Epsom Bible Church Free
The Epsom Bible Church
will be holding a free clothing swap on Saturday, October 21st, from
9-12 noon at 398 Black Hall Road in Epsom.
We need volunteers for
set up and break down, includes moving of tables and bagging
You may bring donated
clothing beginning at 8:30 am. Clothing donations are not accepted
prior to the event.
All clothes need to be
clean and in good repair, and separated by size and gender. No rips
or stains please. No toys, equipment, or furniture please.
Volunteers for the
clothing swap would be appreciated.
Swap will run from
9:00-12:00 noon. Volunteers are needed.
Call Taryn Bassett at
603-234-9451 for more information or if you are interested in
Early Head Start is
accepting applications for children under the age of 3 and for
prenatal women. Fun activities, information, support, and learning
experiences are provided through home visiting and playgroups. It is
free for income eligible families. For further information and to
jump start your child’s learning, please call 435-6611.
Wednesday, October 4 at
1:30 PM, the Epsom Public Library will be showing the movie “The
Hero.” Sam Elliott stars as Lee Hayden a veteran actor of Westerns
whose career’s best years are behind him after his one really great
film, “The Hero.” Now, scraping by with voice overs for commercials,
Lee learns that he has a terminal prognosis of pancreatic cancer.
Estranged from his family, Lee can only brood alone as troubling,
yet inspiring, dreams haunt him. Things change when he meets
Charlotte Dylan, a stand-up comedian who inadvertently jump-starts
his public profile and Lee must finally come to terms with both
realities when he finally confesses his situation to the one person
he can. (citing imdb) This film is rated R.
Dual Exhibit At Epsom
Barrington artists Diane
and Ron St. Jean are pleased to present some of their artwork in two
simultaneous displays at the Epsom Public Library.
Diane’s collection of
paintings is titled “The Inner Landscape.” Diane’s abstract
paintings are mementos of time spent in nature. They invite the
viewer to experience quiet landscapes of the imagination,
meditations on color and light, or impressions of weathered
Strokes of color are
layered and scraped, a physicality of gesture that belies the small
size of the paintings. The intimate scale brings the viewer in
close. Looking becomes an unhurried transaction, like reading a poem
or searching for sea glass.
The paintings were
created using a stick form of oil paint on Arches Oil Paper, a paper
specially designed for oil painting.
Ron’s collection of
photographs is titled “Pretty Common Things.” Ron likes to
photograph ordinary objects and familiar scenes in a way that
suggests a story, or reveals details that may not be noticed at
first glance. Ron photographs digitally, and prints using archival
inks and papers.
The exhibit will be on
view from October 5 through November 25 during regular library
hours: Mon – Thurs., 10 am to 7 pm, Sat., 9 am to 1 pm. There will
be an opening reception on Saturday, October 7, from 1:00 to 3:00
PM. All are welcome!
For more information,
call the library at 736-9920 or visit
Concord - Epsom Elks
Baker Family Fundraiser
Please come to the
Concord - Epsom Elks Lodge 1210, 24 Old Mill Rd. Epsom NH on the
evening of Sept. 29 from 5 - 8 pm to help support the Baker Family
in their time of need. Their husband/father unexpectedly passed away
earlier this month due to a tragic accident. This local family needs
our support to help them through this painful time. We are hosting a
spaghetti and meatball dinner complete with salad, bread, drink,
dessert and coffee. Tickets are only $5.00 per person and will be
available at the door. We will also have raffle tickets for sale and
a 50/50. All of the event proceeds will go back to the Baker’s. If
you have any questions or would like to make a donation, either
monetary or in the form of a raffle item, please email Kelly at
email@example.com or visit
Facebook under the Baker Family Fundraiser page. Thank you in
advance for your support.
Sept. 30th The Concord -
Epsom Elks Riders 1210, would love to
invite you to join them on their 2nd Annual Pig roast & fall foliage
Registration at 9 am,
kick stands up at 10 am at our lodge. Cost includes all you can eat
pig roast and fixing following the ride. If you have any questions
contact Damon Bellorado at (603)736-3001 or at
Epsom Food Pantry
Well Good Afternoon Epsom
Friends. The Food Pantry doing well with orders still coming in and
our usual donations. All is well.
I talked with Ken today
and he has received notification that we have to start getting a
count for the Thanksgiving turkeys. Can you believe that? Where did
the summer go?
Now let’s get a few
things straightened out. When you order a turkey, please make
arrangements to pick it up. In past years when it gets to to the
time to shut down and we still have a load of boxes, we get nervous
and I have to get people to help me call people and remind them.
Not going to happen anymore. If you order one it’s your
responsibility to pick it up.
Now to the people who we
have to help in getting their food, we will see that you get yours.
For those of you who do not know, along with the turkey comes a box
of a lot of wonderful tradional Thanksgiving fare. So please, if you
sign up, come and get it.
The final date for sign
up is OCTOBER 21st. There is a sheet in the Pantry for you to sign
and if you absolutely cannot get there, call me at 219-3025.
I do hope no one thinks I
am cross, but when those turkeys don’t get picked up, we have a
problem keeping them frozen. They are big and take up a lot of
So with that I shall sign
Until next time,
Epsom Public Library
Touch A Truck
Vickie Benner, children’s
Librarian and Chair of Touch-A-Truck.
Drivers Photo: Thanks to
all the people who brought their vehicles over for all to enjoy.
Josh Fixler enjoyed his
time at the library as much as folks enjoyed touring the Volkswagen
Thing he brought.
The Epsom Public Library
would like to thank everyone who helped make our recent Touch A
Truck event such a huge success. More than 200 children and their
families attended and had a great time looking at the many different
community and construction vehicles on display.
Thank you to White
Mountain Coffee for the coffee bar, Blake’s Bouncy Business LCC for
the bounce house/slide, food donations from Betsy Bosiak, Armand
Claris, Nancy Claris and Miriam Yeaton, Bill and Maryann
Zirngiebel-POPSCORN, volunteers Gary Benner, Kristy Bowen, Madison
Bowen and Mary Nericcio, all our great truckers Ken Brown, Bruce and
Jackie Clattenburg, Alex Davis: NH State Police, Rick Davis: Davis
Fuels of Epsom, Scot DeCota, Nick Angelone and Erin O’Brien: Epsom
Fire Dept. Epsom Police Dept, Josh Fixler, Fort Mt. Trailwinders,
Whitey Foss: K&K Landscape Supplies, Bob Pettingill: Michie Corp,
Gordon Wheeler, and Norman Yeaton.
Mrs. Benner would like to
give a special Thank You to Rick Belanger, owner of Ponderosa, for
organizing all the vehicles and advertising the event!
Congratulations to our
raffle winners Amanda Mate 1st, Ryan Violette 2nd and Sierra Klepper
Douglas Lee Osborne
Osborne, 77, passed away at home surrounded by his family after a
long term illness on Monday, September 11, 2017. Douglas was born on
November 17, 1939 to Clifford Osborne and Dorothy (Rand) Osborne in
Concord, New Hampshire. He grew up in Epsom and Concord with his
three siblings; Deane Osborne, Claire (Osborne) Sklarin, and Gail
(Osborne) Paszek. He married Nancy (Watson) Osborne and they raised
their three children, James, Dale and Carl Osborne in Boscawen, New
Hampshire. Following Nancy’s death in 1988 he moved back to Epsom
where he lived for many years. In later years he married Donna
(Staples) Osborne and they shared a loving, 5 year marriage until
Douglas was a graduate of
the University of New Hampshire, where he completed a Bachelor’s
degree in Music Education and a Master’s Degree in Education. He had
a long career as a music teacher and was most proud of building the
music program at Merrimack Valley High School, opening the school in
1967. He also was a long time member and conductor of the Nevers’
Second Regiment Band and continued to mentor musicians and teachers
even after his retirement. He was active in the Community Players of
Concord, the Concord Music Club, the Concord Chorale, the Suncook
Valley Chorale, and served as president of the New Hampshire Music
Educators Association. In addition to teaching music, he also
pursued a career as a Real Estate Agent for Better Homes and Gardens
Masiello Group Real Estate. He was a member of the Sons of The
American Revolution and he enjoyed hunting. He also loved the Red
Sox, traveling, and gardening. His family and friends loved his
sense of humor, which followed him throughout his life and he
dreamed that one day he would conduct the Boston Pops.
Douglas is survived by
his spouse, Donna (Staples) Osborne; children, James Osborne and
wife Sue, Dale Osborne and her fiancé Rob Harrington Jr, and Carl
Osborne and his wife Tracie; siblings, Claire (Osborne) Sklarin and
her husband Mike Sklarin, Gail (Osborne) Paszek, and Deane Osborne
and his wife Martha (Evans) Osborne; grandchildren, James, Emma,
Nancy, Amber, Jessica and Colleen. He is also survived by his
beloved pet parrot, Sam, who will continue to welcome and say
goodbye to everyone that stops by.
A memorial service was
held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at Wesley United Methodist
In lieu of flowers
memorial contributions may be made to Nevers Second Regiment Band,
Ascentria In- Home Care and Concord Regional Visiting Nursing
Fond memories and
expressions of sympathy may be shared at
for the Osborne family.