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Maya King

Maya Trudelle King, a lifelong Nelson resident, is hooked on crochet work. Crochet is a process of creating textiles by using a crochet hook to connect loops of yarn. Unlike knitting, each stitch is completed before the next is begun, and eventually the interlocking loops create a beautiful work of art.

January 2, 2022|

Community Calendar

click on the title of the events below for more information. 

School Budget Hearing

January 19 @ 5:30 pm

Public meeting to review the budget for the coming year.

Planning Board Hearing

January 27 @ 7:00 pm

To review two proposed amendments for the Nelson Zoning Ordinance, for inclusion as ballot articles for voting on March 8.

Town Caucus

February 8 @ 7:00 pm

To review the proposed budget.

Town Elections

March 8 @ 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Voting for candidates for town positions

Town Meeting

March 12 @ 10:00 am

Weekly Events

Nelson Congregational Church worship service ( in person and Zoom)
Sunday 9:30. See website for more details.


Chapel By The Lake worship service
Sunday 10:00 See website for more details. 


Please go to the Town Website for schedules of committee meetings, etc.

Nelson Agricultural Commission


 

Moon before the storm
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Nelson Small Talk

Experiences of Nelson in 200 words or less.

The Brigadoon Article

To see if the town will vote to proclaim the Town of Nelson a voluntary and positive anachronism, and to authorize the Selectmen to . . .

August 12, 2021|

Finding Ancestors

Cemeteries are a wonderful place of quiet calm and the surroundings are perfect for meditation and contemplation.  On a warm spring day I was walking among the souls in the Munsonville Cemetery and came across the final resting place of one of my great aunts.

April 16, 2021|

Musings of a Nelson Gardener

Dormancy in the Garden (and Life)

Our gardens have gone into their quiet time, under frost, and, hopefully, snow. Nonetheless, I still find much that is interesting. Whenever I can, I go out mid-day and walk around my garden and nearby woods. I admire the puffs of snow weighing down branches, which I gently shake to reduce their load.

 

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