Meeting of the Riverview Cemetery Association will be held at the
Barnstead Parade Fire Station on Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 6:00 PM.
Immediately following the public portion of our meeting, there will be a
meeting of the Trustees.
Barnstead Historical Society will be meeting Thursday, April 23rd at the
Barnstead Town Hall at 6 PM for a Pot Luck Supper, followed by a meeting
at 7 PM. If you have something special that you would like to show or
share, please bring it with you.
welcomed - let’s keep Barnstead’s history alive!
information, call Jeannie at 269-5441.
Center Barnstead Christian Church
Barnstead Christian Church is honored to have Bay Forrest from Focus
Ministries joining us to speak on Sunday April 26th at 10:00 am. Bay
fills his messages with inspired stories from his years as a 6’10” NBA
center for the Phoenix Suns and as a missionary in Kenya, East Africa,
Bay has a way of clearly presenting the gospel and challenging his
audience to live a “sold out” life for Jesus Christ.
30 years of experience in ministry, Bay has spoken all across the US and
in several countries, doing church services, youth conferences, family
camps, men’s retreats, college chapels and Christian school spiritual
emphasis weeks. Center Barnstead Christian Church invites you to join
us as Bay shares his experiences and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Barnstead Christian Church is located next door to the Town Hall. If
you have any questions please call 269-8831.
County School-To-Farm Benefit Breakfast
County Farm Bureau is holding their first annual School-To-Farm
Breakfast on Saturday, April 25, 2015, from 8 am to 11 am. The location
is the Barnstead Parade Fire Station at 305 Parade Rd., Barnstead, NH.
The cost is your generous donation.
School-to-Farm days? Each fall, Belknap County Farm Bureau invites local
4th graders to this event for a day of leaning about the importance of
agriculture. Last fall 354 students from Belknap County attended!
Farmers and other professionals present mini-lessons and demonstrations
on topics such as dairy, beekeeping, wool, sheep shearing, eggs, oxen,
garlic, forestry and soil ecology. This field trip is a great
opportunity for students to learn hands-on about the source of their
food and fiber.
So come on
out and enjoy a breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, cinnamon French
toast, coffee & juice some of which has been provided by the generous
farmers of Barnstead!!