We mark the grand opening of the DublinArts & Muse Gallery in the renovated Window Master building east of the village on 101. The new arts space is the culmination of several years of work by Molly McDowell and her team – and promises exciting offerings in the visual and performing arts.

The Dublin Public Library is getting into the swing of the new school year with Morning StoryTime and two reading clubs, Book Buddies and Book Worms. In addition, an adult book club will be forming, Banned Books Week will be celebrated, and a needle felting class is planned. The DPL recently completed the installation of a copper gutter system which matches the original, dating from 1901.

The 50th annual Gas Engine meet will take place in early September at Cricket Hill Farm. As always, this Dublin event will allow tractor and “one-lunger” aficionados to show off their equipment.

We remind Dublin citizens of the upcoming Primary Election on Tuesday, September 13, as well as the fall rummage sale and free community supper at the Dublin Community Church.

Dublin’s ConVal School Board representative brings us up-to-date on the hiring of a School Resource Officer for the high school as well as a proposed school safety audit. End 68 Hours of Hunger puts out the call for contributions of food as the school years begins.

We learn that the Dublin Lake Preservation Committee has merged with the Conservation Commission, which shares its goal of protecting Dublin’s natural resources.

Select Board member Susan Peters shares some ideas for dealing with rising energy costs and invites Dubliners to participate in the discussion of a Community Power initiative.

The Dublin Historical Society’s monthly quiz focuses on past Dublin businesses in conjunction with the display still up at the Schoolhouse Museum.

The Women’s Club wraps up another happy summer on Dublin Lake with a lake swim and celebration.

Jane Simpson enjoys woodsy adventures on her pedestrian commute to work, and we learn about the Wantastiquet-Monadnock Trail (WMT), which connects two Cheshire County mountains.

The DubHub gears up for fall with a new chess and backgammon group, a new art exhibit, and a forum which includes a business fair and a reception for new Dublin residents.

At least one Dublin musician will play with the Nelson Town Band on Sunday, September 4 – an outdoor event that includes ice cream.

With sadness, we note the recent death of Leslie Whone.

This month’s newsletter includes a survey from the town’s Recreation Committee on the use of the Dublin Baseball Field.

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September 2022