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Andover Community Events

  1. AVIS 49th Rafton Reservation Trek

    January 28, 2018, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Harold R. Rafton Reservation - across from the leaf composting site

    From I-93, go E on Rt. 133 for 0.5 mi. to the first set of traffic lights, take L on Greenwood Rd. In about 1 mi., take 2nd L onto High Plain Rd. Travel about 1 mi. (cross I-93 & I-495). Park near leaf composting area. No registration required. No pets. Hike if no snow, rain cancels. Leader David Dargie, (978-996-4475) ( and Assistant Leaders Ken Doran and Mark Kaluzny. (Previous years had Cross-Country Skiing, this year we will only have Snowshoeing).

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  2. Andover 101

    January 28, 2018, 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM @ Andover Historical Society

    Andover Historical invites you to discover decidedly unstuffy history in Andover. Whether you’re a newcomer to Andover, or you’ve lived here for years, Andover 101 will give you an introduction to the key stories that contributed to the Andover we know today. From how Andover was founded, to Andover’s role in national events, to how local place names came to be, Andover 101 will cover 7,000 years of Andover’s stories – way back to glacial geology and the native Pennacook Confederacy – in a fun and lively presentation. Historic maps, photographs, and cultural artifacts from Andover’s past will illustrate 15 stories about your town. Register online for this free program at Or call 978-475-2236 to register by phone. Email inquiries Would you like a private Andover 101 program for your group or club? Special programs can be arranged by calling 978-475-2236.

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  3. Friends' Winter Book Sale

    January 28, 2018, 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ MHL - The Hall

    Sunday is bargain day. Fill a bag for $5 or $7. CDs & DVDs are 4/$1. Teachers and nonprofits groups are welcome after 3:00pm to collect unsold books for their classrooms and organizations.

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