SANDWICH — Join the Appalachian Mountain Teen Project on Thanksgiving Day for a 5k run or 2.5k walk at the Sandwich Fire Station, located at 23 Wentworth Hill Road.
Take some time to get out and move while supporting a local, community based, grass-roots program that works collaboratively with youth, parents, educators and community members to strengthen self-esteem, foster resilience, enrich opportunities, and develop stable, secure relationships in the lives of young people who face difficult life circumstances. 100 percent of proceeds will benefit The Appalachian Mountain Teen Project.
Last Updated on Monday, 25 November 2013 08:41
SANBORNTON — On Saturday December 7, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Sanbornton Historical Society (SHS) will present their annual Christmas Wreath Sale & Craft Fair at the Lane Tavern.
Proceeds from the Christmas Wreath & Craft Fair go to the continuing maintenance of the historic Lane Tavern and other SHS projects. The
quality and variety of our gifts and crafts and the unique ambiance of the Lane Tavern contribute to the continued success of this fair and
Christmas wreaths are premium double-faced, thickly fashioned, handcrafted, and range in price from $12 to $42. They have double needled balsam tips and are locally made from the freshest greens. Wreaths are decorated with weather resistant red velvet bows. The wreaths
can be pre-ordered; payment with the order is appreciated. Order from Dave Witham, 286-9590 or by downloading a form on lanetavern.org.
The Lane Tavern gift shop will be open and there is a raffle for door prizes.
Local artisans will be selling paintings; hand sewn fabric and knit goods;honey and maple products; unique herbs & spices; jams & preserves; cookies; goat milk soaps; wooden toys; handcrafted paper; both new & estate jewelry, and much more. Prospective vendors may contact Vicki Abbott, 630-1380 regarding a table.
The Lane Tavern will feature a cookie walk with home baked goods. Free coffee and hot mulled cider is available. Lunch can be purchased for a
Last Updated on Friday, 22 November 2013 10:51
MEREDITH — To celebrate a successful 2013 summer lecture series and museum displays, the Meredith Historical Society will hold its annual Members Christmas Luncheon on Tuesday, December 3.
All members and guests are invited to gather at noon at Mame's Restaurant on Main Street, Meredith. Choose from the following three menu items: Apple Walnut Salad with Goat Cheese & Chicken, Apple Brie Turkey Melt on Focaccia Roll or Haddock on Risotto with Vegetables. Dessert is also included for a total cost of $18.
RSVP by November 29 to 524-6586 with meal choice and the number attending. Need a ride? Let us know when making reservations. The next scheduled meeting will be April 1, 2014, when the Meredith Historical Society will tour the Belknap Mill in Laconia.
Last Updated on Friday, 22 November 2013 10:28
GILFORD — Tioga River Water Company is offering its customers located in the Gilford Village Water District and the Tioga River Water Company service area free WaterSense labeled showerheads as a way to save resources by showering better.
By replacing a showerhead with a WaterSense labeled model, the average family can reduce its annual energy and water costs by more than $70 and save 2,900 gallons of water per year—the amount of water it takes to wash more than 70 loads of loads of laundry and save the energy it takes to power a home for 13 days.
''We all have a vested interest in saving water. Using less water helps to ensure enough water for the future and can delay the need to develop new sources a water,'' said Norman Harris, III, water system operator.
Last Updated on Friday, 22 November 2013 10:15
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