Our May issue honors Memorial Day, a local veteran, and the flags placed in the cemetery remind us who we have lost. Come to the Memorial Day Parade to participate in Dublin’s special day. The Friends of the DPL introduce a new sculptor with a talk and a demo, there is a book sale at the same time as the rummage sale, and town departments thank voters for their support on a couple of warrant items. We congratulate a couple college grads, the Women’s Club has news, and so do the preschoolers. Read an update from the School Board, our Consolidated School, and this year’s Olympic Studies. We have the ongoing news from the Library and Community Center. There’s a fun run coming up, a Rotary-sponsored roadside Cleanup, and the Trustees of Trust Funds seeks applicants. A third-grade classroom is interviewing local townspeople, the cemetery officially opens, and it’s time to sign up for Summer Playground. We welcome a new family to town, we mourn the death of a young man, and there’s a few new art shows to choose from. We say farewell to a local musician, with a concert, of course, and specialty camps with a biblical slant are offered. Read what’s new in recycling in town, attend an opera adapted from The Barber of Seville, and don’t miss the Rummage and Sale! An informational meeting about a proposed arts center at the high school in Peterborough is worth attending, and the business and newcomer forum was a big success. Children & the Arts Festival is in May, the River Center offers parenting classes, and the Peterborough Farmer’s Market is ongoing. And last, the Eastern Phoebe is said to pay “ample rent for its accommodations.”

May 2019