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To your right you’ll notice the two weber grilling stations with bluestone pads that allow you to grill delicious burgers and still take in views of boat traffic and swimmers out on the water.
Just down the slope towards the beach a beautiful, four-season hot tub awaits.
The annual author luncheon will be on Monday, September 25 at Bald Peak, and this year’s speaker will be New Hampshire poet laureate Alice B. However, we have two guest authors coming to read their children books this week.
On Tuesday, August 15, Karen Jacobs joins us at p.m.
Mostly in their early 20, the "girls" eventually represented about 75 percent of the textile mill workforce.
Despite their harsh working conditions, they were able to earn their own living and were no longer entirely dependent on men for their livelihood. The Summer Reading Program is winding down, and reading logs will be due on Friday, August 11.
Dan Szczesny is a journalist and author living in New Hampshire, and is the author of “The Adventures of Buffalo and Tough Cookie,” and “The Nepal Chronicles, both available at the library.
My staff offers a variety of services such as Art Therapy, Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR and Group Therapy.""Psychiatrists focus on outpatient psychopharmacology managing psychiatric medications.
All prescribers work closely and in conjunction with psychologists and therapists to coordinate care and resolve psychological symptoms.
to read from her books, which will be available for sale.
Author Peter Mc Cleery joins us with his new children’s picture book, “Bob and Joss Get Lost,” on Thursday, August 17 at p.m.