New Hampshire Club News
Historical society to host train show in Greenfield
GREENFIELD — The third annual Greenfield Historical Society Train Show is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Greenfield Historical Society Museum, 828 Forest Road.
The show will feature displays, railroadiana tables, motor cars, a real train, a slide show, modeling seminars, raffles and door prizes. Food also will be available.
Admission is by donation. For more information, call Dale Russell at 547-2179 or Frank Shea at 547-2181.
Winnipesaukee DAR rededicates plaque
WOLFEBORO — The Winnipesaukee Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution recently hosted a ceremony to rededicate a bronze plaque that the chapter had first placed on a granite stone in 1940 at the site of the First Meeting Town House in Wolfeboro, said Regent Nancy Ramos.
About two years ago, the plaque had been stolen. After the Parks and Recreation Department recovered it, director Ethan Hipple restored and remounted the plaque.
During the ceremony, historian Dave Bowers and James Rogers, president of the Wolfeboro Historical Society, talked about the First Meeting Town House. Town Manager David Owen discussed how the plaque was found.
After the ceremony, the group went to lunch at a local restaurant.
The chapter’s next meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of Bette Frazier. The topic will be antique jewelry.
The chapter meets the second Saturday of the month. For more information, call 569-9362 or email nancy@@myfairpoint.net.
Pastry chef to talk to Goffstown Mother’s Club
GOFFSTOWN — Pastry chef Dana Luppi will demonstrate how to make truffles and caramels during the Goffstown Mother’s Club meeting, which will begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Goffstown High School Room 109.
Luppi recently graduated from the Culinary School of America and is a pastry chef at the Tuscan Kitchen in Salem.
All women in the community who are interested are welcome. Those who attend will go home with a treat.
The club meets every third Wednesday and helps the community in a variety of ways, including giving book scholarships to Goffstown High graduates and supporting local charities and community activities.
Midwifery the topic for Holistic Moms Network
AMHERST — The next meeting of the Holistic Moms Network Hillsborough County Chapter on Thursday, Oct. 17, will offer a program on “Midwifery Through your Lifespan” with Sharon Redfearn, a certified nurse midwife and advanced practice registered nurse at Full Circle Midwifery at St. Joseph Hospital in Milford and Nashua.
The meeting will be from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Spinal Corrective Center, 1 Overlook Drive.
The Holistic Moms Network is a nonprofit support and educational resource network for parents with an interest in natural health, holistic living and mindful parenting. The chapter meets the third Thursday of the month on a variety of natural health and parenting topics. It also offers playgroups, a national and local online community, money-saving co-ops and an e-newsletter.
For more information, call 540-2734 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. More information also is available at www.holisticmoms.org.
Somersworth group plans annual Harvest Craft Fair
SOMERSWORTH — The Somersworth Festival Association will sponsor its 20th annual Harvest Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at Somersworth High School.
The fair will feature more than 150 New England crafters. Food will be served by the association’s board members.
For more information about the fair, go to nhfestivals.org or call Sue at 692-5869.
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