MOULTONBOROUGH -- The Antique & Classic Automobile Event will return to the Castle in the Clouds on Saturday, July 12, as it celebrates its centennial.
Organizers say this year's event will be the biggest and best yet. Examples of antique and classic automobiles dating from the turn of the century through 1974 will be on display in the Meadows by Shannon Pond from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will also feature the return of the 1911 Stanley Steamer Roadster personally owned by Thomas Plant, the man who built the Lucknow estate. In honor of the Lucknow Centennial, Brent Campbell, the vehicle's current owner, has offered to display this historic automobile during the event.
All production automobiles built before 1975 are welcome. Register online at www.castleintheclouds.org. Registration fee is $25.
Castle in the Clouds is located off Route 171 in Moultonborough. Participating automobiles can enter the grounds via Ossipee Park Road off Route 171 / Old Mountain Road, or the original scenic estate road accessed at the Main Entrance Gate on Route 171 (455 Old Mountain Road).
Spectators visiting the Automobile Event only must enter the grounds via Ossipee Park Road off of Route 171.
There is a $5 admission fee per person for spectators.
Food and beverages will be available for purchase from The Carriage House Café, Cones in the Clouds, MacDaddy's Rollin Smoke BBQ, and Big Love Mexican Diner.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 08:58
MEREDITH — A combined public officials/public informational meeting will be held Tuesday, July 15, at 6 p.m. to discuss proposed intersection safety improvements on NH 104 at Meredith Center Road and Chase Road in Meredith, the state Department of Transportation has announced.
The meeting will take place at the Meredith Community Center, Meeting Room B, 1 Circle Drive, in Meredith.
The purpose of this meeting is to present information regarding the proposed project. The meeting is also to solicit public comment in order to ensure that the project decisions meet public transportation needs, community goals, and protect and enhance the environment.
Anyone needing assistance or auxiliary communication equipment due to sensory impairment or other disability, should contact the Bureau of Right-of-Way, NHDOT, PO Box 483, Concord, New Hampshire 03302-0483 or call 603-271-3222 – TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964. Notification for the need of assistance should be made at the earliest convenience.
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RUMNEY — Southern Gospel music trio, The Hyssongs, will perform in concert at the Rumney Bible Conference at 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 5.
The concert is free, but an offering will be taken up during the performance.
Dell, Susan and Richard Hyssong travel full-time as The Hyssongs. Their family ministry combines family vocal harmony, trumpet and trombone to bring audiences their Christ-centered message, shared through the powerful medium of music. The family's classical music background underpins a distinctive sound that has entertained audiences throughout the United States and Canada.
The group has been singing together as a family for more than 15 years. In that time, The Hyssongs have received many accolades for their inspirational Southern Gospel sound. The group was voted a Top 5 New Trio during the 2013 Singing News Fan Awards. They have also consistently placed songs on Southern Gospel Top 40 charts, such as the 2013 single, "Oh What Name."
The Hyssongs perform at more than 250 events each year throughout the United States and Canada. They minister in churches, auditoriums and on Gospel singing cruises, as well as on television and radio. Working with the Inspire label, The Hyssongs record at the Chapel Valley Studio in Sharps Chapel, Tenn.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 08:39
LACONIA — Lake Winnipesaukee Museum in Weirs Beach is hosting a lecture, "New Hampshire One-Room Rural Schools, The Romance and the Reality," featuring Steve Taylor on Wednesday, July 9, at 7 p.m.
Taylor will talk about the hundreds of one-room schools that dotted the landscape of New Hampshire a century ago and were the backbone of primary education for generations of children. Revered in literature and lore, they actually were beset with problems, some of which are little changed today.
The greatest issue was financing the local school and the vast differences between taxing districts in their ability to support education. Other concerns included teacher preparation and quality, curriculum, discipline, student achievement and community involvement in the educational process. In his presentation Taylor will explore the lasting legacies of the one-room school and how they echo today.
An independent scholar, farmer, journalist and longtime public official, Taylor operates a dairy and maple farm in Meriden Village, and served for a quarter century as the state's Commissioner of Agriculture. He has been a newspaper reporter and editor. He was also the first executive director of the New Hampshire Humanities Council and is a lifelong student the state's rural culture.
This event is free and is made possible by a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council. Lake Winnipesaukee Museum is located on Route 3 in Laconia, next to Funspot. Please call 366-5950 to RSVP.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 08:37