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Hudson - Litchfield News 8 - September 16, 2011


About That Toothbrush Wait!


Before you lather up the toothbrush you bought on sale 3 years ago, take a


minute to learn some


facts that will help you become a better and more informed brusher.


Any toothbrush you have used for more than 3 or 4 months is history, as far as its ability to fight plaque is concerned.


Plaque is a thin, colorless film of bacteria that


constantly forms on your teeth. If it is not removed, plaque can lead to tooth decay and gum disease. A worn-out toothbrush cannot effectively clean off that plaque. Also, bent or broken bristles can injure your gums. Although individuals vary in how quickly they wear out a new toothbrush, generally your toothbrush is maximally effective for about one season. If you replace your brush each summer, autumn, winter, and spring, it will always be up-to-date in plaque fighting effectiveness -- never part of history.


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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 Family Grecian Festival, Andover, MA. A fun time for all ages! Live Green music, dancing and children’s activities, tour the Athenian Marketplace, delicious homemade Greek pastries, Green specialties menu, and much more – too many to list! Free admission with parking and courtesy shuttle. 9/16 –5-11 p.m., 9/17 – 11 a.m.-11 p.m., 9/18 – 11 a.m.-5 p.m. St. Constantine & Helen Church grounds and Family Center, 71 Chandler Road. 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 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.


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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. September 20: The Four Aces, Nashua, NH. Carrying on the tradition of the original group and led by Fred Diodati (who has been part of the group since the late ‘50s), The Four Aces continue to entertain audiences with magical melodies, inspiring instrumentals and laugh-out-loud remarks. The four vocalists are accompanied by a trio of musicians, providing a rich sound of familiar, feel-good music. Sponsored by the Nashua Community Concert Association. Admission fee. 8 p.m. Elm Street Middle School. (603) 888-9158; wwwcityartnashua.org; www. nashuacommunityconcerts.org. September 21: Sprightly Steps: New Hampshire’s Contra and Square Dance Traditions, Bedford, NH. Nearly every New Hampshire town has a dance history, from fancy balls or cotillions to kitchen junkets or “tunks.” People of all ages, backgrounds, and financial standings fell victim to the strains of the fiddle. Changes in musical style and culture over the years have threatened old-time fiddling and dancing, but some faithful practitioners are keeping the old styles alive. Live fiddling by presenter Adam Boyce accompanies


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North Hampton, NH. Louis Wagner was charged with murdering Anethe and Karen Christenson on Smuttynose Island, Isles of Shoals, in March of 1873. He was convicted on the first charge and executed in 1875. Although sentiment against Wagner was at a fever pitch immediately following the murders, time and reflection have generated an ongoing debate as to the fairness of the trial and the validity of the verdict. Drawing from the trial transcript, media reports, and the cultural milieu in which the trial took place, independent scholar John Perrault invites you to examine the law’s judgment of Louis Wagner.


John weaves his “Ballard of Louis Wagner”


through the course of the program with guitar and vocal. 7 p.m. North Hampton Library, 237A Atlantic Avenue. (603) 964) 6326. September 21: Annual Fight to Educate, Manchester, NH. Featuring professional boxing, entertainment and boxing legends, the Fight to Educate is a unique charity event that combines a love of sports with the vision of assisting children and seniors in need, who without fundraisers like this could be ‘down for the count.’ Las year, over 1,600 people watched with anticipation as Demetrius “Boo- Boo” Andrade impressively knocked out Dave Saunders in the super welterweight match. Join us this year for more heart-pounding excitement and meet some of your favorite boxing legends, such as Gerry Cooney. Admission fee. 8 p.m. Ticket info: www.verizonwirelessarena.com/ calendar/Calendar-details.asp?id=993. September 24: Cornish Apple Festival, Cornish, ME. A celebration of the local harvest at Thompson Park. Taste the season’s fruit, freshly pressed cider, and other products from local growers. Plus a craft fair and music all day. (207) 625-4993; Cornish-maine.org. September 24-25: Swamp Yankee Days Festival, Ashaway, RI. This family event at Crandall Field features exhibits of antique tools and tractors, plus music, dancing, food, and cow-chip bingo. (401) 539-7508; (401) 539-0120; charihoratary.org. September 26: Revolutionary New Hampshire, Hillsborough, NH. In 1760, New Hampshire had a stable government. That government collapsed by 1776 and it took until the early 1790s to restore the stability of the pre-Revolutionary era. The story of these changes is both fascinating and complex. Jere Daniell, Dartmouth College, presents this program which is hosted by the Hillsborough Historical Society. 7 p.m. Franklin Pierce Homestead, 300 2nd New Hampshire Turnpike. (603) 478-0809.


September 29-October 2: The 135th Deerfield Fair, Deerfield, NH. Rain or shine, this fair is packed with four full days of events, both old and new, with fun for all ages. It’s entertaining, educational and lots of entertainment. Deerfield Fairgrounds. For more information, visit deerfieldfair.com. October 1: Apple Harvest Day, Dover, NH. Held at Henry Law Park and other downtown locations, this craft fair and street festival features a 5K road race, music, dancing, apple-pie baking contest, pony rides, petting zoo, rides, games, and more. (603) 742-2218; dovernh. org.


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October 8: The Prodigals, Boothbay Harbor, ME. This Irish group brings a blend of traditional Celtic tunes and punk rock music to the Opera House. (207) 633-5159; boothbayoperahouse.com. October 8: Somersworth Pumpkin Festival, Somersworth, NH. Al all-day family-oriented event at Main Street Plaza, with gourd carving, hayrides, scarecrow making, pumpkin smashing, and the ever-popular pumpkin catapult. (603) 692-5869; nhfestivals.org. October 8-9: Connecticut Garlic & Harvest Festival, Bethlehem, CT. Celebrate all things pungent at Bethlehem Fairgrounds. Lectures, cooking demonstrations, entertainment, crafts, and the most fragrant food court around. (203) 266-7810; garlicfestct.com. October 8-9: Quilt & Needle Arts Show, East Haddam, CT. An old-time quilt festival at First Church of Christ Congregational. (860) 873-8567; ehquiltshow.sc43.org. October 15-16: 30 Years – Seams Like Yesterday, Rochester, NH. More than 175 quilts will be on display at Rochester Community Center, plus merchant mall, silent auction, quilt raffle, guild boutique, penny sale, and more. (603) 269-3032; cochecoquilters.org. October 16: Chowder Race, Marblehead, MA. A big race for tin boats: Marblehead Model Yacht Club hosts a day of competitions among scale-reproduction yachts. (781) 631-6727; mmycboat.com. October 16: Pioneer Valley Book & Ephemera Fair, Northampton, MA. One of the best vintage wares shows in the Northeast. Find rare books, maps, autographs, prints, posters, playbills, and more, all at Smith Vocational School. (603) 509-2639; flamingoeventz.com. October 21-23: OgunquitFest, Ogunquit, ME. Come to the Maine coast for this annual town-wide fall tradition. Events include pumpkin decorating, costume parade, craft bazaar, high-heel race, ghost tours, wagon rides, and scarecrow contest. (207) 646-2939; visitogunquit.org. October 22: Annual Pumpkin Festival, Keene, NH. The signature tower on Central Square is still the centerpiece of Keene’s Pumpkin Festival. The street will be lined with pumpkins and pumpkin spectators, for the smoothest strolling and best viewing ever, unfettered by vendor booths and queues. Families and seniors are very welcome and handicap parking in excellent locations makes access easy. Live musical entertainment will add to the atmosphere on stage near the city square and at other selected locations but the sights will carry the day! Noon-8:30 p.m. (precisely!). Free, however, your donation in advance of any amount will go a long way in keeping this event alive for your children and your children’s children. Downtown Keene. pumpkinfestival2011.org.


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