Lyndeborough will hold its Annual Community Weekend on Saturday, August 9 and Sunday August 10. For details visit http://town.lyndeborough.nh.us/pages/LyndeboroughNH_Webdocs/events
On Saturday, August 9, 9:00 am to 7:00 pm at the Old Town Hall, 1131 Center Road the Lyndeborough Community Day and Silent Auction kicks off with scenes from a civil war encampment with the Layfayette Artillery. Bring the family to enjoy vendor craft tables, a flea market, silent auction, lunch, musical entertainment, a magical show, open mic opportunities and a steak dinner.
Thirteen talented residents will open their studios and farms to the public for the Lyndeborough Open Studio & Farm Tour on Sunday, August 10, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. You will find high level of artistic talent and creativity as well as great food and variety of farm businesses. For a list of farm and studio addresses, websites and contact information, visit
1. EJ’s Bakery, Judy Abbott, 654-9393, www.ejsbakerynh.com, 234 Center Road. Ed and Judy will sample out a variety of whoopee pies, quick breads, and cookies. Come and meet your neighbors and enjoy the spectacular views.
2. Paradise Farm, Wayne & Adrienne Colsia, 345-0860, www.paradisefarmnh.com, 468 Center Road. "Beautiful views accompany the serenity of this pretty farm where year round they raise their own grass-fed beef, lamb, pork, poultry, eggs, goat-milk, and honey. Fruits abound in the summer including PYO in the fall. We look forward to seeing you here!"
3. Ledge Top Farm, Tom Mitchell, 620-7302, www.ledgetopfarm.com, 487 Center Road, Wilton & Lyndeborough. Ledge Top Farm grows & sells chemically free vegetables, berries and eggs. Seasonal produce and berries will be available for sale.
4. Feel Good Farm, Larry & Sharon Boisvert, 654-2001, www.feelgoodfarminc.com, 54 Johnson Corner Road. What makes you feel happy? Picking blue berries, horse & buggy rides, and disc golf (Frisbee golf). Stop by and enjoy the farm, weather permitting.
5. Barb Wire Designs, Corey Cheever, 654-2887, www.barbwirestudio.com, 124 Purgatory Road. Creations in warm glass, stain glass panels, and glass repairs. Many pieces for sale on display. Stop in to see demonstrations of glass techniques or to discuss a special piece.
6. Schoen Woodworking, Chris Schoen, 540-6114, www.schoencustomwoodworking.com, 913 Mountain Road. Christopher Schoen has been creating fine cabinetry, furniture and restoring historic homes throughout New Hampshire and Pennsylvania since 1991. Stop in to meet Chris and to see some his beautiful handcrafted furniture.
7. The Maple Guys, Chris & Kim Pfeil, 654-9990, www.mapleguys.com, 311 Cram Hill Road. Visit our new location and enjoy a cup of fresh brewed maple sugar coffee while touring our operations. Maple syrup for sale.
8. United Church of Lyndeborough, 1139 Center Rd. The first service was held here in November 1837 and services are still held in the church during the summer. Some changes have occurred over the years, but much of what made the building unique remains including: a concave sanctuary wall, ornate gas light fixtures, a beautiful mural, and stenciled walls. Note: Open at 10:30 am (after services) – 3 pm.
9. Maple Lane Pies, Karen Grybko & Richard Herfurth, 654-5362, www.maplelanepies.com. 24 Maple Lane. Samples and sales of Karen’s famous homemade pies, salsa’s, and pickles will be available as well as a petting farm with all types of farm animals. Sicilian miniature donkeys are raised at the farm.
10. 44 BIKES® Kristofer Henry, 654-2005, www.44bikes.com, 62 Old Temple Road. Kris pours all of his passion and experience into designing and building handcrafted, custom tig welded bicycles. He builds a wide array of custom bicycles including mountain, cyclocross, road, touring and snow bicycles (aka "fat bikes"). Mountain bikes are his specialty. Many bicycles will be on hand for you to check out!
11. Almost There Farm, Kim Snow, (603) 654-6665, http://www.almosttherefarm.com, 233 Old Temple Road. The farm is a family run horse farm offering boarding, natural horsemanship training, & riding lessons. We offer a large outdoor arena, access to trails for our riders and large paddocks with free choice hay for their horses.
12. Fishn Shanty & Redneck Farm, Greg & Carol Otto, 654-2883, 340 Winn Rd. Check out The Fishn Shanty’s variety of hunting & fishing supplies, sporting goods & bait. Hunting licenses sold. Redneck Farm offers local produce for sale.
13. Brooks Post & Beam, Paul Freeman, 654-3210, www.brookspostandbeam.com, 208 Pettingill Hill Road. Brooks Post & Beam has been designing and building timber frame homes and barns since 1967. Our biggest success has been the development of the first computer controlled timber cutting machine in the world! We are a small company limiting ourselves to just 12-18 projects per year in an effort to maintain a sustainable business, control quality and maintain a more personal relationship with our clients. Plan to stop by for a tour, learn more about our process and custom work, and how we might help you to create a beautiful home or barn.
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