GILFORD — A corned beef dinner with all the fixings will be held at the Belknap County Sportsmen's Association club house on Lily Pond Road on Thursday, March 19 at 6 p.m.
During the event, Hans Hug, Jr. will present a program "The Underwater History Of Lake Winnipesaukee". An avid diver, he has been collecting artifacts and taking videos of what rests on the bottom for years. The presentation is suggest for anyone interested in the history of the Lake.
Admission is $10 per person water and soda provided. BYOB.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 March 2015 08:05
PLYMOUTH — This spring marks the one year anniversary of curling at the Plymouth State University Ice Arena. With the nearest clubs in Conway and Nashua, the Lakes Region and White Mountains region of New Hampshire have a gem, or more suitably, "stones", in the Plymouth Rocks Curling Club.
The sport of curling can provide individuals a social, leisurely night out where they can learn something new and have a blast doing it. The team names alone exemplify the light-hearted spirit of the game, with names such as Broom Broom Pow, Hammer Time, Sweeping Beauties, Curling Irons, Crowded House and Curl Power. Much like a bowling league, curling epitomizes recreational entertainment for friends & families alike.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 March 2015 02:02
MEREDITH — Golden View Health Care Center invites the public to attend a free coffee tasting and presentation by Laconia's Woodshed Roasting Company on Wednesday, March 18 from 10-11 a.m. in Golden View's new assisted living option, The Terrace, located at 19 NH Route 104 in Meredith.
During the presentation, guests will be able to taste some of Woodshed Roasting Company's delicious coffee while learning all about the roasting process. Light refreshments will also be provided. RSVPs are encouraged as seating is limited. A snow date is set for Wednesday, March 25 from 10-11 am.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 March 2015 08:04
MEREDITH — The Greater Meredith Program held its annual meeting at Church Landing on Thursday, March 5 to celebrate its accomplishments in 2014 and honored those who had made special contributions. The Meredith Sculpture Walk, the GMP's 2014 Signature Project, was highlighted along with reports from the Career Partnership Program and the Design, Beautification and Promotion Committees.
For their outstanding contributions to the Meredith Sculpture Walk, GMP Board Member of the Year awards were given to Katheryn Rolfe and Bev Lapham and the Volunteer of the Year Award was presented to Monica Philbin. GMP Honors Awards were given to Roger Nash, for his contributions to the town and who is retiring after forty years in the real estate business and to Ginny and Miller Lovett for being long time leaders in the community.
Paul Ristaino, Brian Grinivac and Bob O'Neil from the Meredith Dept. of Public Works as well as Paul Euiler from Mill Falls at the Lake received "Golden Shovel Awards" for their great help and enthusiasm installing sculptures in the town parks and Mill Falls marketplace for the GMP Meredith Sculpture Walk.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 March 2015 07:54
- Plymouth Congregational church presents Asylum Saxophone Quartet
- Bucky Lewis comedy tonight at Lochmere
- Barbara Normandin heads Franklin VNA & hospice
- Lakes region tea party will hear presidential candidate dennis lynch
- St. Patrick’s Day event at Black Swan Inn on Tues.
- Family violence prevention officers elected