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By BRittany amalfi
We’re all ready for those fun- filled holiday events to kick off the season. Luckily, Newfound doesn’t lack in its holiday tra- ditions, so there is something for everyone as we prepare for this busy time. Check out the list below for all different kinds of holiday fun for you and your
December 2022
Holiday Season is Upon Us
Friends of the Minot-Sleeper
Library Holiday Cookie Sale: Start the holiday season off with some amazing cookies and a Holiday Cookie Cookbook from the Friends of the Minot-Sleeper Library! You can find their order form online and pick up is De- cember 9th from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
Tapply-Thompson Santa’s Village and Craft Fair: Friday 12/9, 6-8 PM, Saturday 12/10, 2-5 PM, Sunday 12/11, 2-5 PM. COST: Canned food donation
Tapply-Thompson North Pole Train:: Friday 12/9, 6-8 PM, Saturday 12/10, 2-5 PM, Sunday 12/11, 2-5 PM.
Tapply-Thompson Par- ent’s Night Out: Next date
is 12/17 from 5-9 PM at the TTCC. The Teen Council plans a special night for the kiddos, and the cost is $20 per child.
PSU’s Festival of Trees:
Friday, 12/2, and Saturday, 12/3, from 10:30 AM to 8:00 PM at Plymouth State’s Silver Center for the Arts.
Plymouth’s Hometown Holiday Celebration Pa-
rade: Saturday, 12/3. Parade leaves promptly at 5:00 PM to travel down Main Street.
Bristol United Church of Christ Women’s Fellow- ship’s Christmas Fair: Lo- cation- Fellowship Hall at the Bristol United Church of Christ, 15 Church Street, Bristol. 9AM- 12 PM
Happy Holidays from all of us at
Scott Borthwick
Ph: 603.523.9284 cell: 603.630.8032
Estate Wildlife Control, llc Professional Removal & Exculsion of Wildlife
Plumbing • Gas Piping • Water Purification
C: 978-804-3102 T: 603-217-0365
Cynthia M. Rogers
Licensed Funeral Director
~ A Tradition of Caring Service ~
(603) 744-3358 • 115 South Main Street, Bristol, NH 03222
Fully Insured - Lic # 26318
Craig Adam
tion of Caring Service ~

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