‘Once Upon A Mattress’

Matthew Thornton Elementary School’ Drama Club presents the musical “Once Upon a Mattress” April 23 and 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the school on Mammoth Road.

The play is presented by a cast taking on the roles of the famed Princess Winnifred and Prince Dauntless the Drab. The production features full costumes and songs.

Tickets are $5 for children and students, $8 for adults in advance; $5 for chidlren and students, $10 for adults at the door.

Take mystery out of reverse mortgages

Would a reverse mortgage help an aging loved one stay in their home and still meet expenses or are they really a scam?

If you would like to learn more, go to Leach Library Wednesday, April 30, at 6 p.m.

Paul Palen of Traditional Mortgage Inc. will help demystify reverse mortgages. This presentation is sponsored by the Town of Londonderry’s Elder Affairs Committee as part of its monthly educational series.

Get rid of household hazardous waste

Londonderry and Derry residents can participate in a spring household hazardous waste collection event May 3 from 9 a.m. to noon at West Running Brook Middle School.

Many toxic materials can be brought to the collection, including fertilizers, insect spray, pesticides, pool chemicals, antifreeze, gasoline, household cleaners, corrosives and solvents. Items not accepted include automotive or alkaline batteries, latex paints, explosives, used oil or infectious waste.

For a list of items that will be accepted visit derry-nh.org.

Federal grant funds station generator

The town is getting a $26,350 grant through the state to pay for a generator at the Central Fire Station.

Gov. Maggie Hassan and the Executive Council recently approved the grant, which is federally funded.

The station houses emergency communications and the generator will be used during power outages.

Sign up soon for Summer Media Camp

The Londonderry Access Center’s Beginner Summer Media Camp will be held July 14-25 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

This camp is open to students entering fifth through eighth grade in the fall of 2014. The camp is open to Londonderry residents first.

This is an exciting camp where kids will learn all aspects of video production. They will produce their own TV shows and have a screening of all their work at the end of the two weeks, for friends and family to see.

This camp is $35 for the entire two weeks. Payment must be received in order to reserve a space. Participants must be able to attend the entire camp.

Space is limited and this camp typically fills up fast, so be sure to reserve a spot today. Call Erin at 432-1147.

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