November 15, 2014

Tin Mountain: The conservation center is hosting a yoga program for children 7 to 10 years old. Those participating should bring a yoga mat and pillow. There will be stories, singing and a hike as well. The class starts on November 15 at 9 am and runs until December 13. It is sponsored by LL Bean and the Evenor Armington Fund. The cost is $5 per child or $3 for members. For more information and to register, call 447-6991.

Waldorf School: Saturday, November 22 from10 am to 2 pm enjoy the school’s 28th Annual Children’s Winter Craft Faire. Check out the crafts including woodworking, candle and wreath making, puppet shows, storytelling, a cake walk and musical performances. For more information call 447-3168.

Gibson Center: Thanksgiving dinners will be served Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, November 18, 19, and 20. Call to reserve your seat. This year’s meal is sponsored by Shawn and Linda Bergeron in Memory of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bergeron and Dana Haley, Sr. Diamond presents Cape Cod after lunch on Thursday, November 20 after lunch. Fran’s Flick, Labor Day, will be aired on Tuesday, November 25 after lunch. The Center is closed for Thanksgiving, November 27 & 28.

Library: Monday at 10:15 am the Morning Book Group will discuss “The Diner” by Herman Koch. At 10:30 am it’s Family Place Session #3. At 6:30 pm David Smolen will talk about downloadable books.. On Tuesday, it’s Story Time with Shuanal for children ages two and three. On Wednesday at 10:30 am it’s Story Time for those under two. On Thursday at 6 pm learn about New Hampshire’s Health Protection Program (Medicaid Expansion).

UNH Extension: Learn how to calm and relax animals at the Human Horse Balance Clinic on Sunday, November 23 at Odell Hill, Center Conway. This is a 4-H Club event for youth ages 8-18. Call 447-5192 to register.

Please be careful. Keep your doors locked. Last week, there was an attempted break-in at Tracy Holmes’ house. Though the thief was unable to enter the house, new chairs and a table were taken right off her deck.

Among those at visiting hours for Richard Drouin was Edna Heath and her sister, Darlene Jamison of Mexico, Me. along with Darlene’s three children. Also there for visiting hours was Arthur Drouin Jr., son of Arthur Drouin. Arthur Drouin Sr. was killed in the war.

Nancy and Dana Rotman of Wallingford, Ct. were at their home in Albany for the weekend. Welcome.

Now with the elections over, life gets back to normal in Albany and the state. There’s still time before the Thanksgiving rush to get out and enjoy our lovely surrounding. Have a great week.