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


Year-Round 

Nature Explorer Activity Kits, The Fells. Explore the woods and gardens! Each kit includes binoculars, magnifying glass, Animal Tracks guide, compass, ecology-themed activity booklet, and pencil. Available year-round. Kits are free for use at the Fells with Paid Admission or Fells Membership. For details: www.thefells.org

Every Thursday

Women's Discussion Group at the COA Chapin Senior Center. 1 pm, 37 Pleasant St, New London. Join friends, new and old, to visit, chat, and share! Limit 10 participants. Call 526-6368 to register.


Beginning September 19

Nature Journal Classes @ Twiggs Gallery, Boscawen, monthly classes, for more information call 603-975-0015 or visit www.twiggsgallery.wordpress.com    


October 12-26

Free Film Viewing and Discussion, via Zoom. A new documentary film, "The Story of Plastic", will be shown between Oct. 12-26 for area residents at their convenience. They can then join the discussion on Monday, Oct. 26, 7pm. Sponsored by Kearsarge Climate Action and the Andover Energy Group. Info for the streaming link to the film and the Zoom link for the follow-up discussion email: andoverenergy@gmail.com 

October 12 - Dec 7

The Bus Stops Here Program, The Fells. Online K-8 Science and Social Studies curriculum available free with the support of the Wellborn Ecology Fund. All materials can be accessed via Google Classroom or as emailed PDFs. For details: www.thefells.org

October 13

COA Virtual Program via Zoom, 2 pm. Virtual tour the SPAM Museum to learn about the history and origin of the Hormel company as well as its involvement in WW2. Hosted by the COA in partnership with Senior Learning Network. Call 526-6368 to register and for Zoom link

October 15

Humanist Discussion Group, COA Chapin Senior Center, 37 Pleasant St, New London, 1:30 pm. Humanist, agnostic, atheist discussions. Walk-in program covering various topics. All are welcome. Bring an open mind. Limit 10 participants. Call 526-6368 to register

October 15

COA Virtual Program via Zoom, 2 pm. American Impressionism - Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Basic tenets of Impressionism, as well as the historical and cultural influences of the time discussed. Hosted by the COA in partnership with Senior Learning Network. Call 526-6368 to register and for Zoom link

October 15

Local Conservation Working Meeting, via Zoom, 3-4 pm. Discussion of local natural resource priorities and criteria for conservation activities and programs. Hosted by Merrimack County Conservation District and the USDA NRCS in Hillsborough and Merrimack Counties. Open to the public. Info and RSVP: 223-6020 or info@merrimackccd.org

October 15

The History of Agriculture as told by Barns, presented by the Springfield Historical Society Lecture Series. Speaker John Porter. At Springfield Meeting House - 23 Four Corners Road. Masks req'd. Limited space - reservations required. Contact: cunejim@yahoo.com or call 763-5352

October 16

FREE Concert, via Facebook Live, from the Warner Town Hall, 7 pm. Christopher G. Martiello presents "Theremin: Music of Lightening & Air!" Concerto followed by Q&A and theremin lesson. Sponsored by the Sunapee Kearsarge Intercommunity Theatre Organization (SKIT). Info: www.facebook.com/C.G. Martiello Presents the Theremin.

October 16

2020 "Virtual" Fall Forum: Climate Change in NH, 7pm - 8:30pm. Sponsored by Eastman Charitable Foundation, and presented by Sherry Godlewski, Resilience and Adaptation Manager at NH Dept of Environmental Services. Free but donations gladly accepted at ecfnh.org. To register, email trustee@ecfnh.org and include your name, town, and affiliation. 

October 16 and 17

Stay-at-Homecoming! Colby-Sawyer College's first-ever virtual Homecoming event. Choose from live and on-demand events including an update from President Stuebner, webinars and discussions led by experts, a meet and greet with the athletic dept, virtual tours of campus, a children's activity, an escape room, a dance party, and more! RSVP at https://colby-sawyer.edu/homecoming

October 19

LSRVNA Foot Clinic, at the COA, 37 Pleasant St, New London, 9:30 am to 2 pm. Cost: $25. Call for appt: 526-6368

October 20

COA Virtual Program via Zoom, 2 pm. Penn Museum. "Stories from the Tamil Diaspora" by Praveen Vijaykumar. Hosted by the COA in partnership with Senior Learning Network. Call 526-6368 to register and for Zoom link

Beginning October 20 

Free Adobe Max Creativity Conference, streamed live. Adobe MAX is the world's largest free creativity conference with three full days of luminary speakers, celebrity appearances, musical performances, global collaborative art projects and 350 plus sessions. Info: www.max.adobe.com

October 20 or 21

Painting Nature Workshop, The Fells. Oct 20 10am-11 am, Oct 21 3:30-4:30 pm. Kids 8 and older may join local artist Debbie Campbell and explore the essentials of painting nature including: color, composition, perspective, and watercolor techniques. Workshop size is limited and advance registration is required. Members $10, Nonmembers $15. For details: www.thefells.org

October 21

COA Virtual Program via Zoom, 2 pm. Eleanor Roosevelt: Partner in the White House. Hosted by the COA in partnership with Senior Learning Network. Call 526-6368 to register and for Zoom link

October 22

Caregiver Support and Discussion, 1 pm, COA Chapin Senior Center, 37 Pleasant St, New London. Peer led group to learn tips, strategies, and advice from those experiencing the same challenges and rewards. Limit 10 participants. Call 526-6368 to register

October 22

COA Virtual Program via Zoom, 2 pm. "GOLD" A Virtual Tour from Columbia State Historic Park. Hosted by the COA in partnership with Senior Learning Network. Call 526-6368 to register and for Zoom link

October 25

ASLPT Annual Meeting, via Zoom, 3 pm. Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust Annual Meeting. Reservation required. Email kheath@ausbon-sargent.org. Confirmation and instructions to follow. Info: 526-6555 or www.ausbonsargent.org. RSVP BY OCTOBER 23. 

Beginning October 25

Beginner Watercolor Classes @ Twiggs Gallery, Boscawen, 4 weekly classes, for more information call 603-975-0015 or visit www.twiggsgallery.wordpress.com   

October 27

Hillsboro Lions Club, meets at the American Legion, 6:30. Prospective members welcome. Come see what we are about.  

October 29

Movie Matinee, 1pm, COA Chapin Senior Center, 37 Pleasant St, New London. OR 10am, via Zoom. "Judy". Limit 10 participants. Info and to register: 526-6368



October - November

2020 Kearsarge Community Kids' Christmas Project. Be a sponsor! Bring joy during the holidays by making a cash donation, or contributing gift cards, to help local families in need. Organized by Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice. If interested in helping, please let us know preferably by October 30th by calling our "Elf Line": 603-526-4077 x 356

November - April First Saturdays

Danbury Winter Farmers Market, 9am-1pm. Nov 7, Dec 5, Jan 2, Feb 6, Mar 6, Apr 3. Breakfast & Lunch, Specialty Foods, Artisans, Farms. Social distancing observed. Blizzard make-up dates will be the 2nd Saturday of the month. Blazing Star Grange Hall, 15 North Rd, Danbury NH. 


November 3 - December 8

Mindfulness Meditation, 10 am, COA Chapin Senior Center, 37 Pleasant St, New London, OR via Zoom. Four skills for a resilient life led by Francine Rainone. Register: 526-6368 

November 6

Center for the Arts, First Fridays! Gallery Opening Receptions! 5:30-7:00 FREE Opening Receptions for this and other exhibits all on Main Street New London, the New London Inn, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Blue Loon Bakery, and Whipple Hall on Main Street and Tatewell Gallery on Newport Road! - "Eat, Sip, Stroll, and Enjoy the Art!"

November 14

Chicken Pie Supper, Blazing Star Grange Hall, Danbury. With Squash & Apple Crisp. Take out only. 5-6 pm. $9/adults

Through November 21

Get Up & Move ChallengeWilmot, Fall 2020. Not a race or competition. Just strut your stuff and help raise money for the WCA. Fee: $10. Winner drawn Nov. 24. Visit www.wca.org to sign up


Through December 31 

Lead Free Rock Bass Marathon, Pleasant Lake, Elkins, kids under 16 win great prizes, no license req., winners will be notified, deposit caught rock bass in collection bucket at the Elkins Boat Landing




  1. ****IMPORTANT**** Public Flu Clinics
    Upcoming 2020 Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice Flu Clinics. For persons 19+ years of age.  LSRVNA will accept and bill Medicaid, Medicare and Medicare Replacement Plans.  Please bring your ID card(s).  If paying with cash or check, the cost is $40 for the regular dose and $80 for the high dose (recommended for persons 65+ years of age). If possible, please print and bring Flu Vaccine Consent Form available at www.lakesunapeevna.org. *By appointment only.* Call 603-748-1731 to schedule.
    For more information go to www.flu.gov.  Call 603-526-4077 for updates and info.  


FLU CLINICS 


September 28, 10am-12pm, Sunapee Seniors at United Methodist Church

September 29, 10am-12pm, Kearsarge Council on Aging, New London

October 1, 4pm-6pm, South Newbury Union Church

October 2, 10am-12pm, Claremont Senior Center

October 5, 8:30am-11am, The Center at Eastman (drive-thru clinic)

October 13, 10am-12pm, Kearsarge Council on Aging, New London

October 19, 8:30am-11am, The Center at Eastman (drive-thru clinic)

October 20, 1:30pm-3pm, Our Lady of Fatima, New London

October 22, 10am-1pm, Wilmot Town Hall

October 29, 1:30pm-3pm, Our Lady of Fatima, New London


Some of these events are currently suspended, call for information. **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, call COA 526-6368 for info

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

Bridge - Duplicate Bridge - Mondays at 12:45pm and Wed. at 9:15am

Contract Bridge - Thursdays at 9:30am

Hand and Foot Card Game - Wednesdays, 1pm

Memoir Writing Group - Tuesdays 10am, walk-in program

Poker - Tuesdays, 2pm

Walk-in Painting - Tuesdays, 1pm

Gentle Yoga - Second & Fourth Tues. 3-4pm, all levels, bring yoga mat

Caregiver Support and Discussion Group - Fourth Thursday at 1:00pm, call COA 526-6368 to register

Women's Discussion Group - Fridays, 9am

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

Mahjong - Thursdays, 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

Bingo! - Fridays 2pm, 10 games for $5, must be 55 years and older, register at 526-6368

Outdoor Recreation for Seniors - Tuesdays, 10am, call COA 526-6368 for schedule information or www.coachapincenter.org

Needlework Craft Group - Wed. 1-3pm

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