NH's distinctive barns are as much a part of our landscape as stone walls and sugar maples. A free, public program held April 10.
Presented by Symphony NH and the Nashua Community Concert Association as well as the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Learn how to grow an edible garden in the morning meeting, and creating Edible Landscapes in the evening.
The Amherst Lions Club's annual pancake breakfast, held Sunday, April 9th, 8 am-noon, at Wilkins Elementary School
Join AJWC for its annual Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 8, 10 a.m. on the Amherst Town Common. Bring your baskets and wear your Easter bonnets! This event is free and aimed at kids in 1st-4th grade. Peanut Free options available for families who need them.
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The APRIL 2017 issue will post Tuesday, April 4th.
Be Part of the Magic that is Oz! April 20-23
The Amherst PTA presents its 65th production, The Wizard of Oz on April 20-23. Come and be part of the wonder and the magic that is story of Dorothy, her 3 wonderful friends, and the Emerald City with the Wonderful Wizard himself, in the merry old land of Oz. The cast and crew of more than 90 began rehearsals on January and are well on their way to performing a magical rendition of this renowned classic.
The Woman’s Association of the Congregational Church of Amherst, UCC, holds its Springl Rummage Sale April 28
SHS Music’s London/Paris Send-Off Concert Scheduled for April 11. They leave for an 8-day performance tour April 20.
The first state-wide effort of The Campaign to Change Direction, a national initiative to change the culture of mental health in America, will be held April 17th at the Amherst Middle School cafetorium 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Join with the Friends of the Amherst Library and the Amherst Garden Club on Monday, May 1st as we celebrate spring at this annual festival of fine art and fresh flowers.
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