Monday, July 9, 2018

Animal Track Identification

Discover How to Identify Animals by Their Tracks

July 28 (Sat.) (raindate July 29)
Time: 11 am - 12:30 pm

Location: Nature Discovery Center
18 Highlawn Rd., Warner NH
Description: Learn how to identify native animal tracks.
For ages 10 through adult.
Cost: $25 public; $20 members of either the MKIM or the Nature Discovery Center.

Instructor: Rudy Bourget*
Preregistration and prepayment required. Recommened ages will apply.
Bring your lunch and enjoy a FREE visit to the Nature Discovery Center
following the workshop. Call 746-6121 to register.

Friday, July 6, 2018


Visit Space Day! See the Alan Shepard Project Space Exhibit at the Nature Discovery Center!

Date: July 14, rain/shine
Time: 10:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Nature Center open)

Location: Nature Discovery Center
18 Highlawn Rd., Warner, NH

Description: Enjoy NASA images from Mercury and Apollo missions; participate in children's activities (make a comet, design an Exo-planet). Pose for photos with a life-size astronaut poster. There are 4 children's space suit costumes with helmets, and more! Image/Credit/NASA

Cost: Free to Powwow attendees; Free to Nature Center Members; Donations benefit the Nature Discovery Center

If you come to the 2018 Powwow, be sure to visit the Discovery Center!!
Visit Alan Shepard Project website:

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Artist reception at Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum

We invite you to join us at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, 18 Highlawn Rd (off Kearsarge Mountain Rd. )  the evening of Friday, July 13th @ 7 pm in the auditorium for a reception for these two exceptional artists.
Jacob “Yellow Eagle” Ginga and his mother, Faith “Wildflower” Bullock, create beautiful and aesthetically similar artwork. In this exhibition, each artist created individual work inspired by their Native Heritage while also working collaboratively on a series of paintings. Both artists favor wood as a painting surface, Faith often manipulated the wood into feather shapes before adorning them with colorful patterns and striking designs, while on the other side Jacob creates abstract but intricate portraits with vibrant colors and a combination of Native and Contemporary design influences. In between the two individual artist’s work is the collection of paintings created collaboratively, each work having traveled thousands of miles from Stonewall, TX to New Bedford, MA and back several times before completion. This exhibition represents the work of two Native artists, a mother and a son, sharing their passion and connection, and closing the gap between them.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Picture by Sandy Steen Bartholomew
Spring Into Warner, Jump Into the Arts is an event that highlights Warner's unique place in the world. Our beautiful Main Street opens up and we host truly unique and amazing artists and artisans, musicians, and farmers. Warner is lucky to have a thriving agricultural and local food industry, so many talented artists, musicians, and spot on artisans! It is a great day. Join us for a quintessential small town Main Street event.

This year’s 11th annual Spring into Warner will be held on Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 9 am to 3 pm. Participants and activities include:

Painters, illustrators and photographers, Spinners, weavers, and knitters selling and/or demonstrating their work at locations along Main Street.

Music and dance performances by Kearsarge Conservatory of Performing Arts  at Warner Town Hall, “wandering minstrel” individuals, bands, and groups. Dobro Brothers will be playing in the evening at the Jim Mitchell Park Amphitheatre.

Hands-on Art-related activities for adults and children hosted by local businesses, museums, the library, and civic groups such as the PTO, Warner Food Pantry, and school sports groups.
The first Warner Area Farmer’s Market of the season, plant sellers, foods (we hope to add some “Art and Eat” activities at the restaurants this year).

An Edible Books contest (voting by visitors) at the Pillsbury Free Library, Misty the Therapy Pony from BITS hosted by NH Telephone Museum and sponsored by Gear Up homeschool group

Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, NH Telephone Museum, and the Warner Historical Society’s art exhibit (Paintings by Charlie Brown of Warner) and barn sale, will be open.  The Nature Discovery Museum of Warner will have a booth on the lawn at Schoodacs Coffee Shop.

At MainStreet Bookends there will be a used book sale and art for sale, and a talk about the History of Lilacs in NH at 1 pm.

As an added bonus, Rollins State Park on Mount Kearsarge will also be open, as will be two sections of Rail Trail and the Nature Trail at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Meet the Candidates!

Thursday, March 1st at 7pm at the Warner Town Hall. Come meet the candidates who are running for positions in Warner.

contested positions this year:
Town Clerk


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