🌱 Candy-like Drugs +Toxic Wildlife+ Pumpkins, Crafts, Festival, Films – Patch

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Good morning, Bedford. I’m here in your inbox today to tell you everything you need to know that’s happening in Bedford today, including news about:

  • DEA warns parents about rainbow fentanyl .
  • State issues toxic wildlife alter.
  • Pumpkin crafts , festivals, films and foliage this weekend.

But first, today’s weather:

Breezy in the afternoon. High: 72 Low: 39.


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Here are the top stories in Bedford today:

  1. The DEA is warning New Hampshire parents to talk with their children about the dangers of deadly candy-like drugs called r ainbow fentanyl. Fentanyl, which is often lethal, is being made by drug cartels in Mexico are making the illegal drug look like colorful candy, officials said . Brightly colored rainbow fentanyl tablets have been seized within 21 states, including Maine. Two drug cartels in Mexico responsible for all the fentanyl being sold in the United States “are producing staggering amounts” DEA officials warned. ( WMUR )
  2. State officials have issued an advisory warning about toxic levels of contaminants in New Hampshire wildlife that is a challenge to hunters and tourists. High levels of “forever chemicals’ have been found in New Hampshire wildlife, and state officials are warning hunters to “avoid consuming deer liver. ” Wildlife agencies across the U. S. are reporting high elevated levels of toxic chemicals in wild animals such as deer, and this summer, in fish from some lakes and ponds. High levels of harmful PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances that can cause cancer and other health problems have been found in deer from Michigan in order to Maine. ( NHPR )
  3. Hey, Bedford! This weekend is filled with fun fall activities! Create your own pumpkin project this weekend at the Canvas Road Show . You can still signup for Saturday night. 🎃 This weekend is also the 33rd annual Milford Pumpkin Festival from Oct. 7-9. There will be events , live entertainment , and a haunted trail . Don’t forget the 20th annual New Hampshire Film Festival in Portsmouth, from Oct 6-9. And if you want to enjoy stunning peak foliage this particular weekend, see the Fall Foliage map here. ( Manchester Ink Link )

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(The Patch Deals team scours the web for deals we think our subscribers will like. We may earn a commission on products purchased. All promotions are as of publication and could change. )


Today inside Bedford:


From my notebook:

  • Clean-Up-Bedford: CUB! The 2nd Annual CUB Road Club Fall Event is on Saturday, Oct. 15, from 9 a. m. – 1 p. meters. Pick up your Blue Bags at 5 Bedford locations: Transfer Station, Town Library, Town Offices, Farm in Joppa Hill, and the Safety Complex. Want to join the particular “CUB Road Club? Contact Bill Carter at [email protected] org . The CUB Road Club is open to any resident or organization in Bedford. ( Town regarding Bedford )
  • Way to go! The Bedford Fire Department welcomed Tower 1 this week: “On Monday of this week Group 4 made welcome home Tower 1 into the Safety Complex in traditional Fire Service fashion. ( Bedford Fire Department, NH via Facebook )
  • Visit the Harvest Fair 2022 in Bedford: “Harvest Fair is Open!!!!! Shopify is open 24 hours a day for our on-line shop. The link is: https://the-craftworkers-guild.myshopify.com” ( The Craftworkers’ Guild via Facebook )
  • Open paint and crafting Sunday: “OPEN PAINT this SUNDAY! Drop In for OPEN PAINT & CRAFTING! No Reservation needed just show up anytime between 12-4 All projects are first come first serve and most projects take 45-90 minutes. ” ( The Canvas Road Show via Facebook )

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You’re caught up for today! I’ll see you around.

Paula Constance

About me: Paula is a contributing writer, author, in addition to award-winning media producer. She is committed to media projects that empower, engage, and help make the world a better place. When she’s not writing, you can find her hiking or watching fireflies in the sultry moments before sunset. You can follow her on Facebook , Instagram , and Twitter .

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