Next Community Supper on Sept. 13

NO Community Supper this month as workers are busy with the 250th Celebration on August 25.

Mark your calendar for Community Supper on Thursday, September 13, from 5:30 to 7:00 in Fellowship Hall at Mason’s Church.

Questions? Want to volunteer? Call Barbara DeVore at 603.732.3761.

Andy’s Summer Playhouse event schedule for Saturday

Andy’s Summer Playhouse returns on Saturday, August 4, for three events at Mason Town Hall, its original home in Mason. (For details, see below or go to http://masonnh.us.)

  • At 3:30 — “Out of Your Seat, Onto Your Feet,” a physical theater workshop appropriate for AGES 8 and up and families with Bill Williams, Andy’s co-founder.
  • At 5:00 — “My Hero” touring show is free; donations welcome.
  • At 6:00 — Andy’s Origins Hour with Bill and Andy’s alumni share how Andy’s impacted their lives and community. Celebrate how Mason launched Andy’s in 1971 and how the legacy is still growing during the 48th season, based in Wilton.

Funding provided through the NH State Council on the Arts.

Contact Barbara DeVore at Mason250thCelebration@yahoo.com or 603.732.3761 for more information.

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Andy’s Summer Playhouse event schedule for Aug. 4

Andy’s Summer Playhouse returns on Saturday, August 4 for three events at Mason Town Hall, its original home in Mason. (For details, see below or go to http://masonnh.us.)

  • At 3:30 — “Out of Your Seat, Onto Your Feet,” a physical theater workshop appropriate for AGES 8 and up and families with Bill Williams, Andy’s co-founder.
  • At 5:00 — “My Hero” touring show is free; donations welcome.
  • At 6:00 — Andy’s Origins Hour with Bill and Andy’s alumni share how Andy’s impacted their lives and community. Celebrate how Mason launched Andy’s in 1971 and how the legacy is still growing during the 48th season, based in Wilton.

Funding provided through the NH State Council on the Arts.

Contact Barbara DeVore at Mason250thCelebration@yahoo.com or 603.732.3761 for more information.

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Board & committee members needed immediately

The town of Mason seeks members for the following:

  • Planning Board: Responsible for maintaining and updating the town’s Zoning, Subdivision, Site Plan, Master Plan and other associated documents.  Hears land owners’ development plans and ensuring that they meet the ordinances and regulations.
  • Zoning Board of Adjustment: Processes applications for special exceptions and/or variances from the zoning ordinance, and appeals from decisions of the Planning Board, Building Inspector, and Board of Selectmen.
  • Forestry Committee

If you are interested, please contact the Board of Selectmen’s office.

Household hazardous waste collection on Sat., July 28

Mason residents may bring hazardous household waste for safe disposal to the Wilton Recycling Center on Saturday, July 28, from 9am-2pm. You must have a sticker on your vehicle to participate. If you have questions, call the Wilton Recycling Center at 654-6150.

Acceptable items

To view a list of hazardous household items that you can bring to the collection, go to: http://www.wiltonnh.gov/recycling-center/events/23936

Stickers

Stickers are free of charge and may be picked up at the Recycling Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You need your vehicle registration or proof of residency in a member town to receive your sticker. Up to two stickers per household will be permitted. For more information, including a list of the center’s hours, go to: http://www.wiltonnh.gov/recycling-center

Community Supper details for Thursday

Back by popular demand! Summer menu will be served on Thursday, July 12, from 5:30 until 7:00 in Fellowship Hall at Mason Congregational Church.

  • Three salads ~ Shrimp, Chicken and Broccoli
  • Blueberry/Orange Bread
  • Watermelon, Cake, Cookies
  • Lemonade and Water

The meal is free, but donations allow this community based event to continue. Leftover food is sent to the food bank in Greenville, along with donated dry and canned goods. Many families, including in Mason, are finding it difficult to feed children, as school breakfasts and lunches are not available in summer.

NO August Community Supper as all workers are involved with Mason’s 250th Celebration on Saturday, August 25.

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