Nelson In Common Update January 12, 2022

Stuff that keeps the town going.


With the winter temp making its seasonal debut below the zero mark, it’s time to get serious about sustenance. Mare-Anne Jarvela provides a solid strategy with her recipe for Swedish Cinnamon Buns. They might be a little bit sweetish too, but this time of year we need all the help we can get. Read the recipe .  .  . 


Speaking of degrees, check out the thermomotter, measuring the success of the fundraising for the Nelson School Otter Sculpture Project. You can see people have really stepped up. But now we can push it over the top. If you don’t know about this wonderful ottertunity, or if you need to be refreshed on how to make a donation, you can read the details here .  .  . 

 Partridge Woods Hike

Last Saturday an intrepid group of hikers spent several hours braving the elements for a tour, led by Kathy Schillemat, of the Partridge Woods trails. Much to Kathy’s credit, the same number of people returned from the hike as had started it. Here’s a short description and some more photos . . .

Looking Ahead to Summer

Last week we announced a survey to get input from everyone about Old


The Watermelon-Eating Contest, from a long time ago Old Home Day

Home Day, and Old Home Week, which of course have been in hiatus for two years. You can help shape the ideas and planning for this traditional time of fun, games, and gathering. If you have not completed the survey (it’s short!) you can do it now . . .

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On The Side


The filing period for candidates for town and school board positions is selected hours from January 20 through Friday, January 28.

See more details, including a list of all open positions.

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