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Gilmanton Old Home Day is Aug. 15, 2015

GILMANTON — The Gilmanton Old Home Day Organization has set the date for next summer’s event for Saturday, August 15, 2015. Officers for the 2015 Old Home Day celebration will be Sarah Baldwin Welcome, president, Rick Puleo, vice president, Paula Gilman, secretary, and Barbara Angevine, treasurer.
The committee will be welcoming volunteers for many tasks. For information, contact Sarah Baldwin-Welcome at 267-7943 or e-mail at HYPERLINK mailto:provpalt@metrocast.netprovpalt@metrocast.net.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 October 2014 09:55

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Blessing of animals at Lutheran church

LACONIA — A service for blessing of animals and the soil will take place Sunday, Oct. 12, at 11:30 a.m. at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 2238 Parade Road.

This short service is open to everyone.

The Rev. David Dalzell, pastor of Good Shepherd, has been conducting this animal and soil blessing service for several years, and it has become a cherished tradition for many. People are welcome to bring their dog, cat, goldfish, gerbil, or other animal companion, properly restrained and/or contained, or course, for a special blessing. Folks may also bring pictures of their beloved animals if the pet would be disturbed to be among other critters, or if the old friend has passed on.

Weather permitting, the event will take place outside in the church lawn and garden.

Refreshments for people and pets will be served. More information can be had by calling Good Shepherd Lutheran Church at 528-4078, or by visiting the website at www.goodshepherdnh.org

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Meredith Library hosting local authors this month in honor of ‘Read Local’

MEREDITH — The Meredith Public Library invites community members to "Read Local" in October as the library promotes local authors. 

Rosamond Van Der Linde, A Piano in Every Room, will be held on Tuesday, October 7, 4-5 p.m. tells the astonishing tale of a family living in a 42-room house with 34 pianos. Their story includes Rosamond’s victory over childhood polio, while her husband, Rein van der Linde, survived the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. Their sheer courage created their destiny. Later, raising a remarkable musical family of seven pianists the parents shaped their own children’s lives, embraced their community, and grew into a cultural treasure for America, and friends around the world.

Lynn Durham, RN, author of From Frazzled to Fantastic will hold a presentation on Thursday, October 16, 6:30-7:30 p.m. This event will help participants find out how to stay in balance, increase clarity of decision making and relax and enjoy the moment using the ABC’s of Stress Hardiness and how to dance with life.

Dan Szczesny, author of The Nepal Chronicles will be the featured speaker on Thursday, October 23, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Join hiker and author Dan Szczesny as he discusses marriage, mountains and momos in the highest place on Earth.

Live Free and Eat Pie Book Discussion held on Thursday, October 30, 12-1 p.m. Participants will be treated to homemade pie, while listening to Rebecca Rule discuss her book Live Free and Eat Pie. 

Writing your Family History with Thatcher Freund will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 4-5 p.m. 

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Movie by local film maker to premiere in october

BRISTOL — Coming up in October is the premier of "Til Death", a film written and directed by Sam Kench,  the founder of the Newfound Film Club, which meets at the library every Thursday afternoon.

This movie had been filmed over the last two summers and will make its debut at The Purple Pit 28 Central Square, Bristol on October 17. Tickets are $5 and may be bought in advance at the library. Call 744-7800 for more information.

Kench is also showing his artwork at the library during the second half of October. Sam was a painter before he became a filmmaker. When he watched a movie that he really loved he wanted to commemorate the experience by creating a painting. Somewhere in the process of painting he realized he wanted to become a filmmaker.

There will be an opening on October 22 at the library to thank Sam for all his hard work and the movie will also be shown.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 October 2014 09:16

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