October 2015

The Advocate Staff October 2015

To our valued Dublin Advocate readers: Here is the October 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.     Making This Country […]

  • September 2015

    The Advocate Staff September 2015
    Charlotte and Jeff Boutwell at the Yankee Barn Sale this past summer.

    The Merlin Is Here By Tom Warren As we approach the hawk migration season in the Monadnock Region, the Merlin, a small, dashing falcon draws our attention to the ridgelines of the Monadnock Mountains. It is a small falcon that once was called a Pigeon Hawk, owing to its love of pigeons as prey and […]

  • August 2015

    The Advocate Staff August 2015
    Staff and campers alike watch with glee the preparation and blowing of giant bubbles. Photos by Sally Shonk

    Dublin Summer Playground Is Alive and Well By Eliot Pelletier People often ask why I continue to spend my summers at the Dublin Summer Playground after working here for more than a decade: “Isn’t the best part of being a teacher having the summers off?” While I enjoy a vacation as much as the next […]

  • July 2015

    The Advocate Staff July 2015
    Hunter Hill, 5, of Peterborough, waters the cucumber seedlings outside our raised-bed gardens at DCP. Photo by Cathy Carabello

    Artists of Dublin on Exhibit Everywhere By Margaret Gurney In Dublin, creativity is at an all-time high and follows a proud tradition. Although we count dozens of artists in town, we know of three who have their art on display during July in Jaffrey, Peterborough, and Dublin. Miriam Carter’s show at the Jaffrey Civic Center […]

  • June 2015

    The Advocate Staff June 2015
    Monadnock Rotary Club volunteered again to clean Dublin’s Main Street roadsides as Rte. 101 enters Peterborough. Thanks to all Rotarians!

    Congratulations to Dublin’s 2015 Graduates ConVal Graduates Allyson Boyd will attend University of New Hampshire this fall and plans to pursue a double major in music education and performance. While at ConVal, she was a four-year varsity member of track and field. She is a member of the New Hampshire Scholar Athletes Association and she […]