TILTON — Katie Flo's Café recently reopened and is being run by Peter Kaigle of Laconia, a 2012 graduate of Lakes Region Community College's culinary arts program.
"I am so happy to have Katie Flo's opened," says Kaigle, "It is a dream come true."
Just last week LRCC Culinary Arts graduate, David Perry of Center Ossipee opened Jilly's Bistro on Union Avenue in Laconia.
"It is exciting to have two of LRCC's Culinary Arts graduates open their own Lakes Region restaurants in the same month," says LRCC Culinary Arts, Pastry Arts, and Restaurant Management Department Coordinator, Pat Hall, a successful entrepreneur himself before entering the teaching profession. "This is a first!"
For information about LRCC's hospitality programs, now housed at Canterbury Shaker Village, contact the Admissions office at ext. 6766. New fall day, evening, and online classes start Tuesday, September 3. Registrations will be accepted through the first week of classes.
New Katie Flo's Café Owner, Peter Kaigle of Laconia takes a break from his duties during his first day at the new Katie Flo's Café on Route 3 in Winnisquam. Kaigle has just purchased the restaurant and reopened it under the same name. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 06:22
WOLFEBORO — Work is underway on GI Plastek's $3 million building expansion at its plant on Wickers Drive.
"I am very excited about the opportunities that this expansion will bring and how it will transform the way that we work and how much more competitive we will become,'' says Daniel Mills, president of the firm which employs 96 workers.
GI Plastek, founded in 1982, is a custom molder of structural foam and injection molded plastic parts. In addition to its custom molding base, the company is a fully integrated manufacturer with assembly and secondary finishing operations that include painting, shielding, silk-screening, inserting, and bonding.
The company is expanding its current 56,000 square foot manufacturing floor to 91,000 square feet, allowing the addition of more state-of-the-art medium and large injection molding presses, as well as warehouse space.
Mills said ''GI Plastek fully recognizes that manufacturing is still the largest industry in New Hampshire. And with the escalation of technology, there is and will continue to be a surging demand for manufacturers that have state-of-the-art capabilities and a highly skilled workforce to successfully partner with its customers.''
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 06:18
MOULTONBOROUGH — The 4th Annual New England Paralyzed Veteran and Disabled Bass Fishing Tournament will be held on Saturday, September 7 at Camp Robindel in Moultonborough. Catch and release weight in will be conducted between 2 and 3 p.m.
Participation is free to disabled anglers and exists solely on fundraising throughout the year. The event is supported by American Eagle Bass Anglers, along with numerous volunteers who make this a fun and memorable weekend.
The event provides an often long lost opportunity to get back out on the water and fish, swap fish tails, and reunite with old friends as well as begin new friendships. Highlights of the day are our silent auction and raffles, made possible through generous donations from our local merchants.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 06:08
WOLFEBORO — The New Hampshire Boat Museum's 2013 Wolfeboro Vintage Race Boat Regatta is one of Wolfeboro's most popular and unique events. For those attending there are a number of special opportunities to view the heats and even participate. The Regatta brings vintage race boats from throughout the U.S. and Canada to recreate race boating from an earlier age. The event will be held on September 13 and 14 from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. at the Wolfeboro Town Docks.
In addition to watching the heats for free from the Wolfeboro Town Docks, there are a number of ways to watch the heats up close from the water. Those wanting to get right into the action may do so with a cruise on the Winnipesaukee Belle. For a small donation of $12 per person, guests may enjoy watching the race boats while on board the Winnipesaukee Belle, a 70-foot replica turn-of-the-century paddle boat. A special lunch cruise will be offered for $30 per person which includes a buffet and the cruise.
The Belle cruises will depart from the Town Docks at approximately 9:20, 11:10 (lunch cruise), and 1:20. There is an additional 2:40 cruise on Saturday. The Winnipesaukee Belle cruises are donated by the Wolfeboro Inn.
Those who are feeling adventurous, for a donation of $100-$500 can take a ride in a demonstration heat on the course in a vintage race boat with a vintage race boat driver. This ride of a lifetime will be available on five boats which include Jersey Skiff speed boats, triple cockpits, and Gold Cup racers. The rides will take place when there is a break in the action on Friday and Saturday, at approximately 12:25, 12:55 and 3:55, weather permitting. Racing life jackets and helmets are mandatory and will be supplied.
During the Regatta, tickets for the Winnipesaukee Belle and the Vintage Race Boat Rides are available at Regatta Registration Booth at Cate Park (Wolfeboro Town Docks) during the event – look for the "Boat Rides" sign.
Evening receptions and dinners with the drivers and crews are open to the public. The events include a Thursday, September 12 cook-out at the Wolfetrap Grill and Raw Bar; a Friday, September 13 reception at the New Hampshire Boat Museum; and a Saturday, September 14 Awards Banquet at the Wolfeboro Inn. Those wishing to sign up for any of these evening events may do so on the Regatta section of the Museum's website at www.nhbm.org or by calling 569-4554.
This year's Regatta is sponsored by the following museum supporters: Citizen's Bank, Shep Brown's Boat Basin, Watermark Construction, the Alton Bay Yacht Club, the J. Willard Marriott Jr. Foundation, Coco Engineering, Bradley Hardware, Lakes Region Restoration, Avery Insurance, NAPA - Wolfeboro Auto Parts, HK Powersports, Wolfeboro Car Wash and Executive Detail, Knight Security, Brock's Lumber, Sal's Advanced Automotive, Three Sisters' Country Store, and two anonymous donors.
In-kind support is being provided by the Wolfeboro Inn, Dive Winnipesaukee, Andrews Marine Service and Reliable Crane Service.
Thrilling race boat rides are available at the Wolfeboro Vintage Race Boat Regatta. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 06:04
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- Lake Winnipesaukee Museum to host lecture on Old Man of the Mountain
- Gilmanton Women’s Club taking its yearly Mystery Ride
- Rummage sale Saturday at Tamworth church
- Ronald A. Thibeault, 71