The Walker Lecture Series invites you to join us virtually for
The Scott Kirby Band
Music from Key West
Premiers on CTV Wednesday, October 14, 2020, at 7:30 PM
Also available after the premiere on CTV’s YouTube channel:
An Online Halloween Storytelling Event
Do you live in a haunted house? Have you had unexplained encounters with the supernatural? Do you enjoy hearing about the macabre? Do you know any good spooky stories? You’ll want to join our online Spooktacular Halloween celebration. Our ancestors told some pretty hair-raising stories about witches, ghosts and supernatural events of all sorts. We’ll share a few historical spooky tales on Halloween. We want to hear your favorite scary stories too.
The gory story fest from the Warner and Hopkinton Historical Societies takes place on October 31, 7pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to receive the zoom link for this free event. Costumes are encouraged, but not required. Some stories may not be suitable for young ears.
The Warner Historical Society formed over 50 years ago to preserve, educate about, and keep alive Warner’s heritage. The Society has yearly exhibits, and programs in the Upton Chandler House Museum on Main Street and maintains the Lower Warner Meeting House which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Hopkinton Historical Society promotes and disseminates the study and understanding of Hopkinton and New Hampshire history through scholarly inquiry, exhibitions, programs, and publications. The Society is housed in the William H. Long Memorial Building which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Troops 838 & 83G
21 Merrimack Street
Penacook N.H. 03303
c/o United Church of Penacook
Randy Charity - Scoutmaster Phone# (603) 796-6482
March 8, 2020
To whom it may concern,
would like to introduce myself. I am Dominick McGee. I am a resident of Penacook, a sophomore at Merrimack Valley High School, and I am a registered Boy Scout with Troop 83 in Penacook, NH.
I am in the process of trying to achieve my Eagle rank in the scouting program. In order to accomplish this prestigious scouting achievement, I am required to plan, develop, and provide leadership to others in a service project helpful to our
community. I have planned and presented my project to the Scoutmaster, troop committee, local scouting council and to the Town of Boscawen. We are planning to complete the project in .@ of 2020. We believe it will probably take 2 weekends, using both Saturday and Sunday of both of those weekends.
Fall Leaf Collection is returning once again for the 2020 season with bulk leaf collection and bagged leaf collection.
Bulk Fall Leaf Collection November 2, 2020 - December 11, 2020 (weather permitting)Bulk leaf collection will start on November 2nd and continue as weather permits through December 11th. Be prepared for the weather. Snow may suspend bulk collection. Crews will do their best to resume bulk collection if possible if weather conditions change, but this cannot be guaranteed since this program is dependent upon the weather. Residents are encouraged to participate in our bagged collection program (more information below) to have guaranteed leaf collection.
Celebrate EPA WaterSense's "Shower Better Month" this October by entering in our E-Z Pay for WaterSense contest! Enter for a chance to win our "Shower Better Bundle" to have a luxurious shower experience, while having the satisfaction of conserving water, reducing energy use, and potentially even lowering utility costs! You deserve to shower better.
How To Enter
Enroll in the City of Concord's automatic utility billing payment plan, E-Z Pay, and submit a contest entry form by 5:00 p.m. on October 31, 2020 for a chance to win a "Shower Better Bundle." Get a second contest entry by enrolling in eBilling on the contest entry from! Opt-in for paperless billing or elect to receive both an eBill and paper copy of your bill in the mail. Enrollment in eBilling is not required for contest entry.