MEREDITH — The Frog Rock Tavern is hosting a paint night on Monday January 26 from 5:30-8:00. Cole Harper, the very talented Meredith native, will be our hosting artist.
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 January 2015 09:14
PLYMOUTH — The members of Artistic Roots Co-op invite people to chase away the winter chill at their Eleventh Annual Souper Bowl fundraiser on Saturday, January 31 from 3:00-6:00 p.m. at the Plymouth Congregational Church in downtown Plymouth.
Just $25 gets you a unique pottery bowl of your choice--handmade by a local artisan and filled as many times as your belly can handle. The bowls have arrived at the gallery; nearly 20 (and counting!) local restaurants and individuals are brainstorming an amazing variety of tasty soups; and the dessert table is shaping up to be epic. Our member artists have donated tons of raffle items, which are on display in our front windows for you to view and bid on today.
Come on down to the gallery at 73 Main Street and pick out that perfect, one of a kind, bowl before it walks out the door with someone else! Browse and bid on the raffle items in advance, then spread the word. A never-ending bowl of soup makes a mighty fine gift for someone special. Or perhaps you're visiting one of the many local ski areas for some winter fun--warm up afterward in style.
Got enough bowls? Don't let that stop you from enjoying soup, breads, dessert, and great company. You can bring your own bowl and pay just $20 for our dinner-only option. And, as always, children under 6 eat free.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 January 2015 11:58
GILFORD — Anna and Elsa from Disney's "Frozen" return to the Gilford Youth Center for a one-of-a-kind "Princess Tea Party" on Saturday, March 7. There will two parties, the first well be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. followed by the second session from 1-2:30 p.m.
Children will enjoy one-on-one time with Anna and Elsa, a live performance and sing-a-long, arts and crafts, refreshments and snacks, pictures with the princesses, and more. Children are encouraged to dress as their favorite princess, but it is not mandatory. Tickets are $25/per child and are limited. Accompanying parents do not need a ticket. To reserve a ticket visit www.gilfordyouthcenter.com. Payment must be made to hold a spot.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 January 2015 11:54
MEREDITH — Earlier this month, Forestview Manor had its annual State Survey by the Department of Health and Human Services, and they are pleased to announce that, for the third year in a row, they received a perfect score.
"This survey simply reiterates what we already knew, our staff does a fantastic job in caring for our Residents," said Executive Director Amanda Cook, RN. "Our staff members are committed to the people in our care. They are not only careful to do everything to the highest possible quality standard, but they also go the extra mile to create an environment that is warm, comfortable and just home for our Residents."
The survey was unannounced and the Inspector spent time at Forestview Manor doing a thorough review of all aspects of the operation, records, and Resident care. As in previous years, the Inspector continued to be impressed with the quality of care the Manor provides and the level of excellence of daily operation. "I would like to thank the Forestview staff for their hard work and dedication," continues Cook, "Not only for our deficiency-free State survey, but also for the happiness and satisfaction of our Residents and families every day."
Forestview Manor is an assisted living facility offering a range of care, and specializing in care of Residents with Alzheimer's, dementia, and memory loss. For more information on our community, please call Heather at 279-3121.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 January 2015 11:35
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