SANBORNTON — The Historical Society will welcome the public to a plant sale and community yard sale at the Lane Tavern, 520 Sanborn Rd on Saturday May 24, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Noted Sanbornton gardener, Faith Tobin
will provide for sale a variety of perennials, annuals & vegetable starters.
The sale was originally schedule for May 18 but has been rescheduled because of a bad weather advisory.
Those who wish to rent a yard sale space ($10) please call Vickie Abbott, 630-1380. There are ample grounds for many vendors. The Society will sell coffee, drinks, snacks and sandwiches to the public.
The Sanbornton Historical Society provides historical educational programs free of charge from April-October (2nd Thursday 7 p.m). Guided tours of the early 19th century Lane Tavern are given to local school groups or by appointment. The Tavern may also be rented available for functions.
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LACONIA — Heart of the Lakes Sufi Center started a new series of classes on Sunday, May 11. The title of the series is "Sufi Teachings on Spiritual Realization: Awakening, Illumination, Unity and Truth" and classes are being led by Malik Haig. There are four classes, on the second and fourth Sunday evenings in May and June. There is no charge for the classes and the public is invited to come to any or all of the classes; any material from previous classes will be reviewed if referred to in a subsequent class.
The theme of the classes explores the Sufi perspective on our development on earth, starting with our experience of the physical world and the opening to spirituality that many experience. "We come to earth with a purpose, but also an amnesia. Spiritual realization is the process of awakening and remembrance. This series of classes explores the Sufi perspective on the transformations of consciousness that lead to realization as we unfurl our consciousness and develop our spiritual vision" says Haig.
Class lasts just under an hour. Classes are designed for those with little or no knowledge of Sufism, and for people beginning to explore spirituality. All are welcome.
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BELMONT — "It Takes a Village: Risky Teen Behaviors" Workshop will be held Monday, May 19 at the Belmont High School Cafeteria from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
As part of the newly established "It Takes a Village" workshop series, parents are invited to the first workshop, which is offered by a partnership of the Belmont High School Guidance Department, Belmont Police Department, and Belmont High School PTO.
1. What are our kids thinking? - Presentation of the BHS Youth Risk Behavior Survey results by Jen Gagnon, Student Assistance Counselor
2. Knowledge is power! - Presentation by Partners in Prevention and The Phoenix House
3. Good kids making bad choices! - Belmont Police Department- discussion on risks and tips
4. Small roundtable discussions on parent topics of concern
5. Large panel discussion with our teen experts
6. Moving forward – building a strong parent community
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 May 2014 08:49