New Hampshire Senior News Briefs
Members of Goffstown High School's Class of 1956 and their spouses gather during their 57-year reunion last month at the Goffstown Historical Society. The reunion included a potluck supper, Yankee swap and an evening of reminiscing. Seated from left are alumni Dick Coughlin and Mac Morgrage, both of Goffstown, Eddie Dobe and Roland Blanchard, both of Manchester, and Jim Maloy of Chelmsford, Mass.; and standing from left, alumna Jane Vickery of Maine; Lorrain Coughlin and Dot Morgrage; alumna Lucy (Battey) Dobe; Claire Blanchard and Margaret Maloy; and alumnae Mary Ann (Mills) Connare of Rindge and Ruth (Toli) Gregorakakis of Goffstown. (COURTESY)
Saturday is AARP Day at Currier Museum of Art
MANCHESTER — The Currier Museum of Art, 150 Ash St., is offering a special deal and a special program for AARP members on Saturday.
Free with admission will be a special film and discussion. "Mama Benz and the Taste of Money," which details the interplay between a young, ambitious European and an equally ambitious African market woman as they jockey for advantage to market cloth in a new territory, will begin at 3 p.m., followed by a discussion about the impact global trade has on textile goods produced and used across the continent of Africa.
AARP staff and volunteers will be there and are encouraging people to talk with them to learn more about AARP.
Author to discuss book at Littleton area center
LITTLETON — Boston area author Tilia Klebenov will be at the Littleton Area Senior Center, 77 Riverglen Lane, on Thursday, Oct. 24, to talk about her new book, "Wrong Place, Wrong Time," a thriller set in the White Mountains. Her talk will begin after the 12:30 p.m. food raffle. For more about activities at the center, call 444-6050.
Wellness discussion on Chapin Center's agenda
BEDFORD — The Arbors of Bedford, 70 Hawthorne Drive, is hosting a presentation on "Legal Issues Impacting Caregivers and Families: Do Not Wait for a Crisis to Plan."
To sign up for the program, call 647-9300.
Hooksett confident contract to send students to Pinkerton doesn't violate Manchester settlement
Josh Logan at British Beer Company
The Music Hall presents 'Messiah Sing'