The Franklin Town Crier published the week of October 16, 2022

Posted: 10/14/2022 09:38:01

Harvest lunch

■Harvest lunch at the TRIP Center on October 19, meeting at 10 am. Enjoy a harvest feast of hearty beef stew, bread roll and seasonal dessert, prepared in Nancy’s cooking class. Harvest-themed stories will follow lunch.

■ As you drive around Franklin, enjoy the scarecrows that will be sprouting in support of the Parks & Recreation sponsored scarecrow contest. They will be on display until November 3, when the winners will be chosen.

■Oct. 22 will be a full day of family fun with three great community events. It starts at the TRIP Center with the annual Community Halloween Party for kids 12 and under, from 2-3:30 p.m. Then, a costume parade downtown to visit local businesses, ending on St. Central where there will be Trunk or Treat until 5 p.m. Other fun activities also await you.

■Still downtown, on October 22, the annual Soupfest takes place at Parc Marceau from 2 to 5 p.m. Taste delicious homemade soups and vote for your favourite. End the day with Octoberfest at the Veterans Memorial Recreation Area (ski area), Flaghole Road, from 3-10 p.m. Four live bands, great food prepared by the Elks, garden games, music and a Kettlehead beer garden.

■The Rotary Club of Franklin meets at the Episcopal Mission at 237 Central St. (next to Cumberland Farms) every Wednesday at noon. Contact [email protected] for more information. Visit www.facebook.com/FranklinNHRotaryClub for speaker information.

■Franklin School Board meets October 17 at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria of Franklin High School.

■ Made to order breakfast presented at The Masons, 58 So. Main St., Oct. 16, 7-10 a.m. Take advantage of the indoor garage sale while you wait for your delicious breakfast.

■ Monstersongs tickets are on sale at Franklinoperahouse.org for performances October 27-30, presented by the Franklin Footlight Theater. This unique theatrical event is a chilling and inventive musical experience. It places audiences in a synthesized world of graphic novels, rock musicals, live performances and new technology. Reserved seat. Call (603) 934-1901 or visit the website to purchase tickets.

JUDITH ACKERSON

369-0574

[email protected]

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