New Photo Exhibit at Town Office Building

By Larry Chase

The nature photography of Andover resident Cindy Benson has been on exhibit since early March in the meeting room of the Andover Town Offices Building on Main Street in Andover Village. Comprising 32 color images ranging in size from 3″x5″ to 11″x14″, the work captures a range of Andover-area scenes, familiar and unfamiliar, in close-up […]

“If I Am Not For Myself, Who Will Be For Me?”

April 9 at 7 PM at Proctor's Stone Chapel

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  On Monday, April 9, at 7 PM at Proctor Academy’s Stone Chapel on Andover’s Village Green, the Andover Libraries are proud to present Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti as she portrays “Oney Judge Staines,” George and Martha Washington’s runaway slave, who escaped and made her way to New Hampshire in 1796. Gwendolyn’s artistry is well-suited for this […]

Craftsman’s League Exhibition: Fairy Tales & Fantasies

Begins April 6 in Concord

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Concord, NH – Fairy Tales & Fantasies, a fine craft exhibition presented by the League of NH Craftsmen showcases surprising new work from our juried members influenced by their personal take on this whimsical theme. The exhibition is open to the public from April 6th to June 15th in the Exhibition Gallery at the League […]

Singer Songwriter Annalise Emerick has Top Billing for April Coffeehouse

April 20, 2018

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Singer Songwriter Annalise Emerick has Top Billing for April Coffeehouse

Hailing from “Music City” (Nashville, Tennessee, that is), singer-songwriter Annalise Emerick  will receive top billing at the Friday, April 20, Andover Coffeehouse concert beginning at 7 p.m. in the Highland Lake Grange Hall at 7 Chase Hill Road in East Andover.   Billed as a “twenty-something, singer-songwriter who has been on the road virtually non-stop […]

New Librarian, New Hours at Bachelder Library

By Janet Moore, Library Trustee

Hang onto your hats-change is coming to the Bachelder Library in East Andover. As of April 1st, we will have a new librarian, Tina Nussbaum Wagler, who will replace Laura Pauling. Laura has just accepted a job as the director of the Libby Cass Library in Springfield. Tina, newly moved into town last summer, happened […]

Bachelder Library Acquisitions

April 2018

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Adult Fiction An American Marriage, Tayari Jones The Grave’s a Fine and Private Place, Alan Bradley Force of Nature, Jane Harper The Queen of Hearts, Kimberly Martin How to Stop Time, Matt Haig As Bright as Heaven, Susan Meissen We Were the Lucky Ones, Georgia Hunter The Last Tudor, Philippa Gregory The Tuscan Child, Rhys […]

Through the Reading Glasses, April 2018

By Janet Moore, Library Trustee

All books are divided into chapters, but “chapter books” is a term reserved for children’s literature, particularly of the 3rd-7th grade years. They’re the stories and the tales that kids can read themselves, but they’re perfect for read-alouds, either at home or in the classroom. These are the books of which memories are made, plain […]

Andover Public Library New Acquisitiions

March 2018

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Adult Fiction The Great Alone, Kristin Hannah Beneath a Scarlet Sky,  Mark Sullivan Dark in Death,  J.D. Robb Manhattan Beach,  Jennifer Egan Count to Ten: A Private Novel,  James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi Death at Nuremberg,  W.E.B. Griffin Year One,  Nora Roberts The Grave’s a Fine and Private Place,  Alan Bradley Adult Nonfiction Richard Potter: […]

Jazz Saxophonist Cerci Miller with Vocalist Dominique Eade  and Vocalist Amanda Carr Featured in JOSA’s March Events

March 11 and 25 in Grantham

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Jazz Saxophonist Cerci Miller with Vocalist Dominique Eade  and Vocalist Amanda Carr Featured in JOSA’s March Events

  GRANTHAM, N.H. – Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon (JOSA) brings two popular Boston-area musicians – saxophonist Cerci Miller and vocalist Dominique Eade – together for a performance on March 11, followed by a performance by vocalist Amanda Carr, another favorite Boston-based jazz artist, on March 25, to the Center at Eastman in Grantham. Miller […]

Put Down the Phone: Encouraging Your Child to use Their Imagination Through Art!

Kids Events in April & May at Whipple Hall

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Put Down the Phone: Encouraging Your Child to use Their Imagination Through Art! New London NH–Exposing children to art of all kinds is important for their growth and in today’s technology driven world it is even more important. That is why Arts on Main Street, a partner with the Center for The Arts, is dedicated […]