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Paint The Town

Having a great summer!
Come join us at the Bayside Grill & Tavern, 51 Mill St, Wolfeboro, NH on Monday evening

Wine glass painting at 5 pm and Canvas at 7.

No art experience needed!

We will teach you step by step
how to re-create the featured painting.

Great for a night out, dates, kids,
birthdays, and more!

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Global Awareness Local Action (G.A.L.A.)
and Jack Mountain Bushcraft School
2016 monthly NH Re-skillience Workshop Series
Facebook Page
hands-on workshops focusing on homesteading, sustainable living, and traditional bushcraft skills designed to strengthen personal and community resilience.


Huggins Hospital
is looking for Volunteers

 Morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend times are available.

  Terri Fraser Hooper at 569- 7595 or
via email.

American Red Cross
Blood Drive
(800) RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767)

  • Check website for an area near you...

    BloodDouble Red Cells Blood: The most common type of donation, during which approximately a pint of 'whole blood' is given.

    This type of blood donation usually takes about an hour.

    Double Red Cells: A Double Red Cell donation collects the red cells but returns most of the plasma and platelets to the donor.

    These donors must meet specific eligibility requirements and have type A Neg, B Neg, or O blood.

  • Appointments are recommended, and a blood donor card or valid picture ID is required to donate.
    For more information or to schedule an appointment to donate blood, please call (800) RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit

    Notes: If you are Blood type O, A neg, or B neg please consider donating double red cells.
    Drop in or Schedule an Appointment

      For info about hosting a blood drive, volunteering and why type "0" is needed -

Volunteers Needed:

  • Lakes Region Humane Society

    Check out ways you can help the Humane Society

  • Lakes Region Humane Society
    11 Old route 28, Ossipee, New Hampshire 03864
    • Classes:
      Basic Manners - 5 Week Class - $125 Saturdays, 10 am- 11 am Training Dates: August 12th - September 9th

      This 5 week course focuses on teaching your dog or puppy the skills necessary to do the following behaviors reliably: Stay, Leash Manners/Heel, Attention with Distractions, and Come when Called. Each week we will build on your dog success and challenge them with further distractions.

    • Introduction to Agility - 5 Week Class - $150 Saturdays, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm Training Dates: August 12th - September 9th

      Agility is a great way to bond with, exercise and train your dog. The focus of this class is to encourage your dog to jump, weave and run through tunnels all while listening, learning and having fun! Because this class is interactive, we ask for well-socialized dogs.

    • Private consultations available by appointment Initial consultation $60/60 minutes

      Subsequent consultations $60/60 minutes or $30/30 minutes
    • Discounts: If you adopted your dog from LRHS within the past 3 months, you will receive $25 off your first group class OR 50% off an Individual Consultation.
    • Registration Complete and submit the Dog Training Registration Form.
    • Contact our Certified Trainer, Louise Daigle, to schedule a training session for you and your dog (603) 539-1077 or
    • Should you like to take a class that is not scheduled, you may get a group of at least 3 people together and we'll run a custom class for your group!
  • L.I.F.E. Ministries Food Pantry

    All Saints Episcopal Church on South Main Street in Wolfeboro, distribution to clients on Wednesdays, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 5 to 7 p.m.

  • Classes:

    • Lake Life Lessons - 603.986.4332
    • The Wolfeboro Area Creative Arts Center Art class 569-7979 or visiting
    • Huggins Hospital Clinical Education Classes

      Basic Life Support - Re-Certification Classes More...

    • Huggins Hospital's Diabetes Self-Management Education: More...


    Wolfeboro Public Library
    259 S Main St. 569-2428 
    Mon-Thurs 9:30am-8pm
    Fri-Sat 9:30am-5pm  
    Website &
    Story Time Schedule

    • CHILDREN’S CRAFT Friday, Aug. 4 at 10:30 a.m. “Build a Puppy House” Adopt a stuffed animal and build it a home. All ages, though adults should accompany young children.
    • THE POETRY OF WAR Monday, Aug. 7 & 14 at 1 p.m. Michael Hodder, facilitator. Informal discussion class.
    • BOOK DISCUSSION Tuesday, Aug. 8 at 1 p.m. “A Farewell to Arms” by Ernest Hemingway
    • OPERA IN THE MORNING Wednesday, Aug. 9 at 10 a.m. Two short films exploring the history, characters and composers of great operas. This session features Madame Butterfly by Puccini and the Abduction from Seraglio by Mozart.
    • UNLAUNCH’D VOICES: AN EVENING WITH WALT WHITMAN Thursday, Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. Actor Stephen Collins brings the poet to life through reminisces, poetry recitation and reading of actual letters. Made possible by the New Hampshire Humanities.
    • UNLAUNCH’D VOICES: AN EVENING WITH WALT WHITMAN Thursday, Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. Actor Stephen Collins brings the poet to life through reminisces, poetry recitation and reading of actual letters. Made possible by the New Hampshire Humanities.


      Co-sponsored by the Library and the Lakes Region Genealogy Interest Group.
      Tuesday, June 13 at 1 p.m.
      A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. Copies now available.
      Wednesday, June 14 at 10 a.m.
      “The Barber of Seville” and Turandot.” Two short film explore the music, history and characters of the world’s greatest operas.
    • CUBA: THE
      Thursday, June 15 at 7 p.m.
      Pamela Hunt will share her recent experiences in Cuba.
      July 29 All Day
      Tours, presentations, ice cream, kid’s craft and more!


    • 2nd Wednesday
      from 3 PM to 4:30 PM.
      "Paws to Read" with Maddy, a Golden Retriever and excellent listener, and her handler Carol
      Have Lunch, Will Travel
      @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
      *NEW* World Heritage Sites Film Series 4th Tuesdays at Noon.
      • Tuesday May 23
        Iguazu National Park, Brazil and Argentina; and Fraser Island,


    Children's Story Hours:

    • Tuesdays
      10:30-11:30am Pre SchoolStory Time
      for 3-5 year olds
    • Wednesdays
      • 1-2pm Pre-School Story Time
        for 3-5 Year Olds
      • Bedtime Story Hour
        6:30-7:30 p.m.
    • Thursdays
      10:30 -11am Toddler Time
    • Wolfeboro Public Library
      259 S Main St. 569-2428  

    Tuftonboro Free Library
    221 Middle Rd(Rt 109A) Ctr. Tuftonboro 569-4256
    Tuesday-Thursday 9-5:30
    Friday 9-6:30 Saturday 9-2
    Website &
    Story Time Info

    • New Book Group Starts in June!
      Wednesday, June 21st at 10:00 a.m. in the Hamel Meeting Room First Book:
      The Paris Wife by Paula McClain The remarkable novel about Ernest Hemingway's first marriage
    • Artist of the Month: J Frederick Foley - Primitive Art

      • Wednesday, June 28th at 7pm
        The Mapmaker's Wife: A True Tale of Love, Murder, and Survival in the Amazon by Robert Whitaker
    • Saturday Writers Group Contact:
      Tuftonboro Free Library, 569-4256
      10 am-Noon Most Saturdays

      Writers of Tuftonboro, convene! Join local author Phil Soletsky at our new hometown writers' group. Writers of all ages and in all genres are welcome. Bring samples of your work to share!

    • Pre-School Story Time
      Thursday mornings at 9:30-10:30am

    Gafney Library
    14 High St
    Gafney Library Website

    • Knight Moves Chess-Time.
      First Tuesday of the month
      4 to 5 p.m. and is open to all ages.
    • Daytime Storytime Jamborees, Twilight Tales (an evening family storytime), Tiny Tots Playgroup, Craft- Time and Make-It-And-Take- It Crafts are offered each month.
    • Home School Storytime third Tuesday of the month from 2 to 3 p.m. and is geared to area home schoolers from five to nine years old, but it is open to all.
    • TWILIGHT TALES - A family evening storytime, held on the 4th Thursday of the month from 6-6:45pm

      Pajamas and your favorite stuffed animal are welcome as stories, songs, and movement activities are shared.

    • "LEGO Club" second Tuesday of each month from 4 to 5 p.m. and is geared to school-age children but is open to all ages.
    • The library hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
      Closed Sunday and Monday.

    Gilman Library - Alton NH 100 Main St. Alton 875-2550 Website
    Closed Sundays & Mondays
    Tues & Thurs: 11am-7pm
    Weds & Fri 9a,-5pm
    Sat 9am-1pm

    • Wednesdays Storytime: 9:15am & 1:45pm
    • Thursdays Chess 6pm
    • Thursdays Pajama Storytime: 6-7pm
    • Fridays Storytime: either 9:15am or 1:45pm
      Check website for times

    New Durham Library
    2 Old Bay Road New Durham, NH 03855 Website


    Mondays- 12:00 PM
    Quilting Club

    Mondays 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    Computer Class for Seniors

    Tuesdays 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Cribbage Club

    Tuesdays 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    Trustees Meeting

    Thursdays 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Ossipee Library
    74 Main St, Center Ossipee, NH
    (603) 539-6390

    • Book Discussion
    • Story time Tuesdays 10:30-11:30am
    • Garden Club
    • Every other Thursdays
      12:00pm Quilting Group
    • Mondays 2:30pm Storytime
      5:00pm Friends Losing Inches and Pounds Sensibly
    • Artist of the Month:

    Effingham Library
    30 Townhouse Rd, Effingham

    • Writers’ Night, third Thursday of the month at 7pm

      For those who write – music, poetry, prose, fiction, non-fiction – and for those who enjoy listening.   Each month featured writers and musicians will be followed by an open-mic opportunity for others to share a piece of original writing or acoustic music (up to 5 minutes).  Enjoy light refreshments and conversation with other writers, musicians and artists.   The Writers’ Night is just one of many enriching community events taking place at the Effingham Public Library. For more information, contact: Katie McCarthy, 651-9796 or call the Library 539-1537.  The Library is located at 30 Townhouse Road, Effingham.

    • Story Time for Little Ones
      Fridays 10:30am  11:30am
    • Knit & Crochet Group
      Wednesdays 2pm  3pm
    • First Wednesday Movies
      6:30pm  8:30pm
    • Third Thurdsay
      Effingham Writers' Night 7 p.m. 539-7694.
    • Effingham History Project
      1:00pm - 2:30pm
      Monthly on the first Saturday

    Cook Memorial Library
    93 Main Street Tamworth
    Open Hours: Tues & Weds 10-8 Fri 10-5 Sat 10-4

    • Tuesdays 10:30 am-11:30 am
      Storytime for Preschoolers
    • Book sale on the first Saturday of each month, from 10 am to noon. New items are always being donated, so each sale is different!
    • Website

    Historical Societies:

    • Ossipee (NH) Historical Society facebook
      (603) 539-1002
      PO Box 245 Ossipee, NH 03864 email

      Historic Carroll County Courthouse on Route 171, a quarter mile east of Route 28.

    • Tuftonboro Historical Society -
      Melvin Village
      • For more information, call Sue Weeks at 544-2203 or Jackie Rollins at 544-3252.
    • The Sandwich Historical Society
      4 Maple St Sandwich, NH
      (603) 284-6269 Website Facebook
      officially opens all of its buildings for the summer season on Saturday, June 25.

      The Elisha Marston House Museum and Lower Corner Schoolhouse will be open 10 am - 4 pm.

      The Quimby Barn Transportation Museum and the Grange Hall will be open 10 am - 2 pm.
    • Wolfeboro Historical Society
      PO Box 1066, Wolfeboro.  Website
      • On 12 and 26 August at 10:00  meet the man in black at the Wolfeboro  train station for a walking tour of downtown Wolfeboro.  Find out where big hotels once stood and other information about the history of Wolfeboro.  There is not charge for this fun and entertaining tour.
      • Aug. 7 Dan Billin "Abolitionists of Noyes Academy" (NH humanities)

        In 1835, abolitionists opened one of the nation's first integrated schools in Canaan, NH, attracting eager African-American students from as far away as Boston, Providence, and New York City. Outraged community leaders responded by raising a mob that dragged the academy building off its foundation and ran the African-American students out of town. New Hampshire's first experiment in educational equality was brief, but it helped launch the public careers of a trio of extraordinary African-American leaders: Henry Highland Garnet, Alexander Crummell, and Thomas Sipkins Sidney. Dan Billin plumbs the depths of anti-abolitionist sentiment in early nineteenth-century New England, and the courage of three young friends destined for greatness.

        Raised in the Lakes Region, Dan Billin earned a BA in Communications from Brigham Young University. He worked as a newspaper reporter for the Valley News in Lebanon, New Hampshire for seventeen years. Billin's passion for history and nose for a story led him to uncover a wealth of detail about the shocking and largely forgotten tale of the birth and death of Noyes Academy.

        The event will take place at the community center, 22 Lehner St., at 7:00pm. Free refreshments will be served.

      • Sept. 11 Kathy Eaton "Old Camps on Wentworth & Winnipesaukee"

        Writer Kathy Eaton draws on her own family's experience in carrying on the legacy of their Winnipesaukee island home established in 1893. Sharing anecdotes crossing seven generations the program will prove both amusing and informative as she shares the camp's evolution from a couple with an only child to a family trust with 98 blood-line descendants and still growing.

        Kathy Eaton is a Wolfeboro resident who began her writing career with the Granite State News in 1974 following graduation from Suffolk University. She authored Remember When.A Collection of Old Photographs of Wolfeboro, NH in 1976 and co-founded The Laker newspaper in 1984 where she served as editor and primary writer until 2001. Kathy does public relations and marketing consultation through She and her husband also own the Wolfeboro Trolley Company.

        The event will take place at the community center, 22 Lehner St., at 7:00pm. Free refreshments will be served.

      • Oct. 2 Wolfeboro's First Settlers with Jim Rogers

        The Settlement of Wolfeboro passed through several phases before development finally stabilized. Early attempts inevitably failed. These are discussed as milestone timelines. The last phase prior to stabilization only partly met the conditions specified by the proprietors, but it codified the eventual distribution of a core piece of land conveyed to a set of seven families that we now refer to as the original settlers.

        The story is told from the viewpoint of the Lary/Rogers family. Mercy Rogers, the daughter of Lt. Charles Rogers, was the wife of Joseph Lary one of the seven families mentioned above. Mercy gave birth to Wolfebrough's firstborn child Eliza.

        Jim is a direct descendant of Lt. Charles Rogers who fought in the French & Indian War with Gen. Wolfe and was honored by King George.

        Jim Rogers was Corporate Director for Technology Integration at Allied Bendix Aerospace, Director of Engineering for SDC east coast operations and Director of Advanced Programs at Defense Systems Inc. He has served as President of the Wolfeboro Historical Society for the past eleven years. He is also a native son of Wolfeboro, born at Huggins Hospital on New Year's Day 1939.

        ?The event will take place at the community center, 22 Lehner St., at 7:00pm. Free refreshments will be served.
    • Wakefield- Brookfield Historical Society
      522-5332 website
      • Meets the second Tuesday of the Month from May - Oct at 7 p.m.
        at the Little Red Schoolhouse, 2851 Wakefield Road at Wakefield Corner.

    Civic Groups:

    • Harriman-Hale Unit 18
      American Legion Auxiliary
      142 Center St, Wolfeboro Facebook Page
    • Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce

      32 Central Ave, at the Railroad Station
      PO Box 547, Wolfeboro
      569-2200   Website

    Wolfeboro's Masonic and
    Eastern Star Organizations

    "Morning Star Lodge"

    • Public breakfast
      First Sunday of the Month
      7 to 11am at the Masonic Hall at 35 Trotting Track Road in Wolfeboro, across from the Nick.

      Buffet menu items include pancakes, bacon, sausage, home fries, scrambled eggs, breads, fresh fruit, cereal, milk, coffee, tea and juice. The cost is $8 for adults, $3 for children aged five to 12 and free for children four and under.

    Ossipee Valley & Carroll
    Masonic Lodges

    Located at the Ossipee Valley Lodge,  535 Route 25 East, Ossipee, NH (across from Abbott & Staples Gas)

          Phone:         (603)539-2403


    • Sunday Breakfast Buffet
      every 2nd & 4th Sunday

      7:30 - 11:00
      all you can eat breakfast buffet.
      $10.00 per person (children ages 6 to 12 $5.00, ages 5 and under free). All are welcome, come join us and support your community.

    Wolfeboro Lions Club

    PO Box 325 - Wolfeboro Website

    Lions Club Meets every second and fourth Tuesday at the Wolfeboro Inn

    Wolfeboro Rotary Club

    Wolfeboro Rotary Club
    Meetings: Monday 5:30pm at the
    Wolfeboro Inn 90 N Main St 1812 Room, Wolfeboro, NH 03894

    • Rotary Club is Open to all interested
    • Through Our Fundraising
      the Wolfeboro Rotary Club
      recently donated $25,000 to The Nick Recreational Area Endowment Fund and Contributed $1000 to help the victims of Hurricane Irene.
      Please support our rotary fundraisers!

    Wolfeboro Rotary Club

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    Clubs & Organizations:

    • Appalachian Mountain Teen Project

      85 Bay St. Wolfeboro 569-5510

    • Back Bay Protection Association

      (781) 354-8664.

    Active Older Adults Hiking Club
    Aug 16
    Evans Notch, Conant Trail
    Easy-Moderate, led by Dick Ayers
    meet at McDonald's on Route 25W in Ossipee, 8:45 a.m

    Moosilauke via Carriage Road & George Brook Trail - Difficult

    meet at Heath's Market
    Center Harbor, 8 a.m.

    Carroll County Farm Bureau
    Wolfeboro, NH
    Facebook Page

    We are a membership organization dedicated to advocating for & educating the public about agriculture. Get involved in Carroll County, NH chapter!

    Mission: To translate sustainability education into local action that is practical, effective, and fun.

      Green Mountain Conservation Group

      • Kingswood Youth Center
        565 Center St. Wolfeboro
        • The Youth Center is open to 7th through 12th grade students in the Governor Wentworth Regional School District. After school programs run Monday through Thursday from 2:30 to 5:00 PM. Students are transported to and from the Center via GWRSD buses or may be dropped off and picked up by a parent.
      • Ladies of the Lakes Quilters' Guild

        The Quilters meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Congregational Church in Wolfeboro. Quilters of all skill levels are welcome. or call President Laurel Beaudreau, 859-1727.

      • Lakes Region Conservation Trust (LRCT)
      • Lakes Region Newcomers Club
        Anyone interested in joining are welcome. Website or 941-4880

        • Prospective members and current members are encouraged to join us for breakfast on the first Friday of each month starting at 8:30 a.m. at the Wolfeboro Inn.

          The First Friday Breakfasts give newcomers a chance to meet many members personally and learn about upcoming activities. This hot and cold breakfast buffet costs $12. No reservations are required.

      • Lakes Region Photography Club

        Monday Meetings 7pm at All Saints Episcopal Church, 258 S. Main St. Wolfeboro. Open to the Public - better your composition, formatting, framing and more.

      Meals on Wheels 515-2043
      Serving Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro, Brookfield

      • non-profit organization, which provides home delivered meals to the elderly and disabled.  The meals are delivered daily, M-F, by volunteer drivers.  Our program is not federally funded, andrelies solely on private donations, grants, and town appropriations.  The Wolfeboro Area Meals on Wheels program is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and staffed with a Coordinator and a Program Assistant.  We welcome you to continue to check our site for new updates about our organization and the cause we are supporting.

      • Moose Mountain Regional Greenways
        • Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) and the Acton Wakefield Watersheds Alliance (AWWA)
      • Ossipee Garden Club


      • Ossipee Mountains Habitat for Humanity
        P.O. Box 81 Wolfeboro Falls, NH 03896
        (603) 569-5664 Mon-Thurs 8am-3pm Website

        Ossipee Mountains Habitat for Humanity (OMHFH) serves in central New Hampshire. For more than 20 years we have been building new affordable, safe homes for families. We are currently building our 12th new home.

        Our offices are based in Wolfeboro, but our Partner Families reside in Tamworth, Ossipee, Wolfeboro, and now East Wakefield.

        Our volunteers are both local people and those who visit the vast array of lakes in the area, including Lake Winnipesaukee. Seasonal people who volunteer often help other Habitats during their season away from NH.

      Tuftonboro Hikers Club
      President Maria Coussens at (603) 301-118

      • Bi-Monthly Meeting
      • The Hikers are always looking for new members: women who are interested in developing new friendships and helping with projects that help our community. For more information, call President Maria Coussens at (603) 301-1188.
      • Weight Watchers Club 800-651-6000 

        Meetings Every Tuesday 
        All Saints Episcopal Church, 258 S. Main St.

      • Wolfeboro Garden Club
        Sept-June meeting & presentation
        12:30pm at All Saints Episcopal Church,
        258 S. Main St. Wolfeboro Website

      Winnipesaukee Beekeepers Association
      Meetings first Thursday of the month
      6:30-8:30pm at
      Tuftonboro Town House
      247 Middle Road, Tuftonboro

      Facebook Page

      Wolfeboro Community Food Cooperative
      The store will be open to the public as well as to the increasing membership, and will be located at 50 Bay St. in Wolfeboro.
      Facebook Page

      • We are a local, natural and organic food co-op working to open a full service, member-owned storefront, serving the people of Wolfeboro and the surrounding communities.

        When you become a member of the Co-op , with a one-time membership fee, you will be supporting the local economy, area family farms and small-scale producers. Your investment helps create and support a member-owned storefront and will enable us to provide a community-conscious business that meets your needs.

        The Coop is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our community by bringing fresh and natural foods (and health/wellness products) to your homes.

        For more information and to get involved, go to

        Wolfeboro Senior Center  & Meals
        @ All Saints Episcopal Church
        258 S Main St. Wolfeboro

        PO Box 91 Wolfeboro, NH 03894

        No Meetings in July-August
        Monday, Wednesday & Friday
        10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

        The center welcomes all seniors from the Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro and Brookfield area

        Area seniors get together with others for a variety of educational programs, health and wellness classes, arts & crafts, recreational activities, and to enjoy nutritional noon time meals.

        • Mondays:
          • 10 am Bingo 10am Yoga (free) 11:30 Chair yoga (free)
            1 pm watercolor paint- $10/dy
            1:30 Bridge
        • Wednesdays:
          • 10 am Whist 10:30 Tai Chi $24/prepay-$8/dy
            11:45 Laughter Yoga $5/dy
            noon Lunch
            1:15pm Line Dancing- $5/class (no class 3rd Wed of Mo)
            1:30 knitters club
        • Friday:
          • 10 am Bingo
            noon lunch
        Lunch is served each day at noon.
        For those who are 55 and over, there is a $3.00 suggested donation for your meal. For all others, the suggested donation is $5.

        Find Us on Facebook

      • The Wolfeboro Senior Citizens Club
        "young-at-heart" 50 and over citizens

        Older residents are invited (men and women) to come to one of the monthly meetings on the third Wednesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. held at the Episcopal Church next to Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro. (except July and August) Dues are $12/year.

        Entertainment and refreshments provided at each meeting.

        The club also sponsors a spring and Christmas luncheon at an outside facility for a nominal cost $12-$15/person with the club providing for any additional cost.

        The club is planning trips to different venues such as Indian Head in Lincoln the Stoneham Theatre or the Ogunquit Playhouse. These trips cost $70/person and include lunch at an area restaurant such as Warrens Seafood or The Danvers Port Yacht Club, tickets for the show and transportation. They need new members to add new life to the club as well as new ideas and programs.

      • Wolfeboro Photography Club

        Photography Club: Meets the first and third Mondays of the month at All Saints Church, 258South Main St. Wolfeboro at 7 p.m.

        Anyone, regardless of experience, who would like to learn good composition, formatting, and framing in an enjoyable atmosphere is welcome to attend. For information, contact Russ Schundler at or 908-723-2162.

      • Wolfeboro Stamp Club

        Meeting First Thursday of the Month at 6-8pm Jan-Nov
        All Saints Episcopal Church
        258 S. Main St, More info Call Warren Gould 569-8678.

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