LACONIA — Pitman's Freight Room at 94 New Salem Street in downtown Laconia will host Bruce Marshall and the Nor'easters on Friday, April 18 at 8 pm. Admission is $12.
The band features original music by Bruce plus a high energy mix of Allman Brothers Southern Rock, Blues, Soul and Funk. Bruce is a member of The Toy Caldwell Band (Marshall Tucker) and has performed with Dire Straits, BB King, James Montgomery, Kate Taylor, Susan Tedeschi and more.
The band is made up of Bruce Mashall, Guitar and vocals, Al Hospers on Bass, Chuck Farell on Guitar, Eric Foye on drums, and Joe Alperti on sax.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 08:23
BELMONT — In a collaborative effort amongst Lakes Region Churches (LRC), Belmont Baptist Church, Lochmere Baptist Church and Grace Capital Church, Laconia Campus, EasterFest will help celebrate the fun and meaning of Easter. Beginning at 11 a.m. at the Belmont Elementary School on Saturday, April 19, the event will run until 2 p.m.
The inaugural EasterFest will provide area children and their families a free day of fun and excitement. The plan is to hold the largest Easter Egg hunt in the state, with over 10,000 eggs available to find. There will also be a bouncy house and climbing wall for the children to enjoy free of charge. Door prizes will also be awarded
Along with our Easter Eggs the churches will be providing free hot dogs, and drinks to everyone in attendance. It is estimated that 250 children and their families will be in attendance.
Many local business have come together in support of the event.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 08:15
MOULTONBOROUGH — Moultonborough Recreation Department is making a splash with a Duck Boat Tour of Boston's Charles River on Wednesday, June 18.
Participants will depart MRD and travel by coach bus to Boston where they will board a Duck Boat for an 80 minute narrated land and water tour of Boston's unique neighborhoods and historic places. We'll get an awesome view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines from the Charles River. Afterward, we'll enjoy lunch at the "Cheers" Restaurant in the Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The restaurant is an exact replica of the "Cheers" TV show's Hollywood set. After lunch, there will be time to browse the shops at Faneuil Hall before returning to Moultonborough.
Reservations are limited and pre-registration is required. The cost of this trip is $83 per person and is intended for adults age 18+. The fee includes Duck Boat tour, lunch, gratuities and coach bus transportation. We will depart from the Moultonborough Recreation Department at 7:20 a.m. on Wednesday, June 18 and will return at 6:30 p.m. We will be travelling with patrons of Belmont Parks & Recreation, and will make a pickup in Belmont along the way. Reservations are limited and must be accompanied with payment by check. Register by calling 476-8868 before May 16.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 08:01
GILFORD — Members of the Laconia-Gilford Lions Club will be holding an Electronic Waste Collection Day on Saturday, April 19 in the Lowe's parking lot in Gilford from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
According to President Lori Chandler, "Money raised on April 19 will allow the Lions Club to meet pressing needs in our community such as eye glasses and hearing aids, stocking of local food pantries, college scholarships, holiday food baskets for needy families, just to name a few. Lions Club members thank everyone who contributes to this important work. You are truly helping Lions make a difference in our community."
Got an old computer collecting dust in the closet, or a broken refrigerator sitting on the back porch? What do you do with these items when you replace them. Everything from laptops, phones and radios to home appliances and TVs cost you a fortune to haul away.
Turn that junk over to the Laconia-Gilford Lions Club during their Electronic Waste Collection Day and, for a small disposal fee, not only will they take it off your hands, they will recycle your old electronic items. The disposal charge is less than the local transfer station's prices. Cash or checks will be accepted but not debit or credit cards.
Following is a list of items you may want to drop off: computer monitors, laptops, CPUs, Servers, CD/DVD players, camcorders, AV equipment, VCRs, speakers, mice or keyboards, copiers, faxes, scanners, printers, phones (land and cell), phone systems, UPS systems, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, cords, cables and computer accessories.
In addition, they will also take microwaves, air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, water heaters, washing machines, dryers, gas or electric stoves, dishwashers, dumb terminals, and TVs. Anything with a cord not listed will also be accepted.
You cannot drop off: oils, paints, thinners, batteries, tires, items containing mercury such as fluorescent and CFL light bulbs or thermometers, capacitors, ballasts, or any other hazardous waste.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 07:52
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