We are a peer group for those over 60. Seniors meet in the community room of the library every Wednesday except the first Wednesday of the month. 10:30 – 11:30 Bone Builders, dominos 10:30 – noon, noon, lunch. Second Wednesday at 12:30 BINGO for cash. Last Wednesday of the month, POKENO. SCRABBLE group Wednesdays at 12:30. The Mission of the Dunstable Council on Aging is to serve as a supportive family resource as emerging needs … Read the rest
Second Hand, Inc. will leave a box at the transfer station for recycling books, games and all media games and movies at no charge. This is a convenient way of diverting otherwise trash into the waste stream. All items will be taken to local non-profit organizations or sold on line to defray the cost of Second Hand, Inc. and to grow their reuse operations. Please remember that books, games and media items are the only … Read the rest
The Children’s Christmas Party will be held on December 4th with a bad weather date of December 11th. The Santa Parade will start at 12:00pm. The parade route is as follows: starting from the fire station: left on Pleasant, left on Pond, right on Parkhurst, left on Pond, left on Pleasant, left on Groton, right on School, left on Groton, right on Kemp, right on Adams, right on Pleasant, left on Brook, right on … Read the rest
This year’s calendar features the beautiful original artwork of pastel artist, Christine A. Chisholm. Chris is a Tyngsborough resident and a member of the DRLT.
The calendars will be available for $12.00 a piece at the Dunstable Library, the General Store, SeasonS at Calmore, Rose of Sharon at Blossom Hill and from the DRLT Directors.
All proceeds from the calendar sales go to the DRLT to protect the open space and preserve the rural … Read the rest
Events will be held at the Little Red Schoolhouse which is located on Route 113, near the Tyngsborough/ Dunstable Town Line.
Sunday, November 13th, 3 PM
Milly Cunningham will talk about her life growing up in Dunstable and her infamous quilting career on at the Schoolhouse. If you have friends that know Milly, please invite them. Milly presented her story at a Quilting Convention a year or so ago and I heard it – quite … Read the rest