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       Newsletter                                                       Volume 1 Issue 10

Halloween may be spooky, but this week's newsletter isn't!

Did you or your kids dress up as characters from a play/musical? Reply with your costume photos, and we'll be sure to share.

If you're at home watching scary movies, take a break to read Dustin K. Britt's (Chatham Life & Style) review of Arsenic and Old Lace, running through this weekend in the Sweet Bee Theater. Mortimer Brewster couldn't have said it better himself.

Read the Review

Arsenic and Old Lace

Photos by Larry Hazelwood

Saturday, November 2
 
4pm & 7pm
 
 
Sunday, November 3
 
2pm & 6pm
 
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Opening Art Reception - Keith Youtcheff

Join us as we showcase Keith Youtcheff's artwork this Sunday afternoon.

Come visit with Keith, view - and support - his art, and meet new people in the Great Room Gallery in the Center for the Arts, Pittsboro. The Sweet Bee Caffe will be open for business, and we're right off the street from Pittsboro First Sunday Artisan Fair & Market!
 

Pieces shown above:

1. Bricks & Window (Colored Pencil)
2. Blue Heron (Colored Pencil)
3. Boat Fender (Pencil)

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Chatham Community Band (Last Chance)

We are planning to have an interest meeting for the Chatham Community Band in early November. Adult musicians in the area are encouraged to join.

Please fill out this form ASAP so we can decide on a date and time.

Pittsboro Youth Theater Spotlight:

Cooper Karstaedt

Cooper is returning to the stage after being in Pittsboro Youth Theater's Aladdin summer camp. He is excited to be in the cast of Snow White (Spellbound)!

School:
Pittsboro Elementary

Favorite Play, Musical, or Performance:
Aladdin

Hidden Talent:
Playing the piano

Favorite CFTA Memory:
I loved being the Sultan in Aladdin. Being in plays is so much fun!
 

Catch Cooper in Snow White (Spellbound) at the Sweet Bee Theater.

4 performances November 23-24

Sweet Bee Caffé

Photo by David Bradley, Chatham News + Record

Barista Positions Available

Already a regular at Center for the Arts, like India Nycamp (pictured above)? Why not join our team?

 

Sweet Bee Caffé is hiring Baristas for multiple shifts in Pittsboro, NC.

Starting wage is $9 plus tips with raises based on performance.
 

Baristas

...are responsible for providing excellent service and consistent

counter POS cashiering, customer service and production of our

espresso and related hot and cold beverage menu. Slow times are filled

other tasks, so a good work ethic is a must.

 

We're Sweet Bee Caffé, so successful candidates must be sweet too. 

Expect a great working environment, flexible shifts and hours, excellent pay

commensurate with excellent performance, stability and security.

 

Baristas

...must have 1+ year(s) of successful recent experience making drinks on 

an espresso machine, 

...must be good at and enjoy working with people.

 

Ideal candidates will be upbeat, outgoing, and service oriented. Full

Time, Part Time, Weekdays and Saturday, Sunday, Morning, Afternoon and

Evening shifts available.
 

Serious candidates, please email a note with your introduction, recent experience and contact information to SweetBeeCaffe@gmail.com

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