BELMONT — Enjoy some leisurely shopping on Sunday, June 28,at the first of four Farmer's Markets planned for Belmont this summer.
The market is located next to the Belmont Mill and Tioga Pavilion on Mill St. and will ve open from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Visitors can talk with vendors and learn about their wonderful, local products such as maple syrup, goat's milk soap, bat houses, and yummy kettle corn, whoopie pies, breads, and more.
This month's Farmer's Market day will feature hula-hoops for moving and grooving; sidewalk chalk for budding artists; and "make and take" fireworks paintings to commemorate the upcoming 4th of July holiday. With all of these activities to entertain the kids, parents will have plenty of time to visit with vendors.
There will be tables and chairs set up, so visitors can sit back and relax and join in on the "puzzle of the month", a summer scene of cherries and lemonade. Into chess or cribbage? Bring it along!
Everett Bailey, maker of Shaker-style brooms, will be demonstrating his craft under the new Tioga Pavilion. It's an amazing transformation, and Everett loves to share his interest of the Shaker ways with new faces.
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 June 2015 06:54
LACONIA — Boy Scout Troop 68 will hold a pancake breakfast, this Sunday, June 28, from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Sacred Heart Church Hall on Gilford Avenue.
The breakfast is being held to raise funds to allow troop members to attend Sea Base, a Boy Scout adventure camp in Florida.
The breakfast will include a variety of pancakes (blueberry, chocolate chips, and plain), as well as scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, hash-brown potatoes, toast, coffee and juice.
The cost of breakfast will be $7 per person, or $24 per family or group of four.
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 June 2015 06:49
GILMANTON — Learn about the natural history, challenges and successes of Loons in New Hampshire on Tuesday , June 30 at 7 p.m., at the Gilmanton Year-Round Library. Harry Vogel, Executive Director of the Loon Preservation Committee, will present the program which is free and open to the public.
The Library is on NH Route 140 in Gilmanton Iron Works, opposite the Gilmanton School.
Harry Vogel as been studying loons for close to 20 years as researcher and then project biologist for the Canadian Lakes Loon Survey of Bird Studies Canada. He currently serves as senior biologist/executive director of New Hampshire's Loon Preservation Committee. He is co-chair of the Northeast Loon Study Working Group, a consortium of government and non-governmental organizations from throughout the New England states and the Canadian Maritimes, working on issues affecting loons and other wildlife in the northeast.
A biologist by training, Harry says that he now spends too much time behind a desk fighting mounds of paperwork. "I duck these responsibilities and get out into the field as much as I possibly can."
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 June 2015 06:45
LACONIA — Beginning on Monday, June 22, The Laconia Historical and Museum Society and The Laconia Public Library will begin creating a gallery of Children's Art. Laconia's students in grades K-12 (homeschoolers are also eligible) are invited to submit an original piece of artistic work – a drawing, painting, sculpture or other art form – that depicts some aspect of Laconia's Colonial Theater.
Entries will be judged in three categories – Elementary, Middle and High School and will be accepted through July 17. All participants will receive certificates of merit and will be eligible for entry into prize drawings. Entry forms are available at The Laconia Public Library.
Winners will be announced on July 28 at 6 pm at The Laconia Public Library in the Exhibit Hall.
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 June 2015 06:43
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