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Date Event
May. 1, 2016
to May. 31, 2016
MAY IS INFANT AND TODDLER MONTH AT TRIFP
May. 2, 2016
to May. 14, 2016
UPCOMING RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVES
May. 4, 2016 ELECTRONIC SERVICES WORKSHOP HOSTED BY FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
May. 6, 2016 DEADLINE TO SIGN UP FOR PINES CC YARD SALE
May. 7, 2016 BOW WOW FEST TO BENEFIT NH HUMANE SOCIETY
May. 8, 2016 MOTHER'S DAY BREAKFAST AT AMERICAN LEGION
May. 9, 2016
to May. 14, 2016
HALL MEMORIAL LIBRARY BOOK SALE
May. 10, 2016 FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK'S HOME BUYER'S SEMINAR
May. 14, 2016 PAUL SMITH SCHOOL HERO HUSTLE
May. 14, 2016 FLAPJACK FUNDRAISER FOR TILTON SENIOR CENTER
May. 14, 2016 JEEP RIDE TO BENEFIT PUBMANIA TEAM
May. 14, 2016 12TH ANNUAL FRANKLIN COMMUNITY DAY
May. 15, 2016 T/N ROTARY FISHING DERBY
May. 18, 2016 FRANKLIN VNA & HOSPICE GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP
May. 18, 2016 LIVING WELL WORKSHOP IN FRANKLIN AND GILFORD
May. 19, 2016
to May. 21, 2016
MEREDITH PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOK SALE
May. 21, 2016 MEALS ON WHEELS WALK-A-THON IN CONCORD
May. 21, 2016 ELECTRONIC SERVICES WORKSHOP HOSTED BY FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
May. 22, 2016 MISS AMAZING PAGAENT IN LACONIA
May. 23, 2016 FRANKLIN BPW SCHOLARSHIP
May. 25, 2016 BIP BOPPITY BOUTIQUE OFFERING FREE PROM WEAR
May. 29, 2016 FRANKLIN ANIMAL SHELTER'S 3RD ANNUAL 5K RACE/WALK
Jun. 2, 2016 CPR CLASS AT LRGH
Jun. 4, 2016 PAPER SHREDDING EVENT AT FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
Jun. 8, 2016 FRANKLIN SAVINGS TO HOST JOB FAIR
Jun. 9, 2016
to Jun. 12, 2016
FRANKLIN DISTRICT-WIDE MUSICAL 'CINDERELLA'
Jul. 1, 2016 FSB FUND FOR COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT
Jul. 10, 2016 TEMPLE B'NAI ISRAEL FOOD FESTIVAL IN LACONIA
Jul. 18, 2016 ELTON JOHN TRIBUTE BAND IN NEW HAMPTON
Aug. 6, 2016 4TH ANNUAL CANCER FUNDRAISER AT FRANKLIN ELKS
Dec. 14, 2016 RECORD YEAR FOR MIX CASH AND CANS
Dec. 31, 2016 FRANKLIN ELKS BINGO


Ongoing...


Story time at the Library

For children and their caregivers, we have story time at the Library, every Thursday and Saturday at 9:30 AM. Come and listen to some stories from our large picture book collection, then make a fun craft project. All ages are welcome to attend and there is no signup needed. The Franklin Public Library welcomes those from other towns and visitors from other places to check out what we have to offer.

Need a helping hand

Let's not forget our friends and neighbors who need a helping hand. The Twin Rivers Interfaith Food Pantry is always in need of contributions. Your help is needed and greatly appreciated. Send monetary donations to Twin Rivers Interfaith Food Pantry, PO Box 184, Franklin, NH 03235. Or drop off any type of food donation to 237 Central Street, the old St. Jude‘s Church, in Downtown Franklin, Tuesday & Thursday 9am-11:30am or Wednesdays from 5-7pm. Call the food pantry at 934-2662 or Esther at 286-8110. Twin Rivers Interfaith Food Pantry serves the towns of Franklin, Tilton, Northfield, Sanbornton, Hill, Andover, Salisbury and Danbury.

Special Olympics New Hampshire Recycle For Gold Program

The Special Olympics New Hampshire Recycle For Gold Program is back! You can support SONH athletes by donating your unwanted vehicle to Car World. Call 1-800-639-2608, extension 29 for more information.

Angel of Change

Immediate opening for position of ‘Angel of Change‘. Must be kind, generous, and enjoy helping others. Benefits include making a difference in the lives of people living with disabilities. Do you have what it takes to be an ‘Angel of Change‘? For more information visitEasterSealsNH.com!


Donate blood

Donate blood at an American Red Cross Bloodmobile event. If you‘re at least 17 years of age (or 16 with a parent‘s consent) and in good health, you can give blood. For more information on the next blood drive in your area, call 1-800-RED-CROSS or log on at www.redcrossblood.org.

Help a deserving child

Do you have a place in your heart & home to help a deserving child? Spaulding Youth Center seeks caring individuals in the greater Merrimack & Belknap counties area who are interested in becoming foster parents. Call Carol Sanborn at 286-8901, extension 212 or visit www.spauldingyouthcenter.org The Concord Area Red Cross holds a number of courses each month, including adult, child and infant CPR; Water Safety; First Aid, Babysitting Instruction and more. For more information call 225-6697.

Red Cross Courses

The Concord Area Red Cross holds a number of courses each month, including adult, child and infant CPR; Water Safety; First Aid, Babysitting Instruction and more. For more information call 225-6697.


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