Announcements published Oct. 6, 2022

Published: 10/6/2022 10:28:36 AM
Modified: 10/6/2022 10:24:19 AM
Hillsborough Harvest Supper

Smith Church in Hillsborough is happy to announce the return of its Harvest Supper. On Oct. 19, the great Thanksgiving-like dinner will be served to the community at large. This meal will consist of roast turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes with gravy, cranberry sauce, butternut squash, peas, rolls and butter with cider, coffee and tea, and pies for dessert served from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children 10 and under. Take out and curbside will be available by reservation only. We are pleased to be able to offer this great community tradition once again. For more information call 464-3529.

Boscawen Make & Take

Twiggs Gallery in Boscawen will be offering a free Make & Take on Oct. 8. Drop in anytime from 1 to 3 p.m. to make an adorable Fall Hedgehog using autumn leaves and a little creativity! It’s the perfect Saturday activity to do with the kids or grandkids. Twiggs Gallery will have everything you need to make this fun craft. More information about events at Twiggs Gallery is on their website at TwiggsGallery.WordPress.com. Twiggs Gallery is handicapped accessible and located at 254 King St., Jct. Route 3 and 4, in Boscawen.

New London Open studio

Open Art Studios is starting up again on Oct. 8 and 9 at the Center for the Arts! It’s been two years since these local artists opened their working studios to the public. Three modernist artists in New London and N. Sutton will be open on Columbus Day weekend. Come and meet the artists, see their work, chat with them about their experimentations. Visit centerfortheartsnh.org/open-studios for more.

Warner Free museum admission

In celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day on Oct. 10, the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum is offering free admission for all from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The museum collections include local Native artifacts as well as artifacts from regions across the continent. Visitors will learn about the different Native cultures in various parts of the country, including the recent addition of Hopi Katsina carvings. Visitors are invited to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the peacefulness of the grounds. A stroll through the Medicine Woods will bring enlightenment as to how the Native people historically used plants and trees for medicine, food and shelter. More information may be found at indianmuseum.org.

Warner Girl Scouts

Come explore Girl Scouts on Oct. 13, from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Pillsbury Free Library, 18 E. Main St., Warner. Girls in Kindergarten to Grade 3, and a caregiver, are invited to learn about opportunities to get involved in your community. Try out sample activities and see the many ways to get involved. Can’t make it to the events? No worries! We host multiple in-person and virtual sign-up events throughout the year. You can also join anytime online at girlscoutsgwm.org. Walk-ins are welcome. See more at https://bit.ly/3URLQlj.

Meredith Pumpkin ale toast

On Oct. 14 from 3 to 9 p.m., raise your pint to a toast at 4 p.m. and join our celebration at Twin Barns Brewing, 194 DW Hwy., Meredith. Sponsored by Northway Bank. Join us for the release of NH Pumpkin Fest Ale, a new seasonal ale brewed with roasted pumpkins from Moulton Farm, spices and malted rye to make it the perfect festival beer! Live music, raffles & more. Open to the public. Visit www.lakesregionchamber.org for more information.

Hopkinton Girl Scout space activities

Bring a friend, make new ones, and join us for a free out-of-this-world Girl Scout event. Caregivers will learn all about Girl Scouts and troop openings while their girls participate in fun space-themed activities. Launch into Girl Scouts on Oct. 19, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Maple Street School, 194 Maple St., Hopkinton. Can’t make it to the event? No worries! We host multiple in-person and virtual sign-up events throughout the year. You can also join anytime online at girlscoutsgwm.org. Walk-ins are welcome.

Durham Virtual program

The Museum of Art presents, Autumn and Winter Through Abenaki Stories, a storytelling event with Anne Jennison on Oct. 6 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free of charge but registration is required at https://unh.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAtde2hrT0pHNBUHa35n_NN-V3KECWNpdi8. This is a complimentary program to the exhibition, Passing By Autumn and Winter, on view through Dec. 3 at the Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire. The Museum will be closed from Nov. 23 to 27.


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