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Say You Saw it in The Monadnock Shopper News, October 15 – October 21, 2014
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Ukulele & Harmonica Lessons Offered
Gift Certificates Available
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The first person to answer the question correctly at 9 a.m. or after on Friday
will receive a $10 Gift Certificate from the Marco Polo Gardens. Call The
Monadnock Shopper News, West Street in Keene, at 603-352-5296. You may
win only one contest every three months. No
walk-ins, please.
ALL PAPER STRIPS
6:30 EARLY BIRD
$50 REGULAR GAMES
Cover All - $1000 and up
Snack Bar by Ladies Auxiliary
“Hall Rentals Available”
(Prepared by the Historical Society of Cheshire County)
The winner of last week’s Mystery Photo
contest was Mike Neylan of Roxbury. The
brook was of the Roxbury school house.
459 WINCHESTER ST., KEENE, NH 357-0149
Adult Midweek Getaway Planned
At Inn At East Hill Farm
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Stop in and check out our
great selection of costumes
for kids & adults, or find
the perfect pieces to make
your own unique costume!
The Inn at East Hill Farm in Troy
is hosting an adult midweek getaway
October 26th through 31st.
There will be several classes during
the week including a 3D needle felting
class, genealogy workshop, tai chi, as
well as culinary craft, a discussion titled
The Geology and Sociology of Grand
Monadnock, book club, and a makeup
Store Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10 am - 5 pm
Donation Hours: Tues. - Sat. 11 am - 4 pm
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application and techniques workshop.
Guests may stay for the week or
come for individual workshops.
The Inn at East Hill Farm, in business since 1946, is a year-round family vacation destination. For more
details, call 800-242-6495, or e-mail:
mailto:[email protected] or visit
www.east-hill-farm.com.
Rocky Horror Halloween Event For MONIFF
A Rocky Horror Halloween Event to
benefit MONIFF (Monadnock International Film Festival) will be held in
Peterborough on Friday, October 31st at
the Peterborough Community Theatre
at 6 School Street.
This event includes a Halloween
party that starts at 9:30 p.m. at Marzano’s Trattoria next door that includes
festive eats and a cash bar. The film
begins at 11 p.m.
In keeping with its reputation for
late night screenings, audience members are encouraged to dress up as
main characters (portrayed by actors
Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, and Barry
Bostwick). Costumes are not necessary,
but prizes will be awarded. Prop bags
will be provided for use during certain
scenes in the film and include water
pistols, toilet paper, party hats, noisemakers, rice, toast, etc.
Tickets are $15 per person and
include pre-film party, prop bag, and
admission. Tickets can be purchased online at www.moniff.org. There will be
limited tickets available at the door.
For details on how to use the items,
visit www.rockyhorror.com/participation/proplist.php.
New England Cellar Holes Presentation In
Swanzey Wednesday, October 22nd
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The Swanzey Open Space Committee has received a grant from the
New Hampshire Humanities Council
to present, “A Walk Back in Time: the
Secrets of Cellar Holes,” on Wednesday,
October 22nd at 7 p.m. at the Swanzey
Town Hall. The program is free and
open to the public.
Adair Mulligan will lead a public
discussion on old New England cellar
holes, which today often appear in the
midst of forested land. These cellar
holes are reminders of the people who
once lived and farmed our woods.
Anyone hiking into the woods will
often come upon such a hole and wonder who lived there and why they left.
Registration is suggested.
For more details or to register, call
603-352-3995 or e-mail: [email protected]
myfairpoint.net.
October 24th
The Place To Eat
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Mon.-Sat. 11 am-9 pm, Sun. 11 am-4 pm
October 31st
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Originals, Folk & Pop Covers
November 7th
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Eclectic Mix with Judy Blake, Danny
Solomon & Kenny Hamshaw
Join us for these October events!
PUMPKINS & HAYRIDES: Saturday, Oct. 18, 10 am to 1pm
UDDER MADNESS ROAD RACE: Saturday, Oct. 25, 9 am to 1 pm
HALLOWEEN ON THE FARM: Sunday, October 26., 3 pm to 6
242 Chesterfield Road, Keene, NH. stonewallfarm.org