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July 2, 2014--JOURNAL OPINION--Page 9 00Dining & Entertainment00 NH adds Plymouth What's going on. At tA te library Bath Public Library BATH--The Bath Public Library will be presenting week #3 of the 2014 summer reading program and the second big truck day and ice cream social on July 8 at 10:30 a.m. at the Bath Village School. Have you ever wanted to climb aboard a road grader, explore a dump truck, or honk the horn of a fire engine? These opportunities and more await children of all ages at this event, which will feature dump trucks, heavy equipment and police and fire vehicles. Children can look at, sit in, touch and even honk the horns on the vehicles. Someone will be stationed at each vehicle to educate visitors about the vehicle. Also, there will be ice cream treats and the opportunity to win several door prizes for attending. There also will be time to play on the schools extensive playground equipment. This program is free of charge. For more information, call (603)747-3372. Blake Memorial Library EAST CORINTH--Building on the success of the photo contests held by the Blake Memorial Library of the past two summers, there will be another photo contest this summer. This year, in recognition of Corinth's 250 ' anniversary, the library is asking photographers to send in their very best shot of Corinth. Entries are limited to one per person and should be emailed to imagesofcorinth@gmail.com by July 11. The photos selected will be printed, framed and exhibited at Towle Hill Studio during Old Home Day Weekend on Aug. 16 and 17. They will also be sold for the benefit of the library, which will reserve the right to reproduce photos and use them for publicity purposes. The best of the best will be recognized with People's Choice Awards. On July 10 at 10 a.m., the Traveling Storyteller is coming to town to present a one-of-a-kind puppetry performance of"The Three Pigs." Come find out what happens when three city pigs move out to the country to start a new life, only to find that Mayor Webster D. Wolfe has plans to make the new "porky" residents part of his dinner menu. For more information, call (802)439-5338. Bradford Public Library BRADFORD--Programs at the Bradford Public Library are free and open to the public. On July 2 from 4 to 6 p.m., the poetry circle will focus on the "Beat" poets. On July 15 from 1 to 3 p.m,, Judith will present a basic scrapbooking program at the library. ring photos, ideas, creativity, paper and embellishments to work with or swap. Some supplies will be provided and everyone who participates will have a page to take home. On several Wednesdays in July, the library and the Summer Street Music Series will be collaborating to feature the homegrown talent of local musicians with a series of performances at the library. For fans of these musicians or music lovers who are curious to know more, the library is extending an invitation to come listen to songwriter and vocalist Hunter Paye on July 16, Boo Blodgett playing guitar and harmonica on July 23 and singer-songwriter Swayne Benjamin on July 30. All the performances are held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the library. For more information, call (802)222-4536. Serving Homemade Breakfasts and Signature Sandwiches Fairlee Public Library FAIRLEE--On July 4, the Fairlee Public Library will be closed. Have a happy 4 th of July! Cribbage night will be held at the library on July 8 at 7 p.m. Move night will be on July 11 at 7 p.m. The dinosaurs have taken over the park in this 90s movie, which is rated PG- 13. For more information on any of the library's programs, call Hannah Tracy at (802)333-4716. Groton Free Public Library GROTON--4)n July 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Groton Free Public Library will be having its Friends of the Library book sale at the Groton Growers Farmers Market on the green in front of the town hall. Books will be offered for sale by donation by featured authors Mary Higgins Clark and Tom Clancy, as well as lots of summer beach paperbacks. Many gardening books will also be offered for sale. On July 17 from 9 a.m. to noon, come to the library for "Tape, Paper, Circuits: E-Origami." Did you know you can build circuits with paper and conductive tape or turn a paper fold into a switch? Children who are age 10 and older and interested adults are invited to learn how to make origami, greeting cards, books, and anything made of paper glow. Children age nine and younger are invited if accompanied by an adult. To sign up, call the library. The crafts and conversation group meets at the library every Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. Join the group with ideas and proj ects-in-process or just come for the conversation. All of the library's programs are free and open to the public. For more information, call (802)584-3358. TOASTMASTERS MEETING WHITE RIVER JUNCTIONOn the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 6 to 8 p.m., the Toast of the Valley meets at the VA Medical Center to help people practice public speaking and give them encouragement to become confident speakers. For information, call (802)376- 8718. FARMERS MARKET GROTON-The growers' market is held every Saturday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the lawn of the community building on Route 302. Some of the items for sale include local vegetables, fruits, Vermont cheese, honey, maple syrup, eggs, poultry, breads, pies, cookies,jams, totes, crafts, peanut brittle, lotion and more. fiiiiiiii .... WARREN OLD HOME DAY ! ff " " II Billbdly lioedown July ! ! through July ! 3 WARREN, NH FRIDAY, JULY 11 TM 4:30-6:30 pm CHICKEN BBQ (Warren Fire Dept. - Behind School) 6-8 pm OPEN MIC SESSION Hosted by Sky King 8 pm Midnight for Sky King Band 9 pm FIREWORKS (behind the school/church) Saturday, July 12 t" 7 am Kyle Mooney Prouty Virtual 50th Annual Antique Auto Show Sunday, July 13, 2014 Located on Orford's Historic Green Orford, NH Cars up to 1978 Sponsored by the Twin State Early Ford V-8 Club Spectator Donation $3 per person Show Car Registration $10 Food Concession catered by the Masonic Association For more information, contact Paul Sargent, 802-333-9732 or Dave Smith 802-785-2006 f One-Stop Shopping For All " ,iii Your Barbecuing & i  Cookout Needs! from aes to redents to et egsJ FRESH MADE HAMBURG PATTIES Fresh Meat Products :ii By the Pound or By the Box! Beer & Wine Meat Marinades Check Out Our Dell and "Deeply touching... Jay Craven's most polished film." - Times Argus (at Fish Hatchery) Order Pizm to Go! (kitchen on the corner) ................. 11 am Parade Theme "Hillbilly Hoedown" NORTflERN Sanford Memorial Field 12 noon-4pm Quilt Display " " BORDERS at the United Warren Methodist Church M. No;;H;,hI41tl NH 12 noon-3 pm Lobster Feast hosted by the WWAS J Based on the Novel by (in front of the school) A1 IIOWAPd) FRANK MOSItER 12 Noon ATV Poker Run Wrl 1:30 pm Tae Kwon Do Demonstration (on the Common) 2:30 pm Horseshoe Competition (next to the Town Hall) 3 pm Kids Watermelon Eating Contest (located at the Kids Corner) 3:30-7:30 pm Red Hat Band 8 pm to Midnight Highway 5 Sunday, July 13 th 7 am Masonic Pancake Breakfast (Masonic Hall next to the store) 8 am Fishing Derby hosted by the Warren Fire Dept. (at Warren Fish Hatchery) 10 am United Warren Methodist Church service (on the Common) 12 noon Kiddie Parade, theme "Hillybilly Hoedown" (on the tennis court) 12:15 pm Granite Bench Dedication in memory of Nelson Kennedy Jr. 12:30-4:30 pm Crunchy Western benefit Warren ( WED, JULY 2 22 JUMP STREET THU, JULY 3 i DOUBLE FEATURE I TRANSFORMERS 4 PG-13 22 JUMP STREET R FRI-SAT-SUN JULY 4-5-6 I DOUBLE FEATURE J TRANSFORMERS 4 PG-13 100 TOWN TOUR! With Special Guest: JAY CRAVEN SATURDAY, JULY 19 NEWBURY SCHOOL SUNDAY, JULY 20 BLUE MTN. UNION SCHOOL WELLS RIVER EDGE OF TOMORROW Open on July 4, 2014.Ior Lunch and Dinner Wood Roasted Half Chicken PG-13 MON-TUE, JULY 7-8 TRANSFORMERS 4 First Movie Starts at Dusk Starring BRUCE DERN and GENEVIFVE BUJOLD SHOWTIMES: 7:30PM Tickets at the door: $12 adults; $10 seniors; $5 students energy forum PLYMOUTH--The New Hampshire Office of Energy Planning has added an additional public forum in Ply- mouth to gauge public input on the state's proposed draft energy strat- egy. The document has been under development for approximately a year as the NH OEP and the newly created Energy Advisory Council. The meeting will be held at Hyde Hall at Plymouth State University on July 8 at 6 p.m. The building is lo- cated on Langdon Street between High Street and Merrill Street. NH OEP expects to finalize the statewide energy strategy by this fall. Public comments on the draft strat- egy may be submitted until July 25. RNYARD000000!UILTI WE HAVE JOINED ONLINE SHOP HOP'S Row by Row Experience 2014 which is in 20 states across the U.S. For details, check out our website! 232 Rte. 5N, Fairlee, 802-333-3566 www.barnyardquilting.com HAPPY, HOUR eeaturing "-1 Daily Lunch  Dinner Specials.esh Seafood, Hand Cut steaks . b Menu . Salad Bar , dren's Menu Lobster Salad Roll $| With Fries and Coleslaw u, Thursday Night Special $14 2),, Beer Battered Fried Haddock v-- Choice of Potato and Salad I Y0ur Choice Every Sunday for $|0 Roast Tom Turkey, Pot Roast or Baked Haddock Choice of Potato, Butternut Squash, Coffee and Dessert atevaerr e0= aqet l:lii Arb r A/Ske map East Corinth Congregational Church's   .... 68th Annual 4 TM of July  i ....  , .... CHICKEN , ' BARBECUE '  Friday, July 4, 2014  .:.. 10 AM: 24TH ANNUAL PARADE |.. , Parade Theme: "Corinth's 250th" .  Float Entries, gather for parade at 9 AM   , at upper end of village , .. 11 AM: CHICKEN BARBECUE   Sitdown or Takeout  . Half Chicken, Coleslaw, Mostaccioli, Rolls, . .. Homemade Pies, Beverage . : Adults $10, Children $6  $ Takeout Chicken Halves $6 .  11 AM-1:30 PM: Silent Auction , i Also, Live Music by Jeanne and the Hi-Tops  i Children's Games, Facepainting, Little League i . Home Run Derby, Fire Department Demos, $ g Bounce House!  T j BREAKFAST: 7:00 -11:00 AM / LUNCH: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM We use the freshest, most wholesome, local ingredients featuring Windy Ridge produce, Angela's Artesian Breads, Hatchland milk, Pete and Berry's eggs and local maple syrup! Come enjoy our inspiring view, relaxing nature trails and entertaining playground. (603) 787-6377 Route 1 1 6, Benton Rd. North Haverhill, NH www.windyridgeorchard.com TillS WEEK'S SPECIALS Red, White andBlueberry Insalata Local Strawberries, Vermont Goat Cheese, Blueberries, Mixed Local Field Greens. Red Onions, Spicy Oven Walnuts and Slack Farm Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette. Sweet Garlic BBQ Sauce, Vermont Mozzarella, Local Farm Beef, Caramelized Onions, Wood Roasted Mushrooms,Vermont Cheddar. Live Music Thursday lUly 3, 2014