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Hudson - Litchfield News | October 28, 2011 - 13 F GRACE Sundays 10:30am & 6:00pm Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer 7:00pm

SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL AGES (9:15 -10:15 every Sunday morning) For more information call 429-2979

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REE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 11 Colby Rd. Litchfield, NH 03052

Presbyterian A Community Church Worship Service &

Sunday School 10:00AM “Christianity for the rest of us”

259 Charles Bancroft Highway (Rt. 3A), Litchfield, NH Rev. Stephen Quinlan, Pastor 424-6057

"Best kept secret that is right in plain sight."

Are you looking for a church home? Visit us and feel the warm welcome.

Sunday Worship Services- 9:00am - Contemporary Service •11:00 am - Traditional Service

The first Sunday of the month at 11am is a combined Communion Service (No 9:00am service) See us on Comcast Cable ch. 20 Sundays at 9AM and 6PM

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HUDSON 236 Central St., Hudson, NH 882-6116

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October 28: Charlie the Butler’s Ghost Party, Cranston, RI. Halloween festivities at the historic Sprague Mansion, including ghost tours and a performance by mind reader Rory Rave. (401) 944-9226; October 28-29: Boy Scouts Memorabilia Show, Manchester, NH. Scout collectors throughout the country travel to this event to buy, sell and swap all kinds of Boy Scout memorabilia and collectibles. Included in the show will be displays of memorabilia and auction items. The Collections and Scouting Heritage merit badges will be offered for Scouts to earn. Admission fee for adults, free for Scouts. 10/28 3-10 p.m., 10/29 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Camp Carpenter and the Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum. October 29: Ammonoosuc Valley Railway Association Fall Model Railroad Show, Bethlehem, NH. As usual, this year’s show will feature a number of operating modular railroad layouts. The lineup will include the AVRA 16 foot by 20 foot HO modular railroad (first modular layout in New England), and the Lebanon Model Railroad Club’s spectacular “N” scale Crawford Notch operating display. Besides the various operating layouts, the show will include several dozen dealers with a broad selection of model railroad locomotives, cars, and accessories for sale, as well as books, photographs and miscellaneous railroad memorabilia. Admission fee. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Profile School, Profile Road (Route 18). (603) 747-3492 or (603) 989-5543. October 29: Runaway Wives: When Colonial Marriages Failed, Marlow, NH. When 18th century wives tired of the marriage contract, they could run, but they could not hide. Husbands chased them down via newspaper ads, effectively removing their sources of credit and income. In the war between the sexes, one reads of surprisingly enduring economic and social barriers to runaway wives. Presented by Marcia Schmidt Blaine, PSU, and hosted by the Marlow Historical Society. 6 p.m. Jones Hall, 12 Church Street. (603) 446-7421. October 31: Beacon Hill with a BOO!, Boston, MA. Tales of ghosts, murderers, mystery, and mayhem: a Halloween tour that proves there’s more to fear in this historic neighborhood than high rents. (617) 367-2345; November 1: Willie Nelson, Lowell, MA. Willie Nelson remains a vital icon in country music, having greatly influenced the new country, new traditionalist, and alternative country movements of the 80s and 90s as well as leaving behind a legacy of classic songs and recordings. Do not miss out on this chance to see him play all of your favorites live. Admission fee. 8 p.m. Lowell Memorial Auditorium. (978) 454-2299; November 3: The Founding Fathers: What Were They Thinking?, Nashua, NH. The American Revolution was over and the fledgling country needed direction. In 1787 a group of men went to Philadelphia to set the wheels in motion. During the convention, the delegates addressed a wide variety of crises facing the young United States of America and produced the charter for a new government. In modern times, competing political and legal claims are frequently based on what those delegates intended. Mythology about the founders and their work at the 1787 Convention has obscured both fact and legitimate analysis of the events leading to their agreement called the Constitution. Find out the issues our founding fathers faced with this presentation by Richard Hesse, professor emeritus, University of New Hampshire School of Law. Free. 7-9 p.m. Nashua Community College, Gregg Hall Auditorium. (603) 578-8900, ext. 1440. November 4-5: First Church, UCC, Holiday Fair, Nashua. Unique, handmade gifts and decorations, huge Bake Sale, large Silent Auction, and knit and crocheted items. “New to You” items, aged cheddar cheese, lunch from 11-1:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open from 9 to noon. 11/4 4-8 p.m., 11/5 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 1 Concord Street, Nashua. November 4: Jeff Dunham, Lowell, MA. Durham’s sidesplitting performances have made him the top grossing live comedian in North America for three consecutive years as well as the last two years worldwide. Now his ever-growing legion of devoted fans that flock to his shows will meet the newest additions to his suitcase posse. Achmed the Dead Terrorist has to now contend with his rebellious offspring, Achmed Junior, aka A.J. Meanwhile, Peanut has decided that he’s tired of being Jeff’s sidekick and has taken up ventriloquism with his own character: Little Jeff. More hilarity than ever ensues as the never-before-seen characters unleash their own havoc on stage. Admission fee. 8 p.m. Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell. (866) 722-8780; November 5: Taylor’s Grove Concert, Manchester, NH. Veteran country music performer Mac McHale and old-time gospel singer Carolyn Hunter have joined forces to bring a bit of the North and South together. Their duo, Taylor’s Grove takes the name from the little North Carolina church where Carolyn grew up singing with her family. With guitar, mandolin, banjo, and tight harmony, Mac and Carolyn perform in the spirit of old-fashioned American music that reaches across barriers of place and generations. They bring together songs Mac learned from his mother and country radio in Downeast Maine and songs Carolyn heard in Piedmont, North Carolina in the days when people from miles around would bring their guitars and children to church just to sign and play. Come and enjoy this unique blending of talents of these two unique musicians, educators, and music preservationists! Admission fee. 2 p.m. Millyard Museum, Elm Street Gallery. (603) 622-7531; www. November 11-12: Northampton Center for the Arts, Northampton, MA. Featuring more than 60 vendors selling everything from knitwear and jewelry to metalwork and ceramics. November 12: 2011 Women’s Health Forum, Manchester, NH. Make some time for you and join us for the upcoming Women’s Health Forum, presented by Dartmouth- Hitchcock Manchester and Catholic Medical Center. This fun and inspirational event is designed for women of

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its impact on our bodies, common endocrine disorders, and ways to live green and eat clean. Area vendors will be onsite with items available for purchase including teas, soaps, cosmetics, jewelry and more! Registration fee. 8:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m. Manchester Health Department, 1528 Elm Street. For more information or to pre- register call (603) 626-2626; November 11-13: Gift in Hand, Canterbury, NH. A three-day artisan show and sale that features works from some of the area’s most talented artists and craftsmen. Shop for unique handcrafted gifts including baskets, soaps, photography, art, textiles, hand woven items, wooden ware, pottery, jewelry, paper goods, and specialty foods! The perfect time and place to get a jump start on your holiday shopping. . 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Canterbury Shaker Village. (603) 783-9511;

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Town of Hudson Public Hearing

Please take notice, in accordance with NH RSA 675:3, the Town of Hudson, New Hampshire, Planning Board will hold public hearings on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Develop- ment Meeting Room (lower level) of Hudson Town Hall at 12 School Street, Hudson to consider the following zoning amendments to the Hudson Zoning Ordinance, amended through March 2011 (added language to each amendment is shown in bold-underlined print and deleted language is shown in bold-strikethrough print): :

1. Amend § 334-16. Building permits. [Amended 3-10-2004] Sub-section A. to read as follows:

A. Exemptions. Building permits shall not be required for the following: accessory structures, such as mailboxes, doghouses, birdbaths, ornamental landscaping features, swing sets, children’s playhouses, clotheslines, fences six eight feet or less in height and other similar types of structures which by custom and reason, in the opinion of the Building Inspector, do not require building permits. [Amended 3-14- 1995 by Amdt. No. 8]

2. Amend § 334-16.C.(2)(d) to read as follows:

(d) “Multifamily residential buildings shall have an average a mini- mum per-unit size of 750 square feet.”

3. Amend Table of Permitted Accessory Uses Footnote 1 to read as fol lows:

1= See § 334-12F I of this chapter for additional requirements.

Copies of the full text of the above-cited zoning amendments can be reviewed/obtained at the Community Development Dept., the Rodgers Memorial Library and the Town Clerk’s Office.

John M. Cashell Town Planner

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Town of Hudson Public Hearing

Please take notice, in accordance with NH RSA 675:6, the Town of Hudson, New Hampshire, Planning Board will hold public hearings on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Devel- opment Meeting Room (lower level) of Hudson Town Hall at 12 School Street, Hudson to consider the following Planning Board Land Use Regula- tions amendments:

Amend § 193-10(I) – Driveways - to read as follows (added language shown in bold-underlined print):

(I) Shared driveways are not allowed unless approved by the Planning Board.

Amend § 275-6. K. General requirements. [Amended 4-9-1986 by Amend- ment No. 86-1] to read as follows (added language shown in bold-under- lined print):

K. Require suitably located travelways of sufficient width to accom modate existing and prospective traffic and to afford adequate light, air and access for fire-fighting apparatus and equipment to build- ings, and be coordinated so as to compose a convenient system. Unless otherwise permitted by the Planning Board, proposed cul-de-sac travelways shall comply with the design and construc- tion criteria set forth in § 289-18.B., Cul-de-sac roads , of these regulations.

Copies of the full text of the above-cited Planning Board Land Use Regula- tions amendments can be reviewed/obtained at the Community Develop- ment Dept., the Rodgers Memorial Library and the Town Clerk’s Office.

John M. Cashell Town Planner

Town of Hudson Public Notice

Pursuant to RSA 31-95-e, and in accordance with Article 12 of the March 1993 Town Meeting, the Hudson Board of Selectmen shall hold a public hearing in conjunction with their regularly scheduled meeting on November 8, 2011, which starts at 7:00 p.m. and is held in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at Town Hall, 12 School Street, Hudson, NH, relative to the accep- tance of a donation by the 9-11 Committee of the Benson Park 9-11 Me- morial, which is valued at $45,914. Any Hudson, NH resident who wishes to speak on this matter is invited to attend.

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