GILMANTON —The Gilmanton Year-Round Library will be holding a winter bird feeding presentation led by Steve White, owner of Wild Bird Depot, on Thursday, October 23, 7 p.m.
Prepare to enjoy feathered visitors during the coming winter, with advice from Steve White, with his extensive experience in attracting birds. His presentation will feature an “open mic” forum, to answer any questions anyone might have had about winter bird feeding.
The Library is located on NH Route 140 across from the Gilmanton School. The presentation is free and open to the public.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 09:00
CENTER HARBOR — Author J.D. Springs, a resident of Manchester, will be at Bayswater Book Co. on Saturday, October 25 from 1 pm - 3 pm to sign copies of his book, Price of Vengeance.
What is the Price of Vengeance? One could understand why Liam is angry. Orphaned at the age of two by a group of giant carnivorous insects called the chitin, he was adopted by High Councilor Marcus and his wife, Lidia, and raised with their older son, Randolf, in New Olympia, the last remaining city on the planet Etrusci.
As an adult, Liam becomes a soldier. After being cut off from the city, he finds that there is an alien intelligence behind the chitin. To defeat it, he must discover who he is and how to use his powers. When Liam discovers that a traitor responsible for his birth parents' deaths has also murdered his beloved foster parents, he might find that the price he has to pay in his quest for vengeance will prove to be an even more unbeatable foe.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 08:56
FRANKLIN — The Franklin United Methodist Church will host a flea market and bake sale on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the church located at 88 Franklin St.
All are welcome. Free coffee and cocoa will be served. More information can be obtained by calling 934-8214.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 08:53
LACONIA — Laura Brusseau of Laconia, a teacher at Inter-Lakes High School in Meredith and the founder of the Faith, Hope and Love Foundation, was honored as Civic Leader of the Year at the fifth annual Rising Stars Awards, an initiative of Stay Work Play in partnership with New Hampshire Public Radio.
Also honored at the Concord event held on October 6 were:
Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Michael Carlton, Northwood, Calling All Cargo
College Student of the Year: Ian Gagnon, Enfield, UNH
Young Professional of the Year: Corey MacDonald, Portsmouth Police Department and MacDonald & Black Law Firm
Coolest Companies for Young Professionals:
· Calypso Communications, Portsmouth
· W.S. Badger Company, Gilsum
· LAUCHLANWORKS, Exeter
Leadership Development Program of the Year: Leadership College, Leadership New Hampshire.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 08:50
- Community college hosting forum on October 24 for State Senate candidates
- Youth deer hunting weekend is October 25 & 26
- Bone Builders group meeting on Thursdays
- Laconia Fire Deparment warns of safety hazards that occur every autumn
- Enterprise Center workshop on intellectual property on October 21
- Paint Night on Tuesday to benefit Inter-Lakes band