5th Annual Amherst Candidates Night – Wednesday, February 22nd

Wednesday, February 22 at the Amherst Town Hall upstairs in the Barbara Landry Room starting at 7 pm hosted by Southern NH Branch of AAUW.

School Vacation Week Activities at the Amherst Town Library

Don’t sit around bored during school vacation week. The children’s room at the library has a lot planned!  We’ll be having a Winter Vacation in the Tropics.

Milford Area Players Present: Love, Sex and the IRS

Staged by the Milford Area Players at Milford's Amato Center for two weekends, March 10-19, with shows Fridays and Saturdays

Trio D’amis In Concert: The Agony And The Ecstasy

At the Library’s "Sundays at 4" performance, Trio D’Amis will present with fury and passion a tour de force program – New Date: March 26


The Amherst Supervisors of the Checklist will be in session at the Town Clerk’s Office at the Amherst Town Hall on March 4,

2017. New voter registrations, additions and corrections to the checklist, and party changes may be made at this session.

Symphony NH Performs Brahms and Tchaikovsky

Music Director Jonathan McPhee praises  Sergey Antonov for “his ability to reach into the audience and move every individual."

Amherst Garden Club Welcomes Guest Speakers

Bill and Teresa Holt, owners and operators of Willow Mist Grasses in Stratham will join us with two presentations, Thursday, March 2

Free Community Supper at Congregational Church of Amherst, UCC

Thursdays Apr 6, Jun 1, Oct 5, Dec 7 from 5:30 to 6:30pm

Meet new friends and enjoy a tasty meal! Our mission is to provide healthy food and friendship. All are welcome!.

Puppet Showplace Brings Tales of New England

Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College continues its Saturday morning family show with "Puppet Showplace Theater".

Nashua Chamber Orchestra: Mozart & Tchaikovsky

Conductor David Feltner presents NCO's winter concert, Sat., Feb. 25, Nashua and Sun, Feb. 26, Milford, featuring pianist, Maxine Park.

AMS Art on Display

Sarah Hydorn with a collage of AMS student art

AMHERST – The Young Adult area of the Amherst Town Library is full of color thanks to the creativity of our middle school students. Sarah Hydorn, Head of Children’s Services at the Amherst Town Library looks over what the eighth-grade artists contributed, as they manipulated photographic images in dynamic and colorful ways to produce the 8th Grade Pop-Art Selfie Project .

This group project is fascinating to look at, in the way it reveals the personalities of the contributing students.  Individual artworks by Paige Colby and Aiden Brenner are also on display.  Come on down to the library and take a look!  Current works will be displayed through the month of February, with other middle-school artists highlighted during the month of March.


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