SALEM — The Salem Farmers Market will begin its winter season Sunday.
The market will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Lake Street Garden Center, 37 Lake St.
The market will be open every Sunday through Dec. 23. It will be open twice a month from January through May.
The products offered include vegetables, apples, raw milk, yogurt, cheese, granola, gluten-free products, honey, maple syrup, coffees, local wine and assorted baked treats.
Go to salemnhfarmersmarket.com to sign up for a market newsletter. More information can be found at
hosts craft fair
KINGSTON — D.J. Bakie School presents its third annual Vendor/Craft Fair Saturday at Sanborn Regional High School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Close to 50 crafters and vendors will showcase their handiwork and products, including: Tastefully Simple, Scentsy, Lia Sophia, handmade artwork, quilts, blankets, sweaters, homemade syrup and much more.
There also will be plenty to entertain children, including “Fairy Making Houses,” face-painting, tattoos and many affordable items for the child’s small Christmas shopping budget.
‘Grail Mania’ hits Hampstead library
HAMPSTEAD — “Grail Mania: 21st Century Retelling of 12th Century Heresy” will be at Hampstead Public Library on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Join author Diana Durham as she helps the audience act out scenes from her new retelling of the medieval saga of the Holy Grail. Among the characters featured in Durham’s presentation are the young, impulsive knight, Perceval, King Arthur, Merlin and others from the Arthurian legends.
Durham is the author of “The Return of King Arthur”. She speaks and runs workshops about the Arthurian and Grail legends and what their meaning is.
This program is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the New Hampshire Humanities council and presented by the Friends of the Hampstead Public Library. Refreshments will follow the program. Members of the Friends are invited to stay for the regular monthly meeting of the organization following the program.