GILFORD — A fun musical activity geared to children, and an educational program on wildlife are scheduled for Tuesday, July 22, at the Gilford Public Library.
From 3 to 4 p.m. singer-songwriter Tom Sieling will perform a free family program called "Take A Tromp Through the Swamp...and a Break by the Lake!" Sieling is best known for his participatory, humorous children's songs and accompanies himself on guitar, banjo, harmonica, and a drum machine. This program is open to the public.
At 6:30 p.m. ecologist Chris Chader will give a presentation on Living with Coyotes in New Hampshire. Chris is the New Hampshire and Vermont representative for Project Coyote, a nonprofit that promotes wildlife conservation and coexistence. Chader uses sound livestock management practices and non-lethal techniques to avoid predation on her New England sheep farm and lives peacefully in an area populated by coyotes. She will share some of her practices and philosophy during this free presentation.
Last Updated on Friday, 18 July 2014 09:57
GILMANTON — Gilmanton's 116th Old Home Day is set for Saturday, Aug. 9, at the Smith Meetinghouse complex from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The day's events will feature the traditional bean hole bean dinner, an antique car show and "all things on wheels" parade, the Parker Hill Road bluegrass band, and two puppeteer shows. In addition there will be animals, children's games, the annual art show in addition to crafts, food and creations either edible or wearable. Everyone is invited and there is no admission charge.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 July 2014 09:34
LACONIA -- The Lake Winnipesaukee Museum in Weirs Beach is hosting a presentation, "The Islands of Winnipesaukee," featuring author and photographer Ron Guilmette, on Wednesday, July 23, at 7 p.m.
Guilmette has recently released a book, "The Islands of Winnipesaukee," which relates the adventures of paddling to all of the Islands of Winnipesaukee.
The "Islands of Winnipesaukee" is a coffee table book with color photos of all 260 islands on Lake Winnipesaukee. The book also contains many interesting stories about the islands and "fun facts" about the lake and islands.
Guilmette is a retired state trooper and now works as a criminology professor. He also works as a private consultant in the law enforcement community and serves as a volunteer on a number of boards and committees. He enjoys white water rafting and golf and most of all beach days with his children and grandchildren.
This event is free for Lake Winnipesaukee Historical Society members, for non members there is a $5 fee with all proceeds going to benefit the Historical Society's ongoing renovations. The society museum is located on Route 3 in Weirs Beach, next to Funspot. Please RSVP to 366-5950.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 July 2014 09:15
LACONIA — The Montblanc Quartet will perform on Sunday, July 20, at 3 p.m. in the Woodside Building at the Taylor Community, 435 Union Ave.
The recital, which is being sponsored by Jacqueline Shoemaker, is free and open to the public.
The quartet is comprised of members of the New Hampshire Music Festival Orchestra: Julie Fox Henson, violin; Kathy Langr, violin; Bernard Di Gregorio, viola; and Andrea Di Gregorio, cello. Musical selections will come from Mozart, Mendelssohn and Joaquin Turina.
The quartet's performance is part of the 2014 Taylor Community Music series, sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 July 2014 09:11
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