Friends of the Oscar Foss Memorial Library in Barnstead are looking for
volunteers for their upcoming book sale on Saturday Nov 7th. Those
interested can e-mail [email protected] or
Oscar Foss Memorial Library News
Foss Memorial Library would like to invite the children and families of
Barnstead to our annual “Fancy Nancy Tea Party” on Saturday, November
21st at 10:00am. Everyone should bring their favorite teacup and of
course dressing-up in your ‘Fancy Nancy finest’ is always the best part!
A light snack and beverages will be provided by the library, as well as
some other fabulous fun and surprises!! Our seating is limited, so
please call 269-3900 or register online at oscarfoss.org to reserve your
Thursday, November 12th the Friends of the Oscar Foss Memorial Library
will be meeting at 7pm at the library. All community members are welcome
to attend. If you enjoy visiting the library, would like to get more
involved or just interested in more information please join us.
the library (269-3900) or visit our website (oscarfoss.org) for
more information about these or any of our other programs or events.
There is always something happening at the Oscar Foss Memorial Library!
Library Hours are: Monday; 2pm-8pm, Tuesday & Wednesday; 10am-5pm,
Thursday; 5pm-8pm, Friday; 2pm-5pm, Saturday; 9am-Noon.
B. Clark American Legion Post 42 News
November meetings of Earl B. Clark American Legion Post 42 and Unit 42
American Legion Auxiliary will be held at the American Legion Hall, 1078
Beauty Hill West, Barnstead Parade, on November 3, 2015 at 6:30 PM.
project this year is to help support Liberty House in Manchester, a
transitional residential facility for honorably discharged homeless
veterans. Aside from financial support, we are collecting new and
gently used warm jackets, gloves, boots, hats, etc., to aid during the
meetings will be followed by a Pot Luck supper. We would like to urge
anyone interested in becoming a member to attend.
Bid on this vintage bean pot collection at the
Silent Auction during the Pumpkin & Pine Fair on November 7 at the
Congregational Church of North Barnstead, 504 North Barnstead Road.
Be sure to
put the Pumpkin & Pine Country Fair at the top of your “to do” list on
Saturday, November 7 between 9 AM and 2 PM. Set your GPS for the
Congregational Church of North Barnstead at 504 North Barnstead Road in
Center Barnstead. Drop by next door at our Schoolhouse Café for a snack
or lunch when you take a break from your shopping spree.
be a smorgasbord of irresistible gifts to choose from: fun, hand-crafted
articles perfect for favors or little presents for teachers or friends;
homemade goodies from the kitchen table; unique articles from Ghana; a
wide variety of collectibles; jewelry; seasonal items; and more.
feature is the Silent Auction with an array of unusual gift ideas
including dinner for two at the Crystal Quail; a new IsAgenix blender; a
beautiful brocade tote; a Waterford crystal vase; and an assortment of
doll furniture and dolls for your little princess. High bidders will be
announced promptly at 2 PM. You do not need to be present at the close,
but should be available by phone to arrange pickup.
buy a few raffle tickets for the handmade queen-sized quilt made by the
CCNB Women’s Fellowship (winner will be drawn in March in time for
Easter). When not gracing the wall at the fair, the quilt can be seen
at the Chichester Country Store in Chichester, on the corner of Route 28
and Main Street.
Mastercard and VISA, so don’t miss this opportunity to start your
holiday shopping. You’ll find something for everyone at this year’s
Pumpkin ‘n’ Pine Country Fair!
By Beverly A. Goodrich, Secretary
Nighthawk Hollow Seniors met on Wednesday, October 7 at 12 noon at the
Barnstead Town Hall. Members enjoyed lunch, and a short, informal
business meeting followed.
enjoyed viewing pictures of their younger days.
meeting will be on Wednesday, November 4. We will carpool from the
Barnstead Town Hall and go to lunch at the Red Apple Buffet in Concord.
Please bring a wrapped gift to put in the Yankee Swap. Our club will
pick up the tab for members whose dues are paid.
contact the president, Christine Sanborn, if you have any questions at