On Tuesday, July 25 at
7:00 PM. the Epsom Library will host NH author Dan Szczesny as he
presents “Mosquito Rain: Alaskan Travel Essays.” In a series
of essays as far ranging as hidden salmon fishing spots to walking
into glaciers to finding eagles in Valdez Bay, Szczesny’s Alaska is
terrifying and beautiful; a land of equal parts danger
and wonder. His slide show and talk will feature travel tinged
with a hint of off-road exploration. So, brush off the
mosquitoes, boil up some dehydrated noodles and sit back and enjoy
discovering an Alaska you never knew existed. Glaziers,
salmon, hiking, Denali and, of course, grizzlies are all part of the
adventure. He will bring his book “Mosquito Rain” for
On Wednesday, July 26 at 1:30 PM, the movie matinee
will feature “The Shack.” A fun week-end camping trip for a
man and his children turns into a nightmare that will change them
all forever. The film takes us on a father’s transformative
spiritual journey. This film is rated PG-13.
The New Hampshire student
members of Educators Rising on stage at the national competition in
Phoenix Arizona after competing in the State Competition and earning
their way by fundraising. Several students placed, including 10th
9th 6th and 2nd, such as Earnhardt Dail of Epsom and his team
partner Meg LaCombe of Hopkinton through the Teacher Prep course at
Concord Regional Technical Center. Topics like Impromptu Teaching
and Ethical Dilemma were covered in the competition. Earnhardt, a
senior at Pembroke Academy in the fall, is the son of Joel and
Meggin Dail of Epsom and plans to teach high school Social Studies
Epsom Old Home
August 12th & 13th
Sprouts To Adults
festivities on August 11th, traditional burying of the beans 5:45
Anyone interested in participating and/or to register for our
parade/Antique & Classic Cars on August 12th or to help with this
year’s event, contact Georgia Perry at 736-8802.
decorate a float, and kids, decorate your bicycles. Epsom Bible
Church will be serving a breakfast at the large pavilion.
booth info contact Dick Frambach at 736-9295. Sunday 13th 4K Road
Race & 2K walk sponsored by Northeast Delta-Dental. For race info
and to pre-register go on line to:
http://running4free.com/RaceDetails.aspx?raceid=286. Please take
notice that there will be a A-1 road lane change for road race.
For more details of the weekend events go to
be a general contributor please make funds payable to Epsom Old Home
Day Association and to submit a letter for Citizen of the Year Award
(letter deadline date 7/28) send all mail to Georgia Perry 190 North
Rd, Epsom, NH 03234. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Epsom Public Library
Monday, August 24th 1:30pm Children’s Clay Art Class
with instructor, Kerry Harman. Bring a smock or old shirt.
Registration is required as space is limited. Materials fee is
$10.00. Sign up at the circulation desk.
Tuesday, July 25th
1:30pm: Family Movie, “Car Go” rated G. Snacks and drinks provided.
Wednesday, July 26th 6:30pm Family Movie: “Smurfs: Lost Village”
rated PG. Popcorn and drinks provided.
Wednesday, August 2nd
12:30 pm. “Teddy Bear Picnic” Bring your favorite teddy, blanket and
sandwich and join us for bear stories and crafts! Drinks and dessert
will be provided. Please sign up at the circulation desk for this
event. Donations of desserts/drinks are appreciated.
Explore three private
gardens in Espom, Goffstown, and Windham, open for self-guided tours
to benefit the Garden Conservancy. Highlights include a woodland
garden with several hundred conifers, rhododendron, and hostas, and
informal country gardens surrounding with eighteenth-century
outbuildings, stone walls, multiple ponds, deep mixed borders, and
unique plant varieties. No reservations required; rain or shine.
Admission is $7 per garden; children 12 & under free. For More
Information: See www.opendaysprogram.org or
call The Garden Conservancy toll-free weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.