Enjoy a Holiday Concert at CFA First Friday

New London NH –  Come ring in the holidays at the Center for The Arts’ First Friday on December 7, 5:30pm at Whipple Hall, 429 Main Street in New London. What better way to kick off the holiday season than a wonderful concert featuring the sweet sounds of the Kearsarge Tone Chimes, the magic of […]

New London Barn Playhouse Announces 2019 Summer Season

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The award-winning New London Barn Playhouse is thrilled to announce the line-up for their 2019 Summer Season. The 87th Season is jam-packed with Broadway hits, and when the Barn opens for the season in June they’ll be continuing a legacy of award-winning theater that audiences have come to expect and love. The 2019 Summer Season […]

Another Paint & Sip Offered at the Andover Hub

Friday, January 11

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Another Paint & Sip Offered at the Andover Hub

The next in a series of “Paint & Sips” will be offered on Friday, January 11,  from 6–8 PM. Participants are invited to have a glass of wine, grab a paintbrush and uncork their creative sides for a sociable and fun evening under the guidance of Andover artist Molly Leith and using a well-known work […]

Featured Performers Announced for December & January Coffeehouse

  One featured performer comes to Andover as a “talented transplant from Japan to New York,” whose singing, songwriting and guitar-playing feature “a landscape of riveting patterns and eclectic sounds that defy clear categorization.” The other is a Boston-area native who “has carved out his own way of writing American songs and earned a reputation […]

 ‘Retrospective’ Exhibit Draws Crowd to Hub

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Well over 250 old friends and relatives, art lovers and collectors, and others curious to know more about two of Andover’s best-known artists paid a visit to The Andover Hub during the Oct. 19-21 weekend to view the art and sculpture on display in a ‘Retrospective’ exhibition mounted by the Andover Historical Society. Featuring the […]

Through the Reading Glasses December 2018

By Janet Moore

Okay, so it snowed! A lot! By the time you read this, and well into January, we could all be seeing snow up to the window ledges, or bare brown ground and temps of 50 degrees. There’s just no telling what Mother Nature has in store for this season of celebrations. And it’s a busy […]

 Bachelder Library New Books November 2018

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Bachelder Library New Books November 2018 ADULT FICTION Holy Ghost, John Sandford Dark Tide Rising, Anne Perry Gone So Long, Andre Dubus III Virgil Wander, Leif Enger Fruit of the Drunken Tree, Ingrid Rojas Contreras The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Mitch Albom Ambush, James Patterson and James O. Born Bruno, Chief of Police, […]

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