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Upcoming events at Westford’s Roudenbush Community Center

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“Grab a Glass,” a wine and craft beer tasting will be held Saturday, Oct 22, 7 p.m. at the Roudenbush Community Center in Westford.  Enjoy tastings and learn about wines and craft beers from local wineries and vendors including Craft Beer Cellar, Merrimack Ales, Aaronap Wines, WineNot Boutique, Lineage Wine Selection, Worldwide Wine of NE, Imported Grapes, LLC, Latitude Beverage Company and Kobrand Wine and Spirits. Experience tasty bites from Evviva Cucina, Rangoli Grill, Whole Foods, Hubba’s Real Pit BBQ, Cavedoni Balsamic, Concord Teacakes, Cabot Cheese and others.There will be games, drawings, and it will be a great night out! The cost is $45 per ticket, and the proceeds will benefit the center. Visit roudenbush.org to purchase tickets and for more information.

Bus Tour of Westford: 1 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, Hop on the RoudenBus, and as you travel off Westford’s main roads, you will learn about conservation and recreation spots in Westford, as well as the history of the town’s transformation from farm town to mill town to Westford today. The tour is led by Ellen Harde, 49 year resident and co-author of the League of Women Voters slide-tape history and book, “Westford, A Sense of Community.” Cost: $10/$7, students, $5.

Beginner Guitar: 630 to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 25. Learn the fundamentals of tuning and caring for your guitar, holding the pick, how to read chord diagrams and simple strum patterns.  You’ll learn 2 popular chords and will play 3 songs by the end of class.  Participants must bring their own guitar, fully stringed and tuned.  Cost: $38/$35.

Intuition 101: 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 1. The class will discuss the connection to brainwaves, the subconscious mind and mindfulness, followed by diving into everyday symbols as tools for feedback and inner guidance. Guided visualizations.  Participants need to wear comfortable clothing, bring a yoga mat, eye covering and pen and paper. Cost: $43/$40.

Doggie Fun Games Dog Training: 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27.  This class will test your dog’s training progress with engaging games. Each game is designed to test one or more skills in a seriously fun way, providing feedback to the owner or handler about what is working and where to concentrate future training efforts. Children and teens welcome, accompanied by an adult. Cost: $34/$31.

Basic Zumba 1 and 2: 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. Thursdays, Nov. 3 to Dec. 22, excluding Nov. 24. A mix of Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves crates an amazing fitness program.  Zumba promises to burn calories and energize the body. Cost: $93/$90.

Just Tamera and Me Ages 2.8 to 5 years, drop off class: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Wednesdays, Nov 2 to Nov. 30, excluding 11/23. The class will foster independence in a secure and loving environment before starting preschool or kindergarten with singing, making crafts, reading books and having fun. Two hour or new three hour sessions with “bring own lunch” option. $126/$123, 3 hours, $85/$82, 2 hours.

Find more information call (978) 692-5511, or visit roudenbush.org. The Roudenbush Community Center is located at 65 Main St., Westford.