Halloween Trail of Terror to be held Oct. 15

UNION — The Friends of Union Fair will sponsor its annual Halloween Trail of Terror on the last three Fridays and Saturdays of October (Oct. 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 and 30).

The trail is an after-dark, outdoors, walking event through the barns and around the grounds of the Union Fairground, just off Route 17 at 150 Fairgrounds Lane.

It will be open from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. each night. The cost is $10 per person, cash only. After the scare, refreshments will be available, courtesy of the Warren Odd Fellows, with proceeds going to various charities. This event is recommended for adults and children 12 and older. Younger children must be escorted by an adult.

For more information, email vendor@unionfair.org or call 470-7401. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/UFTrailofTerror, or at unionfair.org/trail-of-terror.

Create a scarecrow at the Rockland Public Library Oct. 18 to Nov. 5

ROCKLAND — Using a premade scarecrow frame, individuals and families are invited to create a scarecrow, which will be featured on the library property.

Frames can be picked up now, and finished sculptures must be dropped off at the library by Monday, Oct. 18, but can by dropped off as soon as they are completed. Supplies are limited.

Email Patty at pking@rocklandmaine.gov for more details. Presented in conjunction with Rockland Main Street’s Scarecrow Days. Be sure to check out scarecrows along Main Street and the Library property from Oct. 18 through Nov. 5.

The library is located at 80 Union St., Rockland. For more information, call 594-0310.

Do you enjoy Halloween? Need a good scare? So do we.

Bullying awareness and prevention class offered Oct. 19

VIRTUAL — Associate Vice President Chris McLaughlin at Northern Light Acadia Hospital will present a virtual class on bullying awareness and how to prevent further incidents. This event will be held Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Using the Acadia CARES video and curriculum, this workshop will explore warning signs of bullying (both those being bullied and those actively bullying others) and how families can successfully team with schools to put an end to this destructive behavior.

Methodist church to offer take-out Italian supper Oct. 22

UNION — The People’s United Methodist Church in Union will offer another take out supper Oct. 22. The church used take out suppers as a way to replace traditional fundraisers that have been affected by COVID-19 restrictions.

The October menu will have chicken parmesan with pasta and sauce, Caesar salad, homemade focaccia bread and homemade biscotti. All food is prepared in a clean and sanitized setting by masked and gloved volunteers.

Tickets are $16 per meal and must be purchased in advance by calling Joyce at 785-2651. The deadline to order a meal is Tuesday, Oct. 19.

Meals can be picked up at the church drive-through Oct. 22 between 5 and 6 p.m. Signs at the church will direct traffic and with people to guide vehicles. The church is located at 21 Depot St. in Union.

All proceeds from ticket sales are used to support and benefit the church and its work in the community.