News from the local food scene
• Farm fresh pizzas: Join Brookford Farm (250 West Road, Canterbury) for a family-friendly pizza party on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 1 to 4 p.m., an event held in conjunction with the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Continue reading “The Weekly Dish 22/09/29”
Floral decor designer
Kara Webster of Pelham designs and sells handcrafted seasonal wreaths and floral decor from her online shop, Enchanted Vines, and hosts virtual and in-person wreath-making workshops.
Explain your job and what it entails.
I work with high-quality florals to create wreaths and floral arrangements that appear lifelike. Continue reading “On The Job – Kara Webster”
Family fun for the weekend
• Charmingfare Farm (774 High St., Candia) is holding a multi-day pumpkin festival featuring pumpkin picking, tractor train rides, horse-drawn wagons, pumpkin art, live music and more. Visit their website to pick a date and time to attend. Available dates are Saturday, Oct. Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 22/09/29”
I have a kitty that belonged to my mom and was passed to me. It’s been very loved and worn over the years. Now it’s time to share it again with my granddaughter.
I’m wondering if there is any danger in the contents of kitty. He has torn Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 22/09/29”
The Deerfield Fair celebrates New Hampshire agriculture traditions
By Katelyn Sahagian
For more than a century the Deerfield Fair has celebrated agriculture, handmade items, farm animals and families during the first few days of autumn.
“We came back last year stronger than ever and this year is looking just Continue reading “Fair and square”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• Nature’s beauty: The Manchester Artists Association presents “Nature’s Beauty,” an exhibit celebrating art and nature at the NH Audubon Massabesic Center (26 Audubon Way in Auburn, 668-2045). The exhibit will be on display at the center (which is open Tuesday Continue reading “The Art Roundup 22/09/29”
Mezzo-soprano Zaray Rodriguez Rossi presents an immigrant experience
By Hannah Turtle
An upcoming concert at the Palace Theatre’s Spotlight Room aims to tell a story about the many experiences of freedom and of being American. Journey to Freedom: A Chamber Concert of American and Cuban American Music will follow Continue reading “A musical journey”
Manchester’s Red Arrow Diner serves up 100 years of history
PLUS A peek at other area diners
A full century after David Lamontagne opened a lunch cart at 61 Lowell St. in Manchester, his legacy as the founder and original owner of the Red Arrow Diner continues to live on. Continue reading “Celebrating the Diner”
Big Events September 29, 2022 and beyond
Friday, Sept. 30
Public speaker, author, center of the Netflix docuseries Pretend It’s a City and occasional Law & Order judge Fran Lebowitz will appear at the Capitol Center for the Arts (44 S. Main St. in Concord; ccanh.com) on Friday, Sept. 30, Continue reading “This Week 22/09/29”
Help for NH’s homeless
The Executive Council and the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee have approved $5 million from the American Rescue Plan Act funds to be given as a one-time grant to support homeless shelters across New Hampshire this coming winter, including short-term cold weather shelters. According to NHPR, homeless Continue reading “Quality of Life 22/09/29”