Quilt shop owner
Christine Arlit is the owner of The Sewing Diva Quilt Shop, a full-service quilt shop in North Salem Village.
Explain your job and what it entails.
As the owner, I wear many hats [including] purchasing inventory, entering it in the system, getting it onto the sales floor, scheduling Continue reading “On The Job – Christine Arlit”
It’s not too late to plant your orchard this year
I love the saying that something is “As American as apple pie.” I love apple pie and would have some for breakfast every day if I could. But oddly enough, apples are not native to the United States. They came Continue reading “Growing good apples without chemicals”
Family fun for the weekend
Arts and crafts
• The Bookery (844 Elm St. in Manchester) will hold a storytime and craft on Saturday, Oct. 8, beginning at 11:30 a.m. featuring the book A Spoonful of Frogs and a fun science experiment about frogs. The event is free, but registration Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 22/10/06”
The Milford Pumpkin Festival is back for the 33rd year
By Katelyn Sahagian
The Milford Pumpkin Festival is back for the 33rd year of celebrating everything autumn.
Wade Campbell, the president of the festival committee, said he was thrilled to bring the festival back in its full glory.
“ Continue reading “Pumpkin Fest time”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• Irish tenor concert: St. Joseph Cathedral (145 Lowell St., Manchester) will host a concert featuring world-acclaimed Irish tenor Emmet Cahill on Thursday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m, the first public performance there since the cathedral’s renovation. The concert will include Continue reading “The Art Roundup 22/10/06”
Food, parade and more bring crowds to small town
By Hannah Turtle
Since it began in 1947, the Warner Fall Foliage Festival has been a mainstay for the small New Hampshire town, attracting guests from all over the area. After two years of absence, locals are all the more Continue reading “Warner Fall Foliage Festival returns”
Find the local roller derby or kickball team to root for, local boxing matches with crowd appeal and the high school and college teams to inspire your young athletes
The thrill of watching a live sporting event does not require a long drive and a big payout.
If you want Continue reading “Be a super fan!”
Big Events October 6, 2022 and beyond
Thursday, Oct. 6
The 20th annual New Hampshire Film Festival kicks off today and runs through Sunday, Oct. 9, at several locations around Portsmouth including the Music Hall, the Lounge, the Press Room, St. John’s Church and 3S Artspace. Today’s events include a Continue reading “This Week 22/10/06”
Making real estate fun
Local real estate agent Tommy Bolduc and his clients looking to sell their home on Guys Lane in Weare decided to have some fun with the home listing pictures. WMUR reported that the pictures feature a man dressed as Michael Myers, the iconic masked villain from Continue reading “Quality of Life 22/10/06”
The dramatically disappointing 2022 local baseball season mercifully ended with John Henry’s team in last place for the fifth time in the last 10 seasons.
Let that seep in for a second. Yes, there were two World Series wins in that time and four overall since Henry and Tom Werner Continue reading “2022 in the books”