The South Weare Improvement Society will sponsor a bus trip to Mohegan Sun April 3. Call 529-7282 before March 25 (no one under 21) for more information and to reserve a seat. This is a biannual fund-raising project for renovations at Osborne Memorial Hall.
Event for the whole family. Dress warm, all activities will be outdoors.
Hot drinks and food will be available to buy. Dogsled team for the afternoon. Granite Hill Chinooks kid snowshoe race mom/dad sled pull competition snowball target practice crate race for kids on the ice ice skating (of course) games and activities for the kids etc DJ from 5-8pm
The Goffstown Police Department would like to remind motorists of the annual Halloween Parade on Friday, October 29th, 2010. The parade will kick off from the Maple Ave. School at 1:00PM, weather dependant.
Motorists should avoid the area of Main Street, Elm Street and South Mast Road due to the parade. The Goffstown Police anticipate traffic being stopped for approximately forty-five minutes as students participating in the parade make their way back to the school.
The Goffstown Police Department will be conducting traffic control to assist in rerouting traffic where available. If travel during those times is a must, please consider an alternate route through town. Anyone with questions is urged to contact Lieutenant Robert Browne at 497-4858 or at www.goffstownpolice.com .
Dunbarton: Sunday, October 31 5 pm to 8 pm
New Boston: Sunday, October 31 Costume Party and Parade, 4 pm to 6 pm; Trick or Treat 6 pm to 8 pm
Weare Old Home day takes place Saturday, August 28, from 9 am to 4 pm in Weare Center. This free event celebrates the history of small-town life. There will be a farmers market, book sale, bake sale, music at the gazebo, artisans, demonstrators and more. For details, call 529-4520 or visit www.WeareHistoricalSociety.org
Thursday, July 29th "All instrumental music covering Jazz standards and some Latin/Jazz. Also, non jazz such as "Ghost Riders in the Sky" and "Scarborough Fair" along with some original songs." The performers will be Dave Couture - Guitar Paul Desmarias - Guitar Max Capistrain - Bass Jeremy Lacert - Drums
"Is a group of very versatile musicians who sing, play guitars, bass, drums and harmonica." Each member has played their instruments or performed for audiences in different band situations since the late 60's or 70's. Boomers play to the Baby Boomer generation, specializing primarily in Acoustic, Pop, and Light Dance music from the 60's, 70's and 80's
The Weare Patriotic Celebration is scheduled for July 16, 17 and 18 this year. The Carnival will open on Friday evening with one-price wrist bands for the whole evening. The Parade will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday on Rte. 114, kicking off a day of family fun and entertainment. Enjoy a chicken BBQ at the American Legion, or a strawberry shortcake at the Weare Historical Society. Refreshments will also be available from the Weare Winter Wanderers and the Weare Boy Scouts. Raffles will be held by the Lions Club, and the Weare Piecemakers will be raffling off a handmade quilt with proceeds going to support the Weare Food Pantry. Tee shirts will also be available. Saturday night will conclude with a D.J. and fireworks at dusk. Sunday the American Legion will host a breakfast, and the carnival will open at noon. There will be a Police Dog demonstration, and there will be demos from the Fire Department Ladder and Ambulance trucks. Judy Pancoast will perform at 1 p.m. and the children will enjoy sand art and face painting.
Thursday, July 8th, 6:00 pm Enjoy the BBQ and the concert!
"An experience in Rock 'N Roll" (A takeoff of Club Soda) A very versatile duo playing Top 40, Rock, Easy Listening. Playing hits from the 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and 20's. They provide a big sound with a small package, compact enough to fit any situation and still provide a full band sound.