Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Kearsarge Area Chamber of Commerce Events

KACC News Flash!
Important Information & Upcoming Events
Warner Cooperative Preschool is looking for corporate sponsors for their Relay for the PreK on May 14. For more information or to register visit
Spring into WarnerIt's time to sign up to participate in this year's SPRING INTO WARNER, May 14This is an event intended to celebrate THE ARTS (including music, literary arts, 2D and 3D creations, as well as physical (sports). There will be artists' demos, concerts, books and other creations for sale. Free to members of the Kearsarge Chamber of Commerce, $25 per "booth" for non members, unless you're demonstrating or performing. Contact Kay Steen at [email protected].

Basil Woods Trout Unlimited working with NH Fish & Game, the Warner Conservation Commission and local volunteers on the Warner River Watershed Conservation Project and the Basil Woods TU representative on the Warner River Nomination Committee. This year project partners are continuing to assess stream crossings targeting the Andrew Brook watershed and beginning a new public outreach campaign to increase awareness and conservation within the watershed. The nomination committee with representatives from five of the watershed towns is hoping to gain local support to achieve Designated status for the Warner River within NH's Rivers Management & Protection Program. Please join us for our first public outreach and information session on Wednesday, April 20th at 7pm at the Warner Town Hall.
We have teamed with the NH Rivers Council, Mainstreet Bookends, other local businesses, museums and land trusts to bring Dr. John Field, an internationally known fluvial geomorphologist to Warner to give his presentation, Why Do Rivers Do That? on Thursday, April 28th at 7pm at Mainstreet Bookends in Warner.
We are looking for local businesses to sponsor this event, we will make this event free for watershed residents. In return for your generosity, the NH Rivers Council is offering significant media exposure and Mainstreet Bookends will provide a space for any literature or brochures you wish to display. For more information visit our website, or contact 
Tanya Robidoux at [email protected] or 603-228-6472 or Chris Connors at [email protected] or 603-456-2173.

New Hampshire Telephone Museum Goes Mobile New Mobile Tour App Set to Launch May 1. Today, museum visitors are provided the option of taking a guided tour or looking around on their own. Most people opt for the tour, but there are those who prefer to go at their own pace. "We noticed that, despite the amount of signage, people who opted out of the guided tour were not spending as much time at the museum as those who took the tour," says Executive Director, Laura French. "The mobile tour app provides a good compromise by enabling people to go at their own pace, but enjoy a richer experience."

The Velvet Moose is open for music and ice cream every Sunday at 2 pm.

Gold Star Tactical: Warmer weather is coming, and so are more outdoor classes.  Gold Star Tactical, LLC is scheduling spring classes: Try Before You Buy, Beginner Handgun, Level 2 Handgun, and Ladies Only beginner session.  As always, private and semi-private sessions are available. Also NRA Rifle Instructor training for Scout Leaders and youth leaders in coming in June. For more information on upcoming classes, contact Gold Star Tactical at: [email protected]
UPCOMING EVENTS  (more info at:  
Millbrook Gallery's exhibit "Spring Celebration" opens April 15 and runs until June 26. Meet the Artists on April 28th from 5:00-7:00 pm. Artists exhibiting : Andy Moerlein, Sculptor; Janet Huling Bleicken, Jane Cohen, Tamara Gonda, Ginny Joyner, Debbie Kinson, Dustan Knight, Fleur Palau.

Sprout for Business is hosting Successful Email Marketing with Constant Contact. Thursday April 21, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm at the Concord campus of New England College.  This fundamental workshop provides you with the step-by-step design process in creating and branding your Master Email Template. Learn how to confidently set email marketing goals, brand your master template, and increase engagement by using simple yet powerful best practices while working alongside the trainer in your own Constant Contact account. Also, learn how to increase sending reports and getting emails noticed with industry best practices, strategies, and techniques. By learning the essentials in managing your contacts and monitoring your reports, learners will identify ways to increase visibility in an email inbox.
Pillsbury Free Libaray is hosting an indoor flea market and craft fair at the Warner Town Hall on Sat. April 23 from 9 - 1. Proceeds benefit the library.

Dunbarton Energy Fair on April 23, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Dunbarton Community Center. Free, including all educational workshops.

MainStreet BookEnds is pleased to collaborate with the New Hampshire Rivers Council in bringing Dr. Fields, and this very important topic of River Life to Warner! On April 28 at 7:00 pmDr. Field, an internationally known expert in the growing field of fluvial geomorphology, will present the exciting and interesting program that provides a geological and recent history of river dynamics in our area. Please join us for this informative and important presentation. Free of charge. Please call to register.

NH Telephone Museum's 2016 Exhibit entitled, "The ART of Conversation." The exhibit, which runs from May 1 through October 31, will open with a Reception on Friday, April 29. Museum members will be treated to a sneak preview at 6:00 p.m. and the public will be welcomed at 7:00 p.m.
The Little Nature Museum: is sponsoring, "Temperate Native Orchids - Seasonal Gems!" With educator, naturalist, traveler, and photographer, Jean Stefanik, on April 30, from 1:30 - 2:30 PM at the Community Room, Hopkinton Town Library.

The Pope Memorial SPCA of Concord-Merrimack County is excited to be hosting their 2nd annual Paws for Compassion Brunch on Sunday, May 1st from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Grappone Conference Center at 70 Constitution Avenue in Concord, NH. Proceeds will be used to fund the medical treatment and care of the Merrimack County's community's homeless, abandoned, and abused animals. Animals. Tickets for the event are $55 per person and can be purchased online at or by stopping by the shelter located at 94 Silk Farm Road in Concord, NH.

Pillsbury Free Libray's Book Nook Theater group will be preforming James and the Giant Peach on May 7th at 4 pm at the Warner Town Hall. Admission price is a donation to or item for the Warner Area Food Pantry.


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