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June 5, 2014

Salem bridge to close for the summer

SALEM — The Shannon Road Bridge over Providence Hill Brook will be closed for reconstruction starting Monday, June 16.

Shannon Road will be closed to through traffic between Providence Hill Road and Atkinson Road. Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes. Reconstruction and road closure are expected to continue into late August .

Information regarding the project will be available on the town’s project web site, salemnhprojects.org by clicking on the ‘Engineering’ page.

Contact Robert Puff, Director of Engineering, at 890-2033 or rpuff@ci.salem.nh.us.

Enjoy strawberries, crafts in Hampstead

HAMPSTEAD — Hampstead Congregational Church will host its annual craft fair and strawberry festival Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

There will be raffles, games, baked goods and strawberry shortcake.

The church is at 61 Main St. Visit hampsteaducc.org or call 329-6985.

Shop for the garden on Saturday

SANDOWN — The Sandown Garden Club’s seventh annual Herb and Plant Sale is Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. next to the fire station on Main Street.

Shop for organic herbs, perennials and shrubs. Shop early for the best selection.

Club members will be available to answer questions. Visit sandowngardenclub.org.

Police offer rape defense classes

PELHAM — The Pelham Police Department will be hosting a free Rape Aggression Defense class for women. The class is designed to empower women through self-defense, awareness, and avoidance.

It’s a three-night course and will be held June 16, 18 and 23. Participants have to attend each class in order to successfully pass the course. Classes will be held at the Pelham Police Department. Classes begin at 6 p.m. and end at approximately 10 p.m.

Anyone interested in participating in the class should contact Officer David G. DeRoche at 635-2411, Ext. 4005, or dderoche@pelhampolice.com.

Planning Commission has annual meeting

HAMPTON — The Rockingham Planning Commission will hold its annual meeting on Wednesday to recognize its past year of work and hear from a guest speaker.

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