Early Music in These Here Parts

If we were living in northern New England 150 years ago, what music might we have sung, or played, or heard? How about 250 years ago in the mid-1700s? Did you know the first book printed in the colonies was … Continue reading

Banjos, Bones & Ballads

Traditional songs, rich in local history and a sense of place help us interpret present-day life with an understanding of the working people who built our country. Jeff Warner presents songs from the lumber camps, fishing villages and mountaintops of … Continue reading

Taylor Welcomes New Employee

Taylor CEO Bob Selig is pleased to announce that Danielle Bertagna has joined the community as the Assisted Living Outreach and Admissions Counselor. Her primary focus is Assisted Living and Memory Care and in this capacity, she’ll work with seniors … Continue reading

Jeremy Belknap and Early Laconia

Wednesday, April 22 at 6:30 p.m. Taylor Community will help to celebrate the 385th Anniversary of the Signing of the Laconia Grant by welcoming back Pat Tierney, who will present a program on “Jeremy Belknap and Early Laconia,” the second … Continue reading

The Laconia Grant of 1629

Monday, April 13 at 3 p.m. Taylor Community will help to celebrate the 385th Anniversary of the Signing of the Laconia Grant by welcoming Pat Tierney, who will present a history lesson and discussion about the Laconia Grant of 1629.  “This … Continue reading

The Laconia Grant of 1629

Monday, April 13 at 2 p.m. Taylor Community will help to celebrate the 385th Anniversary of the Signing of the Laconia Grant by welcoming Pat Tierney, who will present a history lesson and discussion about the Laconia Grant of 1629.  … Continue reading

Celebrate St. Paddy’s With Sands of Time

Join the fun as Taylor Community welcomes The Sands of Time, Tuesday, March 17 at 3 p.m. With Trisha leading the way and Jim on guitar, this duo has harmonized together for several years. With musical selections ranging from the … Continue reading