GILFORD — The hard rock/heavy metal 2015 Mayhem Festival will come to Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook on July 22.
Tickets for the concert will go on sale starting Friday, April 17, at noon. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Meadowbrook box office at 603-293-4700 or logging on to www.BankNHpavilion.com.
This summer's Mayhem Festival will feature a main stage with headliners Slayer, King Diamond, Hell Yeah and The Devil Wears Prada. The Victory Records stage, open earlier in the day, will feature White Chapel, Thy Art is Murder, Jungle Rot, Sister Sin, Sworn In, Shattered Sun, Feed Her to the Sharks, Code Orange and Kissing Candice.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 08:37
LACONIA — U.S. Cellular donated $2,500 to the Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programming. Associates will also be volunteering at the club's Open House on Saturday, April 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This donation is part of U.S. Cellular's $1.25 million national commitment to Boys & Girls Clubs of America and National 4-H Council. The commitment will enhance the learning experience for youth and communities by championing K-12 and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) educational programs. The Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region serves more than 300 youth in the area, and this focused approach ensures the company is positively impacting the communities where associates work, live and play.
"As a national wireless company driven by innovative technology, it's a natural fit we focus on STEM programming as it helps develops our future associate base," says Matt Kasper, director of sales for U.S. Cellular in New England, "We are excited to engage with our communities through a variety of volunteer opportunities that Boys & Girls Clubs and 4-H Clubs have in big and small cities and rural communities across the country."
To celebrate these new relationships, U.S. Cellular associates are participating in National Volunteer Month in April with the company's first 'Month of Giving' program. As part of this initiative, the company announced a goal of 30,000 volunteer hours to complete by the end of the year. By collaborating with local Boys & Girls clubs and 4-H Clubs, U.S. Cellular associates will impact communities through a myriad of volunteer efforts including mentorship, club clean-up days and STEM-focused opportunities in April and throughout the year.
"We're excited U.S. Cellular shares our commitment to helping youth and advancing our education/STEM efforts," says Mariah Hoffmann, unit director of the Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region. "This commitment will have a positive lasting impact on our young members."
Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 08:34
PLYMOUTH — New Hampshire conservation photographer and filmmaker Jerry Monkman will be screening his documentary, The Power of Place, at Boyd Hall Room 144 on the Plymouth State University campus at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22. The documentary is hosted by The Museum of the White Mountains.
Electricity giant Hydro-Quebec needs to sell more of its electricity to New England and Eversource Energy wants to pitch in by distributing this power to customers in southern New England. To do that the companies have joined forces to build Northern Pass, a 187-mile transmission line that will bisect the state of New Hampshire with high-voltage cable strung between 1500 steel towers rising as tall as 135 feet. Residents of the "Live Free or Die" state have a problem with that. New Hampshire is a place where people's connections to the land run deep. Its mountains and forest, lakes and rivers, are part working landscape and part outdoor playground, and those opposed to Northern Pass see it as a desecration of this landscape.
The Power of Place tells a compelling story by exploring the issues surrounding Northern Pass - its promise of bringing jobs and cheaper electricity to New England; the fears of those living next to the potential power line corridor; and the visual impact of the towers on iconic New Hampshire landscapes like the White Mountain National Forest, The Appalachian National Scenic Trail, and the state's Great North Woods Region. The 50 minute documentary combines interviews with experts and New Hampshire residents with distinctive landscape cinematography of the places that will be impacted by Northern Pass, from quiet ponds in and around the state capital, Concord, to the 360 degree views of wilderness summits like Mount Moosilauke and the Percy Peaks.
The screening is open to the public and there is no admission charge. The film will be followed by a Q & A with the filmmaker and director Jerry Monkman, who is a resident of New Hampshire and a long-time professional landscape and adventure photographer.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 08:30
LACONIA — Irwin Toyota celebrates its 36th year of business with a record year in car sales and has been named a winner of the prestigious annual Edmunds.com Five Star Dealer Award given to only the top 1% of all car dealers nationwide for best overall customer service based on actual customer reviews.
Although there have been various changes since the business opened in 1979, Irwin has continued to be a benchmark for excellence in every aspect of business. Irwin's is dedicated to delivering exceptional service and value and honors a commitment to transparency and friendliness making the Irwin Automotive Group a company where people have wanted to work and do business for generations now.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 08:27
- Wind music of Scandanavia performed on April 26
- Presentation about N.H. Electric Co-op for Alton Historical Society
- Babe Ruth baseball league holding sign-ups on Monday
- ‘Meredith Dressed Up’ fashion show on April 30
- Squam Lakes Natural Science Center trails open for 49th season on May 1
- Nuno felted flower class offered May 2 at League of NH Craftsmen gallery in Meredith