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Adult Education hosting wine tasting seminar on March 20th

LACONIA — Laconia Adult Education and Fratello’s Ristorante Italiano present a “Wine Tasting Seminar and Gourmet Dinner” on Thursday, March 20. The Wine Tasting event will be held at Fratello’s Ristorante from 6-9 p.m.

The “Wine Tasting Seminar” will focus on the different aspects of wine culture, including an overview and history of the wine, which accompanies each course. The various culinary creations to be served will enhance the flavor of the wine that it is paired with. Participants enjoy a treat that will satisfy the wine connoisseur’s palate while savoring a delectable meal and dessert that compliments the wines being served.

The cost is $45 per person. Reservations for this event are required and can be made by calling the Laconia Adult Education Office at 524-5712.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014 09:43

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Giuseppe's presents 20th annual JTG Music Memorial Extravaganza

LACONIA — Gather round the stage at Giuseppe's Pizzeria & Ristorante on Sunday, March 30 to be part of the 20th Annual JTG Music Memorial Extravaganza. A 12- hour live music spectacular to benefit the Gnerre Music Scholarship Fund. Since 1996 more than $30,000 has been awarded to 34 graduating Lakes Region area high school students who were continuing their education in the field of music.

Mike Brien will be kicking off the show at noon followed by 12 consecutive hours of live musical entertainment performed by more than 38 musicians who are donating their time and talents for this fun and festive fund raising affair. The featured acts throughout the day and evening include solo artists, duos, trios, and full bands. The vast array of musical genres to be enjoyed include: folk music, rock and roll, blues, Americana, bluegrass, original compositions, and alternative rock.

The JTG Music Memorial Extravaganza is held each year at Giuseppe's to honor and remember its founder, Joe "Giuseppe" Gnerre who passed in 1995. To help raise funds a Taylor 322E Grand Mahogany Top Acoustic Electric Guitar valued at $1,598 donated in part by Northern Lights Music Store of Littleton will be raffled. Tickets for the Taylor Guitar Raffle are $20 each and may be purchased during the show or in advance at Giuseppe's. Only 100 will be sold, and need not be present to win.

Also, there will be a silent auction with items donated by The Inns at Mill Falls by the Lake, New Hampshire Distributors, Amoskeag Beverages, Lakes Region Coca Cola, Southern Wine and Spirits, Lake Region Therapeutic Massage, Giuseppe's Pizzeria and more. There is no cover charge for admittance however there will be a $10 suggested donation kindly accepted at the door.

The Musician Line Up beginning at Noon:
Michael Brien, Jeff Lines, Chris Kelly, Dr. Jack, John Theriault, Don Bergeron & Steve Colombo, The Red Heads, Justin Jaymes, Pocket Change, Paul Hubert, Paul Connor and Lou Porrazzo, Joel Cage, The Wharf Rats, Joey Gnerre, Billy Gnerre, Tyler Gnerre, Paul Luff, Rick Page, Michael Bourgeois, Paul Warnick and Friends, Alivia Aubut, Michael Loughlin, Jennifer Karnan and closing the show will be George and Louise Belli.

Scholarship applications are now available for qualified graduating High School students who will be continuing their education in the field of Music, Musical Arts, or Music Theatre at Inter-lakes High School, Moultonborough Academy, Laconia High School, Gilford High School, and Newfound Regional High School and Plymouth High School for the upcoming 2014/2015 year.

For limited reservations and information  call Giuseppe's at (603) 279-3313
Donations may be made out to "The Gnerre Music Scholarship Fund" will be accepted "at will" during the event, and may also be made directly at Meredith Village Savings Bank.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014 09:33

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Frates Watercolors at Busiel Mill Community Gallery

LACONIA — New Hampshire watercolorist, Larry Frates, is exhibiting 12 of his watercolors at the Busiel Mill Community Gallery during the month of March.

Known in the Lakes Region for his caricatures and magic shows, Frates, is taking this opportunity to exhibit his professional art works that have been exhibited at the Smithsonian Institute (Woodrow Wilson Hall), Northern Illinois University (Fulbright 40th Anniversary Exhibit, the Briggens Museum in Bergen, Norway to mention a few significant locations.

The works on display were created during his one year Fulbright Exchange to the Orkney Islands in Scotland, his cultural exchange to the Azores, Portugal and some works of the Lakes Region.

The Busiel Community Gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday during regular business hours and has been providing public exhibition space to artists for over 5 years. To find out more about the arrtist visit www.fratescreates.com.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014 09:29

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Plymouth Dems will hear story of NH Rebellion

PLYMOUTH — Continuing with the mission to educate their members and to welcome all interested voters, the Plymouth Area Democrats are very pleased to announce that Attorney Eric MacLeish will attend the regular monthly meeting of the Plymouth Area Democrats on Wednesday, March 19th at the Plymouth Regional Senior Center on Depot Road in Plymouth. His presentation will begin at 7 p.m.

Attorney MacLeish is a founding member of the NHRebellion organization and recently participated in the group's inaugural walk from Dixville Notch to Nashua in January. The NHRebellion is focused on the views of candidates for political office and their ideas to resolve the system of influence that the system of campaign funding creates.

At the conclusion of his presentation, Attorney MacLeish will entertain questions from the audience.

The Plymouth Area Democrats welcome the public to attend any of their meetings, which start at 5:30 with a potluck supper, followed by a brief business meeting and featured event. For further information, please call 968-7105.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014 02:53

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