New Hampshire Club Notes
Exeter— The Exeter Woman’s Club is sponsoring antique appraisals from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, in the Exeter Town Hall.
Dan Olmstead of Newfields will give the verbal appraisals. No reservations are needed; walk-ins only.
The cost is $4 for one item; $10 for three items. The proceeds will benefit the club scholarship and several club charities.
Salem club to learn about exercise program
SALEM — Salem Woman’s Club members will be up and moving when the club tries a new exercise program at its meeting at noon Tuesday at Kelley Library on Main Street.
Members Dorothy Falco and Lorraine Amirault, who are trained leaders, will demonstrate some simple steps and let women follow along.
American Legion Post to host karaoke Saturday
MEREDITH — American Legion Post 33, 6 Plymouth St., is hosting a karaoke event at 8 p.m. Saturday. Anyone interested is invited to join the fun by singing or watching others sing.
Windham club’s program about Honor Flight
WINDHAM — The Windham Woman’s Club’s next meeting will begin with a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Windham Town Hall upstairs.
Guests are welcome at the meeting, which also is a chance to learn about the club.
For more about the meeting or club, call membership chairman Sue Violi at 889-0578 or go to windhamwomansclub.com.
SOMERSWORTH — The Somersworth Festival Association says it still has limited spaces available for vendors for its 20th annual Harvest Craft Fair, which is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at Somersworth High School.
The fair will feature more than 150 of crafters and food served by the association board members. For more information about the fair, call Sue at 692-5869.
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