Bulletin board, published daily, lists upcoming events in the region open to the public. For best bets in the world of arts and entertainment, check out the calendar in the Spotlight section of ELF every Thursday. Events and activities listed below take place Saturday, June 15.

Talks and classes

Elements of Novel Workshop, with award winning novelist Eileen Charbonneau, $5 per session, 11 a.m., Village Square Book Sellers, 32 the Square, Bellows Falls. 802-463-9404.

Community Forum on Dublin Lake, Felicity Pool will moderate, 4:30 p.m., Dublin Community Center, 1123 Main St.

Meetings, clubs

Monadnock Writers’ Group Monthly Meeting, members will read excerpts of their work, up to ten minutes each, free and the public is welcome to attend, 9:30 a.m., Peterborough Town Library, 2 Concord St. Tori Haring-Smith, 924-9953, tharingsmith@gmail.com.


Ashuelot Concerts for Kids, share the experience of live classical music with a child, $10 per family, bring a blanket or rug to sit on, 10 a.m., The United Church of Christ, 23 Central Square, Keene. Louisa Stonehill, 757-9730, louisastonehill@gmail.com.


Hiking Through Grief, Sandy Morgan and Marguerite Cheney will co-facilitate this easy to moderately strenuous hikes, which will all take place on Harris Center trails, meet in the parking lot at 9 a.m., and return by 11 a.m., Harris Center for Conservation Education, 83 Kings Highway, Hancock. Sara LeFebvre at 525-3394.

18th Century Wyman Tavern Festival, Colonial artisans demonstrating traditional crafts, music and dance, performances, as well as child-friendly games and activities, $10 per adult, children under the age of 18 years are free, 10 a.m., 339 Main St., 339 Main St., Keene.

Tour of Saxy Chef, join the Monadnock Food Co-op for a tour of Saxy Chef’s bakery, 10 a.m., Saxy Chef, LLC, 46 Main St., Antrim. James Holcomb, outreach@monadnockfood.coop.

Knitting Circle, new and experienced knitters as well as other hand-crafters are welcome, 10:30 a.m., Richmond Public Library, 19 Winchester Road, Richmond. Wendy O’Brien, 239-6164, library@richmondnh.us.

Knitting/Fiber Circle, open to all crafts and abilities, 10 a.m., Harrisville Designs Retail Store4 Mill Alley, Harrisville. Sasha DuVerlie, 827-3996, hdretail@harrisville.com.

Owl Walk, an evening walk at East Hill Farm where Dan “Owl Whisper” Bisaccio will (hopefully) call a barred owl, meet in the parking lot at 9 p.m. and bring bug repellent and a flashlight. 242-7743, library@troylibrary.us.