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Thursday - July 20

Summer Concert Series: By Request - Raymond .

Sunday - July 23

"Tri for the Y" a family friendly triathlon - Kingston
On Saturday, July 23, YMCA Camp Lincoln will host the "Tri for the Y," a family friendly triathlon, benefitting the Annual Scholarship Fund to provide financial assistance for children to attend YMCA programs like camp! Tri for the Y will kick off the USAT-Sanctioned Triathlon at 8AM, followed by a Kids Only Triathlon at 11AM. The events can be completed individually, or as part of a relay team. Online registration for Tri for the Y is open through Wednesday, July 19, or participants can register on-site on the day of the triathlon. Check in times are between 1-5PM on Saturday, July 22, and check out should be completed by 2PM on Sunday, July 23. Camp Lincoln is located on 67 Ball Road, Kingston, NH. For more information or to register, contact the Exeter Area YMCA at 603 642 3361, or visit Tri for the Y

Thursday - July 27

Summer Concert Series: B-Sides - Raymond

Tuesday - August 1

The Raymond Democrats Meeting - Raymond
Join The Raymond Democrats on Tuesday at 7 PM, at the Tucker Lodge, 63A Main Street, Raymond. Guest speaker will be NH Senate Candidate Jon Morgan.

Thursday - August 3

Summer Concert Series: October Revival - Raymond

Friday - August 4

Bake Sale and Spaghetti Dinner - Kingston
The Kingston Fire Department Auxiliary will be holding their annual bake sale on Friday of Kingston Days, August 4, 2017 from 5:00 to 7:00pm at the Kingston Fire Department during the lobster feed. Raffles and T shirts for sale will be available. On Saturday, August 5, 2017 from 5:00 to 7:00pm The Auxiliary will be holding their 2nd annual spaghetti dinner. Dinner will include spaghetti with home-made sauce and meatballs, and goodies. Tickets are $8.00 for adults, $5.00 for kids and it is a fabulous meal and a great cause. All those who purchase a ticket will be entered for door prize. Dinner raffle winners will be drawn at the end of the dinner. Hope to see you all there!

Saturday - August 5

3rd Annual Motorcycle Ride In Loving Memory of Alanna Marcotte - Raymond
All proceeds to benefit St. Jude. Date August 5th, 2017 Rain or Shine. Registration at 8:30am at the Tuckaway Tavern in Raymond, NH. Price $25.00 per rider and $15.00 per passenger. KSU at 10am. There will be a full breakfast served by Tuckaway Tavern. Ride ends at the American Legion Post 90 in Raymond, NH where lunch will be served by Tuckaway Tavern. There will be various raffles, including a 50/50. Massages available from 2-4pm free for veterans.
For more information, contact Shawn Simoneau American Legion Rider Director at 603-396-0764 Email ssimoneau68@gmail.com
Sponsored by the American Legion Riders Post 90, Chapter 21 of Raymond, NH.

4th Annual Stephen Arkell Memorial Softball Tournament - Brentwood
This will be held at the Brentwood Recreation facility, 190 Route 125, Exeter, from 8 AM Saturday through 6 PM Sunday. Entry Fee for the tournament is $250.00 per team. The tournament is Co-ed and a minimum of 4 females must be on the field and in the batting order. Any questions please contact Fremont Sergeant Jay Larochelle at jaylarochelle@yahoo.com or Brentwood Corporal Brett Wells at bwelsbpd@gmail.com . For additional information click on 4th Annual Stephen Arkell Memorial Softball Tournament- Facebook page

Thursday - August 10

Summer Concert Series: Blue Heartache- Raymond

Saturday - August 12

Lamprey Health Care Annual 5K - Newmarket
Registration is from 7 AM to 8:15 AM at the Newmarket Community Center, 1 Terrace Drive, Newmarket. Race start time is 8:30 AM. Walkers, strollers and baby joggers welcome. With prizes for top runners, a major raffle drawing, a kids fun run, music and refreshment, the LHC Annual 5K offers a family fun event for all. Kids Fun Run! Free for Kids Under 12, After the 5K. Bring a food donation to support the End 68 Hours Of Hunger Program and receive a reusable grocery bag. Proceeds benefit pediatric programs in the Raymond LHC Office. For more information and to register click Register HERE .

Lamprey River Family Fun Float - Raymond
Paddle the Lamprey River from the Carroll Beach behind the Lamprey River Elementary School from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Safety & Techniques Instruction will be provided. No boat? No problem! Mountain Road Trading Post can rent and deliver, with paddle and life jackets. Call them at (603) 895-3501. All participants MUST wear a personal floatation device. Email carl.spang@lrwa-nh.org to register or get more information. Sponsored by the Lamprey River Watershed Association.

Thursday - August 17

Summer Concert Series: Two Tined Fork - Raymond
Join us for a Free Concert at the Raymond Town Common from 6 PM to 7 PM. Bring your dancing shoes, a lawn chair or blanket, bug spray and plan on a great evening! Food will be for sale by Raymond Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts & Crew 795. Hosted by The Friends of Recreation and Raymond Recreation Department.

Saturday - August 19

Raymond Historical Society Pancake Breakfast - Raymond
Join us at the Raymond Depot for the Annual Pancake Breakfast that will begin at 7 am and run until 11 am. Blueberry, Chocolate Chip, Plain or Red, White and Blue Pancakes with Sausage, Juice, Coffee and Tea all for only $6 for Adults and $4 for Children. Hosted by the Raymond Historical Society.

Thursday - August 24

Last One --- Summer Concert Series: Knock On Wood - Raymond
Join us for a Free Concert at the Raymond Town Common from 6 PM to 7 PM. Bring your dancing shoes, a lawn chair or blanket, bug spray and plan on a great evening! Food will be for sale by Raymond Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts & Crew 795. Hosted by The Friends of Recreation and Raymond Recreation Department.

Saturday - September 2

A Day of Hope - Raymond
Day of Hope is: Bringing Hope Making A Difference. A Day of Hope will be hosted by New Life Church at 84 Nottingham Road in Raymond on Sept 2nd from 10:00 to 2:00. We have just begun to organize this event, but already we have many local businesses onboard donating their supplies and services, such as on-site physicals, dental exams, flu shots, food pantries, hair cuts, school supplies, hearing tests, eye exams, legal and financial advice, etc. If you would like to donate or fund supplies or by provide a resource, please give us a call at 895-6041 to discuss how we can best utilize the services you are offering toward this cause. New Life Church, 84 Nottingham Road, Raymond, NH 03077, (603) 895-6041 website: www.newliferaymond.org

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. Time: 7PM, Place: Regional Economic Development Center of Southern NH (REDC), 57 Main St, Raymond, NH.

Saturday - November 4

Raymond 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 atmrsvaddy@gmail.com or 603-339-9318

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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