The annual WCA We Love it Here! Photography Contest is underway! Everyone is welcome to enter but photos must be taken in the Kearsarge-Sunapee region. Twelve winners will be chosen and featured in the WCA 2023 We Love it HERE! fundraising calendar. Deadline to enter is July 1.
The Wilmot Democratic Town Committee will host Lisa Doner, associate professor of environmental science and policy at Plymouth State University, for a discussion of how communities can prepare for and adapt to climate change.
This nonpartisan event is free and open to the public.
In her discussion, Professor Doner will explore ways that communities can increase their understanding of climate change and its potential impacts. With increased knowledge, communities can work together to prepare for change and develop hazard readiness plans.
Join the Wilmot Cemetery Trustees for an interpretation of Bunker Hill Cemetery, one of Wilmot’s most interesting sites. Free and open to the public. Reservations appreciated.
Wander Wilmot is a monthly outdoor program series that ventures into Wilmot’s natural and historic areas with an expert guide who excites our curiosity and interprets our encounters.
Don’t miss out on this sweet event! You take home a delicious treat or two prepared by a local baker and you support the work of the WCA with your purchase. Win-win!
Do you make a delicious pie? Consider making one or two or three for this fundraising event. Email Rachel for details.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the WCA has followed CDC and NH-DHHS guidance. To enhance visitor safety, the WCA recently installed a highly efficient ventilation system at the Red Barn. The system is effective at lowering the risk of exposure and reducing the spread of disease, especially when following current recommended guidelines.
All visitors to the Red Barn are encouraged to wear a mask and social distance because we are in an area of high transmission.
Masks are available at the Red Barn.
Thank you for your cooperation.