Come join Epsom Bible
Church at our Annual Trunk or Treat event, Halloween night from
5:30-7:00PM. Candy, hot chocolate, and fun. Did I mention candy?
Tailgaters will have cars set up for fun and games for small
visitors. Come show off your costumes, and, well, get some candy. If
you would like to participate by decorating your car please contact
the church at 736-9354.
Benefit Concert for
“Breast Cancer Awareness” on Saturday, November 4th at 7pm.
Evergreen Lodge #53 (Odd Fellows Hall), 1198 Short Falls Road,
Epsom, NH. Donations gratefully accepted. Featuring Walter George
and Friends Bluegrass/Country Band. Also, Jimbo Pero and Jim Pero.
Refreshments provided. For information call Gary or Vickie at
On Wednesday, November 1
at 1:30, the Epsom Public Library will show the film, “The Hunter’s
Prayer.” Sam Worthington stars as an assassin hired to kill a
young woman. When he can’t bring himself to pull the trigger,
his plan unravels. He and his target are marked for death and
are pursued across Europe resulting in a twisted game of cat and
mouse. This movie is rated R for violence, drug use and
Youth Events At The Epsom Public Library
Epsom Public Library
Preschool Movie & Halloween Fun on Tuesday, October 31st 1:30 pm.
Come join us for the Children’s movie “Room on the Broom” rated G
and some Halloween treats! Children may wear their costumes!
Story Times: Mondays
10am, Tuesdays 1:30pm, and Thursdays, 3:30pm. Children and their
caregivers listen to stories, sings songs and enjoy crafts. October
themes include pumpkins, spiders, and Halloween.
Toddler Time: Wednesday
10am. Children and the caregivers enjoy stories, songs, movement
activities and simple crafts.
Lego Club: Thursdays at
3:30pm Plan to join the fun and build with the libraries large
collection of legos.
Epsom Food Pantry
Another busy week at the
Pantry. For you folks who are not on Facebook, our Food Pantry
manager, Ken Brown, had an accident which left him with a broken
leg, so he will be out of commission for a bit. Let’s all wish him a
speedy recovery and back at the helm of the Pantry. In the meantime,
we shall carry on as usual.
Norm Yeaton has stepped
forward and will be available when needed. We had a generous
gift from The Benevity Community Impact Fund. Thank you so much.
With the holidays in the near future, we will find good use for
We do have a need for
soups such as tomato and vegetable beef and ravioli.Veggies are
about gone in the gardens, except for winter squash. Any small ones
would be nice. Also thanks to Pittsfield Pantry for sharing some
goodies with us.
Until next time,
Kevin and Sandra Barton
of Epsom, NH are pleased to announce the engagement of their
daughter Christina Barton to Andrew Pacuk, son of Matthew and
Désirée Pacuk of Hannacriox, NY. Miss Barton, a 2013 graduate of
Pembroke Academy, earned a BS in Parks and Conservation Management
from Paul Smith’s College. She is currently the Park Manager of Bear
Brook State Park in Allenstown, NH. Mr. Pacuk graduated from
Coxsackie-Athens High School in 2012, and earned a BS in
Natural Resource Management and Policy from Paul Smith’s College. He
recently completed his service for the Student Conservation
Association: Adirondack corps. The couple’s engagement took place
this last September, horse backing riding on Barton’s farm.