Franklin town crier for Nov. 28, 2021

Published: 11/28/2021 9:37:27 PM
Don’t miss festival

■Save the first two weekends of December for a visit to the 9th Annual Festival of Trees presented by Franklin Opera House. Admission is free and a sheet of 25 raffle tickets costs $5. An affordable holiday activity for all families. Flyers are posted around the city, or visit for details.

■“Elf: The Musical” will be presented the first two weekends of December, in conjunction with the Festival of Trees. Visit for details and to purchase tickets to the play.

■Downtown Franklin Holiday Stroll is Dec. 3 from 3 to 8 p.m. Enjoy caroling, Lights of Memory, holiday crafts, Santa’s Workshop at Bessie Rowell (Cash for Cans donations appreciated), and the traditional Tree Lighting at Marceau Park. Schedule at

■As part of the regular monthly City Council meeting, on Dec. 6 at 6 p.m, the council will consider Resolution #07-22, accepting and appropriation of ARP ESSER III Funds to the Franklin School District. Provisions for persons with special needs can be made by contacting the City Manager’s office, via telephone 934-3109 or mail at least five days prior to the meeting.

■Line dancing is offered at the TRIP Center every Friday from 10 to 11 a.m. As well as Keep Movin’, an exercise program for adults every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 8:30 to 9:15 a.m., Call 934-4151 for details.

■Meals to Go are distributed at the TRIP Center on Mondays as well as home delivery of Meals on Wheels. Call Nancy at 934-4151 for information.

■CAP Weatherization Program offers a scientific audit of your home to see if you qualify for fuel assistance and meet income guidelines for weatherization. Call 225-3295 for more information.

■The Franklin Rotary Club has a new meeting venue - the Episcopal Mission. They meet every Wednesday at noon, so mark your calendar ahead. Contact for more information. Visit for speaker info.

■Register now at Parks & Rec programs. Contact Karen at (603) 770-1851 for more information.

■Medicare Open Enrollment Period runs from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7. Last year ServiceLink offices saved New Hampshire Medicare recipients almost $3 million dollars. Call the resource center to schedule an appointment at 866-634-9412 or visit




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