Olive Oil Lecture, June 4

Kathy and Saverino “Sandy” Correale opened Orazio’s Gourmet Oils in Wolfeboro a year ago. The business offers high-quality imported olive oils from around the world as well as balsamic vinegars from Modena, Italy. Orazio’s has more than 50 varieties of … Continue reading

Pontine Theater Presentation, June 6

Have you ever wandered the streets of Portsmouth, NH, curious about the lives of the men and women who once graced the impressive mansions; sailed to foreign lands from the wharves along the riverfront; or traded in the shops around … Continue reading

Free Estate Planning Seminar, May 25

Join us Friday, May 25 at 11 a.m. on our Back Bay Campus, Wolfeboro, for a free Estate Planning seminar. Enjoy a lite lunch and get solid advice from Attorney Judith Bomster. RSVP today by calling 366-1400.

Early Morning Exercise Begins May 14

Enjoy the beautiful spring weather and get fit with Early Morning Exercise. This 30-minute outdoor class is designed to help you feel good, meet your health and fitness goals and get it all done before work or daily activities take … Continue reading

Maine Author Tim Caverly, May 23

Tim Caverly is a Maine author who has written and published eight books about Maine’s Northern Forest. Tim has lived in the four corners of Maine. He spend 32 years as a park ranger and accompanied his fire warden father … Continue reading

Woodside Therapy Pool Open to Public

Did you know Taylor Community’s Woodside Therapy Pool is open to the public at various times, seven day a week? The cost is only $35/month. For more information, contact our Fitness and Aquatics Coordinator Lena Nirk at 366-1405. Click here … Continue reading

Stay Safe & Secure Online, May 9

Ralph Wegner, information security and continuity manager for Bank of New Hampshire, presents invaluable information about staying safe and secure online, Wednesday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m. in Taylor Community’s Woodside Building. This free event is open to the public. … Continue reading

WMUR’s Haley LaPoint, May 2

Born and raised north of Topsfield, Mass., Haley LaPoint has been interested in weather since she was a young child. She would often spend hours in front of the family camcorder with a large map pointing out the next big … Continue reading

Next Taylor Concert April 29

The 2018 Taylor Community Concert Series, sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire, continues Sunday, April 29 at 3 p.m. with Clarinetist Matthew Marsit and Pianist Annemieke McLane. Their program will feature music by Camille Saint-Saëns, Gerald Finzi and Johannes Brahms. … Continue reading

Swenson Granite Works History, April 26

Join us Thursday, April 26 at 7 p.m. in Taylor Community’s Woodside Building as David Dufour shares the history of Swenson Granite – a business that has been quarrying and cutting granite in New England since 1883.  Founded by Swedish … Continue reading