Smokey Bear’s 75th birthday celebration on Tuesday, Jul. 16

On Tuesday, July 16, Mason Public Library will be commemorating Smokey Bear’s 75th birthday with activities for children:

  • Meet & greet with Smokey Bear
  • Touch-A-Truck
  • Activities

For more information, contact Mason Public Library.


40 year celebration of Bronson Potter’s trestle airplane stunt

Friday, Aug. 9 at 7 p.m.
Mason Town Hall
7 Meetinghouse Hill Road
Mason, N.H.

MASON, N.H.—It was a highlight of the summer of 1979: an aerial stunt that attracted crowds from throughout the region.

It was a local pilot’s daring flight under the huge railroad trestle that once spanned the Souhegan River in Greenville.

The spectacular feat took place on July 22, 1979, and those who saw “The Great Greenville Trestle Fly-Under” will not soon forget.

Now, 40 years later, everyone who wasn’t there can experience local inventor/pilot Bronson Potter’s legendary feat, as motion picture footage of the event has surfaced.

Taken by local resident Dave Morrison, the long unseen 8mm home movie footage will receive its public world premiere showing on Friday, Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. at Mason Town Hall, 7 Meetinghouse Hill Road, Mason, N.H.

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Vendors wanted for Holiday Craft Fair

Vendor applications are being accepted for Mason’s Holiday Craft Fair on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fair will be held at Mason Town Hall, 7 Meetinghouse Hill Rd., and all profits will benefit Mason Public Library.

Vendors must supply locally handcrafted items. Click here to download a vendor application. For more information, contact Martha Ward at 801-1748 or wardreader@gmail.com.


Call for volunteers at Wilton Recycling Center

The Wilton Recycling Center needs YOU to roll up your sleeves and join the effort to restore its efficiency, cleanliness and usefulness. (Click here to download the flyer.)

Five towns use the Center, and when we join together and work with the local Sanitation Commission to clean up and organize the Center it will be more efficient, effective and will regain its ranking as Best in State!

We need ideas, sweepers, shovels, carpenters, strong backs, willing hands, gardeners, donations of perennial shrubs and trees (zone 5 hardy), etc.

Contact Stasia Millett for information and a commitment to help get the Center into shape. 654-2186 or sbmillett@tds.net

THANK YOU!


Voting results (March 2019)


Historic building assessment on the Town Hall

As approved by voters at the annual town meeting in March 2018, the historical building assessment on Mason’s town hall has been completed. Click here to download the report from Weller & Michal Architects Inc.