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September's First Frost

The last couple of nights brought in the first fall frost!

A little early for the Kearsarge Region unless you are atop Mt. Kearsarge. Snowbirds are being signaled that Florida is calling, but skiers are hoping for an early start to the ski season!

Hay bales have been rolled or stacked. Gardens are being put to bed.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 22, 2020, will mark the Autumnal Equinox. At two moments the sun is exactly over the equator resulting in an equal amount of daytime and nighttime.

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This summer we missed some great events, Hospital Days, The Strawberry Festival, the bands on the green, Newbury's Old Home Day, July 4th parades, The New London Barn Playhouse, Warner's bandstand events, The NH League of Artists in Newbury, just to name a few! This year's normal meant attending events through social media - Start your week with a virtual Zentangle, Simon Brooks still hosts a Friday chuckle and Sweet Beet has daily cooking tips if you tune in via Facebook and Instagram. Library storytimes are virtual bringing so many opportunities to hear varied presentations. Be sure to check the Kearsarge Calendar Website for ways to learn, be inspired and entertained, and just to be informed - or subscribe to updates here

Despite it all, Fall seems to have come to town quickly even though Muster Field Farm's Harvest Days didn't usher it in. The Warner Fall Foliage Festival is looking different this year s with a Virtual 5K taking place and busy crafters only accessible at the website -stay tuned to their Facebook page.

The last of the Wilmot Farmer's market will be happening this upcoming weekend. But Warner's Farmer's Market will go until Columbus Day weekend. Davisville Flea Market is on until the last Sunday of October.

With October around the corner, New London is gearing up for the pumpkin people. Thank goodness for a creative and spirited Kearsarge Region community!

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