NH State Arts Council to Hold Grant Information Sessions

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Arts organizations, artists and others interested in learning more about applying for New Hampshire State Council on the Arts grants are invited to attend upcoming hour-long regional information sessions. At each session, Arts Council staff will present an overview of the grant programs, including which grants will be offered for Fiscal Year 2020 and updates […]

Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon March Events Feature Saxophonist Cercie Miller with Vocalist Dominique Eade and Legendary Crooner Steve Marvin

Sundays, March 10th and March 24th

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GRANTHAM, N.H., February 20, 2019 – Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon (JOSA) brings two popular Boston-based musicians – saxophonist Cercie Miller and vocalist Dominique Eade – together for a performance on March 10th, followed by a March 24th show featuring Steve Marvin, the legendary jazz singer known for his Sinatra tributes, at the Center at […]

Join in the Discussion on Creating a Strong Economy in the Lake Sunapee Region

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New London, NH –  Center for The Arts (CFA) invites businesses, creative organizations, and community leaders to an open dialog on how to use the arts to create a strong economy in our local community. Join us for coffee and conversation on March 8th at 9 AM  at the Tracy Memorial Library. The creative economy […]

Through the Reading Glasses March 2019

By Janet Moore

As you read this, I will have just returned my son’s dog, whom I had the pleasure of dog-sitting for the cold and snowy month of February. We have romped up and down the hills of East Andover, chasing “ball” and doing half-pipes on the snow banks, and although my jacket pocket will no longer smell like […]


Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, March 28, 29, 30 & 31

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Franklin Footlight Theatre has taken on some challenges over its 23 year history, but this month’s production of “Singin’ in the Rain” is unprecedented. The actors performing at the Franklin Opera House will be singing and dancing in real rain on stage. Director Karielle Anzaldi says she had only one strong desire for this show… […]

Vaudeville, Family Entertainment for All

Saturday, March 9th

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“It’s Vaudeville,” is a turn of the century variety entertainment, performed under the direction of Wally D. Borgen at Warner Town Hall, 5 East Main Street, Warner, NH on Saturday, March 9 at 7 PM.  The Vaudeville Troupe, which has been together since 2007 performing throughout New Hampshire, donates its time and talents to support […]

Bachelder Library New Books February 2019

By Janet Moore

Children’s Books: City Dog, Country Frog, Mo Willems and Jon J. Muth Love from The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Eric Carle Lulu Is a Rhinoceros, Jason Flom Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day Is Cool, Kimberly and James Dean The Wonderful Things You Will Be, Emily Winfield Martin Nonfiction: Deadly Peaks, Frederic Hartemann and Robert Hauptman Girl, […]

Andover Library New Books February 2019

By Janet Moore

Adult Fiction: Bryant and May: Hall of Mirrors, Christopher Fowler Sleep No More: Six Murderous Tales, P.D. James and Peter Kemp Roses, Leila Meacham Somerset, Leila Meacham Tumbleweeds, Leila Meacham Alternate Side, Anna Quindlen Crucible, James Rollins Judgment, Joseph Finder Turning Point, Danielle Steel Tony’s Wife, Adriana Trigiani The Dreamers, Karen Thompson Walker God of […]

Canadian Award Winning Folk Artist Featured at Andover Coffeehouse

Friday, March 15th

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Rob Lutes, winner of the 2018 Canadian Folk Music Award for Contemporary Singer of the Year for his album, Walk in the Dark, will grace the Andover Community Coffeehouse stage as featured performer on Friday evening, March 15. The performance will begin at 7 PM in the Highland Lake Grange Hall, 7 Chase Hill Road […]