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Volunteer opportunities don't just drop out of the sky. Well after you start volunteering, it may seem that way. But where do you start? What group should you support with your time? And what kind of commitment does it involve?
The most flavorful night of the year
Foodies will unite at the Radisson on Wednesday, April 16, when nearly 60 restaurateurs from across the state share samples of their work for the annual Taste of the Nation.
Entertainment will be provided by the Lakes Region Big Band and, if you still think it's a good idea to get your picture taken after all that eating and drinking, SweetShot Photography will provide a photo booth.
NH365.ORG Event of the Week
Finally, books from the library you don't have to return. The Manchester City Library is holding its $10 A Bag Book Sale Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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