Merrimack Valley region town crier for the week of March 26, 2023

Published: 03-28-2023 8:47 AM

BOSCAWENCoffee House performance

■Enjoy a night out at the High Street Coffee House that will be held on March 31 in the Boscawen Congregational Church sanctuary. Featured performers are Wendy Keith and Her Alleged Band who take the stage at 7 p.m. They will be followed by a full list of open-mic performers throughout the evening. If you wish to share your talents, you can email Liz at HighStreetCoffeeHouse@gmail.com or call Chris at 603-520-9196. Free admission, doors open at 6:30 p.m.

■The Boscawen Community Garden committee is in its 15th season and they are looking for more volunteers to add their diverse talents. Share your interest with Jeff Abbe, Boscawen Community Gardens Coordinator by emailing him at 603-856-3298 or send him an email to mgdurango@comcast.net.

■Sunrise Services will be held at 6:15 a.m. outside the Boscawen Congregational Church on Easter Sunday, April 9. Breakfast will follow in the church and regular services start at 10 a.m. Additionally, the church will hold ‘Service of Tenebrae’ on Maundy Thursday, April 6.

MARY ALLARD

753-8576

boscawenpl@gmail.com

SALISBURYAnnual report available

■The printed copies of the 2022 Annual Town Report are available to pick up at Academy Hall and the Salisbury Free Library. For a digital copy please go to salisburynh.org.

■Salisbury’s Annual Town Meeting will be held on March 28. Polls will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The business meeting to discuss and vote on the 2023 town budget will begin at 7 p.m. This meeting will be held at the Salisbury Town Hall, 645 Old Turnpike Rd. For more information please see the Town’s webpage at salisburynh.org.

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■Just a friendly reminder for everyone in town who owns a dog. Please license your dogs before the April 30 deadline. To register your dog online, visit https://pay.eb2gov.com/Service/DogLicensing/1072?towncode=746&groupname=&source=DL&towncodemasterid=373. Anyone who has any questions about their dogs’ license please contact Town Clerk Jim Zink-Mailloux through email tclerksalisbury@gmail.com or by phone 648-6322.

JENNIFER HOYT

648-2260

jimjen505@tds.net

WEBSTERPublic hearings

■Congratulations to Marty Bender for being named a Concord Monitor Hometown Hero.

■Congratulations to everyone who went out to vote, and to the candidates who won. It was announced at Town Meeting that 102 people voted in the town election. Speaking of congratulations, our Moderator Mike Jette presided over another well run Town Meeting.

■The Webster Historical Society and the Webster Free Public Library presents Barbara Corliss’ “Where are the Records” on April 1 at 2 p.m. to present You will learn what records to look for, what is in the records, what to know about them, and where they are. Genealogy can be an expensive hobby, but Barbara has tips to help you do some of your research for free.

■The Webster Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold two public hearings on April 11 at 7 p.m. The hearings will be held at Webster Town Hall. This meeting was postponed from March 14 due to the storm.

Nancy Picthall-French

webstertowncrier@gmail.com

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