The Woodstock Extension group met last week at the Town Conference Room. Material on con-tainer gardening was handed out and discussed. Next meeting is a trip to the Wrinkle in Tyme farm. Take a brown bag lunch and meet at the Grange Hall at 10:30 a.m. on May 19.
Senior College had an event coming up on Thursday, May 6, from 5:30 to 6 p.m. at Mahoosuc Mountain Lodge in Newry, and anyone interested is invited. Polly Mahoney, Registered Maine Guide, will present a slide show and share her experiences of her trip through Mongolia on horse-back. Admission is free. You are also invited to stay after the program for a potluck supper. If you plan to stay for the supper, please bring a dish to share. To reach the lodge, take Route 2 and 26 to Newry for six miles and continue on 26 North for seven more miles. You’ll see the lodge on the right at 1513 Bear River Road. If you want more information, call Bonnie Pooley at 824-2236.
Services at the Baptist Church are Sunday school at 9:15 a.m., morning worship at 10:30 a.m., eve-ning service at 6 p.m. Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. is youth group and 6:30 is prayer meeting. Looking ahead, May 8 at 7 a.m. is Men’s breakfast fellowship, and 9 a.m. is Vacation Bible School meeting. May 30 is fifth Sunday lunch and afternoon service. Greg and Janet Peterson, missionaries to Zam-bia, Africa, will be here that day.
The Woodstock-Greenwood Senior Citizens will meet on Thursday, May l6 (today) at the Grange Hall. Dinner will be served by the Grange and the program will be performed by the Woodstock Elementary School music students. New members always welcome.
Judith Grover tent 17 DUVCW will meet on Monday, May 10, at the Grange Hall for a regular met-ing and make final plans for the Memorial Day.
The Woodstock High School Alumni will hold a meeting on May 6 (today) at 3:30 p.m. at Dottie Heath’s on Old County Road, to plan the Alumni Banquet, which will be held on Saturday, June 12, at the American Legion Hall in Locke Mills.
Several members of the Judith Grover tent 17 DUVCW attended a meeting with tent 19 at Marilyn Jones’ apartment on Wednesday, April 28.
Woodstock Historical Society
The Woodstock Historical Society Museum has fine exhibits of all kinds. Great glass and china; the pieces are varied and colorful. There is a set of Chelseaware, rare old china, and glass form Ruby to Peachblow. Some of them are certain to appeal to you. Their meeting is May 8 at the mu-seum at 6 p.m. They hope Cubby Swan will speak on the tramp. They have lots of cookbooks at the museum you may copy recipes from if you wish.
The New England Cultural Center features art form the region and a nice variety of other things. Letters from five U.S. Presidents and the Billings family genealogy ranges from a King of England to New Hampshire governors to soldiers at Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill. It has the ideal collection of exhibits according to Larry Billings. Do visit during the week.