Holidays are just around the corner. Is this the year you really
will start your shopping earlier? Are you looking for unique gifts
for friends and family? If yes, then plan to attend the Chichester
Central School PTO for their annual craft fair on Saturday Nov. 14th
from 9:00- 2:00. The fair will take place at the school located at
219 Main Street Chichester. Free Admission. Hope to see you there!
Would you like to make a
difference in the education of a child with special needs?
The Educational Surrogate
Parent Program is looking for caring volunteers with availability
during the school day interested in being trained to represent the
educational needs of children with disabilities who are in foster
Next Training scheduled
for Saturday, November 7, 2015 in Concord NH from 9AM - 5PM. For
more information about this program contact Amy Jenks at (603)
271-3842 or [email protected].
Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News
Submitted By Carol Hendee
It is a tad chilly
outside! We need flannel shirts, all ages and sizes! Sweatshirts
are almost all gone, so a refill would be great. Kids boots in
preparation for “you know what.”
This Thursday, the 29th,
is 1/2 price day. Stop in on Halloween, Saturday, the 31st and help
yourself to some candy!
Special event - we have a
beautiful Coach handbag. We will be taking bids on it through
November. Bidding starts at $10.00 We will post the highest bid as
the month progresses.
We are on Rte 28,
Chichester, 5 miles north of the Epsom Circle. Mon. 8-12; Tues. &
Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4. 247-7191.
Chichester Town Library News
The featured artists at
the Library for the month of November will be members of the
Photography Group. A reception for them is being planned for
Saturday, November 21st. Please come in throughout the month to see
the fruits of their labor.
kindergarten age children will enjoy stories and crafts tomorrow,
Thursday, October 29th, at 10:30 a.m.
Friday, November 6th at 6
p.m. is the initial “Star Wars” weekly screening and activities at
the Chichester Central School, 219 Main Street. This first
screening will also include arts and crafts, along with some type of
involvement of The Phantom Menace. All fans are welcome, and
children under the age of six must be accompanied by a parent or
guardian. School Librarian Kate Dockham and Chichester Librarian
Lisa Prizio have teamed up to bring fans up-to-date and to have fun
before the seventh episode is released in theaters.
So many programs and
activities have been planned for the enjoyment of residents. We
know those who attended the Jim Barnes performance enjoyed
themselves and we’re glad they came. On the heels of that, on
Saturday, November 7th at 7 p.m., at the Grange is the
one-woman play, “Granny D: The Power of One.” Again,
there is no cost to the public. If you are interested in politics,
the political process or the passion of this noted woman, please
plan to join us.
Another upcoming program
is on Saturday, December 5th at 1 p.m., when the Pontine Theater
will present a family-friendly performance of two works, “The
Christmas that Almost Wasn’t” by Ogden Nash and “Christmas Monks” by
Mary Wilkins Freeman. Please put it on the calendar, since this is
a busy season.
The Library wishes all a
fun and safe Halloween.