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.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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 in 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 , the Library will host a Flu Shot Clinic in the library's Reading Room from . 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.
Friday, September 23, 2016
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 .
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.QUESTIONS? Contact Neal Brown at 547-2023
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Town of Greenfield
Due to the observance of Columbus Day on ,
the Planning Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting for that date on
at the Town Offices.
Per order of the Greenfield Planning Board
Paul Renaud, Chair