Crafts and goodies for sale during annual winter fair
March 17, 2015 - garden totes
Crafts and goodies for sale during annual winter fair
∎ The third annual Winter Blowout Craft and Vendor Fair will be Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a Merrimack Valley High School cafeteria, sponsored by a MVHS Key Club. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Now usurpation donations for a Friends Program
∎ East Congregational Church is collecting equipment for a Friends Program by March. All are invited to attend to support this critical village resource. A finish list of indispensable equipment can be found during eastchurchucc.org.
∎ Grace Episcopal Church, 30 Eastman St., will offer a baked ham cooking Friday from 5 to 6 p.m. The repast is open to a open with donations perceived going to support a church’s Take a Tote food method during Mill Brook School.
∎ The Walking Group will accommodate during 11 a.m. Wednesday during a Heights Community Center and will travel a mile inside a center. All those age 50 and comparison are acquire to come and travel during their possess pace. Each time participants finish 2 miles of walking, they can enter their name into a raffle for a $25 benefaction card. The initial sketch will be Wednesday and a sketch will be reason any 3 months. In warmer weather, walking will take place outdoors.
∎ All Concord seniors age 50 and comparison are acquire to join a crafts organisation during a Heights Community Center Friday. They will be creation Easter cards.
∎ Concord Grange 322 voted to benefaction $25 to a Meals on Wheels Program in memory of Irene Spaulding. Members are reminded to send St. Patrick’s Day cards to their tip pals. The subsequent assembly will be Mar 23 during 7 p.m. State Deputy Dorothy Haskins will present. Call Dick Patten during 496-2917 for grange information.
∎ The East Concord Garden Club will offer a $500 grant to high propagandize seniors who reside in Merrimack County and devise to investigate forestry, agriculture, botany, environmental scholarship or a associated topic. Applications are accessible in superintendence offices online and contingency be perceived by May 1. For any questions, email a bar during firstname.lastname@example.org.
∎ The garden club’s annual plant sale will be reason May 16. Come early during 8 a.m. for a best selections.
∎ The garden bar will accommodate Apr 14 for a turn list contention and questions. The bar can be reached during email@example.com. The assembly will be reason during Shaker Road School during 6:30 p.m.
∎ A Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all!
Food, song and art during Intown Concord auction
∎ Intown Concord will reason a annual assembly and art auction Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. during a Kimball-Jenkins Estate Carriage House. Enjoy an dusk of tasty food, internal music, village awards and a famous auction. Tickets are $20 in allege or $25 during a door. For some-more information or to squeeze tickets, revisit intownconcord.org or call 226-2150.
∎ The Pope Memorial SPCA is teaming adult with Margaritas Mexican Restaurant on Wednesday from 4 to 10 p.m. Margaritas will horde a Noche Mexicana Fundraiser and benefaction 15 percent of pre-taxed food and libation sales from participating families, friends and supporters to a Pope Memorial SPCA. Guests can select equipment from any of their menus, takeout orders included. Make certain to let a horde or server know that we are there to support a fundraiser by presenting a document from popememorialspca.org. For some-more information, call 856-8756.
∎ Bishop Brady High School’s second annual open jam will be reason Saturday during 6:30 p.m. featuring alumni bands Pat The Hats, Jasmine, and Back 2 Back. Tickets are $5 and a deduction advantage Bishop Brady’s excellent humanities department. To haven tickets, revisit bishopbrady.edu.
∎ Concord Community Concerts tops off a third deteriorate of “Merrimack Music” on Mar 22 during 3 p.m., with a categorical theatre uncover during a Audi featuring Dusty Gray, Ben Knight Band and Pat The Hats. The all-ages unison array showcasing New Hampshire artists is free, interjection to a Walker Lecture Fund and a Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation. For some-more information, call 344-4747.
∎ Concord’s quarterly skill taxes are due before Mar 31.
∎ Happy Birthday Bryan Anderson!
Free health hospital for low-income residents
∎ The Downtown Clinic, that is hosted by St. Paul’s Church, 21 Centre St., will be a third Wednesday of any month from 6 to 8 p.m. Clinic services are giveaway to those who do not have insurance. Individuals will be means to reconnect with a doctor, have strident problems evaluated, accept family highlight conversing and accept financial and medication assistance. Use a Centre Street entrance.
∎ The sixth annual Community Souper Fest will take place on Mar 28 during Rundlett Middle School, 144 South St. The day will embody good food, games and live music. The Funfest takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. with party for kids of all ages. The Musicfest will take place from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. featuring David Shore’s Trunk-O-Funk. Soupfest will be reason from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. with homemade soups, breads and desserts combined by internal luminary chefs in further to live song by a Jazz Dogs. Local Celebrity Chefs embody Hope Butterworth, Peter Evers, Dan Feltes, Laura Knoy, Claudia Walker and many others. A suggested concession of $10 will advantage a Concord Coalition to End Homelessness. Visit concordhomelessness.org for some-more information.
∎ Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association binds a men’s grief contention organisation on a second and fourth Thursday of any month from 9 to 10 a.m. during Wesley United Methodist Church, 79 Clinton St. No registration is required.