November Art Event and Shopping Tour to Feature Area Artists

Venues in Warner and Contoocook

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November Art Event and Shopping Tour to Feature Area Artists

Warner Historical Society and Kearsarge Area Chamber of Commerce are hosting an arts event and shopping tour at several venues in Warner and Contoocook during the first weekend in November.  Galleries in both villages will be open, and artists will be in residence at businesses to discuss or demonstrate how they create their art.   Works […]

SKIT Partners with CFA to Open Theatre in Warner

Sunapee Kearsarge Intercommunity Theatre

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SKIT Partners with CFA to Open Theatre in Warner

The stage is set, actors ready, and lights up at Warner Town Hall, where live performances once again provide entertainment for the greater Sunapee-Kearsarge region community. The Sunapee Kearsarge Intercommunity Theatre (SKIT), partnering with Center for the Arts (CFA), will be performing “Turning Toward the Sun,” a book and play written by Ceil Warren of […]

Bachelder Library New Acquisitions, November

By Janet Moore

Adult Fiction Bewilderment, Richard Powers Cloud Cuckoo Land, Anthony Doerr The Inheritance, Charles Finch The Lincoln Highway, Amor Towles The Love Songs of WEB Dubois, Honoree Fanonne Jeffers The Man Who Died Twice, Richard Osman Marked Man, Archer Mayor A Slow Fire Burning,  Paula Hawkins The Thursday Murder Club, Richard Osman West With Giraffes, Lynda […]

Andover Library New Acquisitions, November 2021

By Janet Moore

ADULT FICTION A Darker Reality, Anne Perry Enemy at the Gates, Kyle Mills The Last Chance Library, Freya Sampson The Madness of Crowds, Louise Penny The Captive Kingdom, Jennifer A. Nielson The Wish, Nicholas Sparks Hidden in Plain Sight, Jeffrey Archer A Slow Fire Burning, Paula Hawkins Foul Play, Stuart Woods Apples Never Fall, Liane […]

Through the Reading Glasses November 2021

By Janet Moore

Walter Isaacson’s new book, “The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race,” is one of those perfect pieces of nonfiction. Of course it starts at the beginning, both with Doudna’s early life in Hawai’i, and with the initial discoveries of the science of evolution and genes, almost 200 years […]

Andover Libraries November Newsletter

Book club meets at Bachelder Library

By Lee Wells

Book Club: On Wednesday, November 17, the book club will meet at 7 PM at the Bachelder Library to discuss Martin Walker’s Bruno, Chief of Police, which is the first title in a series of murder mysteries involving Benoit Courreges, aka Bruno.  These wonderfully escapist stories involve Bruno, a policeman in a small town in […]

Bachelder Library Acquisitions, September 2021

By Janet Moore

Adult Fiction Apples Never Fall, Liane Moriarty Beautiful World, Where Are You?, Sally Rooney Damnation Spring, Ash Davidson Falling, TJ Newman The House in the Cerulean Sea, TJ Klune Golden Girl, Elin Hilderbrand The Guide, Peter Heller Harlem Shuffle, Colson Whitehead Lightning Strike, William Kent Krueger The Long Call, Ann Cleeves The Madness of Crowds, […]

Franklin Opera House Presents World-Renowned “Harp Twins”

Event requires proof of vaccination

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Franklin Opera House Presents World-Renowned “Harp Twins”

Franklin Opera House will present a unique musical experience on Saturday, October 9, at 7:30 PM. Identical twin harpists Camille and Kennerly Kitt, known as the Harp Twins, have achieved extraordinary success by taking electric harps and concert grand harps to unprecedented levels and smashing boundaries between different genres of music. The twins’ ability to […]

Andover Library New Acquisitions, September 2021

By Janet Moore

Adult Fiction The Turnout, Megan Abbott When We Were Young, Richard Roper No Second Chance, Harlan Coben Angels Flight, Michael Connelly We Must Be Brave, Frances Liardet The Night She Disappeared, Lisa Jewell Lightning Strike, William Kent Krueger Billy Summers, Stephen King Class Act, Stuart Woods Blind Tiger, Sandra Brown Jack Reacher books 8 through […]

Through the Reading Glasses, October 2021

By Janet Moore

There’s just so much going on in the world lately that when I perused the shelves at the library, my eyes rested on mountains as an escape, and four books caught my eye: Daniel James Brown’s “Facing the Mountain,” “The Second Mountain” by David Brooks, Mark Synnott’s new book on Everest, “The Third Pole,” and […]

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