Tuesday, April 25, 2017
The Nostalgia Cafe-USO Revue Saturday May 6th

The Farmington Town Players, The Farmington Woman's Club and the Farmington Community Band have come together to create "the Nostalgia Café", and we are proud to be hosting a USO buffet style dinner theater on May 6th at 6:00pm at the Farmington Town Hall.

Join us for a USO, World War era themed evening of food and entertainment! You can expect period costumes, live music and performances of the past while enjoying a nostalgic 1940s atmosphere.

Tickets are $25, and must be purchased in advance. Please contact any of the the groups involved for further details. 

We can't wait to bring you back in time!!


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Round Table Meeting Thurs April 27th, 6:30,Community Rm

 Please join us for our next Round Table meeting on April 27th
 at 6:30 in the Community Room of the Goodwin Library
Thank you for your interest in the economic development of our town. We look forward to bringing new life to economic development here in Farmington. It's exciting to see so many residents and business owners interested in making Farmington into a thriving community that supports community projects, schools and of course, economic development. The time and effort you volunteer to this group will help move Farmington closer to the thriving economic community we all want it to be! We are excited for what UNH will offer us as guidance. Please join us for our next Round Table meeting on April 27th at 6:30 in the Community Room of the Goodwin Library. Please feel free to invite a guest!
Together we can make a difference!


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2017 Recap Earth Day Rallies & Protests-March 4 Science

Earth Day observance and the March 4 Science were so far above the predictable, hum drum festivities and protests that mark this very important day each year, we though it very important to leave a blog record of the events of the day. It seems being a a part of an era that openly diminishes human rights, education, science, and the environment, has finally knocked many more people out of their self oriented, dumbed- down, consumerist sleep walk. Below are some of the best stories, signs, videos, and links from the day. May each Earth Day after this bring forward even more perspective, self evaluation, opportunities for learning, and a greater appreciation for education, science, our planet, and the flora and fauna that inhabit this diverse, complex, interdependent biosphere floating through space.


Hundreds join Occupy NH Seacoast’s March for Science

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Historical Society & Woman's Club Host Visit With Abe Lincoln, May 5th

"A Visit with Abraham Lincoln"
Friday, May 5th
7:00 pm
in the Multipurpose Room
Valley View Community School
presented by 
Steve Wood
Association of Lincoln Presenters
New Hampshire Humanities Council Presenter

Abraham Lincoln, portrayed by Steve Wood, begins this program by recounting his early life and ends with a reading of the "Gettysburg Address." Along the way he comments on the debates with Stephen Douglas, his run for the presidency, and the Civil War.  

Steve Wood, a graduate of the University of Maine, School of Forestry, worked for nearly thirty years with the UNH Cooperative Extension as an Extension Educator in Forest Resources, retiring at the end of 2003. He has been researching and presenting Living History programs as Abraham Lincoln since 1995. Steve is a member of the Association of Lincoln Presenters, the League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling, and the NH Storytelling Alliance.

This program is supported by the New Hampshire Humanities Council.

Membership Meeting
There will be a membership meeting of the Farmington Historical Society at 6:00 PM.  A meet and greet with the presenter along with light refreshments will begin after the meeting at 7:00, with the program starting at 7:15 PM.
The public is welcome to attend all our meetings and programs.  Annual membership dues are $5.00.

Links to Learn More
Humanities Council Presenter Steve Wood   http://www.nhhumanities.org/presenters/steve-wood

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SCDC Meeting Wed April 26th-SCDC Caucus Saturday May 13th

From the SCDC EC:

Please join us for a meeting of the SCDC on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 in the large upstairs room at the Durham Public Library at 6:30 pm.  At that time we are hoping to have Amy Kennedy, new NHDP Chair and other NHDP officials present to answer any questions you may have about the NHDP in the upcoming year.

Also, be sure to mark your calendars for the Strafford County Caucus to be held Room 323, McConnell Center, Dover on Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 9:30 am to 11:00 am.

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Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Dover Dems Celebrate 10th Annual Franklin And Eleanor Dinner, April 22nd

10th Annual Franklin & Eleanor Dinner

Please join us for this special 10th Anniversary Dinner on Saturday, April 22, 2017, at 6 PM at the Hellenic Center, 219 Long Hill Rd. in Dover. Keynote speakers will be Devon Chaffee, Executive Director, ACLU-NH and Jennifer Frizzell, VP of Policy-NH, Planned Parenthood of Northern New England.

All proceeds from the dinner directly support Democratic candidates and activities of the Dover Democratic Committee--an all-volunteer organization.

Our greatly expanded silent auction will tempt you with items such as a Languedoc-inspired, French dinner; a narrated, historic tour of the Cochecho River; a custom tile backsplash; half-day, fly-fishing for two; a sailboat cruise on the Maine coast; original art; Wayne Newland photographs; a beginner's harp lesson; wine basket; gift cards of all types; and many more unique items. Bring cash or your checkbook for items offered at the silent auction.

Dinner includes a variety of entrees and side dishes as well as intriguing appetizers and decadent desserts. Cash bar. Dinner Tickets, $30 per person. Sponsorships, $100. Admission for one person is included with each sponsorship. New this year: Table Sponsorships, $500, include tickets for 8 and reserved seating. Table Sponsorships are a prime opportunity for you or your business to express additional support for the work being done to uphold our Democratic values.

This dinner sold out last year! Buy your tickets now, and enjoy a stimulating evening among like-minded friends and neighbors. For further information please email: jd.verschueren@gmail.com.

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SCIENCE, NOT SILENCE-Saturday, April 22nd March for Science- Portsmouth NH


The March for Science is an international movement, led by organizers distributed around the globe. This movement is taking place because of the simultaneous realization by thousands of people who value science in their lives that staying silent is no longer an option. There are marches being planned across the United States and internationally - here in Portsmouth, we will rally to support the March for Science at our statehouse in Concord and the marchers across the globe.

The March for Science demonstrates our passion for science and sounds a call to support and safeguard the scientific community. Recent policy changes have caused heightened worry among scientists. The incredible and immediate outpouring of support has made clear that these concerns are also shared by the support of hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

The mischaracterization of science as a partisan issue, which has given policymakers permission to reject overwhelming evidence, is a critical and urgent matter. It is time for people who support scientific research and evidence-based policies to take a public stand and be counted.


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TriTown Dems Meeting Thursday April 13th, 6:30 PM Emma Ramsey Center

A reminder to you that the TriTown Democrats will have their April Meeting on Thursday, April 13, at 6:30 PM in the Emma Ramsey Center in Milton. Our speaker is the wonderful Cindy
Perkins from Fight for $15 NH. Among many other items, we will have our Tri-Town Committee elections. See you soon!

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Round Table Meeting- April 6th 6pm Goodwin Library Community Room

In order to capitalize on the momentum of town meeting, a Round Table Meeting to discuss the future goals for Farmington is being pulled together. This will be held on April 6th at 6:00 p.m. in the Goodwin Library Community Room. We encourage any and all residents and business owners to attend. This will be open to all suggestions, comments, concerns and ideas for the future of Farmington, as well as establish a common plan or goal for our town. We will also address the need for volunteers for the Planning board and other committees. Light refreshments as well as coffee and tea will be served. We look forward to hearing your ideas!!
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Vision. Action. Community.

The Farmington Democrats believe that equality of opportunity can be achieved through community involvement, political action, and a shared vision of social justice.