BELMONT — Looking for a fun "Girls Night Out" in the Lakes Region? You don't have to be a mom to attend our Mom Prom! Belmont High School PTO has been busy planning the delicious treats, bright decorations and upbeat music to make Saturday, March 8 a memorable evening.
Gather your girlfriends, relatives and co-workers to share an inexpensive night of dancing, shopping and mingling all for $20 per ticket ($25 at the door). There will be a DJ playing favorite dance tunes from the '70s, '80s, and beyond from 7-10 .pm in the perfect prom setting, the high school gym. Summarized by one ticket holder, "It's all of the fun of prom without the stress of a date".
Included is an appetizer and dessert bar to provide guests with extra energy, along with a selection of non-alcoholic beverages to keep people hydrated.
Ladies are encouraged to look in their closets, or shop the local consignment and thrift shops to find a cocktail dress, bridesmaid dress, or prom dress. The evening is all about having fun, so don't stress over the dress. One lucky prom participant will leave with the honor of "Tackiest Dress", so keep that in mind when you are deciding what to wear. Leggings, big hair, and wild colors of the '80s are also a terrific option. Proceeds from our event will assist the PTO in offering programs and funding initiatives for BHS faculty, students, parents and the general public.
Not into dancing? Come for the shopping and "girl talk". The PTO has lined up some vendors to showcase their wares for a great shopping experience. Need to stock up on products by Norwex, Pampered Chef, or Tastefully Simple? They will all be at our event. Looking for a special gift? We've got tables offering jewelry by Silpada Designs and Origami Owl, bags by Thirty One, and incredible scents by PartyLite and Denutte's Delights.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2014 10:55
GILFORD — The Gilford Community Church will be holding its annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner on Saturday, March 8 at 6 p.m. (snowdate on Sunday, March 9). The charge is $12. per person ($5 for children under age 12) for the following menu:
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Homemade Irish Soda Bread and Homemade Carrot Cake
(Decaff coffee/tea/water provided; or bring your own beverage)
Reservations (payment if possible) are needed before the dinner. Call Eloise Post at 986-6723.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2014 10:49
LACONIA — Vendors are being sought for the first annual Stand Up Laconia Craft Fair which will be held Saturday, March 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Laconia High School.
The fair is being sponsored by Laconia High School/Huot Technical Center Business Students and will benefit Stand Up Laconia, an organization which promotes drug abuse awareness and prevention programs.
For more information or to become a vendor contact Jannine Farrar at
or call 528-8693 X5008. The first ten vendors
get $10 off.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2014 10:45
LACONIA — Applications for the 2014 Opechee Garden Club Evergreen Awards are now available for interested applicants and not-for-profit organizations. This annual award has been established to promote educational and/or career building skills within the disciplines of conservation, environmental science, forestry, horticulture, landscape design, or any other area supported by the Opechee Garden Club with a focus on the environment. All area high school students or non-traditional students pursuing a course of study in the above are eligible to apply.
Since 2009, the Opechee Garden Club has opened this award up to local not-for-profit organizations who wish to apply for an environmentally based project that will benefit the greater Laconia-Gilford community. Groups eligible for consideration will be non-profits or area organizations with an active Laconia/Gilford area involvement including those devoted to conservation, landscaping, restoration of historic gardens, in-school education in nature for both faculty and students, scouting projects and similar horticulture directed adventures.
Sample projects would include field work, research, or classroom work focusing on the conservation and preservation of the natural environment for future generations.
The application deadline is April 15 for awards to be made in May.
The Opechee Garden Club is established exclusively for charitable purposes and the primary purpose of the Club is to stimulate interest in gardens, nature study, and conservation for the betterment of the community.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2014 10:30
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- Candidates Night in Gilmanton March 6
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- Artistic Roots have rescheduled the opening reception for Visiting Artists
- French Film Festival at PSU March 5-7