Activities and Events Detail Information

Thursday - September 21

Baker Chocolate by Anthony Sammarco - Fremont
The Friends of the Fremont Library are pleased to welcome Anthony Sammarco as he presents the sweet history of the local chocolate company, Baker Chocolate. We all see the Baker chocolate bars in the baking aisle of the supermarket, but who knew that the company had such an interesting history that goes back 250 years? Anthony Sammarco did and he’ll be dishing out the delicious saga of the 1st company to manufacture chocolate in America with stories that involve disappearances, smuggling and much more. He’s joining us at theFremont Library on Thursday September 21 at 6:30PM. This event is free.

9th Annual NHARNG Retiree Luncheon- Pembroke
The New Hampshire Army National Guard (NHARNG) 9th Annual Retiree Luncheon is on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the new Edward Cross Training Complex, 722 Riverwood Drive, Pembroke, NH 03275. All retired NHARNG members are welcome.  Retirees who have not attended prior luncheons or have relocated are urged to contact Command Sergeant Major (Ret) David Follansbee via e-mail:  or call (603) 623-7757. There will be a briefing on the current status of the NHARNG as well as exhibits and displays of interest to retirees.  A group photo is also planned. 

Saturday - September 23

Veteran's Club Anniversary - Kingston
In celebration of their 71st anniversary, the Kingston Veteran’s Club Inc. invites all it’s members to attend the annual Member’s Appreciation Night scheduled for Saturday September 23, 2017.  The club was founded by five returning WWII veterans: Art Reynolds, Wilfred West, brothers Walter and Earl Carter and Bernard Robie.  It is a special night for members both Veteran and Auxiliary coming together for a mutual good time to celebrate the club anniversary from around 4:00 to 6:00 PM AT NO COST TO ANY MEMBER.   One the objectives of the Kingston Veteran’s Club, is to establish and perpetuate good fellowship amongst it's members and the community.  The club wishes to thank all members, both Veteran and Auxiliary for their outstanding support to all Veterans, their hard work at club events and continued support to the community.  Members are reminded they must show their membership ID to gain access to the Anniversary celebration. Also, the 2017 dues can be paid at the same time.  Make plans to be there! For more information, including new membership, please contact:  Kingston Veteran’s Club, 36 Church Street, Kingston, NH 03848, 642-3419 or stop at the Club on the 23rd and visit your fellow veterans.

Saturday - October 7

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day - Raymond
Saturday, October 7, 2017 at the end of Industrial Drive off Old Manchester Road (exit 4 ) across from the Safety Complex, Raymond, NH .
Auburn, Nottingham and Raymond Residents Only
~ Maximum quantity per household is 5 gallons or 5 pounds whichever is higher
~ No motor oil or latex paint will be accepted !!
Any questions please call Raymond Public Works at 895-7036.

Town Wide Yard Sale - Deerfield
The annual Deerfield Town Wide Yard Sale will take place on Saturday October 7th from 8am-3pm. Yard sales will take place at various locations throughout the yown. Maps will be available for sale starting on Wednesday October 6th at several locations around town including: Deerfield Community School office, Deerfield Mart convenience store, Yannis Pizzeria, Nine Lions Tavern, and the Philbrick-James Library. All proceeds from the sale of the site listings and maps are to benefit the Deerfield Community School PTO.

Saturday - October 14

Veteran's Club Annual Oktoberfest - Kingston
The Kingston Veteran's Club will be hosting there Annual Oktoberfest on October 14th 2017. Join us for authentic German food including Bratwurst, Sauerkraut, Spaetzle, Schnitzel and more. Food will be served from 4:00 to 6:00pm and the cost is $9.00 per person. Plan to lace up your Lederhosen or Dirndle, grab your beer stein and yodel your way to Kingston Veteran's Club for a good time and good food.The Kingston Veteran's Club is located at 36 Church Street in Kingston. For more info please call 642-3419.

Saturday - October 21

30th Annual Halloween Costume Party - Raymond
Raymond Recreation will host the 30th Annual Halloween Party on Saturday, October 21, in the gymnasium at the Raymond High School. Activities will begin at 5 pm and run until 7 pm. Due to the capacity of the gym, this costume party is only open to Raymond residents. A parent or guardian must accompany all children. Prizes for the costume contest will be awarded in different age groups, including a best-dressed family costume. Enjoy the many exciting games/ activities for the children to enjoy. Every child must have a ticket and will be given a numbered tag to enter the evening's festivities. Tickets will be sent home with students at the middle school and elementary school, as well as available at the recreation office. VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED for this event !!! For more information or additional tickets, please call 895-7031 or stop by Raymond Recreation at the Town Office.

Thursday - October 26

Uprooted: Heartache and Hope in NH Documentarty - Raymond
The Raymond Voter Information Project (VIP) is pleased to sponsor another NH Humanities Council program. Uprooted: Heartache and Hope in NH is a 30-minute documentary based on interviews with five refugees who escaped from war-torn countries to settle in New Hampshire. The film explores what it means to be a refugee and how it feels to make a new life in a strange place, often without English language skills, family, a job, or community contacts. Questions of belonging, citizenship and what it means to be an American are raised. A guided discussion follows the film. This program will be led by Sara Withers. Dr. Withers earned a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Brandeis University and currently lectures on anthropology at the University of New Hampshire. She organized and conducted nearly 40 oral history interviews that serve as the basis for this documentary. Admission: Free and open to the public however any donations to defray the 2018 Voter Guide would be appreciated. Time: 7PM, Place: Regional Economic Development Center of Southern NH (REDC), 57 Main St, Raymond, NH.

Saturday - October 28

This annual Halloween event has become the best in the Raymond area. It's the perfect place because its all contained in one parking lot and and there are lots of Halloween decorated stations for the children to visit. Oh and the adults dress up too. The Trunk cars must arrive by 5:30 pm, the Trick-or-Treating begins at 6 pm and goes until 8 pm. PLEASE leave all pets home. If you would like to set up a Trunk station click on the Trunk-or-Treat page and read the rules.

Sunday - October 29

TRICK-OR-TREAT - Brentwood ~~~~~~ From 5 pm to 8 pm

TRICK-OR-TREAT - Raymond ~~~~~~ From 5 pm to 7 pm

TRICK-OR-TREAT - Nottingham ~~~~~~ From 5 pm to 7 pm

From 5 pm to 7 pm at the Providence Baptist Church, 410 Pleasant Street, Epping. Come see the trunks decorated with candy for the children and enjoy free refreshments for all! If you are interested in participating in this event, please contact us by email at or call 603-679-8918. Please keep all decorations young child friendly!

Saturday - November 4

Boyscout Troop 101 33rd Annual Craft Fair - Raymond
The Raymond Boyscout Troop 101 33rd Annual Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov 4, at Raymond High School. No admission and always plenty of free parking. 60+ Vendors with fun and unique gifts for all. Features local artists, expert crafts, tables of jewelry, knitted items, country wood crafts, jams, jellies and much more. Shop for yourself or buy gifts for the family. Warm hot cocao and food served by Troop 101 Boy Scouts of Raymond. For more information, Jill Vadeboncoeur or 603-339-9318









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