Grand View hosts fair
With safety guidelines in place, residents at Grand View Estates, 2 Golen Drive, host a fair, offering a big variety of handcrafted items and gifts created by residents.
The fair is Saturday, Oct. 17, from 2 to 5 p.m.
The annual fair is a popular draw, and this year visitors are asked to wear masks. Masks will be provided the day of the event. Items for sale include handmade ornaments, knitted scarves, hats, baby clothes, doll clothes, and other unique items. Items to be raffled include an Irish knit afghan, knitted wreath and flower arrangements.
All are invited to attend. Proceeds will go to support charitable organizations and projects in the area.
Supervisors in session
The Supervisors of the Voter Checklist will meet at the Town Clerk’s office to correct the checklist and register voters on Oct. 28, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 28 is also the last day to register to vote prior to election day. Same-day registration will be available on election day as well. To register to vote, one must provide: proof of Londonderry residency; proof of citizenship (passport, birth certificate, naturalization papers); proof of age; photo ID.
Applicants for registration who possess proof of identity, age, citizenship, and domicile should bring that proof when they come to register. Qualified applicants who do not possess proof or who do not bring proof with them may register if they sign an affidavit attesting to their qualifications for identity, age, domicile and citizenship.
Town hosts Halloween
The town's Halloween trick-or-treat hours are Saturday, Oct. 31, 6 to 8 p.m. The town urges everyone to play it safe this year and follow guidelines for Halloween night. Guidelines include: Turn off house lights if you choose not to participate; for those choosing to give out treats, provide only individually wrapped items; have hand sanitizer available to use in between providing treats; wear a face covering; do not hand treats to children directly, find a socially distant manner like leaving treats outside on a table or doorstep; do not allow children to reach into the same treat bowl. Consider spreading out treats on a table or porch for children to grab individually.
For trick-or-treaters, wear a protective face covering even if a costume mask is worn; remain in small groups, preferably with family members within your neighborhood; find ways to remain 6-feet apart; avoid large groups, do not go into homes, carry hand sanitizer and use it frequently; stay at home if you are feeling ill or have come into contact with some who may have COVID-19.