QUICK TAKES: Nov. 8, 2017

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Go! magazine sets new deadline for Thursday event submissions

Due to paper delivery changes that affect some subscribers, Go! magazine is moving up the event submission deadline for events happening on Thursdays. This will ensure all subscribers have a chance to learn about upcoming events with plenty of time to plan accordingly.

If your event is happening on a Thursday, the details need to be submitted two weeks in advance so the event can be published one week in advance. This is already the deadline schedule for Wednesday events.

Events happening on Fridays or later will remain on the current deadline a full week prior to publication.

‘The Sword in the Stone’ presented Friday

BAKER CITY — At 10 a.m.  Nov. 10, the Traveling Lantern Company will present “The Sword in the Stone” at the Baker County Library, 2400 Resort St., Baker City.

The story follows Young Wart, who meets an old sorcerer named Merlin. With Merlin’s guidance, the young man discovers that he is the only one who can pull the sword named Excalibur from the stone — and he will grow up to be the legendary Arthur.

Terminal Gravity hosts Sista Otis Nov. 13

ENTERPRISE — Sista Otis cut her teeth as a traveling street kid musician, writing and performing her own songs for pocket change, according to the biography on www.reverbnation.com. The musician is now a national touring artist, and she’ll be performing at 7 p.m. Nov. 13 at Terminal Gravity, 803 School St., Enterprise.

Soup-er bingo raises funds for Joseph Library

JOSEPH — Enjoy a variety of home-cooked soups and lively bingo between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 19. All ages are welcome.

Bottomless bowls of soup, salad and bread cost $10 per person or $25 per family of three or more. There is a children’s discount.

Locally made bowls cost $10  and bingo cards cost $1.

There will also be gift baskets available for raffle. Raffle tickets cost $5 each or $20 for five tickets. The raffle drawing will be held at 7 p.m. Winners must be present.

All proceeds will benefit the Joseph Public Library expansion fundraiser.

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