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Wolfeboro Friends of Music Hosting Cline, Feldman, Mulvey Trio

WOLFEBORO — The Wolfeboro Friends of Music continues its 2013-14 season hosting the classical Cline, Feldman, Mulvey Trio. The concert will take place on Sunday March 23, at 7:30 p.m. at the Kingswood Arts Center, 21 McManus Road, Wolfeboro and is sponsored by Financial Focus, Inc.

Formed by pianist, Joy Cline Phinney, the Cline, Feldman, Mulvey Trio is a dynamic union of musicians. Phinney, flutist Vanessa Breault Mulvey, and cellist Emmanuel Feldman first met as students at New England Conservatory of Music and have since created personal friendships and professional collaborations.

With degrees in piano performance/ensemble arts from The Juilliard School and Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University, Joy Cline Phinney embarked upon a concert career that has included a Carnegie Hall debut and acclaimed performances in solo and chamber music recitals across the United States and Europe. She has collaborated in chamber music concerts, recording projects, and radio and television programs with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, among others.

Emmanuel Feldman has emerged as one of the most innovative cellists of his generation. He has concertized and soloed throughout Europe and North America performing at venues which include Liszt Academy Budapest, Carnegie Hall, and Symphony Hall Boston and orchestras which include the Boston Pops, Nashville Chamber, Merrimack Valley Philharmonic and Boston Philharmonic. Feldman is on the cello faculty at New England Conservatory, Tufts University, has a busy private studio in the Boston area and is on the faculty of the summer Killington Music Festival and the Heifetz Institute.

Flutist Vanessa Breault Mulvey's "passion for music and musician health permeates both her playing and teaching." A graduate of the Crane School of Music at the State University of New York in Potsdam and the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Mulvey is Chair of the Woodwind and Brass Department at the nationally acclaimed Longy School of Music in Cambridge [MA], where she also teaches both flute and Body Mapping.

This is the sixth of eight programs presented by Wolfeboro Friends of Music to people of the greater Lakes Region during its season, which runs from September through May. Tickets are available for $20 at the door; at Black's Paper Store and Avery Insurance in Wolfeboro; or at Innisfree Bookshop in Meredith; by calling (603) 569-2151; or by visiting the website: www.wfriendsofmusic.org. Please note WFOM's special policy: High school students with ID will be admitted free of charge. A child accompanied by an adult ticket purchaser will be admitted free of charge.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 12:20

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PSU Hosts 2014 New Hampshire Water and Watershed Conference March 21

PLYMOUTH — The 2014 New Hampshire Water and Watershed Conference (NHWWC) will be held on Friday, March 21, at Plymouth State University. This year, the theme is Sustainability of New Hampshire's Water Resources.

Each year, the NHWWC provides current information about New Hampshire's water resources and related topics. Approximately 200 people are attending the event to hear a variety of talks and network with other people interested in our water resources. The 2014 agenda includes a morning plenary talk on the sustainability of New Hampshire's water resources. Throughout the day there will be informative sessions on a variety of topics and we will close the event with an afternoon wrap-up discussion where participants will be able to ask questions and share ideas about water and sustainability in New Hampshire.

Plymouth State University's Center for the Environment (CFE) hosts the event each year. Conference organizer and CFE's associate director June Hammond Rowan, said the conference provides the latest information about a critically important natural resource.

"Water resources are a vital part of New Hampshire's landscape and economy," Hammond Rowan said. "We have over 30 talks and more than a dozen posters presentations this year. Topics include land use planning for water resources; water and public health; integrating science and decision making; NH's water data; outreach, education, and citizen science; and climate change."

The conference also features a meeting of the Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable, a national organization focusing on advancing understanding of the nation's water resources and the development of tools for their sustainable management. This meeting allows participants a unique opportunity to hear from an influential group and gain perspective on how water resource issues in New Hampshire compare and relate to issues in other states.

Registration for the conference is open. For additional conference information, visit http://www.plymouth.edu/center-for-the-environment/2014-nh-water-watershed-conference/.

Conference Registration

https://www.plymouth.edu/center-for-the-environment/2014-nh-water-watershed-conference/registration/

Conference Agenda

https://www.plymouth.edu/center-for-the-environment/2014-nh-water-watershed-conference/2014-agenda-nh-water-watershed-

Conference Vendor and Sponsor Information

https://www.plymouth.edu/center-for-the-environment/2014-nh-water-watershed-conference/sponsor-and-vendor-information/

The NH Water and Watershed Conference is organized by PSU's Center for the Environment with assistance from a committee of people from Keene State College, NH Department of Environmental Services, NH Geological Survey, NH Fish & Game Department, UNH NH Water Resources Research Center, US Geological Survey New England Water Science Center, and the City of Portsmouth.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 12:11

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Correction: AARP Driver Safety program will take place on Thursday, April 3

A press release that was published on Friday was submitted with an incorrect date. The next AARP Mature Driver Safety Program will be held on Thursday, April 3, at the Meredith Community Center. Registration is required, for more information or to register for this course call Bob Kennelly at 677-7187 or the Meredith Senior Center at 279-5631.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 12:08

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Plug Into The Meredith Library For Teen Tech Week

MEREDITH —  Every year, public libraries around the country participate in Teen Tech Week, using it as an opportunity to highlight the wide variety of non-print resources that they have available for their youth patrons. This year, the Meredith Public Library will be celebrating Teen tech Week from March 11th to the 15th, with several fun and informative programs planned.
The Youth Services staff will be kicking the week off by hosting a Guitar Hero Power Hour on Tuesday, March 11, from 3:30 to 4:30 in the Function Room. The library will provide the game, 2 guitar controllers, a massive projector and screen, and surround sound, so all they're missing are some talented teenage rock stars. This program is for ages 10-18, and snacks will be provided.
Additionally, over the course of the week, teens and tweens are invited to participate in a challenge that's being called The QR Quest. Basically a high tech scavenger hunt, The QR Quest will be a fun way for teens to become familiar with their library. Quest Sheets will be available at both the main circulation desk and in the children's room, and will give clues to a series of locations or items within the library. Hidden near each location or item will be a QR code, which are small barcode-type symbols that can be scanned using a smartphone or other mobile device. And don't worry if you don't have a smartphone of your own, the library has an iPod Touch that you can borrow for the QR Quest. When scanned, the QR codes will display a simple question, which the participants will write the answer to on their Quest Sheet. Completed Quest Sheets can then be turned in at the children's room desk, where the participants will receive a sweet reward, and be entered for a chance to win a Kindle e-reader.
And while you're at the library, don't forget that the MPL is now hosting two different Minecraft servers. If you have Minecraft on your home computer, you can access their remote server at minecraft.meredithlibrary.org. Or, you can go to the library and play on any of their public computers, from which you can access either the remote server or the local server. The remote server is set to Survival Mode, and the local server is set to Creative Mode, so you have a couple different ways to create and play.

For more information on these programs, or any other Youth Services program or event, visit their website at Meredithlibrary.org, or contact John, the Youth Services Librarian, by calling (603)279-4303, or emailing him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 10:01

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