WOLFEBORO — The Clark Museum will hold its final walking tour of the summer season on Friday, Aug. 29, from 2 to 3 p.m.
A guide, dressed in Victorian period costume, will start the tour in front of the Chamber of Commerce.
The guide who will depict one of Wolfeboro's personalities who lived in the Clark House will relate tales as the tour makes its way around the downtown area.
The walk takes approximately 45-60 minutes with water provided for guests. The tour can accommodate a maximum of 20 people. The price of the tour is $5 for a family and $3 for individuals.
For questions, please call 569-4997 or 569-5709.
Last Updated on Monday, 25 August 2014 08:07
LACONIA —The Evangelical Baptist Church moved into their newly renovated worship center located on Washington Street in Lakeport on August 10 and is planning a dedication service on September 28.
Interim Pastor Lynn Kent welcomed over 200 members and friends to their new home. Services are currently being held on Sunday at 10 a.m.
This has been the second move for the church in less than one year. The church moved from their former Veterans Square location in downtown Laconia, on October 27, into the gymnasium, located on the Lakeport Campus. The first service at this location was on November 3. Services have been held in the gym for nine months to allow for the construction and renovations to the worship center.
A new entrance and elevator has been added to make the building accessible for all. The upper sanctuary has been re-furbished as well as the classrooms, media room, and the fellowship hall located on the lower level.
Last Updated on Monday, 25 August 2014 08:02
LACONIA — Line dancing is now being offered on Tuesdays, from 1-2 p.m. at the beginner level, and 2-2:30 for the regular class. Both classes will be held at the Laconia Senior Center.
The first class is beginner friendly for those that have never tried line dancing. Line dancing is for all ages and no partner is needed. The music includes country, pop, Latin, hip-hop, and more. Music is deliberately slow to moderate speed to accommodate all age groups. Line dancing is an easy way to lose weight, lower blood pressure, increase balance, and build stamina. The fee is $5 per class.
Last Updated on Friday, 22 August 2014 10:43
HILL — The Lakes Region Conservation Trust in partnership with the New England Mountain Bike Association's Central NH Chapter will be holding a mountain biking excursion on Saturday, August 30 at LRCT's Page Hill and Glory Hill Conservation Areas in Hill. The trip is appropriate for experienced mountain bikers and will begin at 9:30 a.m. and end at noon.
The Page Hill and Glory Hill Conservation Areas encompass 475 acres of scenic wooded land generously donated to LRCT. The property includes remnants of historic roads and old farmsteads and has stunning views stretching from the Belknap Mountains around to Mount Moosilauke and beyond. NEMBA has created impressive biking trails on the property, and the trip will showcase scenic views, natural forest resources, and wildlife habitats along the trails. Chris Rogers of NEMBA will guide the excursion along with experienced LRCT guides.
Last Updated on Friday, 22 August 2014 10:39
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