---- — Chamber supports Arthritis Walk
LONDONDERRY — The Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber is supporting the local Arthritis Foundation Walk at Mack’s Apples on Saturday, May 18.
The event provides an opportunity for local businesses in Southern New Hampshire to reserve a booth and make a difference in creating a pain-free world for children and adults who suffer every day living with arthritis.
Registration starts at noon, the walk at 1 p.m.
Mack’s is at 230 Mammoth Road. Arthritis Walk is a celebration of year-round movement. It is building awareness for this debilitating disease and raising necessary funds to drive arthritis research, education and life improvement programs; it also continues the Arthritis Foundation’s search to find a cure to the nation’s leading cause of disability.
For more help or information about the Arthritis Walk, contact Patti Maccabe at email@example.com or call 800-639-2113.
Learn energy savings for your home
DERRY _ Learn all about Energy Savings for the Home Saturday, May 18, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Derry Public Library.
The free seminar is sponsored by the Derry Energy and Environmental Advisory Committee.
Learn about simple things you can do to save energy and money next heating season by reducing heat loss due to air infiltration, inefficient windows and attic insulation.
For more information, call Tom Minnon at 721-2994.
The library is at 64 East Broadway.
Get tickets soon for Taste of the Town
Local restaurants, food businesses and wine vendors will be in the spotlight again during this year’s Taste of the Town.
The Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual food and wine fest on May 23 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire, 27 Navigator Road, Londonderry.
The night includes wines to sample, and food prepared by local businesses and restaurants.
Other specialty items may be featured, including baked goods and other treats, along with raffles and other prizes.
Pianist Steve Aubert will provide music throughout the evening. This year’s event also takes place in a new venue, the Aviation Museum, helping the Chamber branch out and host events in different locations.
The museum is operated by the New Hampshire Aviation Historical Society and includes Manchester Airport’s historic 1937 terminal building and the Slusser Aviation Learning Center, providing historical displays, artifacts and information on the area’s aviation history.
Tickets for Taste of the Town are on sale now at $30 per person and available at the Chamber office, 29 West Broadway, Derry. For information, call 432-8205 or visit GDLChamber.org.