I’m taking next week off. Have a great two weeks.
Beaulieu on to culinary institute
Lebanon High School Class of 2009 graduate Aaron Beaulieu, son of Terry and Normand Beaulieu of Grantham, was accepted at New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, Vt., where he will pursue a career as a bakery/pastry chef. He will leave for NECI on July19.
Aaron studied culinary trades for two years at the Hartford Area Career Technical College and was awarded a $1,000 renewable scholarship in honor of outstanding excellence from Chef Aron Tomlinson to be applied to a student attending NECI.
During the June 8 Senior Awards Ceremony, Aaron was also awarded the Yankee Barn Homes Scholarship, Frank & Olive Gilman Foundation Scholarship, William & Helen Kelley Smith Scholarship (NHCF), and The Carl T. Witherell Scholarship (NHCF).
A graduation party was held at his home on June 13 for family and friends to share in Aaron's success and to wish him well in his next adventure at NECI. Congratulations, Aaron, we are very proud of you.
Learn about one of the greatest engineering feats in military history and one of the most romantic episodes of the Revolutionary War. Col. Henry Knox, a 25-year-old bookseller, moved 59 captured cannons from Ft. Ticonderoga to Boston in the dead of winter 1775-1776.
Beginning at 2 p.m. July 25 at the Grantham Historical Society, 34 Dunbar Hill Rd., you’ll travel the Knox Trail with our own Bob Champagne. Bob is a trustee and member of the Grantham Historical Society since 1995. He has studied and followed the Knox Trail.
Free admission and refreshments will be served. Call 863-7515 for more information.
Annual summer concert
An Evening of Music and Song with Caren Calafati, featuring Italian songs, contemporary theater songs and other favorites, begins at 7:30 p.m. July 29 at The Center at Eastman. Free and open to the public.
Community market comes to Grantham
Beginning July 24, Grantham will have a community market from 3 to 6 p.m. each Friday through Sept. 25 in the Old Town Hall parking lot (across from Dunbar Free Library). Vendors with homegrown or homemade items and crafters are welcome to display. Call 863-2014 to get space to sell your wares.
Craft in the Park
The annual, free Craft in the Park program begins at 10 a.m. July 28 and continues each Tuesday through Aug. 18 (rain dates are Wednesdays) at the new town park on Shedd Road. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Brian S. Tilton LLC - Metal Framing & Drywall is again the generous sponsor who makes this program possible.
Poker Run for Sunapee Recreation
Sunapee Harbor Kayak and Canoe Poker Run will begin at 9 a.m. Aug. 1 in Sunapee Harbor. Make stops along your route to draw a playing card; play your poker hand later for prizes. Participants younger than 12 must be with a parent. Bring your own canoe or kayak, and life jacket for each participant. Pre-registration at Dewey Beach. Fee is $5 per person.
`Tweens decorate flip-flops
Children ages 9 and older are invited to the final Wednesday Night Crafts at Dunbar Free Library. Beginning at 7 p.m. Aug. 5, the `tweens will decorate flip-flops (BYO pair of flip-flops). Advance registration is required, 863-2172.
• Don your bathing suit for Sprinkler Mondays each week at 3 p.m. at Dunbar Free Library.
• DFL weekly story times for children continue for children ages 4 and younger (with an adult) at 10 a.m. Wednesdays through Aug. 5; and for children ages 5 to 9 at 10 a.m. Thursdays through Aug. 6.
• The town has a food collection box in the town hall foyer. Food donations are brought alternately to The Listen Center and the Newport Food Pantry.
• Selectmen meet at 5 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesdays each month.
• Grantham United Methodist Church Sunday service at 10 a.m. each week.
• Visit www.granthamnh.net
for official minutes, meeting dates and more.
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