MEREDITH — The Meredith Parks & Recreation Department has a limited number of tickets left for the Red Sox trip on Friday, July 18th. Come join us as we ride in style in a comfortable coach bus to and from Fenway, departing from the Meredith Community Center at 3 pm with an estimated arrival of 5:30 at Fenway. The Red Sox will be taking on the Kansas City Royals at 7:10 so there will be plenty of time to explore the park prior to the start of the game.
The fee includes the bus ride to and from, parking at Fenway and the ticket itself; the fee for Meredith residents is $75 and for non-residents it's $85 per person.
For more information call the Community Center at 279-8197 or our website www.meredithnh.org . There are only a small number of tickets left and are available until they are sold out.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 10:06
LACONIA — Holy Trinity School has announced that Mary Jane Cooney will be the School's new principal.
Mrs. Cooney first became involved with Holy Trinity School in 2012, after moving to the area. She has acted as a volunteer, substitute teacher and as a grandparent, having a grandson in the HTS eighth grade class. As a graduate from Catholic school herself, and sending her children to Catholic School, Mrs. Cooney is committed to the values a Catholic education provides.
Realizing she has big shoes to fill, taking the reins from retired principal, Jack Fortier, Cooney brings her management and communication skills partnered with her respect for the Catholic Church and Catholic education. She realizes the partnerships between staff, family, and the community are the center of what makes Holy Trinity School so special. "It is my goal to work collaboratively with all of you, and I will work hard to earn your trust and respect," Cooney explained to school staff and families while introducing herself.
Her goal is to continue the positive culture and keep the strong connections to ensure the best education possible for all Holy Trinity School students. Cooney began her post on July 1 and is eagerly anticipating the start of the 2014-15 school year.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 10:03
HOLDERNESS — Squam Lake Artisans have opened their gallery set in the beautiful grounds of Kirkwood Gardens in the village of Holderness for the 2014 season. This marks the ninth season for the artisans, all juried artists and craftsmen from central New Hampshire.
The gallery is a cooperative of thirty members. The local community and visitors will find a diverse range of quality art work including nature and landscape photography; watercolor and oil paintings; digital painted prints and other wall art. Hand-crafted Shaker boxes; greeting cards; printed, felted, and quilted textiles; mixed-fiber knitted item; sculptured woodenware; decorative and functional pottery; fused, slumped and stained glass; and silver, beaded, glass and ceramic jewelry are some of the array of creative items offered. Also available are sandcast garden accents, home décor items crafted from birch bark and other natural materials, endearing stuffed critters, seasonal ornaments, as well as whimsical art and treasure boxes.
Gallery hours are 10-5 daily until Labor Day weekend; 10-5 Friday through Monday from Labor Day through Columbus Day weekend. The 2014 season closes on October 13. To reach the Gallery from Interstate-93 (North or South) take exit 24 (Ashland/Holderness exit) Route 3 South (approximately 4 miles).
While visiting Squam Lake Artisans, stroll through the beautiful Kirkwood Gardens, which are open free to the public. Linger for refreshments on the porch of the Kirkwood Café or enjoy a day of discovery at the Squam Lake Natural Science Center. For more information, call (603) 968-9525 or visit the gallery's website: www.squamlakeartisans.com.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 09:58
MOULTONBOROUGH — The Loon Center will host a program on Thursday, July 17, at 7:30 p.m. "The New Hampshire Coyote." There is free admission.
Guests will discover the history of the coyote in New Hampshire with Kristine Rines, certified wildlife biologist. Learn the
genetic origins, life history, status, reality vs. myth and how to live with coyotes as neighbors. Rines worked 30 years
for NH Fish & Game, 28 of those as moose project leader and Region 2 biologist.
Held at the Loon Center by the Loon Preservation Committee, The Summer Nature Talks are given every Thursday evening at 7:30 pm during the months of July and August. All programs are free admission. Come early and browse The Loon's Feather Gift shop.
For 37 years the Loon Preservation Committee has worked to preserve the Common Loon and its habitat in New Hampshire through research, education, and management activities.
Next Thursday, July 24th, Ben Kilham will present "What Bears Have Taught Me About Being Human".
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 09:53
- Pitmans Hosting Zeke Martin and Oracle Jazz Thursday
- Get Booked with Authors Marshall Adair and Carole Rogers at Gilford Library
- Belmont Man Wins Laconia Rotary Club Raffle
- 17th Annual Jewish Food Festival at Temple B'Nai Israel Sunday
- Balladeer Jim Barnes to perform at Laconia's Rotary Park on Wednesday
- Greater Meredith Program summer meeting is Saturday