Rock Trio Plays Tribute to Simon and Garfunkel, James Taylor

Saturday, April 15; 7:30 PM

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Franklin Opera House Presents “Good Acoustics A Tribute to the Music of Simon and Garfunkel and James Taylor Sponsored by Franklin Savings Bank. Saturday, April 15, at 7:30 PM. Tickets available now at FOHNH.ORG. Adults $26.00, Seniors and Students $24.00 This acoustic-rock trio passionately performs spot-on renditions of all the beloved Simon and Garfunkel hits, […]

Franklin BPW selects Jasmyn Griffith as 2023 Young Careerist

Program created in 1964 by Virginia Allan Young

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Franklin BPW selects Jasmyn Griffith as 2023 Young Careerist

Jasmyn Griffith, Small Business Owner and Stylist at Hair and Company in Franklin, was selected as the 2023 Young Careerist by the Franklin Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Group. She is the 55th recipient of this award and was recognized at a dinner held at the Franklin Lodge of Elks in Franklin, on February 15. […]

COA Chapin Senior Center April, 2023 Program List

Monday, April 3 Indoor Walking at Proctor Academy’s Field House, Andover – 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 waiver form (first time […]

Eagle Pond Winter Crops Weren’t Always Poetry and Prose

Hauling wood and cutting ice filled days

By Mary Lyn Ray
Eagle Pond Winter Crops Weren’t Always Poetry and Prose

Winter was not a time of indolence or hibernation at Eagle Pond Farm in the days before its main crops were Donald Hall’s and Jane Kenyon’s poetry and prose. Winter in those earlier years was when wood for the stoves, cut in summer, had to be hauled from the steep slopes of Ragged as soon […]

WCA and Wilmot Garden Club Sponsor Program about Pollinator Gardens

Plant a pollinator-friendly garden 

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Learn how to plan and plant a pollinator-friendly garden at 1:30 PM on Sunday, March 26 at the Wilmot Community Association’s (WCA) Red Barn, 64 Village Road in Wilmot. This free program is sponsored by the WCA and the Wilmot Garden Club. Suzanne Paul, owner of Wilmot-based Terra Niche, will discuss how homeowners can add […]

SRK Annual Meeting on March 26 

Potluck supper at 5 PM

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SRK Annual Meeting on March 26 

The 2023 Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway (SRKG) Annual Meeting will be held at the Sutton First Free Will Baptist Church beside Kezar Lake in North Sutton on Sunday, March 26. The evening begins with a Potluck Supper starting at 5 PM. All are welcome to join, but please bring a dish to share.  The SRKG board will […]

St. Patrick Comes to New London Via the McGonagle Dan

March 19; Adults $18, Members $15, Students $8

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March is the month to celebrate your Irish ancestry (or “wanna be” ancestry) with all the music, dancing, and laughter of St. Patrick’s Day.  On Sunday, March 19 at 4 PM the Center for the Arts will be presenting Irish music performed by the Sunapee Singers and Irish Step Dancing by the McGonagle Irish Step […]

The Coffin Ship: Life and Death at Sea During the Great Irish Famine

A program at Wilmot Public Library

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Wilmot Public Library presents a New Hampshire Humanities program based on The Coffin Ship: Life and Death at Sea During the Great Irish Famine by Cian T. McMahon. The discussion will be led by Professor Mary Kelly of Franklin Pierce University. The program will be presented on Saturday, March 11, at 1 PM on Zoom […]

Kearsarge Area Senior Luncheon Scheduled for March 16

Featuring flutist Nola Aldrich

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Flutist Nola Aldrich will provide musical entertainment at the Kearsarge Area Senior Luncheon on Thursday, March 16.  Nola performs regularly as a longtime member of the Kearsarge Community Band, also playing the piccolo and conducting at times.  She shares her musical talent with many other local groups as well, including the Wilmot Congregational Church, the […]

Food Pantry Asks Gardeners to “Sow a Row”

Consider planting extra veggies

By Cheryl Swenson

Are you an enthusiastic home gardener?  Can’t wait to get your hands dirty?  Are you spending the winter looking through seed catalogs and dreaming of your summer vegetable crops?  While you still have the time to plan, please consider planting an extra row or two of vegetables for Twin Rivers Food Pantry in Franklin, which […]