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Proctor Place 10.6

The Proctor Town Clerk would like to remind all residents that the sewer tax is due October 15.

The Proctor Free Library is holding International Observe the Moon night (InOMN) on Saturday, October 8 from 7:30pm-8:45pm. InOMN is a worldwide celebration of the Moon. The library is excited to unveil their new InOMN moon viewing kit funded by NASA. Kids and adults will learn about the moon, observe it and enjoy out of this world refreshments. For more information you can call 459-3539 or email proctor_free@vals.state.vt.us.

This Wednesday, the Proctor Elementary School (PES) Peer Leadership Group is encouraging all students and staff to participate in the International Walk to School Day. Students and teachers can meet at the park gazebo at 7:45am. They are hoping for a huge turnout to support this day.

PES is going to be the place to get your yoga on. The elementary school has offered Yoga/Prana/Shakti space to teach a mid-week yoga class. All levels will be welcomed. The classes start Wednesday October 5th from 5:15-6:30pm. You will need to bring your own mat and any other props you might need depending on your ability level. There is a fee.

Here are some important PES dates to remember: On October 6th, Tapestry is taking their apple picking field trip and on the 7th they will be holding their family night from 5:30-7:30pm. Grades 3-6 will be NECAP tested from October 10-14. There is no school on October 21 due to an RCSU inservice day.

The Proctor high school classes of 2012 & 2013 are selling their annual discount cards. Help support these classes by purchasing your $10 card that can be used through September 2012. If you're interested in purchasing a card please call Cathy Petrini at 459-3557 or email her at cathy.petrini@cvps.com.

The Wilson Castle has a few October activities you don't want to miss. The finale of Murder Mysteries Live will take place on Friday, October 14, from 6:30-10:30pm. Your entrance fee will get you exclusive access to the castle, an intriguing mystery to solve, and food. They will be having their haunted castle tours for four nights. Family nights are October 21 & 22 from 7-10pm. This is rated PG so all ages are invited. On October 28 & 29 they will hold fright nights from 7-11pm. This is scary and rated PG-13. No kids on this tour, please. Tours are rain or shine. If you would like to volunteer, give them a call at 802-773-3284.

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