Epsom NH News

March 21, 2018


 

Wednesday, March 28 at 1:30 the Epsom Library will show the movie “Robot and Frank.”  Set in the near future, Frank Langella stars as a retired cat burglar whose adult children feel he should no longer live alone.  His son gives him the gift of a talking humanoid robot that is programmed to look after him.  What follows is a heartwarming and often hilarious story about finding friends and family in the most unexpected places.

 


 

Epsom Public Library Youth Events

 

Children’s Movie: Tuesday, March 27th 1:30pm: “Peppa Pig: The Easter Bunny” Rated G with snacks and drinks.

 

Teen Movie: Friday, March 23rd 6:30pm. “Justice League” Rated PG 13 with pizza and drinks. Snacks and desserts appreciated.

 


 

REMINDER

 

NOW EFFECTIVE BCEP WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING BRUSH OR LEAF AND YARD WASTE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE 

 

Per Vote Of The District Committee

 


 

Lakes Region Art Association At Epsom Library

 

The Epsom Public Library is happy to announce a multi-media exhibit of work submitted by several members of this thriving organization. 

 

The Association was founded in 1940 by five Lakes Region artists, whose goal was to provide a supportive and educational forum for local artists, both amateur and professional.  Members explore the use of various techniques, mediums and styles. 

 

Throughout its long history, the Association has sought to nurture the creation and appreciation of the visual arts in the Lakes Region, and to promote public exposure of the members’ work. Visitors to the Tanger Outlet Mall in Tilton may have already discovered that the Association maintains its own gallery there.  We’re pleased to have a representation of the members’ work at the library through April 21.  The exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours:  Monday through Thursday, 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday 9 am to 1 pm.  All are cordially invited to meet the artists at a public reception  on Saturday, April, from 2 to 5 pm.

 

For more information, call the library at 736-9920 or visit www.epsomlibrary.com

 


 

Letter

 

I want to thank all those who came out during the snow storm to vote on our Blizzard Election day!  It was amazing to see how many people ventured out in such terrible weather!  Special thank you to Rick Belanger who provided a tent and more importantly a heater!  Rep. John Klose and I got to visit for most of the day while taking turns shoveling the walkways!  I want to thank him for a nice congenial campaign.

 

I am grateful for the support of so many citizens and look forward to serving our wonderful town!  Thank you all who allowed my signs to be placed on your property and I will try to retrieve them all as soon as the snow melts!

 

So many people helped out on election day, and I would like to thank our town officials and employees who worked at the polls.  During that day, one of our residents put a call out on Facebook for a ride to the polls and a wonderful resident took the time to respond to her call for assistance!  He drove out of his way to bring her to vote!  That is the kind of community spirit that makes Epsom such a wonderful place to live!

 

Congratulations to all who were on the ballot!

 

Thank you,

Virginia Drew

 


Obituaries


 

Clyde H. Gauthier, Jr.

 

EPSOM- Mr. Clyde H. Gauthier, Jr., 71, of Epsom, passed away at the Bedford Nursing & Rehabilitation Center on March 10, 2018 after a period of declining health.

 

Born in Epsom, Clyde was the son of the late Clyde H. Gauthier, Sr. and Frances L. (Ambrose) Gauthier.  He was raised and educated in Epsom before moving to Pittsfield.

 

Clyde previously worked for Pittsfield Shoe.  He was an avid cat-lover and also enjoyed magazines as well as old cars, especially his Camaros. 

 

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by three brothers, Eugene, Edward and George Gauthier; and one sister, Barbara Gauthier.

 

He is survived by his siblings: Mary Maynard and her husband Donald of Raymond, David Gauthier and his wife Cindy of Albuquerque, NM, Ralph Gauthier of Epsom, Robert Gauthier of Bedford, Margaret Gauthier of Holten, ME, and Susan Gauthier of Holten, ME.

 

There will be no calling hours.  A private family burial will take place in the spring.  Assisting the family with arrangements is the Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home in Epsom.  To share a memory or offer a condolence, please visit www.stilloaks.com

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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