Rise Again Outreach provides personal care items to families in need.
For many families, soap, toothpaste, shampoo and deodorant are luxuries. Many cannot afford these items, and they are not able to purchase them with food stamps. Rise Again Outreach is there to help them.
At this time, our warehouse is extremely low on all personal care items.
Hand Sanitizer/Hand Wipes
Feminine Care Items
Please consider donating personal care items to us to help those in need that we serve each week.
A quilt welcomes a child into the world. Antique quilts are often more valuable when they are small as they are more rare. Therefore, antique doll quilts are highly prized, whether they are made by children or adults. Nostalgia and the romance of times long ago emanate from these small wonders, especially since we know their makers imbued them with love. After all, they were made for the dolls which little girls used to emulate a mother tending her family.
On the other hand, crib quilts were made for children. Everyday use and frequent washing meant they were subject to much wear and eventually discarded. The fact that so few survive makes them highly prized.
The names Pilgrim and Roy have gained international recognition in the quilting world. Paul and Gerald started working with antique quilts in the early 1960s when their interior decorating business prompted them to purchase antique quilts for clients. Each having a strong background in the fine arts, they also began collecting quilts solely for their aesthetic value. Today, the Pilgrim/Roy collection is composed of 2,500 quilts for sale and show and quilt-related objects, including fabrics and all kinds of antique sewing tools. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts featured, Quilts and Color a blockbuster exhibit of sixty quilts from The Pilgrim/Roy Collection exhibit this year.
This unique collection of doll and crib quilts will be on exhibit from November 1 – December 7, 2014 at the Warner Historical Society’s Upton Chandler House Museum at 10 West Main Street in Warner, N.H. Hours of the exhibit are Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Sundays from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Admission is $5.00. All proceeds benefit the Warner Historical Society.
Gerald Roy will host a talk entitled, “Ask the Expert: Curious about your Old Quilt?” beginning at 2:00 p.m. on November 22 at the Warner Town Hall located at 5 East Main Street. The public may bring quilts for Gerald Roy to comment on and about but there will be no written or verbal appraisals. Admission for the talk is $10.00. Quilt commentary requests will be $5.00 per quilt.
For the full schedule with dates, times, locations see http://www.warnerhistorical.org
Family Friendly Halloween Event
CONCORD, N.H. — The McLane Audubon Center on Silk Farm Road in Concord will host the annual Enchanted Forest on Saturday, October 25, 4:30-9:00 pm. This family friendly event brings groups into the woods along a jack-o-lantern lit trail. In the forest, participants will encounter larger than life characters such as owls, insects, giant plants and more. The characters will dispel myths and share facts about nature through engaging skits and stories. There will also be a campfire to gather around. Crafts, games and refreshments will be available indoors to enjoy before or after the tour.
The event will occur rain or shine, skit sites are undercover. Preregistration for a specific tour time is required. Call 224-9909 x 333 to register or see Featured Events on NH Audubon’s website: www.nhaudubon.org. This popular event sold out in years past. Don’t miss out on the 2014 edition of the Enchanted Forest.
Cost: $6.50/Member, $9.50/NM. Group rates available for scout and youth groups, call for details
for Boscawen Elementary School
3rd Annual Craft Fair!
Do you make crafts, sell a product line, or perhaps grow local product? This is a community wide event and great way to advertise your business and inform families and community members of your products and/or services.
Vendor Admission is $10.00 All vendors are being asked to donate a product/service to go towards the PTA raffle table.
When: Saturday December 6th, 2014
Time: 9:00am-2:00 p.m.
Any questions or if you would like to register for Craft/Vendor Fair, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 796-2822.
The Little Nature Museum, formerly located in Contoocook, recently reopened in a newly renovated barn, across from the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner. The Museum, now in its 59th year, had been closed since the fall of 2012 while it looked for a new location. The Museum has more than twice the space it previously had. It continues to offer environmental exhibits, collections, and activities for adults and children.
Through the end of October, the Museum will be open from 10:30 – 4:30 on Saturdays, Noon – 4:30 on Sundays, and from 10:30 – 4:30 on Columbus Day. Admission is free for the remainder of our season. The Museum will be open for group visits of 6 or more during the week with an appointment (603-746-6121). There is an admission charge for group visits. The Medicine Woods Trail is directly behind the barn where we’re located providing an opportunity for a trail walk during your visit. Our new location is 18 Highlawn Rd., Warner, across the parking lot from the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum. For more information: www.littlenaturemuseum.org or call 603-746-6121.
Don’t know who you should vote for on Nov. 4? Mark your calendars now: On Tuesday, Oct. 21, starting at 7 p.m., the Merrimack Valley Voice and Concord NH Patch will be hosting a multi-candidate forum at the Penacook Community Center, 76 Community Drive in Penacook.
The forum will feature opening and closing statements from candidates, questions by the moderators, and from the public at-large.
Candidates running for the Ward 1 seat – state Rep. Steve Shutleff and Ben Tasker – as well as the Ward 2 seat – state Rep. Paul Henle and Kevin Moore - will start the evening off at 7 p.m.
At around 7:35 p.m., the candidates for the District 10 floterial seat – state Rep. Mary Gile, state Rep. Chip Rice, and Jim McConaha – will participate.
At around 8:10 p.m. the two candidates for state Senate, Lydia Harman Dube and Dan Feltes, will go head-to-head.
Then, at around 8:35 p.m., the two candidates for Merrimack County Commissioner, Ken Georgevits and Tara Reardon, will round out the night.
Most of the candidates have RSVP’d, confirming they will be in attendance.
Doors open at 6:45 p.m. and the event is free.