Arts & Culture
4:29 pm
Fri November 14, 2014

Dinner In The Dark Serves Up A Taste Of Living With Blindness

John Heckman (left) says he's at the dinner to experience what his father does.
Sean Hurley

When you sit down to eat, you probably don’t think much about hand-eye coordination. Try eating without being able to see, though, and that changes.  I recently ate a meal blindfolded at an event held by the NH Association for the Blind at Giuseppe’s restaurant in Meredith.

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