The Londonderry Democratic Committee announced speakers for its annual Holiday Homecoming brunch and silent auction on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at The Coach Stop restaurant.
Speakers will include Congresswoman Carol Shea Porter, Executive Council member Chris Pappas, Rep. Lisa Whittemore, and N.H. Democratic Party Chairman Raymond Buckley.
“Join us to thank our elected officials and our wonderful volunteers for the great work they have done for New Hampshire,” president Tam Siekmann said. Tickets are $35 per person or $60 per couple and can be purchased at londonderrydems.org. For more information, call Siekmann at 785-1999.
Coalition of Care meets in Salem
SALEM — The Western Rockingham Coalition of Care will meet Wednesday to discuss homelessness and decreasing resources to help those in need.
The meeting is from 10:30 a.m. to noon at Triumphant Cross Church, 171 Zion Hill Road.
The coalition brings members of the community together to help meet the demands for housing, food and medical care in western Rockingham County.
For more information, contact David Yasenka at 275-6382 or Yaz23@comcast.net. More information is also available at Isaiah58-yaz.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/Isaiah58Ministries.
Windham selectmen work on budget
WINDHAM — Selectmen hold a budget workshop 7 p.m. Thursday in the Community Development offices, 3 North Lowell Road.
Health and human service agency requests will be reviewed.
Book group meets in Hampstead
HAMPSTEAD — The Hampstead Public Library Third Thursday book group will discuss “Call Me Amy” by Marcia Strykowski at 1 p.m. on Thursday.
Participants will have the added pleasure of the author joining the discussion.
The novel is about a teenage girl in Maine who helps rescue an injured seal pup. Newcomers are welcome to join the discussion.
For more information, call 329-6411.
Christmas dinner cooking in Salem
SALEM — A free Christmas Day dinner will be served to residents at the Knights of Columbus, 37 Main St.