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 Santa came to Wilmot!

 Santa came to Wilmot!

Wilmot’s good little girls and boys had a chance to see Santa, not once but twice during a fun-filled afternoon on December 10. The event began at the Wilmot Community Association (WCA) Red Barn and ended at the Wilmot Public Library. Mary Kulacz from the WCA board of directors and Michelle Travis, Library Director organized […]

Announcing 2018 Winter Performing Arts Series

Announcing the Center for The Arts’ 2018 Winter Performing Arts Series January 13th North Country Chordsmen Concert Enjoy an evening of high quality acapella with popular music including ballads, upbeat tunes, specialty songs, and comedy, all in 4-part  acapella style known as “Barbershop”. Saturday, January 13th, at 7pm at Whipple Hall (on the corner of […]

Merrimack River Watershed Association Annual Meeting

LOWELL — Join the Merrimack River Watershed Association for an evening of local brews, good cheer and fascinating “river talk” at its annual meeting at Navigation Brewing Co. on Jan. 10. Featured speaker Richard Howe will present “Bypassing the Falls: How Two Lowell Canals Changed the History of the Merrimack Valley.” For more than a […]

Franklin Savings Bank Employees Spread Holiday Cheer to 50 Children in Franklin this Holiday Season

Franklin Savings Bank Employees Spread Holiday Cheer to 50 Children in Franklin this Holiday Season

FRANKLIN, NH (DECEMBER 18, 2017) – The employees at Franklin Savings Bank fulfilled the wishes of 50 children in need this holiday season through Toys for Tots, an annual program coordinated by the Franklin Police Department.  Since 1992, the bank has sponsored 1,151 children through its participation in this annual campaign. “This is just one […]

2018 New Hampshire Fishing and Hunting Licenses Available

CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire fishing and hunting licenses for 2018 are now available. Purchase yours and get set for a WILD year of outdoor adventure, from ice fishing this winter to bagging your deer next fall. Licenses are good for the calendar year, from January 1 through December 31, 2018. Purchase online at www.nhfishandgame.com, […]

Growing Hope with Hospice Garden

FRANKLIN – Think tranquility. Just for a bit. Forget the snow, the salt and the ice melt. Forget the stress of life and everything that’s pulling you in a million different directions at the same time. For just a moment, think flowers. Think of stones warmed by the sun, a celebration of the cycle of […]

Church Makes Quilts for Merrimack County Home

Church Makes Quilts for Merrimack County Home

  Alice Rolfe of the Webster Congregational Church appointed Terry Ohlson Martin to spearhead a project to give every resident of Merrimack County Nursing Home a handmade quilt, blanket or afghan. After hearing the number of residents (290) at the nursing home and (29) at the assisted living, Terry turned to FaceBook! From October until […]


Are you enjoying these frigid temperatures? If the outdoors is too cold for you, then it’s too cold for your pets too. Animals need much more pampering during the winter months to battle the cold. Here are some tips to help keep your furry friends safe and healthy during the winter. FEED! Animals tend to […]

The Fells Estate Winter Programs and Events

January First Thursday Hike at The Fells Thursday, January 4, 11am Join Brick Moltz, Education Director at The Fells, for a one-hour hike on The Fells property. These informal, moderate walks will be an opportunity to get a little exercise, spend time out in the landscape, and perhaps discover something new about the property once […]

Chapin Center Announces January Schedule

Tom & Tom’s Men’s Discussion Group Mondays  8:45am We want to hear your stories and we’ll share a few of our own. Come visit over an endless cup of coffee! This is a walk-in program. Chair Exercises Mondays and Fridays  10:15am This low impact exercise program is perfect for those looking for an easy, effective exercise routine. […]