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Epsom NH News

October 21, 2015

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Just in time for Halloween, the Epsom Public Library will host Shane Sirois, the owner and founder of, paranormal research and investigations, on Wednesday, October 28 at 7:00 PM.  He will highlight some recent cases that have received interest from several media sources.  Mr. Sirois participated in researching a house that has been haunted for over 6 generations and is the subject of the book, “The World’s Most Haunted House,” by William Hall.  Come join us and get into the “spirit” of things. 



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Bob Blodgett, Commander of American Legion Post #112, Epsom, NH, presents Nicholas Meuise of Epsom with a check for $350 to cover tuition at Boy’s State. Nick hopes to attend West Point and praised the program, which focuses on leadership. He was elected mayor of one o f the towns used in the program. Good Luck, Nick!



Ken Kartes Photography Exhibit At The Epsom Public Library


“The Way I See It,” an exhibit by photographer Ken Kartes, opens on October 31 at the Epsom Public Library and will run through December 12.  The artist’s love of nature, so evident in his work, began with visits to the zoo in his hometown of Stoneham, Massachusetts and continues with the inspiration he finds outside his door in Dover, NH, around Great Bay, the seacoast area and the White Mountains. Of his work, Ken says “Some of my best photos come during unplanned moments. Being open to what nature has to offer is key to me.”


This stunning exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours: Monday through Thursday, 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday, 9 am to 1 pm.  Additionally, all are welcome to meet the artist and learn more about his work at a special reception on Sunday, November 8, from 2 to 4 pm.  For more information, call the library at 736-9920 or visit






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