Saturday Night to End 68 Hours of Hunger with the Funky Divas of Gospel:
On Saturday April 1, please join us for a Concert with the Funky Divas
of Gospel to benefit “End 68 Hours of Hunger”. The concert begins at
7:00 and will be at 504 North Barnstead Road (the Congregational Church
of North Barnstead). Donations of non-perishable foods will be accepted
for the Barnstead Food Pantry in baskets as you enter. Reservations are
not necessary but if you would like to make reservations or have
questions, call Chris Bonoli at 340-1468.
The next meeting
of the Barnstead Democrats will take place on Monday, April 3rd at 6:30
pm at the Barnstead Town Hall. The agenda will include reviewing the
voting records of our local representatives, quick and easy ways to
voice your opinions to your legislators in Concord and Washington, and
important action items on the issues that are important to Democrats.
Please consider attending the meeting if you want to become more
involved in local action or just to connect with the local Democrat
community. For more information, please email Heather Carter at
Memorial Library News
Painted Flower Pot Make & Take
Make your own
little bit of spring! Come to the library on Thursday, March 30th at
6:30pm to paint a flower pot and plant some seeds to take home with you.
Make and Take will be available until 8pm, or until we run out!
Improvements & Hours!
OFML is excited to share our newly improved
library with the community! We have changed our layout and added some
new items to make everything more user friendly and welcoming. Come in
anytime during our open hours to check out all our wonderful changes!
Our new hours are Tuesday and Wednesday: 10am-6pm, Thursday and Friday:
12pm-8pm, Saturday: 10am-1pm, Sunday and Monday: closed. You can find
the new hours on our website, or pick up a bookmark at the library.
Please call the library (269-3900) or visit our website (oscarfoss.org)
for more information about any of our programs or events. There is
always something happening at the Oscar Foss Memorial Library! Library
hours are; Tuesday and Wednesday: 10am-6pm, Thursday and Friday:
12pm-8pm, Saturday: 10am-1pm, Sunday and Monday: closed.
Breakfast and Service
Center Barnstead Christian Church will be
having a free family breakfast on Easter Sunday, April 16th starting at
8am. We will be serving up a delicious breakfast of pancakes, sausage,
ham and other favorites. Easter Service will follow at 10am.
All are welcome. Center Barnstead Christian Church is located at 116 S.
Barnstead Rd, next door to Town Hall. Call (603) 269-8831 or go to
our website http://centerbarnsteadcc.org/ for
Why does the Bible teach one thing, yet followers of the
Bible live so differently? Why are Christians such hypocrites?
If followers of Christ are not supposed to be violent, if they are to be
lovers and not haters, then why is the church responsible for so much
Maybe you are one of those people who cannot identify
with an institution such as the church or with individual Christians
when you see such an obvious record of injustice and hypocrisy.
If that is
you, we would invite you to join our conversation on Sunday, April 2nd
at 4:30 PM as we discuss the New York Times bestselling book “The Reason
for God” by Timothy Keller. This conversation will be held at the
Center Barnstead Christian Church located across from the Barnstead Town
Hall. Any questions, please call the church at 603-269-8831 or
visit our website at CenterBarnsteadcc.org.
Farmers Market Vendors Meeting
The Barnstead Farmers Market is
holding a forum April 3rd at the Maple Street Church, 96 Maple Street,
Center Barnstead NH at 6:30p.m., to fill out applications and answer
questions regarding the upcoming season. DEADLINE IS APRIL 15th for
This is your last chance to sign up to secure
publishing in the marketing materials going out in May. The 2017 season
is set to begin June 10th and go through Columbus Day Weekend.
market is looking to expand this year. We are seeking the following type
of vendors: maple syrup, honey, corn, bakery sweets and more veggies. We
are also seeking licensed breakfast and lunch vendors and musicians to
play from 10am to 12 noon. Applications are now available online at
or for more information, please call or email: Lori Mahar at
603-269-2329 or email@example.com.
Mountain High School Drama Club Presents Seussical TM
Mountain High School Drama Club presents Seussical TM. Please come
join our students for performances on March 30th, 31st, and April 1st at
7 pm and April 2nd at 2 pm in the high school auditorium in Alton.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students, and free for seniors 65+.
Doors open one hour prior to showtime to buy tickets or stop by the PMHS
main office to buy tickets early. General admission seating.
Based on the Works of Dr. Seuss. Music by Stephen Flaherty,
Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, and Book by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.
Co-conceived by Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty, and Eric Idle.
Seussical TM is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre
International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also
supplied by MTI. www.MTIshows.com
Back Row (L
to R): Anna Francis (Sour Kangaroo), Justin Boyce (Horton), Maggie
Fontaine (Mayzie) Front Row (L to R): Sam Gagne (Cat in the Hat), Shelby
John “Jack” W. Hanley of Barnstead, NH, aged 64, passed
away peacefully on March 19, 2017 after a long illness with his family
Jack was predeceased by his parents Leonard M.
Hanley and his mother Alice E. (Foley) Hanley and leaves behind
his loving wife of 45 years Michelle (Beaudette) Hanley, his sister,
June Russell, three children, Patrick Hanley, Danielle Hinton and
Leonard Hanley, three grandchildren Riley Hinton, Shannon Hinton and
Ayla Hanley and several nieces and nephews.
Jack was a successful
businessman who started his own company with his two business partners
30 years ago, successfully growing it to an industry leader today with
his amazing team of employees and belief he had the best people around
him. Jack loved the outdoors and was a well known and respected
world class fly fisherman and upland game hunter. He loved nothing more
than being at the river or in the field hunting and fishing with his
children and friends.
He touched many people’s lives during his
lifetime and always thought of others before himself. To those who knew
him most, there will never be another Jack. His stories filled
rooms with love and laughter.
First and foremost, Jack loved his
family. As Jack, an avid fly fisherman would have wanted, his family
asks that any donations be made to Casting for Recovery or Project
Healing Waters, two fly fishing foundation causes he helped to fund.
A service was heldon Friday, March 24, 2017 at Peaslee Funeral Home by
Fr. Robert F. Cole. Interment will be later in the spring at New
Riverside Cemetery in Alton, NH. To express condolences, please