Wilmot Animal Sanctuary Offers a Loving Home to Select Animals

Visitors welcomed by appointment; bring a picnic!

By Shelley Geoghegan
Wilmot Animal Sanctuary Offers a Loving Home to Select Animals

The first thing one feels when stepping out of the car at the Bark & Bray Farm and Animal Sanctuary in Wilmot is the peacefulness. It is palpable. Next, there is the earthy scent of dirt and manure, typical of any farm with animals, mixed with new spring smells. Then, scattered around large fenced in […]

Home Creators Expo 2024 in Hartford, Vt

Saturday, June 1, 10 AM to 3 PM

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Home Creators Expo 2024 in Hartford, Vt

May 16, White River Junction, Vt. – The news is full of stories about our region’s housing shortage and its impact on every aspect of community and individual health and well-being. One event, however, gives individual homeowners the expert knowledge and resources to help address that crisis and earn rental income by building “accessory dwelling […]

Spending Time in Nature Benefits Health and Well-Being

Sunset Health Education Institute promotes wellness

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Nature and health — is there a connection? Spending time in nature promotes relaxation, rejuvenation, and emotional well-being, contributing to disease prevention and immune function. Our environment plays a fundamental role in shaping human development, promoting resilience, and fostering holistic health across the lifespan. Investing in environments that nurture the mind, spirit, and body is […]

First Annual Tennis Tournament Benefits Wilmot Animal Sanctuary

Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9; Colby Sawyer Courts

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Announcing the First Annual Bark & Bray Team Tennis Tournament benefiting Bark & Bray Farm Animal Sanctuary. Bark & Bray is a 501c3 nonprofit sanctuary in Wilmot, that provides a forever home to abused and neglected farm animals. The Bark & Bray Team Tennis Tournament is taking place on Saturday, June 8, and Sunday, June […]

Notice of Pecuniary Benefit Transaction

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Pursuant to the requirements of NH RSA 7:19-a, II(d), notice is hereby given that a pecuniary benefit transaction that exceeds $5,000.00 has occurred between Bark and Bray Farm and Animal Sanctuary Inc (“the Foundation”) and the following persons associated with the Foundation: Benjamin Taylor, President, and Jennifer Taylor, Executive Director, in the amount of Ten […]

Salisbury Happenings

Pamela Weeks speaks at June 18 meeting

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Congratulations to Logan Gabour, winner of our $3000 scholarship for 2024. At our May 21 meeting, Logan read his essay on Susan B. Anthony. He plans to attend the University of South Carolina in the fall. Following the announcement, we enjoyed speaking with Logan and his family over refreshments. The Hearse House Museum is now […]

Gardening with Natural Solutions and Essential Oils Make & Take Workshop

Saturday, June 15 at 1 PM

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Tresa Salters Presents ~ Gardening with Natural Solutions and Essential oils Make & Take Workshop. Please sign up on facebook or call/come into the library. 603 648 2278 Description: Workshop includes make and take home products. We will explore natural solutions and essential oils and how they are effective alternatives for safe, organic gardening. I […]

Secret Gardens of New London

Thursday, June 20, 9 AM to 3 PM

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Secret Gardens of New London

For the first time in many years, select private gardens in New London will be open to the public. The New London Garden Club chose six inspiring gardens for a rare “secret garden” self-guided tour. The gardens represent a variety of styles, from traditional to contemporary to pollinator/vegetable.  Tickets are on sale at Morgan Hill […]

WindowDressers 2024 Project

The goal is warmer homes and fuel savings.

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WindowDressers 2024 Project

WindowDressers is back for 2024. Last year 29 homes in the Kearsarge region were warmer while families saved money on reduced fuel costs. An estimated 1,686 gallons of fuel oil was saved through this Kearsarge WD project last year!   Thirty-eight percent of 209 inserts went to eight families with limited resources at reduced cost or […]

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