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Disney's Imagination Movers coming to Plymouth Stage


PLYMOUTH — The Flying Monkey Performance Center presents Imagination Movers on March 4 at 2 p.m. After partnering with Disney Junior Channel and winning an Emmy Award, their live show continues to create music that speaks to children, proving to be a hit with parents and children alike.

The Emmy-winning New Orleans-based Movers are known around the world for their hit preschool TV series seen on the Disney Junior cable channel. The Movers deliver a highly exhilarating and exciting rock concert experience where kids and parents will sing along with the Movers' hooky choruses, learn ridiculous dances and have a blast doing it. A dash of flying toilet paper and smoking trash cans thrown into a crowd-pleasing concert with real guitars and real drums makes for real fun.
Imagination Mover Rich Collins says: "Our goal is to make many of these kids' kids' first concert experience also one of their parents' most memorable experiences. We hope everyone leaves needing a nap!"
Tickets for Imagination Movers are $25, with kids under 2 free. For more information on upcoming shows or to purchase tickets call the box office at 536-2551 or go online at www.flyingmonkeyNH.com.

 

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The  Imagination Movers (Courtesy photo)

I-LES students track animals at Prescott Farm

LACONIA — Grade three students from Inter-Lakes Elementary School were able to take a field trip to Prescott Farm to practice some of the things they learned about tracking with Will Robinson from Prescott Farm. This was possible because of the support given to Inter-Lakes School District by the Geralynn Anne Fountain Foundation grant.

During  Robinson's February visits to school, students learned about print, pattern and place of winter mammals in our area. They looked at how each animal moves and discussed the pattern of tracks that they left behind. During their visit to the farm, students were engaged in two activities. One activity included storyboards where groups of students were given a story in animal track. They needed to tell the story orally to others about what was happening in their picture. The second activity was snowshoeing on the grounds of Prescott Farm to search for tracks.

 

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Inter-Lakes Elemenentary School third graders track animals at Prescott Farm. (Courtesy photo)

Read Across America with the Cat in the Hat

GILFORD — What do the Friends of the Gilford Public Library and The Cat in the Hat have in common? They love the Children's Room at the Gilford Public Library. Read Across America is a nationwide event celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday on March 2 and the Friends are proud to sponsor the annual party at the Library.  There will be stories, games, cake, and a visit from the Cat in the Hat at 3 p.m.

 

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The Cat in the Hat is surrounded by some representatives of the Friends of the Gilford Public Library, who are sponsoring Dr. Seuss's Read Across America birthday party. From left are Helen Murphy, Sandra McGonagle (as the Cat in the Hat), Dorothy Piquado, and Blandine Shallow, president of the Friends of the Gilford Public Library. (Courtesy photo)

The Belknap Mill and Fusion present a night of comedy

 

LACONIA — – Stand-up comedy comes to The Belknap Mill on Saturday, March 11 at 8 p.m. with nationally known, top rated comics Mike Koutrobis, Carolyn Plummer and Kyle Crawford.
Koutrobis has appeared in various motion pictures such as 'The Equalizer' with Denzel Washington, 'Here Comes The Boom' with Kevin James and 'Grown-Ups' with Adam Sandler. His witty and sarcastic commentary has brought him to clubs, colleges and corporations throughout North America; appearing alongside some of the top headliners in the world.
Plummer performs in some of the top New England comedy clubs and Mohegan Sun. She pulls material from the hum-drum, day-to-day monotony of everyday life. Her twisted perception of our common existence leaves audiences hysterically shaking heads in agreement that the world is indeed a very funny place.
Quickly making a presence in the comedy scene, Crawford performs his everyman's view style comedy, at clubs and colleges throughout New England from Rhode Island to Maine. A finalist in MCM's Television's "Last Comic Standing" and a guest on Comcast's "Comedy Open Mic" he is rapidly climbing the comedy ranks.
Tickets for the show can be purchased by contacting the Belknap Mill at 524-8813, visiting www.belknapmill.org , www.fushionnh.org or can be purchased at the door on the night of the show.
Doors for the show open at 7 p.m. and a cash bar will be provided by Contigiani's Catering Service.
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