Sorry folks, the Lilacs won't be blooming in Farmington today! Due to the impending Nor'easter which promises to keep us all snowbound, the Farmington Historical Society is cancelling its monthly meeting and presentation by Guy Guinta Jr of the Governor's Lilac and Wildflower Commission.
The presentation will be rescheduled for our October 7 Meeting. We know the lilacs will be in the past, rather than in the near future at that time, but the talk will be still as exciting and will give us all something to look forward to for the next spring.
So, until then, think about this coming spring and how beautiful our city and state will be when the lilacs are in bloom again.
Here are some pictures to help bring your mind back to spring!
Don Watson performs his songs about New Hampshire. Don Watson is a singer/songwriter from Gilford, NH, who’s music has been compared to John Denver, Jim Croce and Dan Fogelberg. His songs are upbeat, inspiring and easy on the ears. Don's newest project "Welcome Home New Hampshire" is a collection of songs based on people, places and events of the granite state. Don partnered with Steve Redic, a poet and historian from Candia, NH in the writing of these songs.
Friday, October 2 at 7:00 PM in the Henry Wilson Museum at the Goodwin Library