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19th Annual Community Yard Sale Saturday in Meredith

MEREDITH — Meredith is the place to be on Saturday May 17 for antique enthusiasts, collectors, and bargain hunters as the Meredith Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors the 19th Annual Community Yard Sale.

According to Executive Director Susan Cerutti, the sales will be held from 9: a.m.-3 p.m. at over fifty locations in the Meredith area. In addition to the many sales taking place at individual homes several businesses and organizations will also hold sales. In Meredith, The Trinity Episcopal Church, located on Route 25, will hold a group sale at the church and the Cavalry Bible Church will hold theirs on St. James St. As in the past, there will be a sale at the Center Harbor Congregational Church and a book sale sponsored by the Friends of the Library will take place at the Meredith Public Library.

The Meredith Altrusa Club will hold two sales, one on the Lawn of the Chamber building and the other at the old Aubuchon Building located just north of the lights. Meredith Kiwanis Club will conduct their sale at Keytown Automotive and sales will be held at individual homes in the downtown area, along Parade Road, Meredith Neck Road, Pease Road, Skyview Circle, Tracey Way, and Waukewan Road.

Businesses particpating in the event include ReMax Bayside and Watermark Marine Construction on Route 3, The Ballard House Inn on Parade Road, Dragin Geothermal on Route 25, and the Meredith Children's Museum on Lang St. The Community Yard Sale will be held rain or shine and maps identifying the locations of the various sales will be available beginning at 8 a.m. the day of the sale at the Chamber of Commerce Information Center located at 272 Daniel Webster Highway.



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Protecting dogs from toxins subject of talk in Meredith tonight

MEREDITH — An animal health expert will explain how to protect dogs from overexposure to toxins during a talk on Thursday, May 15, from 7 to 8:15 p.m. at the Grace Wellness Center, 169 Daniel Webster Highway, Suite 1.

In her talk, Lisa Robinson will look at common toxins that dogs encounter daily, why toxins are the cause of many diseases, and how to incorporate an inexpensive maintenance detox protocol into a dog's diet using easy-to-find foods and spices.

There is a $20 fee for the program, part of which will be donated to the New Hampshire Humane Society.


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Line dancing class for beginners set for Saturday at Taylor Commmunity

LACONIA — Bonnie Deutch will hold a beginner's line dancing class on Saturday, May 17, at 2:30 p.m. at Taylor Community's Woodside Building.

Deutch has been dancing for several years and brings an enthusiastic approach to showing people just how fun and easy line dancing can be, as well as being great exercise! This activity is great for singles because a partner isn't necessary — so anyone can join in.

Line dancing isn't only country, but waltzes, Irish and old time music as well.

This event is free and open to the public. To RSVP, please call 524-5600, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


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Christian Science lecturer to speak in Laconia on Sunday

LACONIA — The Laconia Christian Science Church presents a talk entitled "The Healing Comforter" on Sunday, May 18, at 2 p.m. at the church located at 136 Pleasant St. The speaker will be Mary Alice Rose of Brookville, Md.

In her 20-year career in areas of applied physical science ranging from a meteorologist for the National Severe Storms Laboratory to co-managing a division of engineers and scientists in developing the ground system for the Hubble Space Telescope, "prayer was her constant guiding and motivating force. Through those years, her love for God permeated every aspect of her daily work."

Rose's lecture focuses on Christian Science as the comforter Jesus promised. It addresses praying about extreme events such as terrorism, illness and "natural disasters." In her talk, Rose will draw parallels between how physical scientists approach the subjects they study and how individuals approach the study of Christian Science.


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