COA Chapin Senior Center – February 2022 Program Schedule

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February 2022 Tuesday, February 1, 2022 Indoor Walking at Proctor Academy’s Field House – 8:30 – 10 AM Enjoy year-round walking without worrying about the weather. Please walk in clean, dry footwear. You are encouraged to walk with a partner. Please visit the COA registration area in the field house to complete a wavier form […]

South Danbury Church News, February 2022

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During the unpredictable COVID surge and February’s wintry weather, please check the South Danbury Church Facebook page each week for news about Sunday worship services and other church events.  We had such a happy time with Santa’s visit in December that (weather permitting) we plan to have an outdoor Valentine-themed drive-by donation event – “Love […]

South Danbury Church News January 2022

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South Danbury Church News January 2022

Thank you to everyone who supported and participated in South Danbury Church activities in 2021!  During the year, the church was fortunate to have several COVID-compliant events: an Easter Sunrise service in April, a Summer Happy Hour in July, an Autumn Happy Hour and Pie Sale in October, and a Holiday Happy Hour in November. […]

Peabody Place Gets Fundraising Help from Newly Formed Auxiliary

Group formerly helped Franklin Hospital

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Peabody Place Gets Fundraising Help from Newly Formed Auxiliary

Peabody Place, Franklin, announces the formation of the Peabody Auxiliary, comprising a well-connected professional group of women interested in promoting and supporting the mission of this senior living community in the Lakes Region.   Peabody Place represents the transition of the older Peabody Home; a beloved post-war mansion on Central Street, where seniors from the […]

Franklin Animal Shelter Hires New Shelter Manager

The shelter will be open again soon

By Jeff LeBlanc

The Board of Directors of the Franklin Animal Shelter is pleased to announce that we have hired a new Shelter Manager to oversee operations.  After reviewing various candidates, the Board has unanimously promoted Krista Hebert to the position of Shelter Manager.  Previously, Krista was serving as Interim Shelter Manager while the search was being conducted. […]

“Tapestry Tuesdays” to Feature Lectures, Poetry Readings, and More

Speakers and artists will share their expertise

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The Center for the Arts, Lake Sunapee Region is pleased to announce a new event series beginning in January.  On the third Tuesday of every month, they will share a variety of events ranging from lectures to poetry readings to workshops under the title Tapestry Tuesdays. All three guilds within the Center for the Arts […]

Senior Luncheon Cancelled for January 20, 2022

Concerns about COVID-19 persist

By Chris Jenssen and Lindy Heim

Out of concern for our seniors, the January 20 Kearsarge Area Senior Luncheon in Wilmot is canceled. While we hate to disappoint the 40 plus guests who gathered in October and November to share a hot meal and each other’s company, we have decided to cancel the January luncheon out of concern for everyone’s health. […]

“Eat, Drink, and be Murdered” Coming to Franklin Opera House

A Murder Mystery Dessert Theater experience

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“Eat, Drink, and be Murdered” Coming to Franklin Opera House

“Eat, Drink, and be Murdered” is a Murder Mystery Dessert Theater Experience. The feud between the O’Rileys and the McFaddens continues. It’s Rose McFadden’s 80th birthday, and her sister is still convinced Rose has made her fortune from stealing the family recipe for whiskey. Good old-fashioned family hysterics will have you laughing throughout the evening […]

Eight-Year-Old Missy Needs to Find a Forever Home

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Mix, Female

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Eight-Year-Old Missy Needs to Find a Forever Home

For anyone who has been following our adoptable pets, you may remember this sweet face. It just now has some gray. Missy is back and ready to be adopted by her forever home. Missy is eight years old. She has arthritis, allergies, and she does not get along with other animals whatsoever, not negotiable in […]

Annual Holiday Shopping Event Offers Locally Made Gifts

Friday, December 3 and Saturday, December 4

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On December 3, from 5 to 7 PM, and December 4, from 10 AM to 4 PM, the Warner Historical Society throws open the doors to the Upton Chandler House Museum for its annual Holiday Artisans shopping event.  The rooms will be full of artwork, wall hangings, table runners, notecards, ornaments, gourds, turned bowls, jewelry, […]

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