The December issue is full of fun and meaningful Holiday events, a couple reminders on how to stay safe during the challenges of winter, two profiles of local garages, and one of a retail business right on Route 101. We hear from DCS and its PTO, and all the offerings from our very busy Community Center: an art show, Fred Marple’s shenanigans in the mythical town of Frost Heaves, a book reading, lots of music, community lunch with a visiting nurse, and more. A memorial vigil will be held in Peterborough to honor the homeless among us who have died in the last year. We announce workshops for parents, speakers for Rotary, and hikes in the woods. Quilts depicting the challenges faced by African Americans in our history are on display at the Mariposa Museum, and we can consider how best to eat during these winter months to avoid the blues. The Keene shelter is having an auction, and the Red-breasted Nuthatch is described by our resident ornithologist. Please check out our advertisers, and tell them you saw them here.

December 2018