TAMWORTH CIVIC NEWS
Art exhibit by Robert DeMario at Cook Memorial Library.
Art exhibit by Jay Rancourt at CML.
Four-week balance workshop, sponsored by the Tamworth Community Nurse Association. Call 323-8511 for details and to pre-register.
Live from the Lyceum. Featured musician at 1:30pm, followed by song circle & jam session at 2:30pm. Free.
Dinner Bell community meal. 5pm at St. Andrew’s.
The Mug Club Café at Chocorua Community Church is open, serving free coffee and baked goods to the public. Monday−Friday, 9−11:30am.
Captain Enoch Remick House guided tours, 11am. $5 admission. Call 323-7591 for details.
Community food center at St. Andrews open 10am–noon. Call 960-4067.
Storytime for young children, 10:30am, CML.
Coffee & creativity series: sip and color or draw. 9:30−11am at the Chocorua Community church Mug Club Café. Free; bring your own project.
Tech Tuesday, 1−2pm, CML. Bring your technology questions for one-on-one assistance. Other times available by appointment. Call 323-8510.
Movie Matinee, 2−3:30pm, Chocorua Community Church. Free; call for movie choice.
Lego Club for school-age children, 3:45−4:45, CML. Call 323-8510 FMI.
Farmers’ Table Lunch. The Community School. Starts at noon; by donation. Reservations helpful: Call 323-7000.
Tamworth Farmers’ Market and UUFES Thrift Shop, 9–1, rain or shine. Unitarian Universalist Church.
Cemetery Trustees fall restoration project. 9–noon at Riverside Cemetery on Old Route 25. Call 323-8510 to sign up or just show up to help. Some tools will be available, but additional shovels, rakes, and wheelbarrows are welcome.
Friends of Cook Memorial Library monthly book sale in the Annex, 10−12, CML.
Bean Supper. Settings at 5pm and 5:45pm. Cost $8. Union Hall, South Tamworth.
Fiber arts group meets at Remick Museum, 9:30–noon. Free. Call 323-7591 for details.
Mindfulness Meditation led by Diane Johnson, 5:30–7pm. Hosted by Tamworth Community Nurse. Register at 323-8511. Free to Tamworth residents.
“Anatomy of a Mountain Rescue” – a talk by Mountain Rescue Service team leader Bill Kane. A One Book One Valley program, 7pm, CML.
Flatbread Fundraiser from 4−9pm. A portion of all Flatbreads sold that night go directly to the Tamworth Outing Club, including take-out. Call 356-4470.
Monthly Writers’ Group, 5pm, Cook Memorial Library. Call Ed Martinez FMI, 730-4482.
Sing-a-long with pianist Bob Kroepel, 7−9pm at the Chocorua Community Church. Rock and roll, Broadway, old time hymns, standards, requests. Free and open to the public of all ages.
Hillsdale Dairy 4-H Club of Carroll County meets at Remick Museum & Farm, 7–9pm. Free. Ages 8–18. Call 323-7591 for details.
“Plants of Field & Forest” outdoor walks at Remick Museum, 10am. Included with $5 museum admission.
Full Moon Campfire & Walk at Remick Museum & Farm, 7–8:30pm. Stories, s’mores, and more! FREE; donations gratefully accepted.
Commemorative service at Ordination Rock on Cleveland Hill Road, 5pm. This will be followed by a birthday cake reception at the Tamworth Town House, with music by Vincent Amara.
“Celebrate Tamworth, Then and Now” variety show at The Barnstormers, 7pm. Help toast our town in music, dance, poetry, skits, readings, or whatever medium you choose! George Cleveland, emcee; Belle Stafford, stage manager. To sign up, please contact: Melanie Streeter (323‑8905), Belle Stafford (733-7402), or Kate Thompson (323-7762). This event is free and there is no reserved seating.
Remick Museum home school classes, 10am–noon. $5/participant; pre-registration required one week in advance. Call 323-7591.
Candidates’ Night, 7pm, Brett School cafeteria. Sponsored by the Chocorua Community Association.
Dan Blakeslee as Dr. Gasp! at The Tamworth Lyceum. $15, 7pm. Costumes highly encouraged; prizes for most scary, creative, and more!
“Privacy & Truth Telling – A Balance” presented by Louise Taylor, author of Nantucket Sleighride. Louise will talk about writing her newest book and sign copies. 7pm, CML.
NH Humanities Council Program, That Reminds Me of a Story, with storyteller Rebecca Rule. 6:30pm, Chocorua Church. Call 323-7186 for details.
South African singer/songwriter Tuelo Minah with her band, Tuelo & Her Cousins. Mini-concert with Q&A at the K. A. Brett School, 2pm, public welcome. Choose-Your-Own-Ticket-Price concert at The Barnstormers Theatre, 7pm. For more info, email email@example.com.
Small Farmers Club at Remick Museum, 10am. “Little House” for Little Ones: Dance at Grandpa’s (10/28); Winter Days in the Big Woods (11/18); Christmas in the Big Woods (12/16). $5/child, ages 2−6. Reservations suggested. Call 323-7591 for details.
“History of the U.S. Coast Guard” – a talk by John Galluzzo from the Foundation for Coast Guard History. A One Book One Valley program, 7pm, CML.
Sewing Craft: Learn English Paper Piecing. 1−3pm, CML.
Tamworth Farmers’ Market, 9am–1pm. Brett School (November & December); Town House (every other week, starting January 14th)
Tamworth Veterans Day Ceremony, 11am at the Veterans Memorial (junction of 113, 113A, & Main St.).
Night-time storytime with Amy. Wear pajamas. 6:30pm, CML.
Giving Thanks Feast, by donation, from 11:30am–1pm at The Community School. FMI: 323-7000.
TCNA Annual Holiday Gala, 6pm at The Preserve at Chocorua. FMI or to reserve tickets call 323-8511.
The Community School Holiday Fair, 10–2. Crafters call 323-7000 to reserve tables.
Homestead Christmas at the Remick Museum, 12–3. $5/person. FMI: 323-7591 or www.remickmuseum.org.
Paper Craft: Greeting Cards. 1−3pm, CML.
Live from the Lyceum, Mark Erelli. Tickets are $20, Doors open at 6pm, show starts 7pm.
Holiday Open House with Brett School Chorus and Potluck Singers. 6−7:30pm, Cook Memorial Library.
New Year’s Eve Contra Dance, starts at 8pm. Tamworth Town House. FMI: 323-7001.
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