The Boys & Girls Club of the North Country’s mission is to provide a fun, safe, positive place for all the children of the North Country. Monday – Friday 3 pm – 6 pm Grades 1 – 7 Bus Transportation provided from Lisbon and Littleton Schools. 2572 Route 302, Lisbon, NH 03585 Located Behind Evergreen Sports
The Mission of FSC is to impart the joys of skiing and the life-long lessons of healthy competition to the children of its broad and open membership. The club achieves its mission by providing thoughtful, caring and professional instruction in skiing and ski racing and by supporting and sponsoring all levels of NHARA and USSA Jr racing.
Lafayette Recreation serves the residents of Franconia, Easton and Sugar Hill. The Dow Park and Field, in the heart of Franconia, supports the best and busiest recreation program in the North Country all 4 seasons. Most of the family fun, entertainment and year-round activities happen around the fields and at the gazebo, all at the foot of the Mountains of Franconia Notch State Park and the Kinsman range. Lafayette Recreation sponsors events that draw competitive recreation for all ages, bringing recreation and sports enthusiasts of all ages from near and far to participate and compete in signature events such as the White Mountain Triathlon, Top of the Notch Triathlon, Annual Halloween Cup Area Youth Soccer Tournament, Old Home Day 5K Color Scramble, Thanksgiving Day Wobble ‘n Gobble, The Longest Night in December, and First Night at Ski Hearth Farm, many utilizing the best of Echo Lake, the State Park’s recreation trail, Cannon Mt. and more. Follow this link lafayetterecreation.weebly.com for a schedule of 2018 events. A regulation ice skating rink is maintained by Lafayette Recreation across from the Dow Field, by the Town Hall and Abby Greenleaf Library. Swimming/tubing in Summer - The Gale River runs right thru town, parallel to...
Open: Mon & Wed: 1-5:30pm / Tues & Thur: 10am-1pm / Fri: 12-3pm / Sat: 10am-1pm Summer Activities Summer Reading - Kids! Visit the library to receive a reading count sheet and start your summer reading now! For every 3 books you read you get to choose a free book to keep! Diary of Anne Frank - Read Anne Frank this summer and join the community discussion in Sept. Free copies available soon. Adventure backpacks for kids - Nature exploration backpacks can be borrowed like a book! Coming soon. Giant Games - Games found on the libaray lawn Story Time - Tues at 11am starting June 22
The Willing Workers Society of Sugar Hill, New Hampshire is a non-sectarian, charitable organization whose purpose is to foster a spirit of helpfulness throughout the community. The Willing Workers Society is a nonprofit nonsectarian organization whose purpose is to foster a spirit of helpfulness throughout the community. Our members come from Sugar Hill and neighboring towns. We meet the first Thursday of each month for a lunch and business meeting held at the Sugar Hill Meetinghouse or Crapo Building. Annually, our organization hosts events in Sugar Hill, funds educational merit awards and donates to community needs and programs. This is who we are now, but our roots were established long ago.