'Scenes of Rockingham' calendar now on sale

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ROCKINGHAM >> The 2017 "Scenes of Rockingham" calendar is now available for purchase at the Rockingham Free Public Library and the Rockingham Town Clerk's office.

The calendar features the winning entries from the recent Friends of the Library calendar photo contest. The color photos were all taken in the town of Rockingham and represent the current events and beauty of the area. Listed below are the winning contestants' names along with the title of each local outdoor photo:

New Year's Resolution – Michele Ohayon

Nature's Matrix – Olivia Lauracella

Ice Fishing on the Connecticut – Ian Montgomery

Sheep in Spring – Susan Lampe-Wilson

Wildflower Tapestry – Rebecca Haas

Vermont Laundry Line – Polly Montgomery

Saxtons River Fourth of July Parade – Ian Montgomery

Old Home Days Fireworks – Alan Fowler

Looking Across the Connecticut – Rebecca Haas

The Rockingham Meeting House – Donald Kalfus

Fog, Fall Mountain and Railroad Bridge – Rebecca Haas

First Snow – Susan Lampe Wilson

Enjoy the splendor of these local scenes throughout the coming year. Share them as gifts. The price of each calendar is $15. Checks should be made out to Friends of Rockingham Library. All proceeds will benefit the Rockingham Library.

The Friends of the Rockingham Library is a non-profit organization whose mission is to: Focus public attention on Library services and needs; Promote the use of Library resources and programs; Enhance Library services by providing funding and volunteers.

For more information about the calendar, call 802-463-4270, email programming@rockinghamlibrary.org , go to www.rockinghamlibrary.org or stop by the library at 65 Westminster St. in Bellows Falls. To find out how to join the Friends of the Rockingham Library, email friends@rockinghamlibrary.org, call 802-463-4270 or stop by the library.


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