Monthly Senior Health Clinic Back on the Hub Schedule 

Registration is open for an ongoing Zoom Yoga class 

Press release

Zoom Yoga to start — Thursdays, 8:30-9:30 AM starting September 3: Starting this week, The Andover Community Hub will offer an opportunity to take part in an ongoing “Gentle Flow” yoga class from the comfort of your own home via Zoom on Thursday mornings, from 8:30 – 9:30 AM. Beginners as well as those with […]

Draft Minutes of FNRT-MC Board Meeting – August 19, 2020

By George Heaton

Draft Minutes of FNRT-MC Board Meeting (held via Zoom) August 19, 2020 Board Attendees:  Alex Bernhard, Steve Darling, George Heaton, Craig Heim, Lindy Heim, Charles Martin, Myra Mayman, Ricker Miller, Chris Norris, Steve Rasche, Jack Shields, Peter Southworth. Guests and Loyal Trail Supporters:  Barbara Couturier, Patrice Rasche New Board Members;  Renewed Commitment Preamble:  Welcome to […]

Andover Community Church – September 2020

Congratulations to Irene Jewett on her 99th birthday

By Sandy Miller
Andover Community Church – September 2020

Congratulations to Irene Jewett on the celebration of her 99th birthday on July 30. Irene, who lives on Maple Street in East Andover, has been a member of the Church for about 75 years and has been active in both the Church and town affairs. She is affectionately known as “the Mayor.”  The Church congregation […]

Share A Life-Changing Event With Your Fellow Andoverites

Hub compiling "Story of My Life" virtual program

By Larry Chase

Have you lived in Andover for, say, a decade or more?  If yes, have you experienced an event that has changed your life?  If you have a story to share with your fellow Andoverites, The Andover Community Hub may offer an opportunity. You’re probably familiar with “The Moth Radio Hour,” aired on local NPR stations […]

Zoom Yoga Class to be Offered Through Andover Community Hub

Taught by Maris Wofsy of Salisbury

By Susan Chase

Beginning in September, The Andover Community Hub will offer an opportunity to take part in an ongoing “Gentle Flow” yoga class from the comfort of your own home via Zoom.  The class will meet on Thursday mornings from 8:30 to 9:30 AM, and beginners as well as those with yoga experience are welcome to join […]

Repeat Sale of Antiques to be Held Inside Freight Shed

2021 AHS calendar will be available

By Larry Chase
Repeat Sale of Antiques to be Held Inside Freight Shed

On Saturday, Sept. 19, between 10 AM and 4 PM, the Historical Society will hold a repeat sale of antiques and historical items inside its freight shed, and — weather permitting — an outdoor flea market, both on the grounds of the Potter Place railroad station.  Social distancing will be in effect.  The Andover Historical […]

Spring Ledge Farm To Help Enrich AHS Grounds

Focus will be on era-appropriate “heritage plantings”

By Larry Chase Andover Historical Society
Spring Ledge Farm To Help Enrich AHS Grounds

On a sunny August morning in Andover, on land once owned by famed 19th-century magician Richard Potter, a meeting  between representatives of New London’s Spring Ledge Farm and members of the Andover Historical Society board of trustees took place. Its purpose: to discuss a plan to enhance, enrich, and expand the gardens on the land, […]

Draft Minutes of FNRT-MC Board Meeting – July 15, 2020

By George Heaton

Condensed from draft minutes Board Attendees:  Alex Bernhard, Steve Darling, George Heaton, Craig Heim, Lindy Heim, Charles Martin, Myra Mayman, Chris Norris, Jack Shields, Nita Tomaszewski, and Peter Southworth. Loyal Trail Supporters:  Ricker Miller, Patrice Rasche, Steve Rasche With robust attendance again via Zoom, the Board focused on summer projects underway and under consideration. Treasurer’s […]

Local Historical Societies Showcase Impact of Railroad Era in Our Area

“All Aboard” exhibit at Potter Place Museum

By Larry Chase Andover Historical Society
Local Historical Societies Showcase Impact of Railroad Era in Our Area

Funded in part by a grant from New Hampshire Humanities, more than a dozen historical societies, museums,  and other nonprofit organizations in the Central New Hampshire area are collaborating to tell the story of the enormous local impact of area railroads via a year-long, multi-community, multi-dimensional effort titled “All Aboard! Economic, Social, and Environmental Change […]

Work Begins to Refurbish and Repair 1932 Caboose Gifted in 1987

Bentwood Construction was chosen to work on the project

By Bob Norander
Work Begins to Refurbish and Repair 1932 Caboose Gifted in 1987

The Andover Historical Society’s caboose was received as a gift from the Wolfeboro Railroad in 1987. Our research  revealed the caboose was  built in 1923 and had been owned and operated by the Central Vermont Railroad as late as 1967, or perhaps even later. Although the caboose was intact upon its arrival in Andover, the […]

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