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Notes from the Heart...Harvest Moon Festival

On Sunday, October 3 (from 10 am - 4 pm) children and adults
are invited to come and learn about Native American crafts
and survival skills through hands-on instruction. A variety
of activities and entertainment are planned. Author Kent
Nerburn will be on hand to dedicate the museum’s new
arboretum and to sign his books,
Neither Wolf Nor Dog and
The Wolf at Twilight.

For those interested in trying something new, several craftspeople will be on hand
to demonstrate and teach participants different skills: Elizabeth Perry-traditional
twine bags; Micheline-decorated gourds; and Hilde Barnes- sweet grass and quill
earrings. Visitors can also make their own Corn Husk Doll and learn hands-on
survival skills with the White Mountain Primitives. Lunch is available featuring
Native style soups, stews, cornbread and more. Entry to museum galleries is
included in the price of an admission.
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, 18
Highlawn Road, Warner, NH 03278
 - ♥

This Week's Stories:

Feature: Tips for Maine Leaf Peeping
Planning a fall foliage trip to Maine? Here's what you  need to know: The leaves
show their color first in the extreme north, then  in the western mountains and
central valleys, and lastly in eastern,  coastal and southern locations.

Garden: October Gardening Tips
Harvesting winter squash and pumpkins, moving peonies, and shredding leaves
are some of the gardening activities for this month.

Recipe: Roasted Maine Lobster Tail on Braised Cabbage and Corn Bread

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Greetings from
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of New England!

Notes from the Heart:
Harvest Moon Festival

Tips for Maine Leaf

Harvesting Pumpkins &
Other October Tips

Braised Lobster Tail

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