Business Briefs, Oct. 7 edition

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Carolyn Spring hosts new Westborough Cable TV show

Local attorney Carolyn Spring is pleased to announce that she has a new show on Westborough Cable TV called “Law For Your Life.” Each show will discuss and provide information on a legal or financial topic. October's program is about having those difficult discussions with your older parents about driving, early signs of memory loss, safety in the home, and related issues. The guest is Laurie Bender, RN, CCNS, from Home Instead Senior Care in Northborough. The show is also available online at www.westboroughtv.org (click on “public channel”). If you would like to suggest a topic or have questions, contact Carolyn Spring at www.cspringlaw.com.

 

 

 

Culinary Underground presents Couples Night: American Oktoberfest Oct. 15

Grab your liebchen and book a date night Saturday, Oct. 15, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., with Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks in Southborough as they roll out Couples Night: American Oktoberfest. Recipes will include obatzde (Bavarian cheese spread), sauerbraten with herb spatzle and New England linzertorte. Cost is $150 per couple. To register or to find out more, visit www.culinaryunderground.com.

 

Pakachoag Music School and First Congregational Shrewsbury launch Shrewsbury Arts Alive

Harmonious, high quality arts education comes to Shrewsbury as Shrewsbury Arts Alive (SAA), launched by Pakachoag Music School and First Congregational Shrewsbury, provides children and grown-ups exceptional arts education built on Pakachoag's 30-year tradition of excellence in instruction and performance training. SAA offerings include after-school private music lessons, such as classical, Suzuki and adult instruction; Pakachoag's superb Music Together® early childhood classes, providing a foundation for life-long musical enjoyment and success; and visual and theater arts classes alongside a group music program. Additional offerings will become available over time. To find out more, visit www.pakmusic.org.