Salisbury news for Nov. 9
SALISBURY — As the autumn foliage blankets the town of Salisbury, residents are gearing up for a month filled with warmth and togetherness. With November in full swing, two exciting events are on the horizon that promise to enhance the fall spirit and foster community connections.
Salisbury Community Fall Potluck: On Saturday, Nov. 11, at 5:30 p.m., the Salisbury community invites anyone to gather at the Salisbury Community Meeting House, located at 853 Maple Street. This potluck is where neighbors bring their own place settings and a dish to share. It’s the perfect opportunity to savor a variety of homemade delights while seeing familiar faces and meeting new people.
Salisbury Free Public Library’s Thursday Crafternoons: Looking for a creative escape this fall? Join the Salisbury Free Public Library for their Thursday Crafternoons every week at 2 p.m. Located at 918 Maple Street, these gatherings are open to all ages, but children under 9 are requested to be accompanied by a supervising adult. Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or a beginner, these sessions provide the ideal setting to unwind, explore your artistic side, and connect with fellow community members.
Don’t miss these opportunities to embrace November and enjoy the warmth of Salisbury’s community. For additional Crafternoon and Library details, please visit the Salisbury Free Public Library.
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