Haunted Hayride & Spooky Forest Walk


Every Friday & Saturday Night in October Ticket Price is $18 per person – Free Parking

$5 discount for a non perishable donation to the Worcester County Food Bank

Tickets sales open at 6PM and end at 10:30PM.  Ticket price includes hayride and haunted forest.   Group discounts available for 20 or more.

Start: 6:00p, End: 10:30

Event Location: 531 Roachdale Street Auburn, MA

Event Cost: $18.00 Per person $13.00 with a food donation

Phone #: (508) 832-2211

Auburn Elks William Emmett Veterans Luncheon

Auburn/Webster Lodge of Elks 754 Southbridge Street, Auburn, MA will hold its William Emmett Veterans Luncheon Sunday, November 2nd at 1:00pm.  Tickets $5.00.

Veterans only can receive a refund of the ticket price upon arrival or donate refund and proceeds will be donated to a Veteran related program.  Meatloaf Dinner. Guest Speakers – Project New Hope & Quilts of Valor.  Entertainment -A Boy Named Sue,  Johnny Cash tribute band.   Cell Phones for Soldiers – bring your old cellphones to this event or to the Lodge during the month of November and they will be donated to this program

“For as long as there are Veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them”

For more info, contact: bktbird@gmail.com

Senior Center Fall Fling



Troop 101 Bottle and Can and Food Drive

Auburn Boy Scout Troop 101 will be starting a Scouting for Food drive on Saturday, Nov  1 as well as a Bottle and Can Drive to help support Auburn Historical Society.  The troop will be at the Auburn Fire Station Saturday, Nov 1. from 9AM-1PM to accept your donated food for a local food pantry, as well as returnable beverage containers to help support the Auburn Historical Society.  If you have a larger donation of either and you would like a pickup, please call Mike 508-769-7405, or Paul 774-633-4453.  The troop thanks you for all contributions.


Author Book Discussion – ‘Somewhere in the Western Pacific’

Auburn Public Library invites the greater Auburn community to discussion of local author Marie Sturdevant’s latest book, “Somewhere in the Western Pacific”. Ms. Sturdevant compiled letters that her WWII veteran father wrote during the time he served in the US Army Air Corps. St. Sven Louis Sandstrom was “an ordinary man living in extraordinary times.”

Auburn Public Library
369 Southbridge St. Auburn, MANov. 3, 2014

Senator Mike Moore Annual Senior Turkey Dinner