Local Calendar

EDITOR’S NOTE: Cal­endar items are submit­ted by readers and are only lightly edited.

DEADLINE

The deadline for submit­ting items to the Hollis Brook­line Journal is 5 p.m. Friday. Please send your items to neighbors@nashuatelegraph. com at least two weeks prior to the event.

BROOKLINE

CLASSES

ANDRES INSTITUTE OF ART

On Aug. 15 and 22, the in­stitute will hold a 3-D printing workshop. Representatives from CAPINC, New England dealer for Stratasys 3-D print­ers, will facilitate this two-part event. Preregistration is required. Participants will receive informational packets at the time of registration. Information: andresinstitute. org.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

BROOKLINE LIONS’ BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE

The Brookline Lions Club will hold a back-to-school supply drive to benefit Brookline students and to be distributed through the food pantry. Collection will be held through Sept. 5. There will be collection boxes at the Brookline Post Office, public library and general store. New, unused items needed are: Binders (1.5-inch, 2-inch, 3-inch), dividers (5 tab and 8 tab), two-pocket folders, subject notebooks (1, 2 and 3), composition notebooks, index cards, Post-it Notes, fill­er paper, pens, No. 2 pencils, highlighter markers, erasers, pencil sharpeners, staplers, calculators, pencil boxes or pouches and thumb/USB flash drives; for the middle and high school lockers, locker organizer shelves; and backpacks to carry all suggested items. Information: 769-0732 or kthomp0909@ aol.com.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL FOR ADULTS/TEENS

Hollis/Brookline Beach Vol­leyball hosts adult and teen open play twice each week at the sand courts at the Brook­line Ball Park. Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for players with full knowledge of rules and intermediate to advanced skills in serving, passing, setting, spiking and blocking; Fridays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for people with no training, picnic players and novices. $4/adults; $3/students; $8/ families.

WEDDING AND BRIDAL SHOW­CASE VENDORS SOUGHT

The Brookline Economic Development Committee, in partnership with the Brook­line Event Center, is hosting Brookline’s first Wedding & Bridal Showcase, inviting all wedding professionals from New Hampshire and Massa­chusetts to participate. Regis­tration is open for the Oct. 3 event. Information: brookline. nh.us/economic-development-committee.

ONGOING

BINGO FOR ART

Bingo is offered at 6:45 p.m. Thursdays and 11 a.m. Sundays at Big Bear Lodge, 106 Route 13. Proceeds bene­fit the Andres Institute of Art. Information: 672-7675.

BROOKLINE WOMEN’S CLUB

The Brookline Women’s Club meets at 7:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month from September-June at Brusch Hall, at the rear of the Brookline Chapel, Main Street. New members are always welcome. Open to any woman interested in the pro­motion of fellowship among women through community service and social activities.

HOLLIS

BLOOD DRIVES

The American Red Cross will hold these blood drives. For more information or to reserve a time, call 1-800-733- 2767 or visit www. redcrossblood.org.

FAMILIES

FREE CHILD CHECK SCREEN­INGS

Free monthly child check screenings are available for all Hollis children 2.5 to 5 years at Hollis Primary School. If you have concerns about your child’s vision, hearing, speech, coordination or de­velopment, you may wish to have your child screened by preschool educators and spe­cialists at a child check. Infor­mation: tinyurl.com/k8229d4. Appointments: Paula Izbicki at 324-5995, ext. 5968.

BEAVER BROOK ASSOCIATION

CLASSES AND EVENTS

These events will be offered by the Beaver Brook Association. Registration required unless otherwise noted. 465-7787, www.bea­verbrook.org. Fees are listed as nonmember/member.

Beaver Brook summer camps are offered through Aug. 14 for students ages 4-16. All classes have unique themes and expose children to a wide variety of natural places. Children will be ex­ploring, learning and playing or creating outside – building forts in the forest, catching frogs, taking pictures, hiking, drawing, going on field trips, learning survival skills, gardening or other outdoor fun. New offerings include Camp Cuisine, A Week in the Woods, Forest Village, Outdoor Explorers and Frogs, Turtles, Snakes, Oh My! Forest Freetime is 3-6 p.m. Mon­day-Friday, following each camp session. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Register in advance. $75/week.

HERBALISM SERIES

Series of workshops held 6-9 p.m. $18/$20 each; $50/$55 for three workshops.

Aug. 20: Keep Calm & Carry Herbs.

Aug. 27: Energizing Caf­feine-free Herbal Alternatives.

ONGOING

HOLLIS ARTS SOCIETY

Visual and performing artists are invited to the Hollis Arts Society meetings at 7 p.m. on the second Wednes­day of the month at Lawrence Barn, 29 Depot Road. Meet­ings begin with a 45-minute professional development program followed by the business meeting. Informa­tion: Linda Bard, president, 1-978-443-9121.

HOLLIS ARTS SOCIETY EXHIBITS

The Hollis Arts Society, working with the Community Council in Nashua, has use of the large conference room for a space called the Gallery at West Pearl. The gallery will remain open from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday unless meetings are in progress in the room. Art will be available for purchase through the gallery manager. Information: Sarah Roche, Hollis Arts Society, gallery manager, at 759-2516 or 882- 0879.

CALLING ALL PERFORMING ARTISTS

The Guild of Performing Arts is a newly forming part of the Hollis Arts Society that seeks to include artists from all aspects of performance to promote our art through performance and education. All welcome. Information: Pat Hurd, president, 882-1503, PHurd1503@aol.com.

HOLLIS HISTORICAL SOCIETY SUMMER EVENTS

The Historical Society will hold an Attic Treasures Yard Sale from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on the first and third Saturday of the month, through Oct. 17, in the Ice House behind the Wheeler House at 20 Main St.

The Always Ready Engine House on Main Street will from 1-4 p.m. on the first and third Sunday of the month, through Oct. 18. Featured ex­hibits are "Farming in Hollis, the permanent Veterans Wall, our mid-19th century horse-drawn hearse and the antique Always Ready Fire Engine and equipment. On the lower level in the spooky basement is the old jail, photos of past police chiefs and the huge old Hollis town safes.

The Wheeler House Muse­um is open 1-4 p.m. on the first and third Sunday, June through October, and 1-4 p.m. Mondays and Wednes­days throughout the year. Learn about the history of Hollis and it’s early settlers and for genealogy research.

The Pine Hill School House on Ranger Road, an original one-room schoolhouse, will be open 1-4 p.m. on the first Sunday of the month, June through October.

HOLLIS SENIORS

The Hollis Seniors Group welcomes new members older than 55. They meet every Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Lawrence Barn, 28 Depot Road. A low-impact exercise class is held from 10-11 a.m. for anyone wanting to come early. You may bring your own lunch or pre-order from Meals on Wheels for $2 by calling the number listed below. They have guest speakers and offer a blood pressure screening at the first meeting of each month. Information: Donna Wardlow, 673-6415.

HOLLIS VFW MEETING

The VFW meets the third Sunday of the month. From April-September, meetings begin at 7 p.m. at the Brook­line American Legion Post home; from October-March, meetings are at 2 p.m. at Hollis Town Hall. To join or for information: Visit www. hollisvfw.org or call one of the officers, Post Cmdr. Jim Belanger at 465-2301 or Sr. Vice Cmdr. Andy Seremeth at 880-8685.

SOUTHERN NH MONEY CLUB

The Southern NH Mon­ey Club is a free nonprofit women’s financial education group open to anyone. It meets 6:30-8:30 p.m. the last Tuesday of the month at Charles Schwab, 2 Cellu Drive, Nashua. A broad range of personal financial topics are covered, including in­vestments, money’s effect on relationships, Social Security, credit, retirement strate­gies and more. Information: mmurphy1030@hotmail. com.