Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Kearsarge Area Chamber of Commerce - Upcoming Events

Safety & Wellness Series - Slips & Falls Workshop
Thu., January 1410 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Jointly sponsored and presented by the WCA,  Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice and New London Hospital at WCA Red Barn 64 Village Rd, Wilmot, NH. Matt Petrin, OTR/L, Director of Sports Medicine and Therapy Services from New London Hospital and Angela Lacey, PT from the LSRVNA will help you learn how to avoid slips and falls that can lead to injuries. Free and Open to all. Refreshments will be served.

Gun Safety Class
Sat., January 16, 9:00 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. - New Hampshire Telephone Museum will be hosting an NRA Home Firearms Safety Course presented by Gold Star Tactical, LLC in the museum lower meeting room. Cost is $50 with a deposit of $20 and pre-registration required. Contact Dennis Crawford at [email protected]. This is a non-shooting class.

Bradford Fundraiser
Sat., January 166:30-8:30 p.m. - The Bradford Bog People will perform at a  concert to benefit the restoration of the Bradford Town Hall at Pizza Chef, 107 Main St., Bradford. Come, join the fun and help restore our town hall!

Homer's "The Odyssey" 
Sun., January 17, 214-5 p.m. at  Schoodacs Coffee House. Well-known storyteller Odds Bodkin will be performing "The Odyssey" for three Sundays  starting January 10th. One $50 ticket gets you in to all three shows. Seats are very limited. RSVP directly to Schoodacs as soon as possible if you wish to purchase tickets.

Educational Session
Tues., Feb. 12 - The Business & Industry Association is sponsoring a "Small Business Day" at the Concord Holiday Inn and you're invited. This event will focus on the important challenges facing small businesses, and should be very informative. More info will be available soon.
Business After Hours
3 On Main
Thu., February 185:30-7 p.m. at 3 on Main, 905 Main St., Contoocook. 3 on Main carries home décor: furniture, mirrors, clocks, pillows, rugs and candles. Get some ideas on how to decorate your home or office.
Wind, Water, Fire and Ice
Sat., February 27, 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Little Nature Museum will be sponsoring a talk by Dave Anderson, Director of Education and Volunteer Services for the Society for the Protection of NH Forests. David will present an illustrated program about the history of selected natural disasters and how forests respond accordingly. For more information or weather related cancellations, call  603-746-6121. This event will be held at the Hopkinton Town Library.  Directions to the Hopkinton Town Library:

Tunes and Tales - A fun Way to Encounter Wildlife
Sat., March 5, 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Little Nature Museum will be sponsoring a talk by award-winning environmental educator, journalist, and song-leader, Ruth Smith. Ruth will share some traditional and original tales about NH wildlife using engaging songs and easy to sing tunes to teach about plants and animals. This free family oriented program for all ages will teach about wildlife special traits and adaptations; the audience will be invited to participate. Join us! This event will be held at the Hopkinton Town Library. For more information or weather related cancellations, call 603-746-6121. Directions to the Hopkinton Town Library:

Business After Hours
Beaver Meadowbrook Farm Sugar House

Thu., March 17
5:30-7 p.m. at Beaver Meadowbrook Farm Sugar House, 402 Route 103 East, Warner. Come and learn about the ancient tradition of maple sugaring. Taste some of the delicious things you can make with maple syrup and learn about its nutritional benefits. Host: Granite Publicity & Promotion. 
Artists Wanted
NH Telephone Museum is looking for artists to contribute to the 2016 opening display, "The Art of Communication," opening May 1Contact the museum if you would like to participate. 

Barbara Lassonde, Secretary
(Granite Publicity & Promotion)
Kearsarge Area Chamber of Commerce 


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