Join in the fun at trivia night this Thursday, Feb. 13, at River’s Edge Grille and Tavern to support Ossipee Mountain Habitat for Humanity. Doors open at 6 p.m. and trivia starts at 7 p.m. The cost is $10 per person with teams of up to six players. Reserve your table today by calling (603) 301-1023. Sponsored by Indian Mound Golf Course and Groleau Financial Group.

Gather your knowledgeable friends who are animal lovers for an afternoon of trivia. Kids are free. There are many opportunities to win a huge door prize and gifts throughout the afternoon. The questions are geared toward both kids and adults and you can work in teams of up to eight players. You may even learn some things about animals that you never knew. Munchies, popcorn, drinks and a good time are set for Saturday, Feb. 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. upstairs in the town hall. Suggested cost is $5 per person and money goes toward Freedom resident Jeannine Pearson’s trip to Australia to care for the injured animals devastated by the recent fires and those in residence at the shelters. For more information, call Bonnie Burroughs at (603) 452-4725.

Are you an artisan, vendor or crafts person looking to sell your handcrafted items? There will be a craft and vendor fair fundraiser at The Bluffs RV Resort at Danforth Bay Camping Resort in Freedom on Saturday, May 23, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Proceeds benefit Brianna Desharnais and the Ulman Foundation. Cost is $25 per table. Save the date and join in for a great afternoon of raffles and 50/50 drawing. To learn more, go to give.ulmanfoundation.org/4k-2020/briannadesharnais.

To reserve a table, contact Bonnie Brooks-Burroughs at (603) 452-4725. Freedom’s Schoolhouse (currently the Freedom Town Offices) at 33 Old Portland Road is 125 years old. Built in 1895, the building was a schoolhouse until June 1983. The new Freedom Elementary School was opened on Loon Lake Road in September 1983. Who do you know who may have attended the schoolhouse?

Brooks-Burroughs is currently working on a reunion for students who attended the 1895 schoolhouse in the village. So far, she has put together a list of students who started first grade in 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 and 1971. Eventually, she hopes to have lists of the other years. Contact Brooks-Burroughs at blb03836@gmail.com if you have information to add to the list. The reunion will be held at the 1895 schoolhouse on parade day, Saturday, Aug. 1, from 1 to 3 p.m. during Old Home Week. That Bonnie is a busy girl, isn’t she?

A reminder for all Freedom residents from the First Christian Church regarding transportation needs to medical appointments, food shopping, etc., to call Patty Dumas, church secretary at (603) 539-7791. There is a group of volunteers willing to help fill the need.

Lisa Wheeler can be contacted at wheelersinfreedom@roadrunner.com.

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