Reminder: Annual household hazardous waste collection on Saturday

Mason residents may bring hazardous household waste for safe disposal to the Wilton Recycling Center on Saturday, June 24, from 8am-12pm.

Clean Harbors will be on site to coordinate disposal. To download a list of hazardous household items that you can bring to the collection, go to: http://www.wiltonnh.gov/sites/wiltonnh/files/file/file/june_2017_-_hazardous_waste_collection_day.pdf

For more information about the Wilton Recycling Center, including an information booklet that lists the items you can bring to the center anytime, go to: http://www.wiltonnh.gov/recycling-center

If you have questions, call the Wilton Recycling Center at 654-6150.

Household hazardous waste collection on June 24

Mason residents may bring hazardous household waste for safe disposal to the Wilton Recycling Center on Saturday, June 24, from 8am-12pm.

Clean Harbors will be on site to coordinate disposal. To download a list of hazardous household items that you can bring to the collection, go to: http://www.wiltonnh.gov/sites/wiltonnh/files/file/file/june_2017_-_hazardous_waste_collection_day.pdf

For more information about the Wilton Recycling Center, including an information booklet that lists the items you can bring to the center anytime, go to: http://www.wiltonnh.gov/recycling-center

If you have questions, call the Wilton Recycling Center at 654-6150.

Benefit concert on Saturday at Mason Congregational Church

On Saturday, June 17, internationally known guitarist and composer Hiroya Tsukamoto, award-winning singer/songwriter Jane Fallon, and The Wicked Good Old Boys, a duo of classical flute and guitar, will perform at the Living Room Coffee House in Mason for a fundraiser to benefit the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry in Greenville, NH. The concert begins at 7pm. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children under 11, and free for children under 4.

Hiroya is a one-of-a-kind composer, guitarist, and singer/songwriter originally from Kyoto, Japan, and now living in New York City. He began playing the five-string banjo when he was thirteen, learning from an old bluegrass recording by Earl Scruggs, and took up the guitar a year or so later. In 2000, Hiroya received a scholarship to Berklee College of Music and came to the United States. There, he founded a group of musicians from various continents and made several recordings with the group, in addition to several solo CDs. He performs in the U.S. and internationally more than 100 concerts each year, both solo and accompanied, and has had several appearances at Blue Note in New York City with his group and on Japanese National Television.

His music reflects his love of music from various places and genres, from traditional Japanese folk songs to bluegrass and jazz, as well as his personal warmth and tranquility. Visit Hiroya at: http://hiroyatsukamoto.com/

Community Supper details for Thursday

Community Supper, Thursday, June 8 from 5:30 til 7:00 at Fellowship Hall, Mason Church…

Mason Firefighters and EMTs will be grilling hamburgers, hot dogs and veggie burgers! Freshly made green salad, desserts and beverages also will be served. Bring your family – let someone else cook.

A fire truck will be there, too!

The supper continues to be free, but donations allow the monthly meal to continue. As always, canned or dry goods are collected for the Food Bank in Greenville, which is available for Mason residents.

Questions? Want to help? Contact Barbara DeVore at 732.3761 or leahcha@yahoo.com.