January 2015

The Advocate Staff January 2015

To our valued Dublin Advocate readers: Here is the January 2015 issue — all news worthy for Dubliners and neighbors. Read online, or open the pdf from the Current Month link to view the original in color. Request an email reminder when the issue goes live each month from DublinAdvocate@gmail.com. —   An Appeal to […]

  • December 2014

    The Advocate Staff December 2014
    This photo was taken when members from DHS walked into the first settlement site off Spring Road in November 2000. John thought others should know where the site was located. (The actual marker on Army Corps of Engineers MacDowell land.) Photo courtesy Dublin Archives

    Come Ring In the Holidays The Dublin Recreation Committee invites you to our annual Holiday Night Celebration on Friday, December 5, at 6:30 pm. Come for hot chocolate, cookies and the traditional Christmas tree lighting. Join us at the front of the parking lot between the Fire Department and Yankee Magazine (facing Main Street). For […]

  • November 2014

    The Advocate Staff November 2014
    Aerial view of the lake and village before 1972.
Antique postcard credit: Photo courtesy Dublin Historical Society

    About Dublin Lake & Other Water Bodies of Water By Felicity Pool From the top of Monadnock, the outline is like a fish. Down at water level, the three-mile circumference is an identifier for part of town and a regional landmark for tourists and other travelers. The lake is a draw for swimming, walking-around, fishing, […]

  • October 2014

    The Advocate Staff October 2014
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    Community Center: Abstract Art and a Soup Lunch on the Art Tour A new art show featuring the work of David Nelson is on display at the Dublin Community Center. The show will run through the end of October and will be open during the Art Tour, when the Community Center will offer a soup […]

  • September 2014

    The Advocate Staff September 2014
    Dublin Community Church hosts monthly community dinners.

    Planning Board to Hold Hearing on Agriculture — Which options for our local farmers: Meet Sept. 18 at 7 pm By Bruce Simpson This fall, the Planning Board is going to take a look at agriculture in Dublin, and what changes (if any) should be made to our Ordinance with respect to farming operations. There […]