Taylor Events

Musical Entertainment by Bob Rutherford, Oct. 10

Come along on a musical journey with the talented and entertaining Bob Rutherford. Back by popular demand, everyone enjoys Bob’s musical repertoire. This event is Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 6:30 p.m. in Taylor Community’s Woodside Building and is free and … Continue reading

Jonathan Lorentz Quartet, Sept. 23

The 2018 Taylor Community Concert Series, sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire, continues Sunday, Sept. 23 at 3 p.m. with the Jonathan Lorentz Quartet. Consisting of Jonathan Lorentz on saxophone; Chris Mega, Piano; William Craig, Bass; and Jared Steer, Drums, … Continue reading

Skywatch with the NH Astronomical Society, Sept. 25

The New Hampshire Astronomical Society is a wholly volunteer NH-chartered non-profit organization dedicated to furthering public awareness of Astronomy. Join us Tuesday, Sept 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Taylor Community’s Woodside Building for this free public indoor lecture by Paul … Continue reading

Wild Edible Discussion, Sept. 19

Learn about food from the forest and join a wild edible discussion from avid outdoorsman and 20-year Chef Jason Seavey. The discussion is Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 6:30 p.m. in Taylor Community’s Woodside Building. This free event is open to … Continue reading

Music with Red Gallagher, Sept. 12

Dennis “Red” Gallagher presents an upbeat show of music and humor. A true one-man-band, his sound is a combination of electric and acoustic guitar, harmonica, voice and electronic percussion. His musical repertoire spans jazz, blues, folk, country, rock and roll … Continue reading

David Hill’s 160-year-old Family Business

Join Taylor Community as Storyteller David Hill shares the tale of his 160-year-old family business. It all started with his namesake – David Andrews – building a water-powered sawmill in the 1800’s. Hill’s grandfather was the final family member to … Continue reading

Maine Author Tim Caverly at Back Bay

Maine Author Tim Caverly has written and published eight books about Maine’s northern forest. His second book, “An Allagash Haunting,” was adapted into a stage play. Additionally, seven of his short stories have been printed in newspapers, magazines and outdoor … Continue reading

Canvas & Cocktails, Aug. 29

You’re not an artist? That’s ok, Art Escape’s Canvas and Cocktails Class is the perfect way to enjoy an evening with your friends. You’ll receive a canvas, step by step directions and all the supplies needed to complete a canvas … Continue reading