LACONIA — Gathering Time, a high energy folk-rock New York trio, travels north, bringing their soaring harmonies and dynamic sets to a dessert and concert event at the Historic Belknap Mill in Laconia on Sunday, October 6.
Stuart Markus, Gerry McKeveny and Hillary Foxsong have been astounding audiences in the New York metropolitan area in venues from house concerts to outdoor festivals, to churches and synagogues and on prime folk rock radio shows, nationwide. An evening with Gathering Time ranges from "sweet and sentimental to joyous and energetic, from irreverently funny to heart stopping serious with eclectic sets that include new twists on traditional folk, beloved classics from the '60's and strong originals", says the Garden City Long Island News.
The immense success of last season's concert by the Boxcar Lilies led the Temple B'nai Israel producing team to continue to review bands to present to Lakes Region audiences. Ken Goodman, researched hundreds of potential performers before deciding on Gathering Time, and knew that he had found a winner. This third concert in the series has been moved to the Belknap Mill to accommodate the audience that overfilled the previous venue.
Gathering Time's remake of Peter Yarrow's "Light the Candle" has been spun on stations ranging from NYC's top-rated WCBS-FM to Israel's Galilee Plains as have their "Songs of Hope and Freedom" CD offerings. The newest CD, "Red Apples and Gold" with themes of history, family tradition and harvest time, rose to #5 on the Folk DJ charts last September and finishing #19 in the top 100 for the year 2012.
Lakes Region area caterers Cathy Erving of Rustic Gourmet, Josette Lippincott-Smith of Josette's Fine Catering, J.B. Scoops Ice Cream, The Common Man and the Bakery at Moulton Farm are pooling their dessert specialties to enrich the cruise style dessert buffet which precedes the concert.
Ticket holders are asked to arrive at 6:30 p.m. for the "overture", an elaborate dessert buffet (BYOB). Gathering Time music begins at approximately 7:30 p.m. and in the words of a New York radio disc jockey, "delivers harmonies that can "charm the birds out of the trees".
Last Updated on Monday, 30 September 2013 10:27
CENTER HARBOR– Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England has announced that Meredith residents Dean and Kellie Eastman have affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Center Harbor. As sales associates, the Eastmans will provide residential real estate services in Meredith as well as the surrounding communities of Center Harbor, Moultonborough, Sandwich and New Hampton.
The Eastmans have merged their skills, knowledge and experience into a successful partnership designed to provide their clients with knowledge, experience and superior service. Dean Eastman comes to Coldwell Banker after extensive experience in Economic Development and Planning, in addition to his six-plus years of real estate sales experience in the Lakes Region.
"Dean's skills in his previous career, as well as his extensive knowledge of the local community, will contribute to his continued success as a real estate sales associate," said Scott Rolfe, Branch Vice President and Manager of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Center Harbor.
Kellie Eastman joins Coldwell Banker after 15 years of experience in the non-profit sector. She brings extensive experience in program and project management, marketing and client services to her work at Coldwell Banker. Additionally, Kellie holds certification as a Healthy Homes Specialist and has expertise in Home and Garden Staging.
Last Updated on Friday, 27 September 2013 09:54
GILFORD — On Tuesday, October 1 the Gilford Public Library will host the first session of a monthly Diabetes Support Group. Facilitated by Library staff member Becky Vallar, the group will focus on bringing together diabetics of all types to share stories and meet others with the disease in their community. The first session will work to assess what people want from the group.
The group plans to meet on the first Tuesday of each month from 6:30 pm to 7:30 p.m. in the Meeting Room.
Last Updated on Friday, 27 September 2013 09:50
MOULTONBOROUGH — Robert Demaree will be the featured reader at the Moultonborough Library Poetry Night on Tuesday, October 1 at 7:30 p.m. An Open Mic will follow the featured reader.
Demaree is the author of four collections of poems, including Mileposts (2009), published by Beech River Books. He is a retired school administrator with over 650 poems published or accepted by 150 periodicals, including The Louisville Review, the Aurorean and miller's pond. His poems received first place in 2013 competitions sponsored by the Poetry Society of New Hampshire and the Burlington Writers Club. He lives in Wolfeboro, N.H. and Burlington, N.C.
Priscilla Burlingham, program founder, said, "All are welcome to participate and to listen. Bring some words or a song and share it in the Open Mic portion."
CAPTION — Acclaimed poet Robert Demaree will be the featured reader at Moultonborough Library's Poetry Night on Tuesday, October 1. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Friday, 27 September 2013 09:48
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