What do you love about the New Hampshire Farm Museum? What do you want to make sure you keep enjoying? And what would you like to see grow as the museum seeks to preserve and promote New Hampshire's agricultural heritage.
Those will be some of the many questions that will be asked when Farm Museum members gather for a Member Input 10-year planning session next month.
Museum Executive Director Kagen Weeks is urging the public to also attend and let their voices be heard.
"We have so many things we are excited for but want our members input as we find the nexus between want, the abilities of those doing, and the wonderful assets we have," Weeks said.
Weeks said the meeting will be the perfect time to "share ideas" as the museum moves forward.
The meeting will be held Jan. 17 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Hotchkiss Commons at 71 Main St. in Union.
Upcoming events for the Farm Museum include their attendance at the NH Farm and Forest Expo at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester in February and a Maplefest they will host at the Farm Museum on March 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Maplefest includes tree tapping, sap boiling, sugar on snow, pancakes, maple cotton candy and more.
There will also be local syrup, maple cream and maple candy for sale.