Revealed: 10/29/2020 9:07:09 PM
The Bow Backyard Membership is now accepting donations of latest pajamas and books via their annual Pajama Mission which is able to run via mid-November. The pajamas and books collected this 12 months can be distributed to Household Promise of Better Harmony, households receiving help via Bow Human Companies and Buddies of Forgotten Kids in Penacook which additionally serves the better Harmony space. Assortment packing containers are actually in place within the entryways of the Baker Free Library, 509 South St. and the Bow Park & Rec Dept., 3 Bow Heart Highway. Donations may also be given to any Bow Backyard Membership member. Please contact Joyce Kimball at 229-1990 if you want to drop off or a donation or would really like your donation picked up at your private home.
Numerous issues have modified since COVID-19 has appeared, however a few traditions are persevering with. Occasions can be resuming on the historic grange corridor positioned at 15 North Highway in Danbury.
“Most of our actions went on maintain in March and we’ve got actually missed the neighborhood,” mentioned Tricia Taylor, Grasp of Blazing Star Grange. There have been just a few changes, and the Winter Farmers Market in addition to a neighborhood supper are actually within the works.
The Winter Farmers Market can be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the primary Saturday of each month from Nov. 7 via April 3. A wide range of regionally grown and made merchandise can be found together with breakfast and lunch. There can be one-way site visitors via the constructing and social distancing and masks can be required. Some objects may additionally be ordered prematurely at HarvestToMarket.com after which picked up on the day of the market.
On Nov. 14, the grange will supply their well-known Selfmade Hen Pie Supper from 5 to six:30 p.m. Neighborhood suppers have been a practice on the grange for so long as anybody can bear in mind. Though eating in won’t be an possibility, takeout meals can be provided with no reservations required. The meal contains squash, rolls, cranberry sauce and do-it-yourself apple crisp. The price is just $9 for adults and $4 for teenagers underneath 12.
Regardless of masks and social distancing, the sense of neighborhood stays sturdy. The grange hopes to carry folks collectively to assist native farmers and distributors and effectively as to get pleasure from a scrumptious dwelling cooked meal. For extra info, name 768-5579 or 252-4440.
At Hart’s Turkey Farm Restaurant, the well being and security of our company, in addition to our household of staff, is our primary precedence. As a fixture on this neighborhood for greater than 66 years, we really feel it’s our accountability to be proactive on this unprecedented and difficult time. In gentle of this, Hart’s Turkey Farm Restaurant won’t be open for in-house seated eating on Thanksgiving Day this 12 months. The restaurant can be open with a restricted Thanksgiving Day menu from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m. for curbside pickup and takeout solely as follows:
■Complete Roasted Turkey Household Meals with all of the fixins’ and desserts can be accessible by preorder just for curbside pickup on Thanksgiving Day. Preordering begins on Nov. 1. Restricted portions accessible. Please order early.
■Particular person Turkey Dinners can be accessible for curbside pickup on Thanksgiving Day for the primary time ever. Superior ordering is extremely really useful, beginning Nov. 1.
■The restaurant’s foyer can be open to company on Thanksgiving Day from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m. to choose up sliced turkey, sizzling or chilly pints and quarts of our do-it-yourself gravy, stuffing, and butternut squash, in addition to frozen turkey pies, rolls and cornbread, and a restricted choice of vacation pies (whereas they final).
■The restaurant’s foyer may also be accessible for selecting up contemporary and frozen pints and quarts of our do-it-yourself gravy and stuffing, butternut squash, in addition to frozen turkey pies, rolls and cornbread, and a restricted choice of vacation pies (whereas they final) each day earlier than Thanksgiving from 11:30 a.m. till 8 p.m.
We genuinely recognize your belief and continued assist. It’s our continued privilege to offer our company with the service and expertise they count on and deserve. We look ahead to seeing you at Hart’s. Please notice: Common menu and kids’s menu won’t be accessible on Thanksgiving Day. Please arrive no sooner than quarter-hour of your scheduled pick-up time.
The Capital Area Meals Program distributed almost 2.8 tons of nonperishable meals objects to 17 social service companies, meals pantries and church buildings as a part of this system’s 12 months-Spherical Distribution Mission on Oct. 13. Organizations receiving meals as a part of this month’s distribution included: Blueberry Categorical Day Care, Boscawen Congregational Church Meals Pantry, Epsom Meals Pantry, First Congregational Church Meals Pantry, Buddies of Forgotten Kids, Gospel Gentle Meals Pantry, Loudon Meals Pantry, Merrimack Valley Day Care, Open Door Neighborhood Kitchen, Pittsfield Meals Pantry, Salvation Military, St. Paul’s Church Meals Pantry, Suncook Neighborhood Motion Program, Warner Neighborhood Motion Program and West Congregational Church Meals Pantry. As a part of the 12 months-Spherical Distribution Mission, non-perishable objects corresponding to canned fruit and greens, peanut butter, breakfast cereal, pasta, and soups are distributed for free of charge to collaborating companies.