EATON column by Nancy
E. Williams 2/19/19 447-5635
Dont miss Watch
It Wednesday Movie Nights in the Palmer House Pub at the Inn
at Crystal Lake in Eaton. This week you can watch Crazy
Rich Asians on 2/20; next week on 2/27 you can see A
Star Is Born; and on 3/6, the movie will be Mary
Queen of Scots. Movies start at 6:30 p.m. - there is no
admission or minimum order requirement, but reservations are
recommended. They had a good crowd last week for The Wife,
a very well acted movie that you needed to talk about afterward.
Just call the Inn at 447-2120. (I cant wait to see A
Star Is Born)
The Bostonians are thrilled
to return to the Inn at Crystal Lake this Thursday evening, 2/21,
for an evening of all-American music: From Sea to Shining Sea
with Philip Lima, baritone; Rosie Osser, mezzo-soprano; and Jill
Brunelle, pianist. The program will include well known musical
theater selections, African American spirituals, sea shanties,
and a song repertoire by Florence Price, Edna Osser (Rosies
grandmother), and New England favorites Dan Shore and Juliana
Hall. The cost is $65 per person and includes a four-course dinner.
(This price does not include alcohol, tax or gratuity.) Call
now for reservations (447-2120).
and Pub at the Snowvillage Inn in Eaton welcomes Chef Laurel
(Tessier) Roberts to serve winter comfort food Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday evenings. She will have four specials each night
including a seafood special. Many folks will remember Laurel,
who was Chef during Kevins first ownership of the Snowvillage
Inn. Call 447-2818 for reservations. The Eaton Village Store
is changing things up a bit on Wednesdays. Breakfast is still
the same, but after 10:00 a.m. there will be a limited menu,
but the same hours. The grill will close at 10 and you will be
able to get coffee, muffins, cold sandwiches (the delicious chicken
salad is back), soups and some extra surprises, too.
Town Meeting this year
will be on Tuesday, March 12 at 8:00 p.m. Town voting runs from
11 a.m. until 6 p.m. The School Meeting will begin at 5 p.m.
Please bring along your wallets to buy some of the wonderful
baked goods, provided by the Eaton Community Circle. You can
vote and eat delicious food at the same time. Attendance is usually
very good at our Town Meetings, so come early to get a good seat.
This is true democracy at its best. Everyone has a say and we
all vote for or against the warrant articles. Dont forget
that it is a privilege we have in this great country to be able
to vote freely. Make sure to vote and attend Town Meeting. You
can see who is running for what office on the town website.
Just a reminder that
Registration for the Spring Semester of OLLI classes has begun.
OLLI provides programs for lifelong learners age 50 plus. The
Conway site is offering 27 classes, including several that will
be held in the Moultonborough Library, so there should be plenty
to choose from. Go to https://olli.granite.edu/ for more information
and to sign up for classes. Come for the learning; stay for the
Almost everyone in Eaton
remembers Kevin McCormack-Lane who grew up with his sister Ginnie
at our own Eaton Village Store. Well, congratulations are certainly
in order to Kevin and his beautiful wife Jenna on the arrival
of their first child, a son named Lincoln McCormack-Lane, who
was born on February 4th at 5:50 p.m. weighing in at 7 lbs. 12
oz. Very happy and proud paternal grandparents are Colleen and
Steve Belair of Manchester, and Tom Lane of Eaton. Equally thrilled
maternal grandparents are Barbara Morse and Stephen Bettencourt
of West Barnstable, and Sergio and Lisa Balegno of Marston Mills.
Kevin, Jenna and Lincoln currently reside in North Carolina.
I send them my most happy wishes on this wonderful event!