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Through the Reading Glasses, November 2017

It’s all about family really, isn’t it? After spending a weekend in Pennsylvania (for a memorial service) with 35 relatives from a blended family, including two great nieces and a nephew hitherto unmet, I realized once again that blood and marriage ties are not to be sneezed at. Much laughter and many tears and a […]

CFA’s First Friday brings Music and Art together for Gallery Night

CFA’s First Friday brings Music and Art together for Gallery Night

New London New Hampshire– The Center for The Arts Lake Sunapee Region presents First Friday Art and Music Gallery Night Friday, November 3, 5:30 to 7 PM at three Main Street, New London Locations. Stroll the CFA New London Micro Galleries, enjoy new art exhibits, wonderful music and refreshments. The New London Inn is proud […]

Educators to gather for ‘Teaching Innovation and Creativity’ conference

Arts educators, teaching artists, parents and school leaders from across New Hampshire will meet in Littleton November  3 and 4 for the N.H. State Council on the Arts’ annual Arts Education Partnership Conference. “Teaching Innovation and Creativity” is a professional development and networking opportunity designed to both strengthen arts education skills and build community among […]

W A Bachelder Library Acquisitions

Adult Fiction My Absolute Darling   Gabriel Tallent A Column of Fire Ken Follet     To Be Where You Are   Jan karon Indecent Exposure Stuart Woods Seeing Red Sandra Brown Lost and Found Sisters    Jill Shalvis Enemy of the State  Vince Flynn Proof of Life   A Jance Origin   Dan Brown The Cuban Affair Nelson DeMille If The […]

Andover Public Library Acquisitions

Adult Titles Fiction October 2017 Map of the Heart Susan Wiggs Seeing Red Sandra Brown Young Jane Young Gabrielle Zevin Sulfur Springs William Kent Krueger Exposed Lisa Scottoline Store James Patterson I Know A Secret Tess Gerritsen Paradise Valley C.J. Box Dearest Dorothy #1-6 Charlene Ann Baumbich Column of Fire Ken Follett Cuban Affair Nelson […]

Moody Blues’ John Lodge at the Flying Monkey

Moody Blues’ John Lodge at the Flying Monkey

John Lodge, legendary bass player, songwriter and vocalist of The Moody Blues, brings his US tour to The Flying Monkey Performance Center stage on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 at 7:30pm. Tickets for this show start at $39. Lodge will embark on his first ever solo tour of the U.S. titled “John Lodge of The Moody […]

Barn Playhouse Ends Historic 85th Season with Moss Hart Award

The New London Barn Playhouse has capped its historic 85th summer season by becoming the 2017 recipient of the New England Theatre Conference’s (NETC) Moss Hart Memorial Award for Professional Excellence, for its August production of All Shook Up. This is the second Moss Hart Award won by the Barn in as many years. According […]

Kearsarge Chorale Presents Messiah

The Kearsarge Chorale, accompanied by professional soloists, including Mezzo-soprano Frances Steven-Putnam and orchestra, will perform G.F. Handel’s Messiah on Saturday, November 18 at 7:30 PM and on Sunday, November 19 at 3 PM at Our Lady of Fatima Church, 724 Main Street, New London, New Hampshire. Ms. Steven-Putnam, currently Director of Music at Kearsarge Community Presbyterian […]

Curtain Going Up at the Franklin Opera House

Curtain Going Up at the Franklin Opera House

Over the past several months, the Board of Directors of Franklin Opera House have tackled the need to replace the gold stage curtain which had served well for over 15 years. Through the generosity of private donors, a Go Fund Me campaign, large contributions from the Footlight Theatre Board, the FHS Players, the New Hampshire […]

Andover Library Acquisitions, September 2017

Adult Titles Fiction House of Spies Daniel Silva Any Dream will do Debbie Macomber The Right Time Danielle Steel Y is for Yesterday Sue Grafton Revenge in a Cold River Anne Perry Glass House Louise Penny Nighthawk Clive Cussler Bread and Butter Michelle Wildgen Adult Non-Fiction Driven to Distraction Edward Hallowell Giant of the Senate […]