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Franklin Regional Hospital Offering Weekly Farmer's Market with Double SNAP Dollars

FRANKLIN — Franklin Regional Hospital (FRH) will host a weekly Summer Farmer's Market in collaboration with the Franklin Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Coalition.

Join local vendors on the FRH lawn every Tuesday afternoon from 3-6 p.m., beginning June 3, through the summer season. Encouraging a healthy lifestyle is the focus of the market, and shoppers will enjoy locally-grown produce and other fresh local food options.

Most vendors will accept cash or check, and the market accepts SNAP benefits via an EBT payment system on site. The use of SNAP is made possible through a grant in cooperation with the Caring Community Network of the Twin Rivers (CCNTR). Promotional SNAP programs include, 'Double SNAP Dollars,' up to five dollars each week. Purchase $5 of food with your SNAP card, and receive an additional $5 in market food items free.

For more information, contact Franklin Regional Hospital Community Educator Melissa Rizzo at 934-2060.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 May 2014 10:46

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Children's Artwork on Display at Hall Memorial Library

NORTHFIELD — On loan from the Fermata Arts Foundation located in Avon, Conneticut, the Nagorno-Karabakh Repbulic Children's Artwork is featured until June 11 in the upper and lower levels of Hall Memorial Library.

This relatively new republic is a landlocked mountain region which seceded from Azerbaijan in 1988. Though there is a rocky truce between Azerbaijan and the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, it is not recognized by the United Nations as an independent state.

The Fermata Arts Foundation's mission is to aid in the preservation of peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation. The model for achieving this is through the synthesis of art, architecture, philosophy and poetry. The Corporation exists to promote and encourage intercultural dialogue between countries, through which the representatives of different countries can discover shared values and spirtual commonality.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 May 2014 10:40

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Class on scarf making on May 30

MEREDITH — On Friday, May 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the League of NH Craftsmen-Meredith Fine Craft Gallery is hosting a free lace scarf class with Nancy Evans. The class will be offered at the Meredith Community Center.

The class will teach attendees how to sew fibers together with simple "thread play" between 2 layers of water soluble stabilizer, rinse, embellish with beads, to create a wearable scarf. These scarves are prefect for every season and aren't too heavy or hot for the summer.

Students taking this class must bring the following: a sewing machine in good working order, a collection of fibers, ribbons, yarns, bits of silk or other fabric, light weight fabric to tear into strips if desired , sewing machine thread to compliment the chosen fibers, and two bobbins wound to match, beads for embellishment if desired, needle to sew on beads, and scissors. Soft fibers and ribbons are most desirable as they will be worn around the neck. Extra kits will be available for purchase

The tuition is $70 per student, and there is an additional $15 materials fee to be paid to the instructor the day of the class. Space is limited. Pre- registration is required. Pre-registration can be made by calling the League of NH Craftsmen – Meredith Fine Craft Gallery at 603.279.7920 or visiting the Gallery on 279 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 May 2014 10:37

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Union Meetinghouse in Gilford open Memorial Day

GILFORD — The Gilford Historical Society announces that their historic Union Meetinghouse on Belknap Mountain Road will be open immediately after the Gilford parade on Memorial Day, May 26. This building dates to 1834, and is on the New Hampshire Register of Historic Places.

The Society's collection of military articles and records will be highlighted. This also will include military uniforms from several different eras and branches of service. Visitors are welcome to come and talk, or write about their own Memorial Day memories and observances. Visitors can also get to experience the sense and experiences of these past years from the Historical Society readings and displays.

For additional information e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 May 2014 10:27

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