KINGSTON — Residents are invited to visit the Tucker and French Family Forest tomorrow.
The 9 a.m. tour will be led by representatives from the Southeast Land Trust. The property encompasses more than 400 acres along Little River in Kingston and Danville, including 29 acres added in December.
The tour involves walking more than a mile on snow-covered trails to see the results of recent wildlife habitat management work, visiting an old mill site and examining animal tracks.
The tour will be led by the trust’s land manager, Phil Auger, and Emma Carcagno, a University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension wildlife biologist and member of the land trust’s board.
Anyone interested in taking the tour must sign up in advance by calling the land trust office at 778-6088 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sandown Garden Club offers open house
SANDOWN — The Sandown Garden Club will host an open house March 2 at the Sandown Recreation Center.
The open house, from 2 to 4 p.m., will be an opportunity for the public to meet club members and ask questions about gardening and club membership.
Refreshments and free information on gardening will be available. For more information on the open house, call Audrey at 887-3743 and Kathy at 382-3703 for details on membership.
The club’s website is sandowngardenclub.org.
Friends of Library meets in Plaistow
PLAISTOW— The Friends of the Library will meet March 4 at 6 p.m. at Plaistow Public Library. New members are welcome. For more information, contact the library at 382-6011.
Database to help Windham
WINDHAM — The town’s community development staff has created a database of town businesses and nonprofit groups.
More than 450 organizations are represented. Visit windham-nh.com/business-directory.
Learn digital photography in Pelham
PELHAM — Pelham Parks and Recreation is offering a digital photography course.
Classes will be for seven weeks at Pelham High, beginning April 8. The course is for adult beginners, ages 18 and up. The cost is $65.