Welcoming Taylor Sugar Hill to the Community

Taylor Community is excited to announce that Taylor Sugar Hill, Wolfeboro has joined the family! Learn more about our newest location.

Archive: Apr 2013

Enjoy living history program with Old Country Fiddler


For more than 40 years, beginning in 1895, musical humorist Charles Ross Taggart performed in lyceum and Chautauqua circuits throughout the United States. He made 40 recordings with the Victor, Edison and Columbia companies and appeared in a 1923 Phono-Film … Continue reading

Blind hiker will share story May 8


Randy Pierce has taken an active role in the direction of his life and ensuring it is one full of adventure. Twenty-four years ago, he began to lose his vision due to unknown neurological disorder. Eleven years later, he lost … Continue reading

April “Today’s Living” Program


The show “Today’s Living, Brought to you by Taylor Community” and hosted by Tim Martin, Taylor’s president and CEO, starts airing this week on Lakes Region Public Access Television. We’re especially pleased about this month’s show as Mr. Martin’s guests … Continue reading

Jazz Up Your Sunday with May Concert


The fourth concert of the 2013 Taylor Community Music Series, sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire, is scheduled for Sunday, May 5 at 3 p.m. in Taylor’s Woodside Building, 435 Union Ave. This month’s concert features the Concord Community Music … Continue reading

Trips for May-June 2013


Sign-ups begin Tuesday, May 7. To sign up, call 366-1234. Please note: There’s a $5 fee charged for cancellations within 72 hours of a trip. Non-residents pay a $10 fee for going on Taylor Community trips. Descriptors – Easy, Moderate … Continue reading

Prescription Take-Back Program Scheduled for April 20


The arrival of spring means spring cleaning for many people. Most think of their closets, basements and garages. But how about cleaning out your medicine cabinet? Unused and expired prescriptions and over-the-counter medications in the wrong hands can be dangerous. The … Continue reading