SANBORNTON — “Celebrate Sanbornton” will happen on Saturday, October 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Town Square, including the library, UCC church, Old Town Hall, Lane Tavern and Currier Building and field, and Life / Safety Building. Parking with Sant Bani School-provided shuttle bus will be in the elementary school lot.
Country Store, demonstrations, art display, food including 19 cakes spelling out Celebrate Sanbornton, children's games, safety talks, scouts participation, vendors in the field, band music in the gazebo, Lane Tavern tours, sandwich lunch for sale at the church should give plenty of great family-time on an early fall day.
People are asked to support Eagle Scout Luke Morrison's project to benefit the community homeless, working with Carey House in Laconia to collect 300 blankets and 600 pairs of socks. Blankets need to be clean and socks need to be new. For more information call Lynn Chong at 934-6486.
Last Updated on Monday, 22 September 2014 09:33
LACONIA — Laconia Adult Education is offering a Water Color Painting Studio Class, taught by Mary Lou John, beginning on Monday, September 29 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
The class will examine the fundamentals of watercolor painting, including basic approaches to color and value. Through a series of landscapes and other subjects of your choosing, participants will develop your sensitivity to the medium, and begin to understand how to use watercolor to achieve the best results. Each individual will learn the basic elements of composition as a basic foundation for the paintings.
Students attending the first night of class should bring any water color painting supplies that they might have. Those who have never taken this type of a class, come the first night and the instructor will go over what supplies are required.
This class is open to students at all levels of water color painting. No previous water color painting experience is required. To enroll in this class or for more information, please call the Laconia Adult Education Office at 603-524-5712.
Last Updated on Monday, 22 September 2014 09:26
LACONIA — The tennis courts at Memorial Park off Lindsey Court will be closed for reconstruction effective today and will remain closed until further notice.
According to the city Parks and Recreation Department, the area in one court that is continually flooded will be patched, the cracks will be filled and new posts will be put in. Then the entire surface will be repainted and lined.
For more information, please contact Laconia Parks & Recreation at 524-5046.
Last Updated on Monday, 22 September 2014 09:00
GILFORD — Brian Paterson, ND, LAC, a Naturopathic Doctor at LRGHealthcare's Holistic Health Center at Hillside Medical Park in Gilford, will be offering free classes through the Laconia Adult Education Program this fall.
Tuesday, September 30th will be a one night program on an introduction to acupuncture from 7:00-8:30 pm. Tuesday, October 7th, will be the opening of a 6 week program called "Holistic Routes to Healthy Living." Anyone interested in attending these programs may contact Peggy Selig at Laconia Adult Education to register at 524-5712.
Naturopathic medicine blends centuries-old natural, non-toxic therapies with current advances in the study of health and human systems, covering all aspects of health care. Naturopathic medicine attempts to find the underlying cause of the patient's condition rather than focus solely on symptomatic treatment.
Dr. Paterson has been affiliated with LRGHealthcare since 2002. Naturopathic Doctors use a variety of natural and non-invasive therapies, including clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, physical medicine, and therapy. The result is a patient centered approach that strives to provide the most appropriate treatment for an individual's needs.
Last Updated on Friday, 19 September 2014 08:50
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- Lake Winnipesaukee Museum to hear about black bears on Wednesday
- 3M gives to Franklin Boys & Girls Club
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- Meeting Tuesday on Bringing Cub Scouting Back to Gilford
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