Bake Sale! Goodies By Grandma

Bake Sale! Goodies By Grandma Every Friday in April. Stop by Harmony Homes by the Bay, 1 Stagecoach Rd, Durham, for a bake sale from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every Friday in April. The sale will be in the front lobby and all proceeds from the sale will go to the Wounded Warrior Project. 

Dover Day at the Woodman Museum

Dover Day on Sunday, April 10th at the Woodman Museum from 10am – 4pm with FREE Admission for Dover residents. Come explore the new and improved “Mineral Room” and many other updated exhibits. Woodman Museum | 182 Central Avenue, Dover.


MADE IN LEE ARTISAN FAIR Saturday, May 7th at Mast Way School from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Find Forge Work, Stained Glass, Jewelry, Quilting, Beeswax Candles, Fishing Rods, Glass, Vinyl & Nature Art, Greenery, Musical Instruments and so much more! Donations gratefully accepted at the door for the Wilkinson Food Pantry.

Students Raise Money for Cornerstone VNA’s Pediatric Fund

Students Raise Money for Cornerstone VNA’s Pediatric Fund


Rochester, NH – Cornerstone VNA, a local nonprofit home health and hospice care provider, recently received a generous donation of $484 from the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) students at the Richard W. Creteau Regional Technology Center at Spaulding High School in Rochester, NH. This donation is a result of a special bake sale that the students organized to support the Kiddie Cornerstone Fund at Cornerstone VNA.


The Kiddie Cornerstone Fund was established in 2016 to provide gifts for the organization’s pediatric patients to bring smiles to their youngest patients and to promote hope and healing at home. In addition to gifts, such as books, coloring books, and small toys, funds are also used to purchase gas cards to assist with transportation to medical appointments for families in need.


“Childhood illnesses are scary for young patients and their families, and the financial burden can be so overwhelming,” shares Erika Lee, Director of Advancement. “Thanks to donations to our Kiddie Cornerstone Fund, we can provide an extra layer of support in the form of toys and books, special equipment, gas cards, and even gifts over the holidays. We are very grateful to the students for their efforts to support our young patients.”


HOSA Co-President, Mia Baillargeon shares, “We are fortunate enough to have a great group of ladies [students] this year that are passionate about serving the community and reaching out to those who may need it most.  Of course we could have raised money for ourselves, but this was something more honorable, that makes an impact on others.” HOSA Advisor, Lisa Kumph adds, “Our HOSA group was very excited to be able to support the children in our community. The students and staff at Spaulding High School and the Creteau Tech Center demonstrated their generosity through support of the bake sale.”


For more information or to make a donation to the Kiddie Cornerstone Fund, visit or call Erika Lee at 603-332-1133 x1203.


Cornerstone VNA is a non-profit organization, currently serving Rockingham, Strafford, Belknap and Carroll Counties in New Hampshire and York County in Maine. The team at Cornerstone VNA provides award-winning care and support through five distinct programs: Home Care, Hospice Care, Palliative Care, Life Care-Private Duty and Community Care. For 109 years, Cornerstone VNA has been committed to bringing services to people of all ages so that families can stay together at home, even when facing the challenges of aging, surgical recovery, chronic or life-threatening illnesses or end-of-life care. To learn more about Cornerstone VNA, visit or call 800-691-1133.

More Run For Your Wife

Run For Your Wife

This superb example of the British farce had audiences rolling in the aisles in London and New York. A taxi driver gets away with having two wives in different areas of London because of his irregular working schedule. Complication is piled upon complication as the cabby tries to keep his double life from exploding.

Performance dates for Run For Your Wife are March 25, 26, April 1, 2, at 8:00 pm and March 27 at 2:00pm at Garrison Players Arts Center, 449 Roberts Rd, RollinsfordDirected by Jim Mastro.

Tickets are $20 for Adults and $15 for Students. Visit, or email, or call 603-750-4278.

Garrison Players Arts Center (GPAC) is a nonprofit, volunteer-based community theatre group dedicated to enriching the cultural life of the area by presenting high-quality theatrical performances geared for family audiences. Established in 1953, the players encourage people of all ages to enjoy and participate in the many facets of the performing arts, and to help maintain the Garrison Players Arts Center. For more information about auditions, volunteering, shows, or GPAC, visit the website at

Colonial Dinner Celebrates Society’s 60th Anniversary

Colonial Dinner Celebrates Society’s 60th Anniversary. Old Berwick Historical Society’s 3rd Annual “Colonial Tavern Dinner,” featuring the food, comfort, and entertainment of an inn and tavern ca. 1780, will be on Sunday, March 27, 2022 at the Red Barn at Outlook Farm on Route 4 in South Berwick. The evening begins with a cash bar cocktail hour at 5pm, and the dinner begins at 6pm. (Please note the different time for this year.)


Guests will be able to imagine traveling to old Berwick by stagecoach on dirt roads, enjoy the hospitality of the inn holder as he offers you his 18th century food and beverages. The meal will be prepared by returning Chef Julie Cutting-Kelly, owner of Cure, and Chef Lee Frank, owner of Otis and Lee Frank’s, along with the chefs from the Red Barn at Outlook Farm.


“The society is celebrating our 60th Anniversary this year,” said Executive Director, Cari Quater. “Our 2020 dinner was cancelled right as COVID started to shut things down. We are excited to be able to bring it back this year, in time for our special anniversary.” The chefs have planned a three-course, historically based, 18th century meal featuring multiple dishes at each course served family-style. Complementing the meal will be beverages from Tributary Brewing Company and North Country Hard Cider.


Period dress is encouraged for guests who enjoy to dress-up; for others, dressy-casual attire is requested. Masks are optional. Tickets must be purchased by March 16, 2022 at Cost is $65 for members, $75 for non-members.


Questions? Contact Executive Director, Cari Quater, at 207-384-0000 or email her at 


Artist in Residency Exhibition 

Artist in Residency Exhibition 


The Art Center in Dover, NH presents the “Artist in Residency Exhibition”, a fine art installation that showcases some of the best work of seasoned and up and coming seacoast artists.  Artists Lillia Shuel, Lindsey MacMurdo and AJ Jessome and Printmakers Diane St. Jean, Luccas Booth, Beth Wittendburg, Kristen Lanzer each spent four months at The Art Center in the Art Center’s Artist in Residency Program to create the body of work that is presented in this impressive collection.  The show highlights several different styles of printmaking including monoprint, linocut, etching and collagraph.  Photography, watercolor, oil painting and drawing are also featured.


This is the 3rd year that the Artist in Residency Program has been available to local artists.  When Rebecca Proctor created The Art Center, public education was always a part of her master plan.  As The Art Center grew she put that plan into action with the help of Peter Henry of Market Square Jewelers who signed on to sponsor a studio.  The printmaking program started last year as The Art Center launched its state of the art printmaking studio.  The Closet Connection subsidized this effort and several printmakers have reaped the benefits of their ongoing generosity.  


The exhibit runs through April 30th with an artist’s reception scheduled for April 9th from 6-9 PM.


To take advantage of this opportunity to become a ‘resident artist’ or ‘resident printmaker’ and enjoy all of what The Art Center has to offer, Artists can apply at


The Art Center located at the Washington Street Mills, 1 Washington Street, Suite 1177, Dover, NH.

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