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tests for the biggest acorn & littlest acorn. •••November 23rd & 26th ••• •••November 26th & 27th ••• Friday, December 3, 2021 7:30 pm The 2021 Acorn Festival opens at 1PM One Stop Christmas Shop for Kids Festival of Trees St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church,
•••November 6th •••
with the tour/walk through beautiful paths of D Acres. We will identify how to tell a “good” (for eating) acorn from a “bad” one, and tools & techniques for gathering efficiently with a light footprint.
WHAT TO BRING: Dress for the weather (& bring a mask for inside). We’ll have plenty of acorns to work with, but you are welcome to bring acorns you have gath- ered elsewhere for evaluation & to use the Cooperatives Dave-Built Nut Cracker to process. Creative? Collective? Submis- sions for the Acorn/Oak Art Exhibit may be entered on the day. See categories below:
FOR: Kindergarten-8th Grade
WHEN: Tue, 11/23 & Fri, 11/26, 4-7pm WHERE: TTCC Downstairs.
This event is an opportunity for children to do their Christmas shopping for family & friends in one stop. Younger children are assigned a helper that will keep them within their budget. Many different items for parents, siblings, grandparents, teach- ers & friends.
Items cost from 25 cents to $6 THIS IS A KID ZONE ONLY!! Parents must wait out- side the room, no peeking!
••••••• November 25th •••••••
40th Annual Turkey Trot To Benefit the Newfound Children & Families in Need 9am Start-Time
A Community Partnership driven by Newfound Country Store & TTCC Pre-Register online now or in person at Newfound Country Store. Registration available the morning of the Trot be- ginning at 8am. Trot begins at 9am at Newfound Country Store, 408 Mayhew Turnpike, Bridgewater, NH. Questions? Donations? Want to sponsor? Online: countrystore
Bristol Old Town Hall
Friday 4:00pm - 8:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
••• November 27th •••
9th Annual Cold Turkey Plunge To Benefit Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports Waterville Valley 11:30 Am
Take a refreshing Plunge into Corcoron Pond in beautiful Waterville Valley and get "Freezin' For A Reason"! Each Plung- er is asked to raise a minimum of $50 in donations. All funds go directly to support Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports and pro- vide snow sports opportunities to children and adults with cognitive disabilities.
Plungers receive an official Plunge Shirt, a gourmet cold turkey sandwich (courtesy of Chef Sean Stout & his crew at the Coy- ote Grill), and other goodies. Additional incentives and prizes will also be award- ed. Costumes are encouraged but not required. Plunge as an individual or start a team. It is a great way to kick off the Hol- iday Season and support a fantastic cause! Go to to reg- ister and Plunge info & updates.
Festival of Trees
Bristol Old Town Hall Saturday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Franklin, NH Admission by donation Sunday, December 5, 2021. 3:00pm
Lakes Region Symphony Orchestra
PSU Silver Center, Plymouth, NH at box office or 603-535-ARTS
•••December 10-12 •••
Masks required for all patrons. Hanaway Theatre. PSU Students FREE (limited number) 7:00pm “A Triumphant Return” Join New Hampshire’s Lakes Region Symphony Orchestra and conductor Ben Greene at our exciting collaboration with the Silver Center and Hanaway Theatre. At this inaugural concert of LRSO’s 2021- 2022 season, PSU piano faculty member Dr. Adam Mayon joins the orchestra per- forming Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3. The concert also features violinist Sava Thurber, winner of the 2021 LRSO Stu- dent Concerto Competition, performing Carmen Fantasy by Pablo de Sarasate. View snippets of Sava’s winning audition at
Please join LRSO in our triumphant re- turn to live performance at this not-to-be missed concert. Tickets are general ad- mission, $25 for adults, $10 for students K-college; and $30 for premium seating in row “N”. Special discounts for PSU stu- dents and staff.
•••November 8th - Dec 3rd •••
•••November 7th •••
Dance to End Domestic Violence
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Central Square Historic District.
7! The name remains but we are head- ed for November again. Who cares after least we are getting together! Its the 7th one, ask questions if you don't know how it works. BRING A FRIEND! Schedule of all the stops will be shared soon. Stay tuned!
It’s $50 per person which gets you a shirt and admission into the crawl. The $ cov- ers the shirt and rest goes to The Mayhew Program.
Event starts at the Homestead at 4pm. Returning “crawlers” wear the same shirt every year that way the total $50 goes to the organization. Each stop offers a drink special and food special but people are free to order whatever they want and pay. The purpose for this crawl from day 1 is to raise $$ for an organization and cele- brate our local businesses. It can be an ex- pensive night but it goes towards a great cause, supports local businesses & is a lot of fun! There are also raffles at every stop. Hope you can join in!!
at Big Daddy Joe's, Plymouth | 1-7pm Suggested donation of $20 at the door- 15% off food with your donation. Hosted by Voices Against Violence, Band Wagon Line Dancers and Craig Engel.
All proceeds to benefit Voices Against Vi- olence - All services are free & confidential For more information or to volunteer call Tina Schumacher Office: (603) 536-5999 24 hour crisis line: (603) 536-1659
5th Annual Acorn Festival at D Acres
Sunday from1 to 4pm
Calling eighteen Acorn aficionados, en- thusiasts and oak-nut neophytes: to cel- ebrate the fall of them! Once again we will share acorn lore, food, and FUN. Sun- day’s activities will include a D Acres tour/ acorn gathering walk, acorn processing “how to”s and demonstrations & further resources.
There will be acorn foods to sample, rec- ipes to share, an Acorn/Oak art exhibit, a Golden Acorn Treasure Hunt, and con-
• Excavation • Site Work
• Land Clearing
• Stump/Brush Removal
• Brush/Field Mowing
• Gravel Driveway Repair and Installs
Call Zack 603-960-0682
•••November 26th •••
Order your holiday cookies now!
The Friends of the Minot-Sleeper Library are taking orders for their famous cookies, on-line or in person. See details on the library website Deadline for orders is Friday, Dec 3rd.
66th Annual Santa’s Village & Craft Fair
FOR: All ages
WHEN: Friday, 12/10, 6-8pm
Saturday, 12/11, 2-5pm
Sunday, 12/12, 2-5pm COST: Canned Food Donation
Join us for this magical annual event! Visit Santa’s Elves as they work on toys & wrap presents, enjoy one of Mrs. Claus’ famous cookies, check out the awesome North Pole train station and spend time with Santa! Visit the TTCC’s BIGGEST Craft Fair while you wait! Tables still available for rent.
•••December 25th •••
To get your event listed in the Calendar, please email by the 19th of the month
for the next month's issue.
•••November 13th •••
Your “Favorite” Decorator ~ Jodie Favorite ~
Office: 603-744-9433 Bristol, NH Cell: 603-738-3399
Justice of the Peace
JP services may include consultation for wedding planning, sample ceremonies with options for poems, prayers, unity candle, and exchange of rings or gifts.
Offering packages at:
Coppertoppe Inn & Retreat Center
( and nearby lakeside locations. Packages may include ceremony, photographer, DJ, and reception. Off-site weddings are priced by time and distance.
Contact Sheila at:
603-744-3636 or
Bristol Rotary begins Christmas Tree Sales at O'Reilly Auto Parts
•••December 2nd, 3rd, 5th •••
Annual Tree Lighting in
Central Square Bristol 5:30 pm
Get into the holiday spirit with friends and neighbors! Music begins at 5:30 pm and Santa arrives by fir truck at 6:00 pm to light the tree.
"Snow Angel” Choral concerts featuring winter themed songs and holiday classics to set the mood for December festivities. Masks required at each location.
Thursday, December 2, 2021 7:30 pm Gilford Community Church, Gilford, NH Admission by donation
Pemigewasset Choral Society
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