Calendar of Events

22aug5:30 pmCrash Course in Money ManagementWoodsville Guaranty Savings Bank

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Take charge of your financial future by joining us for this free workshop. You’ll receive a $10 Walmart Gift Card* for successfully completing the program! *One per adult (18+), must complete a brief quiz at end of workshop to qualify.

Topics will include:

  • Creating a budget
  • Saving
  • Understanding credit reports
  • Improving your credit score
  • Homeownership
  • The mortgage process
  • Financial abuse and its effect on survivors of domestic violence

Presenter: Alexis Hite, AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Member

Sandwiches and refreshments served. Seating is limited. RSVP today by Aug. 21 – 603.747.2735 or email to register. Free admission.

Time

(Tuesday) 5:30 pm EST

Location

Littleton Opera House

Main Street, Littleton, NH

23aug7:00 pmThe Truth about the Eastern CoyoteBretzfelder Park Family Educational Series

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The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and New Hampshire Fish & Game Moose Project Leader Kristine Rines will present “The Truth about the Eastern Coyote” at Bretzfelder Park August 23 at 7 p.m. The free program is part of the annual summer Bretzfelder Park Family Educational Series. It is open to the public and will begin at 7 p.m.

Rines is a New Hampshire native with a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Management from Michigan State University. She has worked for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department for 33 years, including 31 years as the Moose Project leader. Rines, a certified wildlife biologist lives and works in the Lakes Region of the state. Rines’ discussion will cover the history and life history of the Eastern Coyote in New Hampshire, with special emphasis on when did coyotes arrive?, how big are they and what do they eat? Her discussion will include how to protect your livestock and garden from then and answer that often repeated question will they eat my children?

Owned by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (forestsociety.org), Bretzfelder Park is managed in cooperation with the town of Bethlehem. The Park, bequeathed to the Forest Society in 1984 by Helen Bretzfelder in memory of her father, Charles, houses a classroom, educational trails, a pond, and several picnic sites. Two series of educational programs are held there each year, one in August and the other in February. The Bretzfelder Park Family Educational Series continues Aug. 16th at 7 p.m. with a presentation by Eric Pinder Author, Nature Photographer and Weather Observer. For more information and a calendar of events please visit therocks.org, email us at info@therocks.org, or call 603-444-6228.

Time

(Wednesday) 7:00 pm EST

Location

The Rocks Estate

4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem, NH

25aug7:00 pmSummer Movies by the GazeboWoodwards Resort & Inn

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Join Woodwards at dusk on Friday and Sunday nights for some great movies!

Turbo – Aug 11
Epic – Aug 18
Horton Hears a Who – Aug 20
The Croods – Aug 25
Alvin & the Chipmunks – Aug 27

Time

(Friday) 7:00 pm

Location

Woodward's Inn & Resort

527 US Route 3, Lincoln, NH

26aug - 27All DayBode BashGolf & Tennis Classic

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You are invited to join Turtle Ridge Foudnation for the 2-Day 10th Annual BodeBash Golf & Tennis Classic.
Tennis warm-ups, lunch and tournament at Tamarack Tennis Camp
Cocktail Party with Live Music, Silent Auction Gourmet Summer Feast at Tamarack Tennis Camp
18 Hole Best Ball Scramble at the Maplewood Golf Resort
BodeBash is an inclusive, family friendly event.
Come out and celebrate the summer with TRF and our supporters!

Click here for full details and to register

Time

august 26 (Saturday) - 27 (Sunday)

Organizer

Turtle Ridge Foundation461 Main St #6A, Franconia, NH 03580

27aug9:00 am- 1:00 pmTouch-A-Truck

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Perfect for that truck-obsessed kid (or kid-at-heart) in your life, Touch-a-Truck is a daylong celebration of diesel-powered awesomeness. Get up close and personal with snow cats, backhoes, telehandlers, and a whole bunch of other serious machines that keep Loon running through all four seasons.

Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Entry: Free | Donation to local charity recommended
Location: Outside the Governor Adams Lodge

Time

(Sunday) 9:00 am - 1:00 pm EST

Location

Loon Mountain

60 Loon Mountain Rd., Lincoln, NH 03251

Organizer

Loon Mountain Resort800-229-LOON

27aug12:30 pmStorybook SundaysHobo Railroad

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Storybook Readings at 12:30pm & 2:30pm every Sunday through September 3rd! presented by: the Believe in Books Literacy Foundation

Bring the entire family to meet your favorite storybook character at the Hobo Railroad. Storybook readings and character visits take place every Sunday in our Choo Choo Theater on the South Platform.

This year’s cast of storybook characters includes:
7/23 – Hungry Caterpillar; 7/30 – Spot the Dog; 8/6 – Madeline; 8/13 – Corduroy; 8/20 Mouse (If I give a Mouse a Cookie); 27 – Eeyore and 9/3 – Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Time

(Sunday) 12:30 pm EST

Location

Hobo Railarod

64 Railroad St. Lincoln, NH

27aug7:00 pmSummer Movies by the GazeboWoodwards Resort & Inn

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Join Woodwards at dusk on Friday and Sunday nights for some great movies!

Turbo – Aug 11
Epic – Aug 18
Horton Hears a Who – Aug 20
The Croods – Aug 25
Alvin & the Chipmunks – Aug 27

Time

(Sunday) 7:00 pm

Location

Woodward's Inn & Resort

527 US Route 3, Lincoln, NH

31aug6:30 pm"I'm Not Rappaport" MovieWhite Mountain Jewish Film Festival

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The White Mountain Jewish Film Festival closes the 2017 season with a delightful comedy starring Walter Matthau and Ossie Davis in a film written and directed by Herb Gardner. Aging Nat Moyer, a talker, philosopher, and troublemaker and his companion, Midge Carter, the super of an apartment house, sit in the park and spin tales as they face the realities of aging, treatment of the elderly, and problems of adult children. Complimentary ticket-holder reception hosted by Mia Jacobson begins at 6:30 p.m. At 7 p.m., guest speaker Lawrence Bush introduces the film. Bush is the editor of Jewish Currents Magazine and author of many books for children and adults.

Tickets $9 BHC Members; $10 General Admission. Reception for ticket holders is sponsored by WREN.

Each film in the series begins with a ticket-holder reception on the Colonial Theatre patio and a unique guest speaker to introduce e the film. Please visit bethlehemsynagogue.org/white-mountain-jewish-film-festival for more details about this and the next four films in the White Mountain Jewish Film Festival.

Time

(Thursday) 6:30 pm EST

Location

The Colonial Theatre

2050 Main St., Bethlehem, NH

Organizer

Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation603.869.5465 39 Strawberry Hill, Bethlehem, NH603.869.5465



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