Dr. Joyce has requested a change of date. The meeting will now be April 20th at 5:30.
An appreciation dinner to honor Ed Jansen for 40 years of service to the Town of Rollinsford will be held on Saturday, April 18th at the American Legion, 551 Foundry Street, Rollinsford. Dinner will be from 5-7PM, with a presentation to follow. Tickets are $5 (cash only, please) and are available at the Town Hall until Friday, April 17th. They are also available for purchase through the Police Department or the Fire Department.
The Rollinsford Grade School is now accepting registrations through April 29th for children entering Kindergarten and First Grade in September. Those entering Kindergarten must be five (5) years old and those entering First Grade must be six (6) years old by September 30th. Registration packets are available at the grade school. All registrants will be asked to provide their child’s birth certificate and immunization records.
Chief Ducharme of the Rollinsford Police Department is concerned about the parking around RGS this coming Saturday for our scheduled town meeting. The chief, our town moderator Joe Caouette and our road agent Jeff St Jean met with the Select Board on 3/9 to review possibilities. Our road agent was able to move some snow banks on Monday and we are currently scheduled to proceed with town meeting this coming Saturday.
Chief Ducharme will have an officer on duty to monitor parking along the streets.
We are aware of possible adverse weather on Saturday. Moderator Caouette will be monitoring the situation and has the right according to RSA to postpone the meeting for safety considerations. In the unlikely event that this happens, we will get a communication out to the website and local media as soon as possible on Saturday morning.
Experience the aromas, sights and sounds of a working 18th century New England kitchen at the historic Colonel Paul Wentworth House with a day devoted to colonial foodways on Saturday, March 28. Using authentic period recipes and demonstrating colonial hearth cooking techniques and equipment, costumed historians will recreate an 18th century dinner from the hearth to the table.
This living history event will be open to the public from 11 am to 4:30 pm. Admission is by donation; $5 is suggested.
Located at Water Street in Rollinsford, the circa 1701 Colonel Paul Wentworth House is maintained by the Association for Rollinsford Culture and History (ARCH). For more information, consult the website at paulwentworthhouse.org or call Matt at 969-3898.
The Library Trustees will meet on Monday, March 16th at 6:30PM at the Rollinsford Public Library.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TOWN OF ROLLINSFORD
Thursday, March 26, 2015
The RCC will hold a public hearing to answer any questions about the proposed Selective Timber Harvest in Scoutland and the perimeter of the Turcott Field. This is a recommendation from the Forest Management Plan prepared by Moreno Forestry Associates. A copy of the plan is on the website.
For background info see the Scoutland page on the website. Materials will also be available at Town Hall.