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    Multiple dates from Tuesday, August 29th to Tuesday, December 24th

    Event Summary

    Join fellow board-game enthusiasts for some friendly games of Scrabble on Tuesday from 1:30 to 3:30pm in the library at the All Saints Episcopal Church in Wolfeboro. Players of all ability levels are welcome. For more information you can call 569-5196.

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    All Saints' Church
    258 South Main St.
    Wolfeboro
    03894

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    The event runs from 1:30pm to 3:30pm on the following dates.
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