Next week, pending weather, of course, paving will occur on Rt. 4. Paving will start early, with equipment moving in around 6:30am, and ending close to 7pm. Those expecting to travel on Rt. 4 on June 4th should plan on adding some time to their trip. Our PD will be enforcing the detour for all thru-traffic, those that have a need to travel on Rt. 4 will be allowed, but should expect a delay. As I have stated before, in the morning, traffic moving westbound will have the preference and in the afternoon, traffic moving eastbound will have the preference. This is the last major piece of our Rt. 4 Water/Sewer extension project. The contractor will still be active for most of June putting the finishing touches on our project. When we have final financials
related to the project, I will publish them on our website. So far we are projected to be approximately $50,000 under the $3.2 million that was approved.
SAVE THE DATE! OLD HOME DAYS RETURN TO ENFIELD
The New Hampshire tradition of old home days, begun in the late 19th century, will once again be celebrated in Enfield! Save the dates of July 26, 27, and 28 for some old fashioned fun and a time to reconnect with neighbors and friends. The festivities will kick off with a band concert in Huse Park (rain location will be Enfield Village School). Main Street will be the center of Saturday’s daytime activities with the farmers’ market, library open house and ice cream social, scavenger hunt, and a tour of the Greeley House (red house on the corner of Main Street & Shaker Hill Road), currently undergoing restoration. The Stone Mill at Enfield Shaker Museum on Saturday evening will be the place to be with a dance for all ages. An old fashioned field day and hike up
Shaker Mountain will top off the fun filled weekend on Sunday. We hope this will become an annual event. If you have a suggestion or would like to help in any way, please contact Meredith Smith at email@example.com. Hope to see you in July at Old Home Days! Meredith Smith Chair, Enfield Heritage Commission
Regional Recreation Update:
The Enfield and Canaan Recreation Departments, and Mascoma Valley Parks & Recreation are gearing up for a fun-filled summer.~ Get your tickets to the NH Fisher Cats vs. Portland Sea Dogs (AA Boston Red Sox) game on June 30th.~ If you are busy on the 30th, don’t worry.~ These tickets are good for any game left in the regular season; you just trade in your ticket at the gate.~ Order forms are available at the Enfield and Canaan Town Offices, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request your Fisher Cats ticket order form.~ Adult
and youth summer reading programs will be starting up soon at the Enfield and Canaan Libraries, and be sure to check and see what the Shaker Museum has on their calendar of events for June.~ Save the date on June 8th from 9AM-2PM for the Canaan Town Library Plant Sale and the Spring Expo at Canaan Hardware.~ The sign-up for the Huse Park Summer Camp is happening now so hurry to get a slot, and watch the town websites for more information about swim lessons in Enfield and Canaan.~ And finally, dust off your running shoes and sign up for the 10th Annual Shaker 7 on June 23rd!~ The weather is starting to feel like summer and there is plenty to do in the Mascoma Valley.~ Not sure what’s going on this summer?~ Well make sure you get a copy of Play Mascoma Valley! which will be published the second week in June.~ PVM! will help you find a summer event or recreation program for you and your family.~ Hard copies of Play Mascoma
Valley! will be distributed to all the schools, and they will also be available at the Enfield and Canaan Town Offices.~ Look for the online version by the middle of next week on the town websites.~ Contact email@example.com for more information.~ Play on!~
Have a Great Week!!!