Dump Run Café
Submitted By Pat Beaudet, Gilmanton Community Church, Dump Run Cafe
winter break, the Gilmanton Dump Run Café will be reopening on
Wednesday, March 1st. It’s a welcoming place where people can stop
in for a free cup of coffee, tea, home baked pastries, including
freshly made donuts (made on site). Of course donations are always
welcomed. There will also be breakfast sandwiches (ham, egg, cheese
on an English muffin) for a nominal fee. The café will be open every
Wednesday from 8-11 am. At 9:30 music will start with the Dump Run
Gang, a group of around 15 people playing a variety of instruments
with music ranging from gospel, bluegrass, country, oldies,
seasonal, etc. WiFi is also available.
you’re looking for a place to hold a meeting, play board games
(which will be provided), meet new people, or just listen to some
music, come join us any Wednesday morning and if you happen to play
an instrument, bring it along. Everyone is welcome either for a few
minutes or the whole time.
café is located downstairs at the Gilmanton Community Church on
route 107 near the intersection of 140 next door to the Town
Hall/Academy building. Parking is in the back of the church. Come
and join us.
Marriage And Mountains
Love and Family in the Highest Place on Earth
Gilmanton Year-Round Library is excited to present the up-coming
program – Marriage and Mountains: Life, Love and Family in the
highest place on Earth. Join travel writer and author Dan Szczesny
on Feb 21st at 6pm for a fascinating evening “trip” to Napal.
Szczesny was married in Kathmandu, and traveled unguided to the Mt
Everest Base Camp.
evening program and discussion will focus on local marriage customs,
the regional mountains, life and culture of Kathmandu and Everest
trekking life after the earthquakes of 2015. This program will be
restricted to adult participation only.