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new brochure from Bow Parks & Recreation for all the Summer Programs. Bow Registration Day is June 1st, Open Registration Day is June 6, 2016. Check out their website at http://www.bow-nh.com/ Current Program brochures are always listed under the Community Tab of this website.
This week marked the closing of an incredible era of music under the loving teaching of Ms. JoAnn Willemssen as she, along with her 3rd Grade students presented the last concert of her prestigious career at Bow Elementary School where she has taught for 39 years!
BES Third Graders from 4 classes presented over two nights with their very own special touches as playwrights! Check out their amazing performances on our BES YouTube Channel. Performances from each evening are on their own playlists, BES Grade 3 Child of the World 5/24/2016 & 5/25/2016!
A big thank you to Ms. Willemssen's husband Bill, who we will sorely miss as our videographer as they both begin the Retirement Adventures.
Best of luck and Thank your for the Music!
Marty Kelley visited with classes throughout the day on in the BES Library! BES Students had a wonderful time and in
keeping with the themes of Mr. Kelley's books we decorated our doors and made special banners.
Take a minute to take a look at the special Trees created by BES students and staff! Thank you to the Bow PTO for funding this event!
RAIN OR SHINE - Bow Boy Scout Troop 75 is holding its annual yard sale fundraiser on , from at the Bow Community Center, 2 Knox Road, Bow. All proceeds from the yard sale go to support the troop’s activities throughout the year. Find great kitchen and household items, clothing, sports equipment, electronics, holiday decorations, and more. Donations can be dropped off at the Bow Community Center, 2 Knox Road, Bow, evenings in May between (No hazardous items, please). Or, visit www.bowscouts.org to schedule a pickup of larger items through SignupGenius, or email Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Thank you for your support of Troop 75!
automotive history and style, will be held on Saturday, May 14, between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The event, to be held in the field at 508 South Street, Bow, behind the Allied Insurance Agency offices and just north of Exit 1 off Interstate 89, will include a variety of cars, trucks and motorcycles reflecting the different eras of our motoring past. The spectator entry fee is just $3, with children under 12 and seniors over 70 admitted free.
All types of vehicles and motorcycles are welcome. Registration for each vehicle is $20. Registration can be on the day of the event or by submitting an entry form that can be found on Bow Rotary Car Show’s website, www.BowRotaryCarShow.com . A variety of 16 trophy awards will be presented, including categories for People’s Choice and Best of Show. Owners of the first 100 vehicles registered will receive a “Goodie Bag” and a dash plaque. Over 25 items will be raffled off. The goal for the event is to attract over 200 vehicle owners to participate this year.
The family friendly Car Show also features a Kids’ Car Park, a bouncy house, Angry Birds and other great activities for youngsters. All of these activities are free.
New this year, an offering of favorite breakfast and lunch selections will be served at Flo’s Café beginning at 8:00 a.m.
Bank’s Chevrolet, Merrimack County Savings Bank, Bond Auto Parts, The Concord Group and National Power Sports are major sponsors of the event. All proceeds from the event will be used to fund community and international projects of the Bow Rotary Club Foundation.
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