discounted treats to celebrate the spooky season. Here are 25 freaking good deals for your fright night plans.

7-Eleven

Hosting a Halloween party? 7Rewards and Quick rewards Members can take advantage of a buy-one-get-one offer on large pizzas on October 31st. The convenience chain is also offering large, $5 pizzas over Halloween weekend (October 28-30).

applebees

Receive a free Plate of Boneless Wings with any take-out or delivery order totaling $30 or more. Just place the order Applebee’s website or Applebee’s mobile app with code “SPOOKY22” at checkout. The chain also brought back its Spooky Sips cocktails for the season. You can try a Dracula’s Juice or Tipsy Zombie for $6.

Baskin Robbins

If you fancy something sweet, Baskin Robbins is offering 31% off all baubles all day Halloween.

Boston market

The Boston Market Halloween Party Special runs October 29-31. Receive $10 off a family dinner plus double Rotisserie Rewards Points.

Burger King

Now until Halloween, use the “Ghost Detector” in the BK mobile app to search for a ghost in your house. You can get two Ghost Pepper Whopper sandwiches and two small fries for $10 if you find one.

chipotle

Chipotle is bringing back its “Boorito” promotion. Chipotle Rewards Members can earn $6 in admission by dressing up in a costume and visiting the restaurant on Halloween. The offer runs from 3 p.m. to closing time.

Chuck E Cheese

Are you looking for something to do with the kids? Costumed children get 10 free Chuck E Cheese Game points on Halloween. The chain also offers 30 minutes of free play when you buy 60 minutes or more.

corner bakery

On Halloween Corner Bakery Loyalty rewards members can receive a free sweet treat such as a cookie, muffin or pastry with their purchase. New rewards members also get a $5 off their next purchase.

CV

CVS is running a Buy, Get, 50% Off promotion Teal Pumpkin Project Article. This includes non-food treats and buckets for kids with food allergies who can’t eat traditional Halloween candy but still want to have fun.

immersion

Dunkin’ rewards members can score free food until October 31st. The chain offers a free breakfast sandwich, Bagel Minis, or an order of Munchkins donut holes with the purchase of a large or medium drink.

Häagen Dazs

You can get a free mini cup or cone of ice cream when you visit a Häagen Dazs ice cream parlor on Halloween. Just put on your costume before heading to the store and claim your free reward through the Häagen Dazs app.

I JUMP

Now through Halloween, IHOP is offering kids free Scary Face Pancakes with the purchase of an adult entree. The offer is valid daily from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Krispy Kreme

You can get a free donut of your choice if you drop by in a Krispy Kreme costume this Halloween. Look out for the illuminated “Hot Light” when you want donuts at their freshest.

McAlister’s Deli

This offer is for the whole family. McAlister’s rewards members Receive up to two free children’s meals with the purchase of an adult main course through October 31st. Use code HALLOWEEN22 to redeem this offer online.

Noodles & Co

On October 31st, Noodles rewards members Get a free small appetizer with the purchase of a regular one.

Publix

Publix said to expect “no tricks, just treats!‘ while visiting the grocery chain on Halloween. Children in costume can play trick or treating in the shop from 4pm to 7pm

QDOBA Mexican food

QDOBA Rewards members will receive 1 entry for purchase and 1 free offer on October 31st. This offer can be redeemed in store or online.

TGI Fridays

On Halloween, TGI Fridays is offering discounts on wings and drinks. You can get wings for 50 cents each, which is almost half the regular price. When you combine this offer with the restaurant’s Happy Hour (3pm-6pm), you can also grab half-price appetizers and discounted drinks.

Order to go? Receive 25% off party platters and family dinners when you order from TGI Fridays website. Just use the code SPOOKY25.

Tacobell

Taco Bell is offering free fries and nacho cheese sauce with the purchase of a Double Steak Grilled Cheese Burrito on the Taco Bell app through October 31. You can also get a free Doritos Locos Taco as part of the “Steal a base, steal a taco” Financial support.

Wendy’s

This Halloween weekend, Wendy’s is having a other offer For every day.

  • 29 Oct: Free small chili with every purchase
  • 30 Oct: Spicy Chicken Sandwich is buy one get one free
  • 31 Oct: Complimentary Junior Bacon Cheeseburger with every purchase

You must order through the Wendy’s mobile app to redeem these daily deals.

Zaxbys

Zaxby’s customers can take advantage of a buy-one-one-free offer when ordering boneless wings through the restaurant apartment. This offer is valid all day on October 31st.

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Worship news and notes for October 22 – thereporteronline https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/worship-news-and-notes-for-october-22-thereporteronline/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 19:11:52 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/worship-news-and-notes-for-october-22-thereporteronline/ Submit articles for Worship News to religion@thereporteronline.com. Direct questions to Nancy March, Editor, at nmarch@thereporteronline.com. The deadline for submissions is Thursday noon to appear in the Saturday Worship News and Notes. The Ukrainian Catholic Church’s “Our Lord” presentation has two additional sidewalk sales dates for Ukrainian food: Saturday, October 29 and November 12, from 10:00 […]]]>

Submit articles for Worship News to religion@thereporteronline.com. Direct questions to Nancy March, Editor, at nmarch@thereporteronline.com. The deadline for submissions is Thursday noon to appear in the Saturday Worship News and Notes.

The Ukrainian Catholic Church’s “Our Lord” presentation has two additional sidewalk sales dates for Ukrainian food: Saturday, October 29 and November 12, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at 1564 Allentown Road, Lansdale. Stock up on delicious pierogi and kielbasa. Questions: 215-362-9599.

The Chancel Choir of St. John’s United Church of Christ will sing “He That Is Down Need Fear No Fall” by R. Vaughn Williams, arranged by Brian Judge, in the 10:15 am service on October 23. Later the service will be available on St John’s website, Facebook page and YouTube channel: youtube/stjohnsucclansdalepa. The church is located at 500 W. Main St., Lansdale. All are welcome. Call 215-855-5489 or visit www.st-johns-ucc.org.

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 211 S. Main St., North Wales, celebrates Sunday 23 October with a communion service in the sanctuary at 8:30am and 10:00am. The service will be live streamed for those unable to attend in person and can be found at www.stpetersnorthwales.org. Special music will be from St. Peter’s Belles. SPARK (Children’s Sunday School) is at 10:00am Confirmation classes are from 11:30am to 12:30pm First Communion classes are at 11:15am. In the evening there is a men’s meeting in Iron Hill.

Gwynedd Square Presbyterian Church PC (USA), 837 Sumneytown Pike, Lansdale Please use an internet-enabled device or phone to attend live at the Shrine or live online worship services via Zoom. Sunday service is at 10:00 a.m. and morning service at 8:30 a.m. For web links or dial-in numbers, go to www.gwyneddsquare.org. Weekly Bible study meets on Wednesdays at 10am in the pastor’s study and on Zoom. The Adult Forum meets every Monday at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom and continues The Great Courses Videos: Comparative Religion video series with Prof. Charles Kimball of the University of Oklahoma. For web links or dial-in numbers for activities, please email office@gwyneddsquare.org or call the church office at 215-699-9159.

Faith Lutheran Church, 615 Cowpath Road, Montgomeryville, continues to pray in the Shrine as well as on Zoom at 10:30 am. Sunday school is held on Sundays from 9:45am to 10:25am for 3 to 11 year olds. A crib will be provided for 3-5 year olds during the 10:30am service. All services are also uploaded to Facebook. Find this at www.faithmontgomerville.org and click Connect to Facebook. For the zoom link or more information, please email believemont@verizon.net

The Church of the Holy Spirit of Harleysville (Episcopal), 2871 Barndt Road on the corner of Sumneytown Pike, Upper Salford, holds in-person communion services on Sundays at 8:00 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. The Church is also streaming Sunday services at 10:15 am live on the Church website and Facebook page – Church of the Holy Spirit, Harleysville. Church school for preschool through adult classes begins at 9am. Worship services are led by Rev. Kathy Andonian, Principal. For more information, call 215-234-8020 or visit www.churchoftheholyspirit.us.

Montco Bible Fellowship, 160 E. Main St., Lansdale: Attend virtual worship services accessible through the website or in person every Sunday. Adult Sunday School begins at 9:30 am and services at 10:00 am, along with Children’s Church at 10:00 am. We hold virtual Bible studies on Wednesdays at 7:20 p.m. Call 215-855-0899 for the Zoom Bible Study link. Visit our new website at www.montcobf.org.

Indian Creek Mennonite Church, 647 Harleysville Pike, Telford, will hold services as follows: Sunday School, 9 a.m.; Worship service, 10:15 a.m.; 7:30 p.m., October 30, Inspirational Song Service. Questions? Call Kevin Moyer (215) 721-9127.

Grace Lutheran Church, 40 N. Main St., Hatfield, with Pastor Nancy M. Raabe continues her church
Fall Worship Service from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. with Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. A new worship experience, Contemplative Connection, takes place on the last Wednesday of the month from 7:30pm to 7:50pm. In these times of pressure, busy schedules, and demanding responsibilities, our hearts and souls yearn for the refreshment and peace that only comes from a deep connection with God. Here we will have an invitation to sit in silence and pray through simple songs and chants. Casual clothing and floor seating are recommended. The 10:30 a.m. Sunday service will be streamed live under Online Worship on gracelutheranhatfield.org. For more information, call 215-855-4676.

Christmas Concert Opportunity for Volunteer Musicians: Gwynedd Square Presbyterian Church is hosting a Christmas Concert with the GSPC Chancel Choir and GSPC Community Concert Band on Sunday afternoon 18th December. The church invites parishioners to join the choir or band for this special and festive event. If you play an instrument or like to sing, you are more than welcome to join both musical ensembles! The choir rehearsals take place on Sundays at 12 p.m. and the brass band rehearsals on Sunday evenings at 7 p.m. in the church room. If interested, please call the church office at 215-699-9159 or email office@GwyneddSquare.org for details. Information about our programs, events and services is available at GwyneddSquare.org.

Gwynedd Square Presbyterian Church announces its Autumn Faire Sale which will take place on Friday 28 October 9am to 6pm and Saturday 29 October Bag Sale 8am to 11am. Clean condition for adults and children including inner and outer clothing, handbags, socks, scarves, gloves, hats and shoes. Also included are small household items and clean linens (blankets, sheets, towels, tablecloths and curtains). This includes puzzles, writing paper, handicraft materials, children’s toys, games and books as well as all kinds of jewellery. If you would like to donate, the deadlines are Monday, October 24, 10am – 1pm and 6pm – 7.30pm; Tuesday, October 25, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday, October 26, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Contact Sandy Levine (215-368-0973) or Anita Lamond (215-527-2578) if you have any questions or need help submitting a donation.

A Trivia Night benefit for the American Cancer Society will be held on October 22 at St. Helena’s Church in Blue Bell. The 14th annual event takes place at 6:30pm in The Empress Room at the Church, 1489 Dekalb Pike. Gather some friends and don’t miss the delicious buffet dinner and fun trivia contest for a good cause. Visit the website at https://bit.ly/ACSTriviaNight22 for more information or contact Lori at 610-283-2932.

Gwynedd Square Presbyterian Church organizes and conducts a Mission Week each fall and spring, giving members of the congregation and the wider community an opportunity to take time out to help with a community service activity. The 7th fall mission week will take place from October 30th to November 5th. There are ways to support one of five nonprofit organizations. There will be hands-on volunteer activities for all ages for those who wish to volunteer in a group or individually, from home, at a mission organization location, or at church on a weekday evening or weekend. Organizations include: Caring for Friends – volunteering to take part in a cooking day together to prepare meals for the frail and isolated; Habitat for Humanity – Volunteer to build a new home for a local family who could not otherwise afford a home; Keystone Opportunity Center – Volunteers to bag, box and load fresh produce into customers’ cars for those in need of grocery assistance; Gamma Services – donation of non-perishable groceries, disposable pans and Thanksgiving Day bag grocery vouchers to underserved families; Manna on Main Street – Donation of food, drink, household and cooking items to help people in need. Please contact Ralph Insinga (rpinsinga@yahoo.com or 610-278-9656) or the Gwynedd Square Church Office (215-699-9159) for more details on these activities and how to participate.

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What is there for families and children to do in Harrogate District this October semester? https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/what-is-there-for-families-and-children-to-do-in-harrogate-district-this-october-semester/ Tue, 18 Oct 2022 15:39:50 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/what-is-there-for-families-and-children-to-do-in-harrogate-district-this-october-semester/ But half term can also be a stressful time for parents and caregivers who have to keep little ones entertained for a week. There’s also plenty to do on Halloween on October 31, whether it’s pumpkin picking or a spooky trail. To make it a little easier, here is a list of activities to do […]]]>

But half term can also be a stressful time for parents and caregivers who have to keep little ones entertained for a week.

There’s also plenty to do on Halloween on October 31, whether it’s pumpkin picking or a spooky trail.

To make it a little easier, here is a list of activities to do throughout the region this semester…

During this semester in October there are many activities taking place throughout the Harrogate district

Birchfield Farm Pumpkin Festival

The Pumpkin Festival takes place at Birchfield Family Dairies in Summerbridge and runs until October 31st.

They do not charge entry to the pumpkin patch as you only pay for what you pick and prices for pumpkins range from £1 to £12.

However if you would like to visit the farm animals, activities, corn maze and carving barn it costs £5.95 per person, children under 2 years old are free.

Reservations are not required as you can just walk in and are open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm.

Spooky Castle Spooky Halloween Trail

The new Creepy Castle Spooktastic Halloween Trail arrives at Knaresborough Castle this half term.

Along the way, see magic shows, spooky characters, face painting, castle stories, and more spooky surprises.

Tickets are just £3.75 per person, children under 2 go free and are available from 3pm to 8pm from 27th to 29th October.

With breathtaking rides and fantastic bouncy castles for all ages, the Harrogate Indoor Funfair returns to the Yorkshire Event Center from 22nd to 30th October.

It takes place in three-hour sessions – from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 5pm. Tickets are £12.99 when booked online or £14.99 at the box office.

Enjoy the magic of Halloween this fall semester with thousands of pumpkins to pick at Stockeld Park.

From October 22nd to 30th it’s the perfect family outing and every child with a paid ticket gets to choose their pumpkin for free.

There are also plenty of activities including being able to explore their enchanted forest, take part in their magical maze and more.

Mama Doreen’s Emporium Halloween Afternoon Tea

Mama Dooreen’s Emporium in Harrogate is hosting a spooky Halloween afternoon tea from 21st to 31st October.

It’s a very popular treat during the October holidays, so booking in advance is recommended to avoid disappointment.

It costs £29.95 per adult, £19.95 per senior and £15 per child, with plenty of savory and sweet delights on offer.

Halloween mumbo-jumbo at Mother Shipton

Get brooms and wands ready when you visit Mother Shipton this term.

Venture deep into the spooky forest when you enter the Haunted Halloween Village and also visit the Wicked Wishing Well.

A terribly fun Halloween at Stump Cross Caverns

There’s a lot going on at Stump Cross Caverns this semester.

From October 21st to 30th, a spooky cave tour with Cavewoman every day at 11am.

Their fossil and gem digs are very popular and for Halloween there is a terribly fun program for everyone to enjoy.

There is also a costume Halloween party from 5pm to 6pm every day during the semester.

Pumpkins are popping up all over Ripon and you are invited to find them for a chance to win one of three cash prizes.

There is also a series of free magic shows at the Curzon Cinema with prizes for the most mesmerizing outfit.

You can pick up a gourd hunting trail brochure at the library, cathedral, tourist information center or by downloading it from the Ripon BID website.

Mercer Gallery: Family Art Workshops

Get creative during half term at one of the family’s art workshops at the Mercer Art Gallery in Harrogate.

Discover techniques such as decoupage, collage and illustration where children create their own works of art to take home.

The workshop is suitable for children of all ages and costs just £3 per child.

Deadliest plants and bugs at RHS Harlow Carr

This semester, visit the RHS Garden Harlow Carr and discover the clever creepy-crawlies and super-smart plants that fight back.

With lots of fun hands-on activities for the whole family, find out how plants and insects from cacti to centipedes use fangs, spines, spines and slime to defend themselves and their habitats.

Halftime Halloween Activities at Harrogate Library

There are many spooky activities to get involved in at Harrogate Library during half term, including a family treasure hunt, a brick or acid Lego workshop, spooky junk modeling and more.

Activities start at just £2, with most of them being free.

Email Harrogate Library for more information [email protected] or call 01609 536658.

Are you hosting an event this October semester? Let us know by email [email protected]

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Tester speaks at Helena City Hall on veteran health, elections and OPEC – Daily Montanan https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/tester-speaks-at-helena-city-hall-on-veteran-health-elections-and-opec-daily-montanan/ Sat, 15 Oct 2022 01:52:30 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/tester-speaks-at-helena-city-hall-on-veteran-health-elections-and-opec-daily-montanan/ Thirteen-year-old Bode Doud skipped school on Friday to question US Senator Jon Tester on the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and President Joe Biden reconsidering the nation’s relationship with Saudi Arabia. The seventh year asked for Tester’s opinion the matter during a town hall in Helena, the senator’s second in-person town hall since […]]]>

Thirteen-year-old Bode Doud skipped school on Friday to question US Senator Jon Tester on the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and President Joe Biden reconsidering the nation’s relationship with Saudi Arabia.

The seventh year asked for Tester’s opinion the matter during a town hall in Helena, the senator’s second in-person town hall since the COVID-19 pandemic. Lines of attendees filled the student center at Montana State University’s Helena College.

The senator responded to Doud’s question that OPEC set what he paid for gasoline throughout his adult life. Tester said the way to minimize OPEC is to get as much affordable energy as possible, from petroleum to renewables.

The senator answered 20 questions in a public forum, which criticized Tester’s Republican congressional colleagues for not hosting.

A participant asked about the infrastructure investment and employment law that was signed last November.

“Your fellow senators and lawmakers, especially in the West, who didn’t support it but are now happy to get it, what do you tell them?” asked the participant.

“Shame, shame, shame,” Tester said with a smile.

Tester spoke about the long negotiations that took place across the aisle to get the $1.2 trillion invoice passed.

“If we don’t start investing in infrastructure, how do we expect our economy to keep growing?” Tester said. “As for the credit, you know, maybe that’s all they need to be credited for.”

There were several questions about veteran health care since Tester is the chair of the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs.

One attendee said bureaucracy stands in the way of veterans receiving physical therapy and audiology as expansion efforts to locations across the state have been hampered, he said, by the suspension of room rentals.

Tester said that Dr. Shereef Elnahal would visit the area in November and that this would be a topic for discussion.

“These people have served this country and should receive physical therapy and hearing skills as part of the deal,” Tester said.

Another question for the Senator related to the crisis in Montana’s long-term care facilities and what Tester could do to help.

“Reimbursement rates for Medicaid do not appear to be consistent with nursing home requirements,” said the participant. “Some families now have to travel 200 miles to see their loved ones.”

Because Medicaid is administered by the state, the tester recommended advocacy on the issue during the upcoming session.

“Once they close, the chances of them reopening are slim and so it’s important that we do everything we can to keep them open,” Tester said.

The final question of the afternoon centered on whether Tester supports ranked voting and electoral college changes, with the respondent speaking of a “broken system” with a “two-party monopoly” with “dark money” influences.

Tester said that with today’s technology it would be possible to go by popular vote, but that the electoral college system still had advantages. He said he wasn’t sure about the precedence vote but cited independent Gary Buchanan as an example of someone in the state challenging the two-party system.

Tester said he didn’t think there was a dark money ban bill he didn’t vote for.

“I think it’s a scourge. I think all that money goes into campaigns, look at that last Senate race and it was over $100 million,” Tester said. “Let’s do something functional with it.”

A woman in the audience who said she worked with Montana Women Vote and League of Women Voters Helena said she did not see the Montana Secretary of State’s office release voter registration information the same day after the matter went to court A bill signed into law last year to stop the practice was recently found unconstitutional.

The tester said that there should be a public notice on the matter and that citizens should be registered.

“That’s what this country is about,” Tester said. “Rich, poor, it doesn’t matter what color your skin is, if you’re a citizen, vote.”

That form To register to vote, see the Secretary of State’s website.

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Evansville Thunderbolts are hosting Easterseals Giveback on October 22nd https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/evansville-thunderbolts-are-hosting-easterseals-giveback-on-october-22nd/ Mon, 10 Oct 2022 19:16:51 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/evansville-thunderbolts-are-hosting-easterseals-giveback-on-october-22nd/ The hockey season returns to the Ford Center when the Evansville Thunderbolts begin their trek to a Southern Professional Hockey League championship on Saturday, October 22 by hosting the Ice Bears of Knoxville, Tenn. The game will not only be the season and home opener for the team and give you a chance to watch […]]]>

The hockey season returns to the Ford Center when the Evansville Thunderbolts begin their trek to a Southern Professional Hockey League championship on Saturday, October 22 by hosting the Ice Bears of Knoxville, Tenn. The game will not only be the season and home opener for the team and give you a chance to watch the fast-paced, non-stop action of professional ice hockey, but also an opportunity for you to give back to the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center.

Evansville Thunderbolts Hold Easter Seal Giveback During Season Opener

The game offers several ways you can help Easterseals continue to provide therapy and other services to children and adults with disabilities across the Tri-States:

1. Special “Gate Zone” tickets

A seat behind one of the gates has been designated the Easterseals gate zone and offers $12 adult tickets and $10 child tickets for each child between the ages of 2 and 12. Not only is this $4.00 cheaper than the regular price for tickets in this section, but the Thunderbolts also donate $5.00 from every ticket sold in the zone to the rehabilitation center.

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2. Chuck a puck

One of the most popular games that takes place between periods is chuck-a-puck. In case you haven’t seen it yourself, fans buy numbered foam rubber pucks in the concourse of the stadium before or during the first half of the game. The team’s representatives then draw several banners onto the ice, each representing a different prize up for grabs. On cue from the stadium announcer, fans across the stadium who have purchased a puck throw it onto the ice in hopes that it will land on one of the banners to win the prize associated with that banner. As someone who has had the opportunity to be on the ice during the game, I can tell you that standing there with hundreds of colored pucks raining down all around you is quite a sight.

Easterseals representatives will be in the arena selling the pucks at a specially designated kiosk in front of the “Chuck” section, with all proceeds from the sale going directly to the rehab center.

Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center via Facebook

Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center via Facebook

Tickets for the special “Goal Zone” are available now from Easterseals website.

30 Famous People You May Not Know Were College Athletes

forklift dug deep to find 30 celebrities who used to be college athletes. There are musicians, politicians, actors, writers and reality TV stars. For some, an athletic career was a real, promising opportunity that ultimately faded due to injury or another calling. Others scraped themselves into a team and just played for fun and the love of the sport. Read on to find out if your favorite actor, singer or politician once wore a college jersey.
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East End Food Institute is sizzling, pie season is heating up and more https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/east-end-food-institute-is-sizzling-pie-season-is-heating-up-and-more/ Sat, 08 Oct 2022 15:00:08 +0000 https://newhostgatorcoupon.com/east-end-food-institute-is-sizzling-pie-season-is-heating-up-and-more/ Meet the East End Food Institute’s Food Hub, the Hamptons International Film Festival is here, Taste of Long Island on YouTube, local deals and more East End ‘Food Lakes’ bites. That East End Food Institute supports, promotes and endorses local food producers. At a special event hosted by Nick and Toni two weeks ago, Executive […]]]>

Meet the East End Food Institute’s Food Hub, the Hamptons International Film Festival is here, Taste of Long Island on YouTube, local deals and more East End ‘Food Lakes’ bites.

That East End Food Institute supports, promotes and endorses local food producers. At a special event hosted by Nick and Toni two weeks ago, Executive Director Kate Fullam announced that the institute aims to “revolutionize” the way residents in the area get food while helping local farmers and producers. According to Fullam, the East End Food Hub will “diversify revenue streams for farmers while ensuring there is healthy, hope-fresh food for everyone in need”.

The center will be located at the former Homeside Garden and Florist location in Riverhead, and an indoor farmers’ market will be held every Friday night through October. In addition to delivering food to schools, nursing homes and other places in need, farmers and local producers can also process and manufacture their own goods, including frozen foods.

Fullam hopes to build a larger processing plant on site as well as a farm to freezer in the future. If we’ve learned anything from the pandemic, it should be how much chaos is wreaked when the global supply chain is disrupted. Strengthening local food systems is paramount, and the East End Food Institute deserves all the credit.

The 1770 house in East Hampton.Photo: Courtesy the 1770 House

Rendezvous with history The house from 1770 in Eastampton. Originally built as the home of William Fithian in 1663, the house was not converted into an inn until 1770 and gained a reputation for excellent hospitality. 1770 House is offering a $59 fixed price dinner for the fall, along with the return of its tavern and grab-and-go menus. The special menu can be ordered in the dining room, on the terrace or in the tavern and includes dishes such as pasta with clams, sausage and pea sprouts, halibut with vegetables, swordfish with cherry tomato crudo and Tuscan kale, Montauk Fluke tartare and grass-fed roast beef with squash -Tomato gratin and romesco sauce. The restaurant is open every evening at 5:30 p.m

The early bird gets the deal Manna at the Lobster Inn in Southampton! Dine weekdays beginning October 1 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and enjoy the 3-course fixed price offer for $29. Choose from signature appetizers such as homemade chowder, baked mussels, or crispy squid, followed by delicious appetizers of beer-battered cod sandwich, clam pot pie, or spicy Thai mussel curry. Available Monday through Friday except Wednesday when they are closed.

That Hamptons International Film Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary this fall with an exciting series of feature films, documentaries, short films and film-related events. Rowdy Hall, just yards from the East Hampton Regal Movie Theater, will host casual talks with accomplished filmmakers in its restaurant over the first weekend of the festival. On Saturday, October 8th, the directors will present the indie favorite 2022 Everything everywhere at once will spoil the guests.

On Sunday, October 9th, a dynamic group of dedicated documentary filmmakers will discuss how their work can help ensure that multiple voices are heard in America’s democracy.

Finally, on Monday October 10th, you can spend your morning with Chris Columbus, the director of classics like Home Alone, Mrs. Doubtfire, The Goonies and several entries in the Harry Potter Franchise. The lectures are first come, first served with no admission fee and start at 10am. Don’t leave Kevin at home alone for this!

If you’re looking for some cool food content, check it out Taste of Long Island Youtube channel. Marina Putova, the creator and presenter of the young show, tours the The American Hotel in Sag Harbor in its premiere episode. The iconic home dates back to the American Revolution, with Putova allowing viewers to go behind the scenes as they explore the restaurant’s award-winning wine cellar, dining rooms and upstairs living space. Taste of Long Island also cooperates with Restaurant week on Long Island participating restaurants this fall. The videos will be released at the end of October before the start of the week of action on Sunday 6th November.

Did you know?: That Astro’s Pizza serves a mean vegan cake! Made with tomato sauce, cremini mushrooms, rosemary, red onion and Castelvetrano olives, it’s an unfailing way to satisfy your cravings without feeling guilty afterwards!… This Amber Waves offers fall classes for children, including a fall farmer class for toddlers on Mondays, a young farmer cookery class on Wednesdays, and an exploration garden every Saturday. Classes for adults include a pickling and canning workshop, a hot pepper class and a fall dahlia dig.

Bites & Bites: October means playoff baseball, and this postseason we have not one but two competitive ball clubs in New York. One of our favorite places to watch games is the clubhouse, which boasts 25 screens and serves happy hour every Thursday and Friday from 3pm to 6pm. Will we have a Subway World Series? Turn on!…

NoFo Pot Pies
NoFo Pot Pies

Sometimes all you need is home cooking to lift your spirits. NoFo Pot Pies Serves Chicken, Vegetarian, and Turkey Pot Pies, as well as Shepherd’s Pie, Jambalaya Pie, and Lobster Pot Pie. All knockouts. The cakes can be bought at Share the harvest farm in EastHampton, Tranquil Green in Sag Harbor and other places. Options may vary, so inquire about availability…

Heading to Greenport? anchor was recently honored Newsday List of the 100 Best Restaurants on Long Island! It offers one of the best harbor views in Greenport from its second-story patio, and the menu reflects the day’s catch and the weekly harvest. Standout entrees include the hickory smoked lamb breast, swordfish bone marrow and grilled whole lobster. Clean flavors.

food quote: “The pumpkin is the big brother of the apple.” -Corina Abdudalhm Negura

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