Growing up in town Pembroke/Allenstown event

Published: 5/16/2019 1:34:54 PM
Modified: 5/16/2019 1:34:44 PM
Pembroke / AllenstownGrowing up in town

The Pembroke Historical Society will host an event May 23 at 6:30 p.m. entitled “Growing Up in Pembroke and Allenstown in the late 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.” Attendees are welcome to share memories, view pictures of the time period and hear from keynote speakers Hector Edmond, Florence Woods, Tom Petit and Armand Verville. The event will be held at Pembroke Town Library, 313 Pembroke St., Pembroke, 03275.

HopkintonVolunteer at cemetery

We are looking for volunteers to help keep our cemeteries beautiful. Join us at Putney Hill Cemetery on Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Experienced volunteers from the New Hampshire Old Graveyard Association will be demonstrating how to clean our gravestones and return them to an upright position using shovels, wedges, and pea stones. We will supply hot coffee and snacks. You bring work/gardening gloves (your hands will get wet), shovels, bug spray, water to drink, and your love for our old cemeteries. Contact Cemetery Trustee Lynn Clark for more information or to RSVP rubylynn862@gmail.com or 746-4873.

BarnsteadMilfoil Awareness Day

You are cordially invited to attend Milfoil Awareness Day. This educational event will provide information on milfoil, the invasive species that is growing rampant in the Suncook River as well as the efforts being made to control the milfoil and how you can help with these efforts. This event will be held on June 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 20 Parade Road in Barnstead. Information about milfoil and refreshments will be available under a tent. Ed Neister will be giving a demonstration on milfoil removal. Ken LeGrow will provide boat rides out to view the milfoil removal boat in action. This event is sponsored by Friends of the Suncook River, free of charge.




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