By order of the Board of Selectmen, the Town of Greenfield in accordance with Town Ordinance Chapter 1, Section 4, as well as, RSA 105, Sections 6-7-8, no vehicle shall be left standing on any street in said Greenfield between the hours of 11:00 PM and 6:00 AM.
Saturday, December 10 from 1:00 to 4:00 at the Elementary School.
Santa and Mrs. Claus are flying in for our annual Christmas in
Greenfield event! Join us for photos, cookie decorating, crafts, and
more as the Greenfield PTO and the Friends of the Library come together for a fun afternoon of Christmas activities.
There are still some wreaths left. To reserve yours, please email Dorene.Adams9@gmail.com Dorene will put you on her list and you can pay when you pick your wreath up or you can send payment in now to: The Greenfield Firefighters' Association PO Box 146 Greenfield, NH 03047
Pick your wreath(s) up on Sat. or Sun., Nov. 26th or 27th, between the hours of 11am - 2pm at the Greenfield Fire Station
Thank you for supporting the Greenfield Volunteer Fire Department.
This is a one-off ride request for Friday, October 14, leaving Greenfield around 10:30 a.m. and returning around 5:30 p.m. Passenger is willing to contribute towards gas and time. If you can help, please call Gerry at 547 3363 and leave a message.
From 9:00 to 3:00 on Saturday, October 1 at Oak Park.
Sponsored by the Greenfield PTO this year's fair will feature more than twenty vendors offering crafts, food, raffles and more. There will be a special area for the children with face painting, a bouncy house and an animal area.
Curious about the flu and flu shots? Like history? Please attend the historical presentation on the 1918 Flu Pandemic with UNH Professor Marion Girard-Dorsey, on Thursday, October 6 at 7 pmin the Wensberg Room of the Library. This presentation will cover the 1918 flu pandemic (Spanish Flu) that spread across the world. It is estimated that 10% to 20% of those who were infected died - 3% to 6% of the entire global population. This pandemic has been described as "the greatest medical holocaust in history" and may have killed more people than the Black Death.
Then, get ready for flu season! On Friday, October 7, the Library will host a Flu Shot Clinic in the library's Reading Room from 2 - 4 pm. Your friendly Rite Aid Pharmacists will be on hand to administer flu shots for all ages. Convenience and a pleasant environment...and you can check out a book while you're there! No appointment necessary. Please bring your insurance card.
Please join us and discover what the Town of Greenfield and others have done to protect a very special place for the public’s enjoyment.
The Greenfield Conservation Commission and Mr. Ray Cilley are hosting tours of the Powder Mill Pond shoreline property recently conserved at the Robertson farm on Old Bennington Rd.
A FREE, GRILL YOUR OWN LUNCH and a brief history of the property and conservation easement will be offered between 12 Noon and 1 PM .
DIRECTIONS: Take Old Bennington Rd 1.7 mi from downtown Bennington or 1.6 mi in the reverse direction from Forest Road to Robertson Lane (sign will be decorated with balloons). From there a host will direct you to parking. The property also can be reached by canoe/kayak via Powder Mill Pond, or by walking along the railroad tracks from Old Bennington Rd to the picnic area near the Powder Mill pond railroad bridge.
A work bee will be held at Oak Park on Saturday, June 4 from 9 'til 12 to get things spruced up for the festivities on the 25th. Anyone who can lend a hand would be most welcome and appreciated. Our new Parks and Buildings Manager, Rick McQuad, will be in attendance.
There has been some discussion about starting a farmers' market in Greenfield. Anyone interested in setting up as a vendor, please contact Adele at 547 3403 and we'll see if we can make it happen. It would most likely start in July.
The members of the Greenfield Community Organic Garden invite you to visit their Open Garden on Saturday from 10:00 to noon. Come and see all the things we are growing! Members will be happy to talk to you about gardening and tell you how to go about becoming a community gardener. We are at #8 on the yard sale map.
Like to grow your own
fresh, organic vegetables, fruit and flowers?
Don’t have the space,
enough sun, or maybe the know-how?
Why not join the Greenfield
community gardeners? We are a group of
enthusiastic gardeners, some with years of experience, others new to growing
vegetables, but all enjoying the opportunity to grow together in the sunny
community garden by the Town Offices.
Not sure? Come and meet the gardeners at an informal
Library’s Wensberg Room on Wednesday, April 13 at 5:30. Jeremy
Delisle from the NH Extension Service will join us for a conversation on weed
control and composting.
Call Hilda Bridgewater at 547 7163 for more
We are rounding up folks for the Agriculture vendor area - selling anything agriculture such as greens that you will have available by the end of June, anyone plant strawberries?, eggs, honey, whatever you have that you would like to sell in the agriculture section of the 225 Anniversary Celebration. We are also looking for Agriculture exhibits and/or demonstrations. You may find the vendors application in the April/May Greenfield Spirit or you may download a copy from the Town of Greenfield website.
As I need to keep a head count, please let me know if you will be joining the Agriculture section of our celebration day. I may be reached at 547-2108 or at email@example.com.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
The members of the Greenfield Community Organic Garden will meet in the Wensburg Room of the Library on Wednesday, April 13 at 5:30 to enjoy a potluck supper along with a discussion of various garden-related topics with Jeremy Delisle from the NH Extension Service. Potential new members are very welcome. Call Hilda Bridgewater at 603 547 7163 to RSVP, or for more information about the garden.
VACATION DAY CAMP GREENFIELD TOWN MEETING HOUSE
A MAGICAL MORNING OF MAKE-BELIEVE, DANCING AND FUN!
BUILD A FAIRY HOUSE & MAKE YOUR OWN WINGS!
( $25/Greenfield residents & current students )
To register call 603-320-6786
As part of the 225th Anniversary celebrations, a handbell choir led by Carele Mayer will perform a concert in the Meeting House at 2:30 on Saturday, March 5. The concert is free but contributions to the 225th anniversary celebration fund will be gratefully accepted.
NH State Representative Jon Manley will be at the library at 6:30 on Thursday, February 25th for an informal meeting with residents. The topic under discussion will be the heroin and opioid problem facing the state. This informal meeting is free and open to the public.
Tuesday, February 9 at 5:30 p.m.
Music by Tattoo, King's cake, masks, gumbo dinner.
Benefit for the Tipitina's Foundation, bringing music back to New Orleans.
$5-10 suggested donation. 547-2547. www.plowsharefarm.org
The Hancock Woman's Club announces that their annual
scholarship will be open to applicants within the ConVal School District. In the past it was available only to women
residing in Hancock. By extending the
reach, the Club hopes to be able to provide this opportunity to more qualified
women throughout our entire community.
The scholarship is provided every year to an adult woman who
is in mid-career or plans to begin, change or return to a career after some
years of family or other responsibilities.
The scholarship this year will be $1000 and awarded in May
To qualify the applicant must be a current resident within
the ConVal School District and have lived in that area for at least two
years. The applicant must be planning to
attend an educational program and will be required to provide confirmation of
her acceptance or enrollment.
Educational program refers to a recognized college, university,
technical or training school, or professional organization. The scholarship is not available for
independent study, or recreational workshops.
Since its inception in 1991 the Club has awarded
scholarships to women who have advanced their skills and positions in Nursing,
Education, Child Development and many other fields.
Application Forms are available throughout the year for the
2015-2016 scholarship. Deadline for filing is March 31. Contact Joyce Perry at 525-3304 for an
application or more information.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH
Greenfield Meeting House 7-11 PM
50’s attire encouraged !
Limited tickets at $12 each or 2 / $20
Call Adele at 547- 3403 or Lenny at 547-2198 for tickets.
DJ Pizza Prizes Raffle
To benefit the Greenfield Historical Society
8-11 am Fire Dept. Breakfast $5, Station Tours, Car Wash (by donation) 10-12 Historical Society is open! Tracing your history! 10-12 Clothes closet is open. Greenfield Cong. Cov. Church 10 - 3 Sunset Lake Activities! (The Greenfield Trails Assoc.) Bring your skates, sleds and snowshoes! Dress warm. Camp fire, food and games. 10 - 3 Oak Park Activities! Crotched Mountain Ridge Runners Snowmobile Club will host rides, bon fire, hot cocoa and snacks. Trail grooming demo. Boy Scout Troop 271will host snowshoe hikes through the State Park at various intervals throughout the day. Bring your snowshoes. There will be some to borrow. G.E.S. P.T.O Will be hosting the Homemade Cardboard Sled Race at Oak Park at 1pm. If we get enough snow by then, we will make a huge hill to race on. Luncheon items will be available (donations accepted). 10 - 4 Library is open! Sign up for the winder reading program! Win a bike!Crafts all day! 10 - 4 Book/bake sale and raffle in the Wensberg room! (sponsored by The Friends of the Library) 6pmAnnual Chili Cook-Off! (Sponsored by The G.I.V.ers) Admission is an item for the Greenfield Food Pantry
Detailed flyers can be found on the posters at: Harvester Market Bulletin Board, The Post Office, The Library, The Town Office, The Recycle Center.