Northern Stage Season of Shows:

Upcoming Colby-Sawyer College events:

Upcoming Events at Lebanon Opera House:

Upcoming Events at New London Barn Playhouse:

Upcoming Events at Hopkins Center for the Arts:

September 26

Notable Newport A History of The Sunshine Town, Summercrest, 169 Summer St., Newport, NH, 2:30pm, presented by Larry Cote, Newport Museum Director, RSVP to Leigh Stocker or 863-8181 by Monday 9/24 to attend

LSRVNA Free Blood Pressure Clinic, Warner Senior Center, 49 W. Main St., Warner, NH, 10:30am-noon, no appt. needed, info 938-2104

September 27

LSRVNA Foot Clinic, New London Office, 107 Newport Rd., New London, NH, 9:30-1:30pm, $25 by appt. only 526-4077

September 28

Sunapee Community Coffeehouse, Sunapee Methodist Church, Lower Main St., Sunapee, NH, 7-9pm, Click Horning and Joanie Horning, hat passed for donations

13th Annual Benefit in New London, cocktails, dinner and dancing to support the hospital and all the services in New London, and Newport, purchase tickets or a table at

Concert, Bradford Center Meetinghouse, 18 Rowe Mountain Road, Bradford, NH, 6-8pm, Do Bros., $10 donation, info 938-5372

Predictive Fiction, NH Telephone Museum, 1 Depot St., Warner, NH, 7-8pm, Jim Isaak explains the need to try to get a better handle on where technological change is going and how to anticipate some of the impact of the various trajectories, admission by donation, info 456-2234 or

Monthly Music Parties, Whipple Hall, 429 Main St., New London, NH, last Friday of the month, 10-10:45am, ages 2-5 and their caregivers with Jill Thompson, music-based stories, playing rhythm instruments, singing, dancing, etc., $10 per class for one child and caregiver, info

September 29

Wilmot Farmers' Market, Wilmot Town Green, Kearsarge Valley Road, Wilmot, NH, 9-noon

Antique Tractors & One-Lungers, WFK Ice House, 91 Pleasant St., New London, NH, 9-1pm, info

Flea Market/Silent Auction, Newport Town Common, Newport, NH, 9-3pm, if rain held iin Towle School Gym, $5/person, winner gets 50% of the proceeds, info 477-6985

September 30

Wilmotpalooza 2018, Wilmot Community Assoc. Red Barn, Town Green and Ball Field, pancake breakfast, kids' games and a lot more, full schedule at

Fall Walk, Meet at parking lot across from the Tracy Memorial Library, Main St., New London, NH, 9am, join Jeff Troxell for guided walk at Clark Pond, info 526-2477 or

Harvest Day, Muster Field Farm, Harvey Road, North Sutton, NH, 10-4pm, also open for tours for a portion of the day and hayrides will be available, info 927-4276 or

Fungi Foray, The Fells, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH, 1-4pm, meet at gatehouse, tro to fungi for beginners followed by a foray amid the rich Fells woodlands and ending with identification session, bring a basket and knife, free for members, $10 for non-members, advance reg. req. 763-4789 ext 3 or

October 1

LSRVNA Free Blood Pressure Clinic, COA, 37 Pleasant St., New London, NH, 9:45-11:15am, no appt. needed, info 526-6368

Islam for Non-Muslims, COA, 37 Pleasant St., New London, NH, 10am, Dr. Charles Kennedy will follow an outline of Islamic beliefs and practices, then the discussion will turn to how Islam is practiced in the US, info and to register 526-6368

October 4

Special First Thursday Hike - Family Friendly Fall Foliage at The Fells (advance registration req.), join Dave Anderson of the Forest Society for an outdoor celebration of our beautiful NH native trees, 4-5pm, members free, non-members cost of regular admission, 763-4789 ext 3,

October 6

Concert Series, Renaissance Baroque with Jean Twombly and Peter Tourin, Town Meeting House, 23 Four Corners Road, Springfield, NH, 7pm, purchase tickets at Springfield Town Office, 2750 Main St., Springfield, NH, info 763-4805

October 12

243rd Navy Birthday Celebration, Bistro Nouveau Restaurant, Eastman Golf Links, Grantham, NH, 11am cash bar, lunch noon, speaker Captain Lynne Blankenberker, Navy Reserve, all who serve or have served in the U.S. Navy are invited, reservations req by 10/1/18, $25/person, 526-9646, 526-4391 or 763-4855

October 20

Lake Sunapee Flute Choir, WCA Red Barn, 64 Village Road, Wilmot, NH, 7pm, free

  1. ****IMPORTANT**** Public Flu Clinics
    Members of your Emergency Management Committee, in conjunction with the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network (PHN) and the Lake Sunapee Region VNA, have been closely monitoring the statewide and local response to the H1N1 influenza.
    For more information about H1N1 or to find a clinic, call NH’s Public Inquiry Line by dialing 211 or visit  These clinics are sponsored by the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network:  Or go to
    Upcoming 2018 Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice Flu Clinics:  LSRVNA will bill Medicaid, Medicare and Medicare Replacement Plans, bring insurance card, $30 for regular dose and $75 for the high dose recommended for persons 65+ years of age with cash or check.  Call 603-526-4077 for updates and info.


9/21/18  10-noon  Kearsarge Presbyterian Church, New London

9/21/18  5:30-7pm  Washington Town Hall

9/24/18  10-noon  Sunapee Seniors at United Methodist Church

9/24/18  5-7pm  Newbury Library

9/25/18  10:30-12:30pm  Cornish Town Hall Senior Lunch

9/26/18  9:30-11:30am  Warner Pharmacy

9/26/18  11-12:30pm  Newport Senior Center

9/27/18  2-4pm  First Baptist Church, New London

9/28/18  10-noon  Claremont Senior Center

9/28/18  3:30-4:30pm  Marion Phillips, Claremont

10/2/18  10-noon  Upper Valley Senior Center, Lebanon

10/3/18  10-11:30am  Mascoma Area Senior Center, Canaan

10/5/18  10-noon  Earl Bourdon Centre, Claremont

10/5/18  10:30-noon  Lyon Brook, New London

10/10/18  9-noon  The Center at Eastman, Grantham

10/11/18  11-1pm  Hilltop Place, New London

10/11/18  2:30-3:30pm  Maple Manor, Newport

10/12/18  12:30-2:30pm  Sugar River Mills, Claremont

10/18/18  4-6pm  Springfield Town Hall

10/18/18  5-7pm  WCA Red Barn, Wilmot

10/19/18  1-3pm  St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, New London

10/24/18  9:30-11:30am  Warner Pharmacy

10/25/18  11:30-1:30pm  Plainfield School

10/29/18  10-11:30am  Earl Bourdon Centre, Claremont

10/30/18  10-noon  Claremont Senior Center

10/31/18  11-12:30pm  Newport Senior Center

**Council on Aging on-going events** 526-6368, 37 Pleasant Street, New London,

Walking at Proctor Academy - Weekdays 8:30am-10am, Proctor Gym, wear clean sneakers

Chair Exercises - Mondays & Fridays 10:15am, COA, 37 Pleasant St., New London

Tom & Tom's Men's Discussion Group - Mondays 8:45 a.m., COA, 37 Pleasant St., New London

Hand and Foot Card Game - Wednesdays, 1pm

Duplicate Bridge - Mondays, 12:45pm; Wednesdays, 9:15am

Memoir Writing Group - Tuesdays 10am

Poker - Tuesdays, 2pm

Walk-in Painting - Tuesdays, 1pm

Women's Discussion Group - Fridays, 9am

Tai Chi - Tuesdays 9am, Wednesdays, 2:30pm, Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church, New London

Contract Bridge - Thursdays, 9:30am

Mahjong - Fridays, 12:30pm

French Discussion Group - 1st and 3rd Mondays 4:15pm

Bone Builders Exercise Program RSVP - Tuesdays & Fridays 10-11am at Newbury Heights Community Room, 52 Newbury Heights Rd., Newbury

Needlework Craft Group - Wednesdays 1-3pm

Bingo! - Fridays 2pm, 10 games for $5, must be 55 years and older, register at 526-6368

Women's Discussion Group - Fridays, 9am

Line Dancing with Dee connors - Wednesdays, 10am, Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church, New London, walk-in, no partner needed

Outdoor Recreation for Seniors - Tuesdays, 10am, call COA 526-6368 for schedule information

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