The December issue of the Advocate contains as many events, mostly local, that we could manage to find. Brian Barden is interviewed to commemorate his resignation as Road Agent for the last 30 years; library and school news is included as well as all the Hub events this month. There’s a photographic exhibit in Peterborough showing Dubliners, and we learn about the radio station in town. Volunteer drivers are honored and the shelter in Keene for the homeless is fundraising through a hefty auction. The Players have more offerings, and the benefit for Puerto Rico yielded solid funds. Tom wrote about the Wood Duck, just passing through. Don’t forget to tell our advertisers you saw them in these pages. Finally, happiest of holidays to all.
The November issue of the Advocate captures the award given to Adele Knight for her devotion to libraries in the state, not the least of which is Dublin’s. The ConComm has successfully collected our water samples for testing by the state (with results to follow); and a couple cool hikes in Dublin are sponsored by the Harris Center. Library and school news run alongside Andy Freeman’s talk to the Rotarians about his firefighting commitment. The Hub has a new director who happens to be very musical, and the Hub is also very busy with offerings; and we have an update on the progress in broadband. A young mother in town sells essential oils for well being, and Raylynmor Opera melds two performances at Dublin School. Yankee’s solar array is at work, Dublin artists showed their art on the Open Studio Tour, and don’t forget to read Tom’s account on the Peregrine Falcon.
The October issue of the Advocate offers a photographic replay of highlights of the Gas Engine Meet, tips on trick or treating, rummage sale changes, and a call for items for a WWI exhibit to be hosted by the Historical Society next summer. Dublin’s curator has recapped some early history of Dublin in the 19th century and we are updated on school news. Awards, tours, and fire-safety tips combine with storytelling events, and the varied offerings from the Community Center: so much to see and do, including having your water tested by the state. Yankee Publishing releases its 2018 Old Farmer’s Almanac and hunting season has begun. And don’t forget the 22nd Annual Open Studio Art Tour, with five artists from Dublin participating with 45 others around the Monadnock Region. Help is always needed: stop the worry cycle or drive your neighbors where they need to go. Last, but never least, Tom Warren discusses the Crossbills.
To our valued Dublin Advocate readers: Here is the July 2017 issue— all news worthy for Dubliners and neighbors. This month the July Advocate offers a canoe adventure, library and town news, awards and lake hosts, Hub events, all about Town Band offerings in the region, as well as photos of Dubliners out and about. A recap of the cultural offerings in the region is included because of their abundance, and the Baha’is will host a speaker in August on Grenville Clark. Read on to find out about the Common Merganser and — it’s time to sign up for the Yankee Barn Sale.
To our valued Dublin Advocate readers: Here is the May 2017 issue — all news worthy for Dubliners and neighbors. This issue includes Memorial Day plans for Dublin, a visit to a 200-year old home, preparing for summer playground and the beach, a new rec committee, a tribute to college graduates, Olympic Studies, new police officer, events at the Hub, community celebrations, two art stories, plus library and school news, and our bird of the month series. All thanks to our advertisers.