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Westbrook native Marc Macisso, left, will appear with British folk musician-songwriter Al Stewart in a concert on Oct. 18 at Aura in Portland. Stewart gained fame for his hit recording “Year of the Cat.” Macisso is the brother of Westbrook musician Jimmy Macisso.

Seniors to meet

Westbrook Senior Citizens will be served a meal when they meet at noon on Monday, Oct. 15, at the Westbrook Community Center, 426 Bridge St.

The baked haddock dinner includes potatoes, carrots and lemon meringue pie.

Tom Dhyrberg will provide the entertainment. “He’s our hometown favorite,” said Ann McAlpine, spokeswoman for the seniors.

The seniors will travel to Indian Head in Lincoln, New Hampshire, on Sunday, Dec. 2, to see a Christmas show and a few seats are still available, McAlpine said. For more information, call 854-2705.

Bowler to address GFWC

Wendy Bowler, vice president of GFWC Maine, will speak about her trip to Cyprus at a GFWC Westbrook meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Westbrook-Warren Congregational Church, 810 Main St.

Bowler’s presentation will follow an Italian luncheon at noon and a business meeting at 1 p.m. ¬†All women are invited to attend.

Poetry series

The Lowry’s Lodge poetry series continues at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at Continuum for Creativity, 863 Main St., Westbrook.

Featured poets are Linda Aldrich and Mary Snell. Hosts are Anna Wrobel and Jim Donnelly.

The suggested donation is $4 and light fare will be served.