MEREDITH — Nancy Barry,producer of the Interlakes Summer Theater, will be starting a second semester of Saturday Theatre Classes in Meredith on Saturday, March 7, for six weeks.
The classes include a group voice class from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m., a musical-theater class from noon to 1:15 p.m., and an audition technique class from 1:30 to 2:45 p.m. for the most experienced students.
The cost for individual classes is $90. and $150 for two classes.
Younger students are encouraged to take two earlier classes, while older students may take latter two classes or even all three.
Private voice students of Nancy Barry may enroll in classes for free.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 10:23
PLYMOUTH — The Community Photo Club of Plymouth is a group of local photographers who enjoy capturing so many aspects of life through the lens of their cameras. They are ready to share their visions and would like to invite the public to their showing of "The Arts in Black and White" at the Frame of Mind Art Studio and Gallery on 75 Main Street in Plymouth. The show will open on March 7 with a public reception on Thursday, March 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The public will have a chance to meet the photographers: Nancy Aldrich, Al Danieli, Barry Draper, Pennylee Ford, Lil Furbish, Steve Furbish, Cathy Hacker, Ruth Harlow, Richard Miller, Harry Moulton, Linda Parenteau, Jackie Prince, Dave Pushee, Beth Smarse, and Tina Smith-Krause. This show captures a variety of images portraying the performing, visual and fine arts. All photographs will be on display through the month of March and purchases are available.
More of their work can be seen in other establishments throughout the towns. At present they have displays at Burrito Me and Plymouth Pediatrics both located in Plymouth. In May, the Community Photo Club will open a show at The Backroom at the Mill in Bristol. You can also visit their web page – communityphotoclubnh.com or see some of their work on meetup.com at plymouth area community photo club. For questions about the club or to join in the fun, contact them through any of the places listed or call 536-3208.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 10:19
GILFORD — Willie Nelson brings his legendary country and folk music to Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook August 23. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 27 at 10 a.m. and range from $29.75 to $59.75. To get tickets, call the Box Office at 603-293-4700 or log on to www.BankNHpavilion.com.
Willie Nelson, a household name, encompassing an American singer-songwriter, musician, guitarist, author, poet, actor and activist. One of the most recognized artists in country music, Nelson began writing music at age 7 and joining his 1st band at 10, and continues to stay true to his roots decades later.
Joining the stage with Willie on August 23 is Grammy Award-winning Old Crow Medicine Show.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 10:16
MEREDITH — Artist-blacksmith, David Little and his Winnipesaukee Forge crew will be featured in a segment on WMUR Channel 9's "New Hampshire Chronicle" on Wednesday, March 4, at 7 p.m.
While the "Chronicle" crew was was taping the segment, Little shared Winnipesaukee Forge's story and demonstrated blacksmithing during WMUR's visit. The entire array of work that Winnipesaukee Forge creates includes fine furniture, lighting, drapery hardware, decorative accessories, fire screens and hearth products as well as architectural installations such as handrails and more. Much of this work shows Little's focus on "reinterpreting nature in forged steel." Designs such as leaves and vines as well as scrolls and flourishes give the work its signature esthetic.
Winnipesaukee Forge is located on the campus of The Arts Collaborative, co-owned by Little and his wife, Heidi. As part of her visit, "Chronicle's" Erin Ferlau toured the Arts Collaborative gallery and design showroom and the art teaching studio. The Littles have drawn on their growing network of the finest regional artisans to assemble an exceptional sampling of work created in complementary materials (iron, wood, copper, blown glass, ceramics, acrylic paintings, serigraph prints, and more).
The segment can also be view online starting March 8.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 10:13
- Veterans coming to area for training, discussion, relaxation
- Conservation District Annual Tree Sale Fundraiser Underway
- Part of proceeds from sales of restaurant’s bread pudding to be donated to Humane Society
- Lakes Association receives award for program combatting invasive species
- Belmont candidates’ night scheduled for next Wed.
- Conservation Commission to hold program on combatting problems posed by with runoff