The Conservation Commission would like to invite you to celebrate Earth Day by participating in trash pick-up in an effort to keep our community litter free.
When: Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
Where: Meet at Garrison Players parking lot
Trash bags and rubber gloves will be provided
The Recreation Committee met to review the Summer Rec Program. The committee concluded that the current program needs extensive updating to meet increasing demands and expectations. It was determined that Summer Rec will not be offered in its previous format in the coming year.
Those interested in forming a new committee to determine the future of summer rec offerings should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town of Rollinsford
August 4, 2016
- Updates from last meeting
- Request to tie into storm drain at 63 Pine Street
- MS4 Permit
- Public Engagement
- General Discussion
Take a unique guided tour of Rollinsford, Berwick and Somersworth by canoe or kayak on Sunday, August 7 from 1 to 3 pm. The Association for Rollinsford Culture and History (ARCH) and the Southeast Land Trust (SELT) are co-sponsoring this opportunity to learn about the historic points of interest and conservation land along the Salmon Falls River between Front Street in Rollinsford and New Dam Road in Berwick while enjoying the lovely scenery along the way.
Participants must provide their own watercraft and flotation device; a limited number of boats are available for loan but must be arranged for in advance. The registration fee is $5 for the general public; free to ARCH or SELT members. To register or request more information, email email@example.com or call 603-742-4747 and leave a message.
Baseball fans and bicycling enthusiasts who are interested in the histories of their respective sports won’t want to miss two up-coming talks at Rollinsford’s historic Colonel Paul Wentworth House. Both lectures are being presented in connection with “Neighborhood Entertainments: New Englanders at Play,” the exhibit on early New England sports and recreation currently on view at the Wentworth House.Zip Zamarchi will present an illustrated talk about penny farthings, bone shakers and other forerunners of the modern bicycle on Tuesday, July 26. Mr. Zamarchi is a cycling historian and an avid collector of antique bicycles and bicycling memorabilia. Several items from his extensive collection are included in the exhibit.
On Tuesday, August 9, Brian Sheehy will describe the game of baseball the way it was played by early teams such as the Portsmouth Rockinghams and the Newburyport Clamdiggers: no gloves, underhand pitching, and woolen knickerbocker uniforms. In addition to being an historian of the game, Mr. Sheehy plays base ball in the style of the 1800s with the Essex Vintage Base Ball Club.
Both talks will be presented at 7 pm, and the doors will open at 6 pm for visitors who would like to tour the exhibit prior to the presentation. Light refreshments will be served afterwards. Admission to the presentations and the exhibit is $5 for the general public and free for members of ARCH.
Maintained by the Association for Rollinsford Culture and History (ARCH) as an educational and cultural center, the Colonel Paul Wentworth House is located at 47 Water Street in Rollinsford, NH. For more information, call (603)742-4747 or (603) 749-1966.
The public is invited to attend the first of several local C-RiSe (Climate Risk in the Seacoast) meetings to be held at the Rollinsford Town Hall on Wednesday, June 29 at 6:00 pm. The discussion will cover assessing vulnerabilities of municipal assets and resources. Kyle Pimental of Strafford Regional Planning Commission will oversee the meeting. Representatives of all local departments and committees have been invited to participate in the discussion.
At Home in the 18th Century at the Wentworth House
An 18th century New England household will come to life at a two-day living history event at the historic Colonel Paul Wentworth House in Rollinsford, NH from 11 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday, June 18 and 19.
Re-enactors in period clothing will demonstrate a wide range of domestic activities showcasing everyday life in a colonial home, including gardening, hearth cooking and housekeeping chores, as well as games and pastimes. Saturday’s highlight will be a demonstration of colonial foodways from the hearth to the table, illustrating how food was prepared, served and enjoyed in the 18th century. Demonstrators will also show how early Americans “slept tight” by making a straw-filled mattress and roping a bedstead. Visitors will be welcome to join in some indoor and outdoor games which were popular in colonial America.
Located on Water Street in Rollinsford, the Wentworth House is maintained by the Association for Rollinsford Culture and History (ARCH) as an educational and cultural center. Admission to this event is $5 for adults, and free for children and ARCH members. For more information, consult the ARCH website at ww.paulwentworthhouse.org or on Facebook at The Colonel Paul Wentworth House.
Summer Recreation Camp is offered at the Rollinsford Grade School.
Dates: June 20th through August 12th.
Ages: The program is open to children going into 1st grade through High School seniors.
Cost: $80 for the summer, per child or $120 per family for residents, $100 per child or $150 per family for non-residents.
Hours: 9AM – 3PM
To register, please download these forms and return a completed registration to the school.
Questions? Click here to send an email.
The Summer Rec Committee will meet June 8, 2016 at 6pm at the Rollinsford Grade School
1. Personnel (nonpublic)
Come to the library this Saturday, 1-3pm to sample chocolate treats from The Black Bean Cafe, Fogarty’s, Lindt, Nature’s Way, The Rising Tide, St. Joe’s, When Pigs Fly and more!
Admission: $5 for adults, $3 for children 12 and under