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The fourth annual Effingham Street Fair at Drake’s Corner will be a day of free, family fun. It is on Saturday, June 22, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine. Traffic will be detoured around the last section of Town House Road, where there will be vendor booths, games, crafts, food and music.

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It took a long time to get here, but summer has finally arrived, evidenced by outdoor activities, including the farmers’ market and plenty of activity at The Barnstormer’s house near the Four Corners. There so many events scheduled, it’s hard to attend all of them.

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The Snowvillage Inn with Max’s Restaurant and Pub in Eaton is pleased to invite everyone to an artists’ reception celebrating the work of Joyce Desmarais and Laura Thomson om Wednesday, June 5, from 4 to 6 p.m. Their art is in the gallery for the months of May and June. This event is free an…

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FREEDOM — Freedom’s Laura Thomson will be having a reception at the Snowvillage Inn on Wednesday, June 6, from 4-6 p.m. Her paintings have been on the walls at the inn since May 1, along with those of Joyce Desmarais. Laura and Joyce will be providing appetizers and look forward to your visi…

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Curtis Coleman attended the May 8 selectmen’s meeting and spoke about remedies to help with the signage problems on Moat View Road and Passaconaway Road. Old and new signs will be posted by June. On other roads the road bans have been lifted with the exception of those on High Street.

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A large historic map of Carroll County, circa 1860s, hangs on the wall near the entrance of the Carroll County Courthouse in Ossipee. As both Carroll County and the Town of Madison were incorporated in 1840 and 1852 respectively, it is an interesting relic of historic nostalgia to behold.

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Seedlings of heirloom vegetables and herbs, potted, compost, baked goods, hot and cold lunch and treats, a yard sale are featured this Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 1p.m. at The Community School in South Tamworth. In addition, there will be locally raised beef from ZeroMile Farm and farm-…

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The selectmen have been very busy with various government people attending their meetings. At the last meeting in April, County Commissioners David Babson, Amanda Bevard, Terry McCarthy, County Treasurer Joe Costello and County Administrator Ken Robichaud attended.