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HUDSON/WINDHAM: Warehouse Sale/Lease. New units, rent w/option $1395/mo or $135,000 buy. OFFICES for RENT- All utilities, 1 room-$200/mo, 2 rooms-$200/mo. Summerview Real Estate, 603-432-5453, 603-512-0772
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BED: Orthopedic 11” thick pillow-top mattress & box. Medium firm. New in plastic. Cost: $1100, Sell: Queen- $299, King- $450, Full- $280. Can deliver. 603-235-1773
BEDROOM SET - Solid Cherrywood Sleigh, 7 pieces. New in boxes! Sacrifice $895. 603-235-1773 9/2-9/9/11 AR
HOT TUB: 5-6 person, never hooked up, 2011 model, 35 jets! Original: $6900, sell: $3800. 603-235-5218
INSTRUMENT for SCHOOL BAND: Drum, $100.00, used a few times. Clarinet, $300.00. Call Cathy, 424-0170. 9/9/11
KITCHEN CABINETS: Maple glaze, solid wood. Never installed, high quality. Cost: $6500, Sell: $1650. 603-235-1695 9/2-9/9/11 AR
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1 COLLINS Bros PAINTING: Interior & Exterior; Top quality work; Affordable; Fully insured; Free estimates; Excellent refs. 603- 886-0668 9/9-9/30/11
AFFORDABLE BRICK- STONEWORK, Steps, walls, walkways, patios, barbeque/ fire-pits, Culture-stone, etc. 31 years experience. Brian Spiker Masonry, cell: 603-203-0130. 8/19-9/9/11
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DAVE’S HANDYMAN SERVICES: Interior painting, windows, doors, decks, basements, and general home repairs. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. References available. 603-486-1310 9/9-9/30/11 AR
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL Program in Pelham, NH is looking for experienced Child Care Workers. Candidate must be available for shifts Monday-Friday, 6:45am-8:45am & 2:45pm- 5:45pm. Salary is $8.75/hour for qualified individuals. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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ESTATE SALE: Sat, 9/10, 8am-2pm, 47 Horseshoe Road, Windham, across from Griffin Park. Furniture, handicapped equipment Tens pain electro-therapy, flat- screen TV, laptop, much more. No early birds. 9/9/11
September 9: Taste of Mystic, Mystic, CT. More than just pizza! (860) 572- 9578; atasteofmystic.com
. September 9-11: International Seaplane Fly-In, Greenville, ME. Meet some true bush pilots at this event of Moosehead Lake. (207) 695-3631; seaplanefly-in.org
. September 10: Bird Carver & Wildlife Arts Show & Sale, East Sandwich, MA. New England’s best wood sculptors and artists will display and sell their works at Green Briar Nature Center. (508) 888-6870; thorntonburgess.org
. September 10: Fine Art Returns to Londonderry, Londonderry, NH. A “Village of Fine Art” will again take residence for the day at the Londonderry Commons Located on the corners of Mammoth and Pillsbury Roads. This event features artists from New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine exhibiting their paintings in oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, pen & ink and colored pencil. First, second and third place ribbons will be awarded at noon. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. www. Londonderryculture.org
. September 10-11: Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival, Wells, ME. One hundred artisans display their wares at beautiful Wells Reserve. Enjoy crafts, music, food, and environmental education. (207) 646-1555; wellsreserve.org
. September 10-11: Apple Country Craft Fair, Londonderry, NH. The area’s popular craft fail will feature 60- plus juried crafters from all over New England. Baked goods, grilled foods, coffee, baked potatoes, apple crisp, and craft raffles are also featured. 9/10 – 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; 9/11 – 9:30 a.m.- 3 p.m. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Mammoth Road and Peabody Row. E-mail email@example.com
. September 12: The Origins of the
NH State Constitution, Stratham, NH. Our existing state constitution was adopted in 1783, rewritten in 1791, and has been amended several times since them. Jere Daniell, Dartmouth College, will focus on the ideas and events that shaped the 1783 document, but will also include information on what has taken place subsequently. We have a rich constitutional history. Come learn about it. Hosted by the Stratham Historical Society. 7 p.m. Stratham Firehouse, 2 Winnicutt Road. (603) 772-9043. September 13: Saving Buffalo and Cardinal: NH’s Environmentalist Earnest Baynes, Hillsborough, NH. Baynes fought to prevent the mindless slaughter of buffalo by frontiersmen, even raising herds of them in NH. Images from his fragile glass slides show a buffalo team pulling him to the Claremont Agricultural Fair. Color images from these slides also show the varied wilds animals he domesticated locally. Brightly plumaged birds, like the cardinal, suffered a cruel fate at the hands of the fashion and hat trade that environmentalist Baynes worked to curtail. His aim was not to subdue nature but to preserve it. In his books and lectures he sought to persuade Americans that the lives and liberties of all creatures were sacred. James B. Atkinson presents this program, which is hosted by the Hillsborough Bird and Garden Club. 5:30 p.m. Caroline Fox State Forest, Centre Road. (603) 478- 3539.
September 13: That Reminds Me of a Story: Yankee Humor and the New England Storytelling Tradition, Salem, NH. Good stories never die; they evolve from teller to teller. New England has a rich and ongoing storytelling tradition from folklore to ”Bert and I” to stories about your
family, your life, or the town you live in. Humorist Rebecca Rule will prime the pump with stories she’s collected at small-town gatherings, often at historical societies and libraries, over the last 10 ears, plus a classic of two. Our “discussion” will be the stories that listeners offer up, and as one story leads to another – humorous, series, through-providing, or just plain entertaining – we practice and preserve our stories and tradition. And laugh, a lot. Hosted by the Salem Historical Society. 7:30 p.m. Salem Museum, 310 Main Street. (603) 893-0570. September 14: The Founding Fathers: What Were They Thinking?, Exeter, NH. In 1787 delegates gathered in Philadelphia to address a wide variety of crises facing the young United States of America and produced a charter for a new government. In modern times, competing political and legal claims are frequently based on what those intended. Mythology about the founders and their work at the 1787 convention has obscured both fact and legitimate analysis of the events leading to the agreement called the Constitution. Richard Hesse, UNH School of Law, explores the cast of characters called “founders,” the problems they faced and the solutions they fashioned. 7 p.m. American Independence Museum, 164 Water Street. (603) 772-2622. September 16: Ratification of the Constitution in NH, Manchester, NH. The Granite State came very close to voting against ratification of the proposed Federal Constitution. Had it done so, the nation we know today might not exist. What tactics did supporters of ratification use to snatch victory from defeat? Your town may have played a definitive role and Professor Daniell knows all about it.
11:30 a.m. NH Institute of Art, French Building Auditorium, 148 Concord Street. (603) 836-2588. September 16-18: Annual Highland Games, Lincoln, NH. A Clan Gathering and Scottish cultural celebration of music, dance, athletics, Scottish imports, and food. Fun entertainment for the whole family. Admission fee. Loon Mountain Resort. www.nhscot.org
. September 17-18: Arts & Crafts on Bedford, Stamford, CT. Bedford Street is transformed into an outdoor mall hosting more than 100 juried craftsmen and musicians. (603) 332-2616; castleberryfair.com
. September 17-18: Annual Powwow, Bedford, MA. This is a family orientated gathering of Native People who come together for drumming, dancing, singing, and trading. We invite you to come and share wit us our culture and heritage. Come and join us in our celebration. Sponsored by the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Medical Center and the Greater Lowell Indian Cultural Association. Free admissions. 10 a.m. V Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Medical Center grounds. (978) 677-7153. September 19: Overboard! A True Bluewater Odyssey of a New Hampshire Man’s Survival, Nottingham, NH. In May of 2005, Captain Tom Tighe and first mate Lock Reidy of the sailboat Almeisan welcomed three new crewmembers for a five-day voyage from Connecticut to Bermuda. One of the new members was Ron Burd of NH. Four days into their voyage a massive storm struck and Captain Tighe and Reidy were swept from the boat and carried away by huge seas. The three new crewmembers somehow remained on the vessel as it was torn apart by the
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seas. Using slides, Michael J Tougias brings this story to life, following the desperate struggles of both the crew on the boat and the Captain and first mate in the sea. 7 p.m. Blaisdell Memorial Library. (603) 679-8484. September 20: Ten Hours Until Dawn, Canterbury, NH. During the height of the Blizzard of 1978, the pilot board Can Do, with five men on board, set out from Gloucester to assist a lost Coast Guard boat and an oil tanker in a Mayday situation. Michael Tougias will share what happened on that awful night when seas became skyscrapers and 100 mile per hour winds battered New England. September 20: Darby Field & the “First” Ascent of Mount Washington, Alton, NH. Fore more than 200 years historians believed that Field made the first climb up Mount Washington in 1642. However, in the last several decades, questions have emerged about his use of Native American guides, about the likelihood of prior ascents by Native Americans, about the route Field may have followed, and about whether he actually made the ascent as claimed. We will examine how historians reconstruct the “truth” when given scant, vague, and even contradictory evidence. Presented by Allen V. Koop, Dartmouth College; hosted by the Alton Historical Society. 7 p.m. Gilman Library, 100 Main Street. (603) 875-3961.
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