MOULTONBOROUGH — The Imaginarium, which recently opened at Harbor Square, 60 Whittier Highway here, has programs that merge children, families and community together through mindful play. It offers a variety of opportunities that engage children through creativity including an art room for endless creations, music and movement studio for parent/child classes and gross motor area for all ages. There is a fifteen foot sensory wall for discovering and manipulating, including an object permanence and critical
thinking activities. The 'tiny town' room ignites a child's imagination and fosters social development and invites families to partake in dramatic play. The 'tiny town' is equipped with a barn area, park, one room school house, house, post office and bakery/bistro.
The Imaginarium offers a variety of programs to bring the community together. The Kinder Choir is a program that teaches
children not only to sing but to share their gift of voice to the community. Children commit to 'Carol for Quarters' in
return for a song and donate their earnings to the WLNH Children's Auction during the holiday season. The Imaginarium has a wide variety of birthday packages available as well.
Yoga programming offered in the fall include Bedtime yoga for families. Families come to class in their pajamas, stretch, and learn calming techniques and end with a bedtime story. >
Private and group music lessons are offered at The Imaginarium as well as parent/child music classes.
The Imaginarium will be licensed to offer a small group, part time preschool program this fall.
The Imaginarium is opened for set drop in public play hours Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9-Noon.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 09:58
MOULTONBOROUGH — The early-bird registration deadline for the Castle in the Clouds Antique & Classic Automobile Event is fast approaching. All production automobiles built before 1975 are welcome to take part in this celebration of the Centennial of Lucknow.
This year's July 12 event promises to be a stunning gathering of automobiles from the past. Register your vehicle online at www.castleintheclouds.org. Register before June 28 to receive the early bird rate of $20 per automobile. After that date registration fees will be $25 per automobile. The first 100 registrants will receive a commemorative dash plaque and goodie bag.
Castle in the Clouds is a not for profit organization owned and managed by the Castle Preservation Society and dedicated to the interpretation and preservation of the historic Thomas G. Plant Estate, this year celebrating its 100th year. For more information about Castle in the Clouds visit the website at www.castleintheclouds.org or call 603-476-5900.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 09:55
LACONIA — On Saturday, June 21, VFW Post 1670 will be serving breakfast for $7 per person from 8 – 11 a.m.
The bar will also open at 8. $2 bloody mary's will be available as well as other drinks.
Guests must be 21 years of age or older. The event is open to the public and all are welcome.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 09:49
MEREDITH — The Meredith/ Inter-Lakes Alumni Association held it's 90th Annual Gathering on Sunday, June 1 with a capacity crowd of over 175 in attendance.
The Common Man Restaurant served a delicious buffet brunch to alumni and guests at beautiful Church Landing in Meredith.
During the social time, alumni and guests were able to reconnect with old friends and to browse the extensive collection of yearbooks that the association puts on display each year, as well as displays for each decade since 1924. There was also a display by the Class of 1964 in honor of their 50th Class Reunion and a power point for this class as well.
The most senior member to attend the gathering was Ruth Grappone from the Class of 1938, and the Class of 1954 had a good turnout in honor of their 60th Class Reunion.
The members of The Class of 1964 were the honored guests of The Alumni Association, celebrating their 50th Class Reunion, and there were 36 class members in attendance. They were introduced by MC Steve Ainsworth, and when they were given their 50 Year Certificates Steve shared some interesting information about each one from their high school years. The Alumni Association gave special recognition to the class member who traveled the farthest and this went to Deborah Molburg who came from Alaska to attend this 50th reunion.
The Class of '64 also chose to recognize two faculty members in attendance who had taught for many years at Inter-Lakes HS, and they were Ann Kershaw and Marge Lee. The Association also gave a special memorial recognition in their program to Jim Durkee, a long time teacher and coach at Inter-Lakes.
The three $1,000 Alumni Scholarships were presented at this time and they went to Jennifer Pelczar, Michael Johansen, and Jeffrey Ryan. The Alumni Loyalty Cup, which is the oldest award presented at Inter-Lakes High School, having been started in 1928 by the Alumni Association, was awarded to John Findlay.
Other business that came before the assembly was the election of officers for the following year. Elected were: Ann Sprague- President, Glen Quimby-Vice Pres., Sue Ashey- Treasurer, and Sylvia Detscher- Secretary. Board members elected for a three year term were Vynnie Hale, and Rob Weeks.
The Alumni Association would like to say a special thank you to all the businesses that took on the alumni's "90 for 90 Challenge" in honor of this 90th Anniversary year. They were: American Pride Landscape Co, Big Foot, Bryant Paving, Cerutti Contracting, Grand View Home Inspections, Hart's Turkey Farm Restaurant, Humiston Excavation, Interlakes Builders, JW Electric, Landscapes by Tom, Meredith Dental, Moulton's Farm Growers, Paquette Signs, R. Joseph Dever Services, Realgreen Lawn & Landscape, Ruel's Barber Shop, Thomas & Son Artesian Well Co., and Y Landing Marine Services.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 09:45
- Aerial Dance and Circus performances by local students at Laconia Community Center Sunday
- Meredith Sculpture Walk Installs Two More Sculptures
- Franklin City Clerk/Tax Collector Offers Online Payment Option
- Body Lettering Friday at The Studio
- All Saints Episcopal Church Hires New Rector
- New Hampshire Boat Museum Seeks Items For Upcoming Auction