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Kearsarge Chorale June Fundraiser

Kearsarge Chorale June Fundraiser

Hopkinton Town Band to Perform for First Friday

Hopkinton Town Band to Perform for First Friday

The Center for The Arts Lake Sunapee Region will co-sponsor the Hopkinton Town Band, Friday, July 7 at 6:30 PM at the Mary D. Haddard bandstand in New London. All First Friday events are free and open to the public. If you would like to learn more about the Center for The Arts or would […]

Center for the Arts & The Fells Publish Book

Center for the Arts & The Fells Publish Book

The Center for the Arts, Lake Sunapee Region, and The Fells Historic Estate and Gardens, announce publication of a book of artwork and poetry entitled “Visual Verse,” inspired by The Fells. The work of 12 New Hampshire artists and 18 poet members of the John Hay Poetry Society are featured in this 46-page, full-color volume, […]

Through the Reading Glasses, July 2017

The Fourth brings July into focus for the Libraries. Our Annual Book Sale opens on the 3rd from 4-7 at the Stone Chapel for Andover residents. The book sale re-opens the following morning around 7:30 and runs until 1:30. There’s no pricing: sales run on donations. So, after you’re done with pancakes at the school […]

Center for the Arts Announces Scholarship Winners

The Center for the Arts is proud to award the following 2017 Scholarship Awards. Student scholarships were awarded to the following students in grades 7-12. Courtney Lauster, a senior at Kearsarge High School who is a talented student of the performing arts, will be attending Missouri State College and majoring in theater and drama. Scout […]

New London Barn Playhouse Presents The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden is the Tony Award-winning (1991, Best Book of a Musical,( Best Original Score) adaptation of the beloved Victorian classic. Featuring a lyrical and flourishing score by Lucy Simon and a book by Pulitzer Prize winner Marsha Norman (‘night, Mother), The Secret Garden tells the story of a lonely orphaned girl sent to […]

Andover Library Acquisitions, June 2017

Adult Titles Fiction 16th Seduction   James Patterson Manitou Canyon   William Kent Kruger Tamarack Country    William Kent Kruger The Zookeeper’s Wife Diane Ackerman Against All Odds    Danielle Steel Robert Parker’s Litle White Lies Ace Atkins Fast & Loose     Stuart Woods The Pearl Thief YA      Elizabeth Wein Before We Were Yours  Lisa Wingate Indecent Exposure     Stuart Woods […]

State Libraries Announce Summer Reading Program Topic

In New Hampshire, summertime means cookouts, beach days, hikes, and reading. Each year, New Hampshire librarians encourage readers of all ages to include reading as part of their activities, and this year’s summer reading theme, Build a Better World, will focus on a wide range of ways to make things a little brighter at home, […]

New London Barn Playhouse Presents Godspell

Godspell is the dramatic retelling of the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth, based on the Gospel of Matthew. Originally created as a college project in 1970 by John-Michael Tebelak, when composer and Barn Alum Stephen Schwartz joined the team it became an international hit. Godspell is a timeless story of friendship and loyalty […]

Boston Civic Symphony to Perform at Colby-Sawyer College

The Boston Civic Symphony, now in its 93rd year, makes its sixth appearance in New London as part of the Summer Music Associates Concert Series. The players are exceptionally talented students and amateur musicians who perform a wide variety of music from all musical genres – Baroque to Modern. A primary objective of the orchestra […]

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