Tuesday, April 21, 2015

PB Public Hearing Eversource trimming/cutting 5/11/15

Town of Greenfield
Planning Board
Notice of Public Hearing

 In accordance with RSA 231;158, notice is hereby given of a public hearing to be held on May 11, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Greenfield Town Offices to discuss trimming/cutting of brush/trees by Eversource Energy ( formerly PSNH) on Riverbend Road, Colonial Drive, Cavender Road, Swamp Road, County Road, Muzzey Hill Road, Old Bennington Road, Slip Road, Gulf Road, Cornwell Road, Thomas Road, Pine Ridge Road, (South) Francestown Road, and Dodge Road.

Greenfield Planning Board
Kevin O'Connell, Chair


The annual Roadside Roundup in honor of Earth Day is this Saturday, rain or shine!

Use those blue bags you receive in the mail to clean up the roadside near your home.  These bags are provided courtesy of New Hampshire the Beautiful. This will only take a very small part of your day. All you have to do is clean up trash wherever it is needed along your own road. There will also be items that won't fit in the bags. If you can, bring them to the Recycling Center along with your blue bags by 4 pm. If you can’t, please leave them along the road in a pile. That's all there is to it. It's quick and easy, AND you can feel good about doing something to keep Greenfield clean and beautiful.

If you need extra blue bags, you may find them at the Recycling Center. It would be greatly appreciated, if you would bring your full blue bags plus any others you see, and any other items that are along the road, to the Recycling Center. The Conservation Commission will be collecting all the blue bags and any other debris at a special collection station right at the Recycling Center on April 26th. Look for a dumpster just for Roadside Round-Up trash.

Everyone is invited to a free Ham & Bean Supper at 5:30pm at the Meeting House. The Woman’s Club has again offered to help us by cooking and serving this hearty dinner. It is just our way of saying thank-you to all those who helped to make this Roadside Round-Up a success. To sweeten the pot, we will have some great free raffle prizes but you must be present to have a chance to win.

And again this year, you can look forward to the “All You Can Eat, (until it’s gone), Gutbusting Ice Cream Buffet.”

Lastly, we will be awarding cash prizes to the children who drop off the most bags at the Recycling Center, but you’ll need to attend the dinner to win.  We’ll also hold our annual free raffle after dinner for everyone who attends. This year, you’ll get extra raffle tickets for every blue bag you bring into the Recycling Center.

Greenfield Conservation Commission

Rainier's Local Maple Syrup and Eggs for sale

Rainier's 2015 Maple Syrup for sale

2nd place winner in the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript 35th Annual Maple Syrup Contest! 

Quarts  $20.00    Pints  $11.00     1/2 Pints  $6.00

Eggs for sale   $3.50 /dz

Please contact Jean and George 547-2108 or  jrube.rainier@gmail.com

Monday, April 13, 2015

Lizzie Borden Took an Axe, or Did She?

This Thursday, April 16 at 7 pm
in the Wensberg Room of the
Stephenson Memorial Library.

Thanks to a generous grant from the NH Humanities Council, Plymouth State
professor and former criminal investigator, Dr. Annette Holba
will be here to discuss the facts of this sensational case. 
This event is free and open to the public.
Light refreshments will be served.

Julie Steenson, MSLIS
Director, Stephenson Memorial Library

Friday, April 10, 2015

Annual Variety Show Saturday

Greenfield's Annual Variety Show is this Sat. April 11th, at 7pm at The Meeting House!
Admission is only $2.00 and an item for the food pantry.
This show benefits the G.E.S. P.T.O. and helps our local food pantry.
The P.T.O will also be selling snacks during the show!

We have a fun line up this year and is sure to make you laugh!
Dancing, singing, skits and who knows what else you will encounter . . .
We hope you will plan to join us for a fun evening out on the town, here in Greenfield!

Dorene Adams
Show Director

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

The event of the year this Saturday!

The famous Greenfield Variety Show will be held on Saturday, April 11, at 7:00 pm in the Meeting House.  Rumor has it that this show will be the best ever and is definitely not to be missed!  Admission $2 plus an item for the food pantry.