Been a busy week thus the lack of posts. Hope to pick things back up next week.
On the site this week:
- Throwback Tuesday revisited Dave Dwinell's chat about Millbury and professional wrestling.
- Scenes From the Second Parish took a few trips around the rotary.
In other news...
- There was a fire yesterday at Wyman Gordon, with limited information beyond that. Mutual aid services from Sutton and Grafton were engaged, along with word of explosions. (Daily Voice, NBC10 Boston, Telegram and Gazette)
- Rocco's Doughnut Company continues its efforts to dominate the New England pastry landscape with a popup planned in Salem, Massachusetts in November. (Patch)
- Early voting begins at Millbury Town Hall tomorrow; if you intend on attending any upcoming meetings that are normally held in the large meeting room, check where that will be relocated. (Town of Millbury)
- Memphis Sun Mafia have an afternoon slot at the St. Charles.
- The Freedom Quilters of Millbury are holding a Craft Fair tonight at the Minney VFW Post, beginning at 5:00pm.
- After you buy some crafts, go see RearView Mirror at the St. Charles, starting at 8:00pm.
- Tomorrow, Millbury Credit Union hosts a trunk or treat beginning at 9:00am.
- There is also a bake sale in support of Willy's Kitty Angels Rescue at Goretti's tomorrow morning.
- The Historical Society Museum at Asa Waters Mansion will be open from 9:30am-12:00pm tomorrow as well.
- Dave Dwinell of Millbury and of WWF fame will appear at Asa Waters Mansion to discuss his book Ringman, sponsored by the Friends of the Millbury Public Library. That event begins at noon.
- Also at noon tomorrow, a series of short films at the Elm Draught House Cinema, headlined by the horror short Amityville: The People of New York vs Ronald J DeFeo Jr.
- Finally, if you aren't worn out by the day's festivities, there are comedy shows at Penny Pinchers at 7:00 and 9:00pm tomorrow night.
- Life in 3D will be at Cafe at the Mill Sunday at 2:30pm.
- Friday at the Millbury Public Library is the annual Halloween Story Time and Parade, starting at 10:30 a.m.
- Bêlit at the St. Charles next Friday, October 28. Includes a costume party.
- Ross King and Jen Aldana at Cafe on the Mill next Friday, as well.