Northern Stage Season of Shows: northernstage.org

Upcoming Colby-Sawyer College events: colby-sawyer.edu/events

Upcoming Events at Lebanon Opera House: lebanonoperahouse.org

Upcoming Events at New London Barn Playhouse: nlbarn.org

Upcoming Events at Hopkins Center for the Arts:  hop.dartmouth.edu


June 21

Returning the the Source of the Brook (advance registration req.), The Fells, 456 Rte 103A, Newbury, NH, summer solstice evening hike to reach the source of Beech Brook and a rugged 2+ mile off-trail hike to reach the summit of Sunset Hill, the ancestral Hay family summer picnic grounds, www.thefells.org, 763-4789 ext. 3

The Hard Row for Paupers, The Grange Hall, East Andover, NH, 7pm, examine how paupers were treated in alms houses and poor farms and how reformers eventually succeeded in closing them down, presented by Steve Taylor

LSRVNA Foot Clinic, New London Office, 107 Newport Road, New London, NH, 9:30-1:30pm, $25, by appt only, 526-4077

June 22

Concert, Mary D. Haddad Bandstand, Sargent Common, New London, NH, 6:30-8pm, if raining will be held at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall next to the Common, Kearsarge Community Band

John Hay, Friend of Giants (advanced registration req), The Fells, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH, 3-4pm, with author and historian Philip McFarland, members $10, non-members $15, 763-4789 ext. 3, www.thefells.org

June 23

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

4th Annual Strawberry Festival, Town Green, Main St., New London, NH, 10-3pm, vendors, crafts, food, more

Reading the Forest, Knights Hill Nature Park, 463 County Road, New London, NH, 9am, follow the park's naturalist to identify the history of the forest

Time Before NH:  The Land & Native Peoples of the Sunapee Region (advanced registration req.), The Fells, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH, 2-5pm, explore the traditional land use stewardship of the Alnobak, 2-5pm, members $10, non-members $15, children under 18 $5, families $25, 763-4789 ext. 3, www.thefells.org

June Jam, Muster Field Farm, Sutton, NH, gate opens 3:30pm, $15 at the gate, free for children under 15, info 927-4276 or www.musterfieldfarm.com

Eastman Day, NH Telephone Museum, 1 Depot St., Warner, NH, 10-4pm, residents of Eastman Community can enjoy 50% off admission to the museum, info 456-2234 or www.nhtelephonemuseum.org

June 24

An Afternoon of Sculpture and Jazz, The Fells, 456 Rte 103A, Newbury,, NH, 3-5pm, opening of Art in Nature 2018: Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit will feature live jazz music by Michael Parker Jazz Ensemble, libations, presentations, hors d'oeuvres, $50/person, call or order online at www.thefells.org

Strawberry Festival, New London Historical Society Village, 179 Little Sunapee Road, New London, NH, 2-4pm, info 526-6564, www.newlondonhistoricalsociety.org

Strawberry Festival, Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum and Nature Discovery Center, 18 Highlawn Road, Warner, NH, 10-3pm, nature activities for kids, etc., info www.ndcnh.org

Presentation at MainStreet BookEnds Gallery, 16 E. Main St., Warner, NH, 2pm, Robert Azzi, columnist for Concord Monitor with "The Other: To Be or Not to Be", a talk about being American-Arab-Muslim in America, all welcome, info 456-2700 or www.mainstreetbookends.com

Concert, Bradford Center Meetinghouse, 18 Rowe Mountain Road, Bradford, NH, 6-8pm, Decatur Creek, $10 donation, info 938-5372

Free Concert, The Newport Common, Newport, NH, 6-8pm, Murphy's Blues, bring lawn chair or blanket, if rain will move to Methodist Church on Park St.

June 25

LSRVNA Foot Clinic, New London Office, 107 Newport Rd., New London, NH, 9:30-1:30pm, $25, by appt only, 526-4077

June 26

Kite Flying Picnic, New London Historical Society, Little Lake Sunapee Road, New London, NH, bring a picnic and a kite, 5pm on

LSRVNA Free Blood Pressure Clinic, New London Office, 107 Newport Rd., New London, NH, 9-noon, no appt needed, info 526-4077

June 27

Raptor Encounter, The Fells, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH, 1-2pm, meet on the main house veranda, suitable for all ages, members free, non-members included in admission fee, advances registration req., info 763-4789 ext 3 or www.thefells.org

June 28

The Looming Threat of Antibiotic Resistance, presented by Dick Cavallaro, Woodcrest Community Room, Main Street, New London, NH, 3:30pm

June 29

Concert, Mary D. Haddad Bandstand, Sargent Common, New London, NH, 6:30-8pm, if raining will be held at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall next to the Common, Moonlighters, Big Band sound

Concert, The Livery, 58 Main St., Sunapee Harbor, NH, 7pm, Tyrell Wysocki, $15/person, info www.sunapeeheritagealliance.org

Concert, Jim Mitchell Community Park, 16 E. Main St., Warner, NH, 7-9:30pm, Don Guano & the Lo-fi Rebellion, info www.mainstreetwarnerinc.org

June 30

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

New England Deciduous Trees, Knights Hill Nature Park, 463 County Road, New London, NH, 9am, lear how to identify the deciduous tree species by leaves and bark

LSPA Photo and Poetry Reception, LSPA, 63 Main St., Sunapee Harbor, NH, 5:30-7:30pm, celebrating LSPA's 120th anniversary photo contest winners and the poets who have written their verse

6th Annual Lake-A-Thon, Pleasant Lake Dam & Public Boat Ramp, Elkins Road, New London, NH, 9-3pm

Gardening as if the World Depends on Us (advance registration req.), The Fells, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH, 10-noon, Tovah Martin shares ideas from gardeners who have made a difference, members $15, non-members $35, www.thefells.org

July 5

First Thursday Sculpture Hike at The Fells (advance registration req.), The Fells, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH, 11-noon, a moderate hike as you tour the new contemporary sculpture exhibit, members free, non-members pay site admission, www.thefells.org

July 6

Concert, Mary D. Haddad Bandstand, Sargent Common, New London, NH, 6:30-8pm, if raining will be held at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall next to the Common, Hopkinton Town Band

The Natural Lakeshore Habitat - A Closer Look (advance registration req.), The Fells, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH, 1-3pm, explore this ecotone or transitional meeting of where the water meets the land, members free, non-members pay site admission, www.thefells.org

July 7

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

SRKG Summer Hike, Trail #10 Proctor Academy to Winslow State Park, 6 moderate miles, Anne Hewitt 848-5762

New England Conifers, Knights Hill Nature Park, 463 County Road, New London, NH, 9am, observe what makes each species unique

Living History Village, New London Historical Society, Little Lake Sunapee Road, New London, NH, 1-4pm, demonstrations and hands-on activities

July 12

Fairy & Gnome Festival, Timothy Patten Park, Wilmot, NH, 5:30-6:30pm, build a house for a fairy or gnome, free, supplies provided, www.wilmotwca.org

July 13

Concert, Mary D. Haddad Bandstand, Sargent Common, New London, NH, 6:30-8pm, if raining will be held at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall next to the Common, Dr. Harp All Veterans Blues Band

July 14

Newbury Old Home Day, Newbury, NH

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

SRKG Hike, Eagles Nest Hike, Newbury Old Home Day, moderate 1 mile, Nathan Richer 344-0287

Pond Ecology, Knights Hill Nature Park, 463 County Road, New London, NH, 9am, discover creatures who live in and around the pond

July 20

Concert, Mary D. Haddad Bandstand, Sargent Common, New London, NH, 6:30-8pm, if raining will be held at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall next to the Common, Studio Two, Beatles tribute band

July 21

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

Annual Pie Breakfast, Wilmot Community assoc. Red Barn, 64 Village Road, Wilmot, NH, 8-11am, www.wilmotwca.org

Plants of the Forest Floor, Knights Hill Nature Park, 463 County Road, New London, NH, 9am, distinguish between Hay-scented Fern and New York Fern and many others, identify wild flowers, bring camera

July 22

SRKG Summer Hike, Trail #7 bog Mt. to Wilmot, excellent views, 6 moderate miles, Anne Hewitt 848-5762

July 28

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

Exotic Animals From Around the World, Knights Hill Nature Park, 463 County Road, New London, NH, 9am, come enjoy exotic animals from Wildlife Encounters including Arctic Fox, Ring-tailed Coati, Moluccan Cockatoo, Serval Cat and more, bring chairs and camera

August 2-4

94th Annual Hospital Days, New London, NH

August 4-12

Craftsmen's Fair, Mount Sunapee Resort, Newbury, NH, for tickets and details go to www.NHCrafts.org

August 4

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

SRKG Summer Hike, East Andover Pond Hike, Hopkins Pond to Ragged Mt. Fish & Game, 4.5 moderate miles, Sooze Hidgson 219-3033

Night Skywatch, Knights Hill Nature Park, 463 County Road, New London, NH, 9pmmembers of NH Astronomical Society will bring their powerful telescopes

August 10

Concert, Mary D. Haddad Bandstand, Sargent Common, New London, NH, 6:30-8pm, if raining will be held at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall next to the Common, Tirade, eclectic mix of rock & roll

August 11

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

Birds of Field and Forest, Knights Hill Nature Park, 463 County Road, New London, NH, 9am, help find and identify special birds, bring binoculars

August 12

SRKG Summer Hike, Trail #1 Newbury Harbor to Sunapee summit during the Sunapee Sestercentennial, 5.4 miles, difficult, Tim Eliassen 763-2502

August 17

Concert, Mary D. Haddad Bandstand, Sargent Common, New London, NH, 6:30-8pm, if raining will be held at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall next to the Common, Soulfix, 5 piece party band

August 18

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

August 19

SRKG Summer Hike, Trail #11, Kearsarge Regional High School to Winslow State Park, 6 miles, difficult, Anne Hewitt 848-5762

August 22

Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice Summer Party, New London Historical Society, Little Lake Sunapee Road, New London, NH, 5:30pm, more details to follow

August 23

Classical Guitar with Gary Robinson, Town Meeting House, 23 Four Corners Road, Springfield, NH, 7pm, purchase tickets at Springfield Town Office, 2750 Main St., Springfield, NH, info 763-4805

August 24

Concert, Mary D. Haddad Bandstand, Sargent Common, New London, NH, 6:30-8pm, if raining will be held at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall next to the Common, Kearsarge Community Band

August 25

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

Town-Wide Yard Sale, Wilmot, NH, maps sold from 8-noon, proceeds benefit Bandstand Concerts, deadline for being listed on the map is noon 8/23/18

September 1

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

September 8

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

September 15

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

September 22

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

September 29

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

October 6

Concert Series, Renaissance Baroque with Jean Twombly and Peter Tourin, Town Meeting House, 23 Four Corners Road, Springfield, NH, 7pm, purchase tickes at Springfield Town Office, 2750 Main St., Springfield, NH, info 763-4805


  1. ****IMPORTANT**** Public Flu Clinics
    Members of your Emergency Management Committee, in conjunction with the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network (PHN) and the Lake Sunapee Region VNA, have been closely monitoring the statewide and local response to the H1N1 influenza.
    For more information about H1N1 or to find a clinic, call NH’s Public Inquiry Line by dialing 211 or visit www.nh.gov.  These clinics are sponsored by the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network: www.sullivancountynh.gov/publichealth.  Or go to www.flu.gov
     
    Upcoming 2017 Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice Flu Clinics:  LSRVNA will bill Medicaid, Medicare and Medicare Replacement Plans, bring insurance card, $30 for regular dose and $75 for the high dose recommended for persons 65+ years of age with cash or check.  Call 603-526-4077 for updates and info.  www.lakesunapeevna.org 

**Council on Aging on-going events** 526-6368, 37 Pleasant Street, New London, www.coachapincenter.org

Walking at Proctor Academy - Weekdays 8:30am-10am, Proctor Gym, wear clean sneakers

Chair Exercises - Mondays & Fridays 10:15am, COA, 37 Pleasant St., New London

Tom & Tom's Men's Discussion Group - Mondays 8:45 a.m., COA, 37 Pleasant St., New London

Hand and Foot Card Game - Wednesdays, 1pm

Duplicate Bridge - Mondays, 12:45pm; Wednesdays, 9:15am

Memoir Writing Group - Tuesdays 10am

The Search for Meaning: A Discussion Group - Tuesdays 10:30-11:30am

Poker - Tuesdays, 2pm

Walk-in Painting - Tuesdays, 1pm

Women's Discussion Group - Fridays, 9am

Tai Chi - Tuesdays 9am, Wednesdays, 2:30pm, Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church, New London

Contract Bridge - Thursdays, 9:30am

Mahjong - Fridays, 12:30pm

French Discussion Group - 1st and 3rd Mondays 4:15pm

Bone Builders Exercise Program RSVP - Tuesdays & Fridays 10-11am at Newbury Heights Community Room, 52 Newbury Heights Rd., Newbury

Needlework Craft Group - Wednesdays 1-3pm

Bingo! - Fridays 2pm, 10 games for $5, register at 526-6368


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