Calendar module icon

Calendar

WELCOME to the calendar section! Here you can find: upcoming Public Meetings; a town-wide Bow Community Calendar for charitable, educational, and cultural events; and special events organized by the Parks & Recreation Department. You can view all the calendars at the same time, or select just the ones you want to look at. Sign up for email or text message updates through the NotifyMe® Center. And send us details about your upcoming event for the Bow Community Calendar.

Bow Community Calendar

  1. Imagine That! (The Fire Station)

    October 13, 2018, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ Baker Free Library

    A new, interactive program for families, Imagine That offers children the opportunity to engage in dramatic play at the library. Stop in for a story and a snack. In honor of fire prevention week, we're learning all about the fire station! Listen to a story, make a simple craft, and race your friends in our fire safety relay. Registration is required.

    More Details
  2. Annual Lobster Festival hosted by the Bow Community Men's Club

    October 13, 2018, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Bow Community Building

    Fresh off the Boat 1 1/2 lb. Lobster, Bowl of Fresh Clams, and Clam Chowdah or a Chicken dinner with 1/2 a Barbecue Chicken and Potato Salad. Both meals include Fresh New Hampshire Corn on the Cob, Dessert and Beverage. Kids Plate consist of a Hot Dog, Chips, Corn on the Cob and Beverage.

    More Details

Parks & Recreation

  1. Preschool Soccer

    October 13, 2018, 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM @ Sargent Park

    This five-week session will include soccer skills, drills, and mini games

    More Details
  2. Trail Care Day with Bow Open Spaces!

    October 13, 2018, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Bow Community Building

    Celebrate fall by giving a little love to the trails you enjoy so much! A great opportunity to have FUN, meet other trail users and learn about all things trails! Activities include easy brush trimming (Nottingcook, Knox, School Forests), painting trail markers on trees (School Forest), applying anti-slip material to bridges (Knox and School Forests), staining part of kiosk (Branch Londonderry Turnpike), sidehilling (bench cutting) on Miss Putney, improving bridge access (Miss Putney), etc. Bring a snack, beverage, gloves, as well as some of the following tools: saw, hammer, tin snips/wire cutters, loppers, pole trimmer, and/or other tree trimming tools, etc. For more information or to tell us you plan to come, contact Hilary Warner (223-9940 call/text)

    More Details