THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, April 26, 2012
Mother's Day! Mother's Day! GIFTS from 17
schedule. Apps are also a great tool to help manage budgets and shopping lists, and keep tabs on important health markers like blood pressure and weight loss goals. Finally, if after all that she actu- ally has time for herself, Mom can use her tablet or laptop to read books or magazines on the fly.
Gift Idea: Scanners, VHS To
DVDSoftware, Digital Cameras, Photo Pro- cessing Software
How it will help her: Chances are, Mom’s got
some material in VHS format that she’d love to keep. The right software can help her translate old family videos, her wedding video or even a favorite movie from videotape to a more durable, flexible DVD format. A scanner or digital camera are great tools for digitiz- ing prized images for safer storage online. Photo processing software can help her edit and retouch images, and create collages or special ef- fects on favorite pho- tos.
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY! WE’RE OPEN FOR THE SEASON!
she’s out for Gift Idea: Wireless network/
Garden Shop with Unique Accessories
Offering a wide variety of container grown
perennials, a unique selection of trees, flowering shrubs & evergreens.
Hours: 9-5 • 7 Days
wifi and wireless en- abled devices like Blu- etooth accessories and e-readers How it will help her: Going wireless means im- proved mobility. Mom can use her wireless devices to do a host of activities while on the go, whether
Picnic Rock Farms
formerly Longridge Farm AND
Check our our great selection of Perennials, Annuals, Herbs and Vegi Plants
Re-Opening For The Season SATURDAY APRIL 28TH
Fresh produce • Seeds • Maple Syrup. Maple candies • Honey • Jams & Jellies. Salsas • Tomato sauces and much more!
Enjoy some fresh baked goods from our onsite bakery
Hanging Baskets available for Mothers Day!
LLC THE FARM
PANTRY® FRESH BAKED GOODS
Open Seven Days a Week • 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
SATURDAY MAY 5TH COME CELEBRATE OUR 5TH ANNUAL
9 am - 3 pm Hosted by the
NorthEast Two Cylinder Club
Talk to the operators and view some real vintage iron at work
279-8421 • 85 D.W. Hwy • Meredith, NH (Just South of the Meredith Traffic Circle)
Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch Surprise Mom with a Cruise & Brunch on Lake Winnipesaukee on Her Special Day.
Cruise, brunch & entertainment for the whole family. All inclusive. May 13 at 10 AM&2 PM
Order on line: cruiseNH.com
a run or r u n n i n g the kids to soc-
cer practice. Wireless de- vices will also help her take advantage of enter- tainment opportunities like streaming video or media to an HDTV, and even access online movies from sources like Netflix - great gadgets to have on hand for entertaining youngsters on long car
Country Drummer Jewelers
The Rt. 25 • Harbor Square
Moultonboro, NH Tues.-Fri. 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat. 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Mother & Child The Timeless Gift Available In Sterling
& 14K Gold as a Pendant or Earrings
rides or in busy waiting rooms.
Tech Tutorials How i t wi l l help her: While much of to- day’s tech- nology is intuitive, some - t i m e s learning a l l the vast ca- pabili - ties of a new tool c a n b e
confusing and time- consuming. You can find plenty of online
tutorials to help
Mom learn to use tools like screen sharing, vid- eo conferencing and all the many apps available for her tablet, laptop or smartphone. Can’t find one you want? Pitch in and teach her yourself. You’ll probably discover something new together, plus you’ll be spending some quality time with Mom.
Gift Idea: Gift Cards
How it will help her: Still
not sure what to give? Maybe Mom has a better idea. Give her a gift card for technology related services like iTunes, the Apps marketplace, Netf- lix, Hulu or a tech store.
Finally, after all this
creative brainstorming of ideas, you deserve a break, too. When you’re ready to buy, head on- line to one-stop websites like FatWallet or Ebates, where you can find dis- counts, coupons and cash back rewards on mer- chandise, experienced techie staff members and expert community con- tributors that share tech tips and deals every day.
Treat Mom on her day!
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