WINDHAM — Elite Feet Artists Company, a dance and fitness studio, has opened at 4 Cobbetts Pond Road, the Community Development Department announced.
Amy Trager is owner and artistic director.
For more information, visit EliteFeetArtists.com.
Get your fill of holiday cookies
SALEM — First Congregational Church is selling a variety of homemade cookies at a Cookie Walk on Saturday.
Festive sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies and many other cookies will be for sale. All proceeds from the cookie walk go to The Scott Marino fund to upgrade the church’s back entrance to be handicapped accessible.
The church is located at 15 Lawrence Road. For more information, call 893-3421.
Time to think about a summer job
PLAISTOW — Plaistow Summer Recreation is now accepting applications for various summer programs.
Temporary positions are available for the following positions: summer recreation director, assistant directors and counselors.
The summer program runs for six weeks, from Monday through Friday. Applicants must have enthusiasm, patience and great leadership qualities.
Forward your resume along with your application to: Recreation Department, Town of Plaistow,145 Main St., Plaistow, 03865. Call 382-5200, Ext. 18, with any questions.
Village ordinance proposal gets hearing
WINDHAM — The Planning Board will hold a hearing at 7 p.m. Wednesday to consider revisions to the Village Center ordinance.
The hearing is at the Community Development offices, 3 North Lowell Road.
More information is available at windhamnewhampshire.com or at the offices. Call 432-3806 with questions.
PELHAM — The Parks and Recreation coloring and drawing contest for children ages 3 to 12 continues through Dec. 21.
Prizes are Barnes & Noble gift cards.
Visit pelhamweb.com/recreation for more information.