■In an hard work to familiarize Andover region people with the services provided by the Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice, and how to obtain them if the have to have occurs, the Andover Neighborhood Hub will current a Zoom dialogue with Jim Culhane, Lake Sunapee VNA president and CEO, on Tuesday at 3 p.m. Contributors will master about the many types of care available, centered on enabling persons to remain in their homes as extended as feasible. Individuals interested in signing up for the discussion can contact [email protected] and request the Zoom backlink.
■“Our Endangered Honey Bees & What We Can All Do to Help” will be offered through Zoom on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Kim Pease, owner of Tucker Mountain Farm and Apiary in Andover, will go over the worrisome decline in figures of both of those honeybees and other native bees in New Hampshire and nationwide, the probable triggers, and the ways anyone with a lawn can choose to help these important pollinators. Those people intrigued in signing up for the dialogue can speak to [email protected] and request the Zoom connection
■Boscawen Congregational Church products and services are open for in-individual worship on Sundays at 10 a.m. Livestream of the service is even now accessible by means of the church Facebook web site at 10 a.m. on Sundays.
■Appointments are no extended expected at the Boscawen General public Library, but masks are nonetheless needed and lowered occupancy suggestions will be followed. The library is open Monday as a result of Thursday from 12-4 p.m. No-make contact with reserve and pickup carries on to be obtainable. Extra information and facts is readily available at boscawenpubliclibrary.org. Email [email protected] or phone the library through their open up hours.
■A soup kitchen area will be held on Saturday from 4:30-5 p.m. at Sovereign Grace Fellowship, 235 Large St. (Route 4 west). It is a drive-up, evening meal to-go software.
■Hunting and fishing licenses are readily available at the Town Clerk’s Business office. Spring year is open May well 1-31. Call 753-9188 to make your appointment.
■New Hampshire law calls for that the supervisors of the checklist verify the checklist every single ten years. Any individual on the checklist who has not voted in the past four a long time must re-register to continue to be on the checklist. The supervisors are sending notices to these voters at the tackle the voter offered when registering. The supervisors will maintain sessions for registering voters or altering affiliation on Monday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Sam Lake Dwelling, 10 Hackleboro Highway. Voters may check party affiliation on the web at application.sos.nh.gov/Public/PollingPlaceSearch.aspx. Candidates for registration should really bring proof of identification, age, citizenship and domicile. Individuals who do not convey proof with them may well continue to sign-up if they signal an affidavit attesting to their skills for id, age and citizenship and/or domicile.
■Elkins Community Library hrs are Mondays and Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to midday. Facial area masks are demanded. Be sure to ring the doorbell in advance of getting into the building. Appointments are demanded for computer usage in 30-minute time slots. You should contact to make preparations. Curbside pickup is still provided.
■Story Time-To-Go kits are created for youthful audience to encourage literacy enhancement. Just about every kit is dependent on the interests and looking at stage of the particular person reader and has textbooks, action sheets and crafts with components provided. Connect with or electronic mail the library to get your own kit.
■A risk-free observance of Memorial Day will be held this year on Could 31. The town will forego the common parade down the hill and gather at the bandstand at 10 a.m. The Belmont Superior College band will offer the songs and Mark Stevens will be the featured speaker. In situation of inclement climate, the observance will be canceled via town electronic mail and a indication on the bandstand.
■The preparing board is assembly on Monday at 7 p.m. at Academy Hall. Masks are essential for all indoor meetings. The Zoom link is readily available at salisburynh.org.
■The college board is holding a meeting on Monday at 7:15 p.m. Pay a visit to mvsdpride.org for more facts on how to sign up for this assembly.
■The Aged House Working day Committee is wanting for customers and volunteers. The committee is conference on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. at Academy Hall. All are welcome. Check out salisburynh.org for additional information and facts. Old Dwelling Day is scheduled for Aug. 7, with a achievable 2nd working day on Aug. 8.
■The board of selectmen will fulfill on May possibly 19 at 6 p.m. at Academy Corridor. You can also be part of the assembly almost by way of Zoom. Take a look at salisburynh.org for the Zoom website link.
■The Mates of Neglected Youngsters food stuff pantry positioned at 224 Lavatory Street in Harmony serves 23 towns in Merrimack County and Salisbury is one particular of them. They are open up on Thursdays from 9-11:15 a.m. and 12-7 p.m. A family can arrive the moment a thirty day period for foods. During COVID-19, the pantry is not verifying profits eligibility. Initially-time consumers should carry evidence of residency for each and every member of the domestic. Get in touch with 753-4801 on arrival and someone will get your facts and convey your foodstuff exterior. There is also a clothes pantry.
■May car or truck renewal registration data has been mailed to individuals who want to renew. Be sure to stick to the instructions in the letter enclosed and the town clerk will mail your new stickers and registration to you. If you are unable to accessibility these providers on the web get in touch with the city clerk’s office by mobile phone (648-6322), fax (648-6658) or e-mail ([email protected]) with questions. For new motor vehicles, marriage licenses and crucial information, be sure to electronic mail the city clerk and ask for an appointment.
■Library company several hours for pickup and delivery are Monday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday from 1-7 p.m., Thursday from 1-7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Simply call or e-mail the library ([email protected]) to set up no-contact pickup and supply. Storytime is completed live on Facebook on Mondays at 10:30 a.m. Verify out the Salisbury Absolutely free Library Fb web site and salisburyfreelibrary.wordpress.com for standard library updates, programming information, links to digital events and on the web assets.
■The Salisbury Farmers Market place will open up on June 21. Hours are from 3-6 p.m. each individual Monday afternoon during the summer (except holiday seasons). If you are intrigued in being a seller at the marketplace, remember to access out to Helen Binette at 648-2156.
■Spring is springing and with the rain we’ve had recently a great deal of vegetation in the back garden are popping up. Pillsbury Lake Management and the Webster Free of charge Public Library invite all of Webster to a plant swap on Saturday from 10 a.m. to midday at the Pillsbury Lake Clubhouse on Deer Meadow Road. If you have pots you want to send to a new home, carry them together. Be absolutely sure to label your vegetation so the person taking them home knows what they have.
■The Webster Town-Extensive Garden Sale will be on Could 22 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is sponsored by the Webster Elementary University PTO and serves as a fundraiser for the faculty. Register by sending your title, mailing address, yard sale deal with, cellphone number and e-mail handle to the college (WES PTO, 936 Struggle St., Webster, NH 03303 by Wednesday). More donations are often welcomed, as the PTO is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization. Electronic mail [email protected] Are you a consumer? The PTO will offer maps at the school on the morning of the lawn sale for a rate of $2.
■A huge thank you to the Webster Law enforcement, Webster Ambulance and the Hopkinton Ambulance who assisted us with a healthcare concern. They were caring and professional when we desired them.