Thursday, March 16, 2017 7:18AM

Antrim Democrats are hosting a free community supper Thursday evening before and after voting at the Town Hall.

The event will be hosted at the First Presbyterian Church, located at 73 Main Street. The meal will consist of macaroni and cheese, salad, bread, desserts, drinks and coffee. Coffee and drinks are available beginning at 5 p.m. with dinner served at 5:30 p.m.

Parking is available on Main Street, behind the church, or in the rear lot behind the Bank of New Hampshire.

“We’re pleased to have this opportunity to serve the community,” said Marion Noble, chair of the Antrim Democrats. “The Antrim Dems look forward to sharing a free, delicious, comforting meal. Families can enjoy a delicious dinner and community connection. As more cuts are made to support services at the state and federal level, these community suppers become an essential way to help serve our local community. That is what Democrats are about.”

Last month’s supper, which consisted of corn chowder and cornbread, was attended by more than 90 residents.

The Community Supper was founded by The Grapevine several years ago, and rotates among adjacent towns. The goal of each of the suppers is to feed 100 people on $100. Any donations from the event are split between the First Presbyterian Church and The Grapevine.

This month’s dinner was organized by Carol and Chris Healey and prepared and served by democrats from Antrim. For more information on the dinner, or to help contribute food to it, call Carol Healey at 808-0221. For more information on the Antrim Democrats, contact Brian Beihl at AntrimDemocrats@gmail.com or 588-3014.