Local Thanksgiving Dinners

Wednesday November 25th

The Community School of South Tamworth is hosting a Thanksgiving communal feast. On Wednesday from11:30 to 1pm enjoy a traditional meal that is locally sourced and served by donation. For more information just call (603) 323-7000 or visit Click Here to visit their website.

Thursday November 26th

The American Legion Ralph W. Shirley Post 46 invites Veterans and the Community to a free traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner Thursday starts at noon at their Tasker Hill location. They are also looking for Volunteers to help out with Meals on Wheels for Thanksgiving. Those looking to help can call Post 46 at (603) 447-3927

North Conway the Stairway Café is presenting free Thanksgiving dinner from noon to 3pm call 603-356-5200

The Madison Church is serving Thanks giving dinner at Noyes Hall at Madison Elementary from 2pm to 4:30pm

First Christian Church of Freedom is sponsoring a thanksgiving dinner at the Town Hall from 12:30 to 3pm. No cost and everyone from the community is welcome. Call Patty Dumas at (603) 539-6484 or Sandy Boyle at (603) 539-7791

Berlin Gorham Area Celebrations

There is going to be a Sing-a-long version of the hit Disney Movie frozen at the Tillotson Center in Colebrook this Thanksgiving weekend. The film will be shown at 2pm on Saturday November 28th . Admission is just $3 per person at the Tilotson Center. For more details call 603-237-8576 or email thet

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by Mower November 25, 2015 Front Page News

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