HOLDERNESS — A free workshop covering the basics of hunting wild turkeys is being offered by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department on Saturday, April 19 from 9 a.m. to noon. at the Owl Brook Hunter Education Center at 387 Perch Pond Road.
"This workshop is highly recommended for anyone looking for tips and techniques that may help them become a successful turkey hunter; whether you are a beginner or an experienced turkey hunter, this session is a great resource," said Tom Flynn, manager of Fish and Game's Owl Brook Hunter Education Center.
At the workshop, Dave Priebe, a Hunter Education instructor and Quaker Boy Turkey Calls pro staff member, will cover the basics of turkey hunting, turkey calling and turkey hunting safety. Fish and Game wildlife biologist Ted Walski will talk about the natural history and behavior of wild turkeys.
New Hampshire's spring gobbler season runs from May 3 through May 31. The state's youth turkey hunting weekend will take place April 26-27, 2014. Hunting licenses and turkey permits can be purchased online at http://www.huntnh.com.
Pre-registration is required. Space is limited. To sign up for the workshop, or for more information, call 603-536-3954. To find out about course offerings at Fish and Game's Owl Brook Hunter Education Center, get directions to the center, or explore volunteer opportunities at Owl Brook, visit http://www.huntnh.com/Hunting/hunter_ed_center.htm.
Last Updated on Monday, 31 March 2014 10:08
CENTER HARBOR — Bayswater Book Co. of Center Harbor teams up with the Friends of the Moultonborough Library to kick off this season's Tea and Talk series with bestselling author Linda Greenlaw on Tuesday, April 29 at 12:30 p.m. at the Moultonborough Library. Greenlaw will be discussing her newest book, "Lifesaving Lessons." Tickets are $30, which includes the book price, tea & treats prepared by a guest chef.
The only female swordfish boat captain in the country and a survivor of the real Perfect Storm, Linda Greenlaw was not a woman to shy away from a challenge. "Lifesaving Lessons" tells the story of fifteen-year-old Mariah – the greatest force of nature Greenlaw had ever encountered. In this chronicle of becoming a mother to a troubled teenage daughter, Greenlaw battles the gale-force winds of life with a teenager, helps Mariah navigate a tremendously complex legal system, and learns what it means to be a mother to a girl for whom it really matters.
Linda Greenlaw is the author of three New York Times bestsellers: The Hungry Ocean, the Lobster Chronicles, and All Fishermen are Liars. She was the winner of the U. S. Maritime Literature Award in 2003, and the New England Book Award for nonfiction in 2004. Greenlaw was also featured in the hit Discovery Channel series "Swords: Life on the Line."
Space is limited and time is short. RSVP required, reserve your ticket in advance and join us for a Tea and Talk with the Author on Tuesday, April 29 at 12:30 p.m. at The Moultonborough Library.
Last Updated on Monday, 31 March 2014 09:52
LACONIA — The 4th Annual Autism Center Walk-A-Thon will be held on Sunday, May 18, 10-1 p.m., on the WOW Trail. This event has grown considerably in its relatively short history.
One of the things that make the Walkathon very special is its group of dedicated sponsors. Every small business sponsoring the Walkathon – Kara Financial, Syl Lapierre Masonry, Peanuts Auto, and Right Angle Construction, is connected to a child who has been enrolled in the Autism Center. In addition to sponsoring the event, these parents, relatives and friends are also volunteers and fundraisers. "We are incredibly lucky to have such a wonderful group of parents and family members who believe in the mission of the Autism Center and have committed to giving back year after year," said LRCS Director of Development Joanne Piper Lang.
The Autism Center empowers parents to educate, encourage, support and advocate for their child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. In a natural, child-friendly environment, the Autism Center's team teaches parents strategies that they can incorporate into their everyday family routines. The teaching model provides measurable goals and objectives. Staff works with each family to meet its specific needs.
Last year's event attracted more than 200 walkers and raised $14,000 to help provide access to services for children and parents. The Walkathon begins and ends at Lakes Region Community Services in Downtown Laconia, the home of the Autism Center. Our Main Office is conveniently located at 719 North Main St. (across from the Laconia Clinic and adjacent to the entrance of the WOW Trail). Participants walk the length of the WOW Trail then turn around and return to LRCS. The route is approximately 3.2 miles.
The community is welcome to participate. Go to www.lrcs.org to register online through Eventbrite. Let us know you're coming, your T-shirt size (raise at least $25 and get an official Autism Center T-shirt) and whether you'll join us for lunch following the walk. The Region III Family Support Council is sponsoring lunch immediately following the Walkathon - grilling hotdogs and serving snacks and soft drinks. It's a great chance to unwind and socialize for a bit after completing the walk.
LRCS has offices in Laconia and Plymouth which combine to serve families residing throughout Belknap and Southern Grafton Counties. For more information contact Joanne Piper Lang at 603-5224-8891or visit www.lrcs.org.
Last Updated on Monday, 31 March 2014 09:35
GILFORD — In celebration of National Poetry Month this April, the Gilford Public Library will host former Portsmouth Poet Laureate John Perrault for a special presentation on Thursday, April 3 at 6:30 p.m. With guitar in hand, John will sing and tell the romantic story of song and poetry, and how the relationship has evolved and changed over the years.
From Wordsworth and Emily Dickenson to Robert Frost and Langston Hughes, the partnership of song and poetry has a long legacy that continues into modern music and poetry today. A poet and balladeer, John Perrault is the author of several books and musical recordings. His passion for combining poetry and song is prevalent in his works and he has been published in The Christian Science Monitor, Commonweal, and Poet Lore.
This program is free and open to the public, and is sponsored by the Gilford Public Library in conjunction with the New Hampshire Humanities Council.
Last Updated on Monday, 31 March 2014 09:30
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