TILTON — The Tilton Winter Farmers' Market continues in high gear through the end of March, welcoming spring with its final two days of the season. The market will remain open weekends through March 30, both Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Now finishing up its third season, the Tilton Winter Farmers' Market is located at the old Agway Building on Route 3 in Tilton, conveniently located off I-93 at Exit 20 (diagonally across from AutoServ of Tilton).
Featuring more than 45 vendors, the Tilton Winter Farmers' Market offers the state's finest fresh and locally-produced foods, along with carefully selected local crafts. The market offers a wide range of locally-produced, farm-fresh and organic produce and greens, meats, eggs, dairy products, cheese, breads, pastries, gourmet popcorn, tomatoes, garlic, fudge, apples, cider, honey, granola, maple syrup, jams, jellies, freshly roasted coffee, teas, beer, wine, gourmet food items, mushrooms, body care products, chair massage, mead, tools for kids, information on composting worms, herbal products, dog treats and more.
Tilton Winter Farmers' Market Founder and Director, Joan O'Connor, also encourages shoppers to watch for news about the upcoming summer market, to be located for its second year at the Tanger Outlet Center. "Tilton has proven to be the perfect spot for both the winter and summer markets. It's centrally located, and so convenient to Route 93. I'm so grateful for the support of the community in making these markets happen." The Tilton Winter Farmers' Market is sponsored by AutoServ of Tilton, and the summer market by the Tanger Outlet Center.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 March 2014 08:11
LACONIA — Lakes Region Community Services hosts a free workshop titled Around the Special Education Workshop in One Day held on Saturday, April 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The workshop is held at Lakes Region Community Services on North Main Street.
This comprehensive, one day seminar provides participants with the tools necessary to understand and participate more effectively in the special education process. This seminar combines components of four of our most popular training sessions, including Steps in the NH Special Education Process, Disability Awareness, Parents and Educators: Partners in the Process, and The IEP Clinic.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 March 2014 08:06
LACONIA — In celebration of "Strengthening Families and Communities Month," the Family Resource Center of Central New Hampshire has invited 9 local authors and illustrators to attend the annual Children's Authors Tea held on Tuesday, April 8 at Belknap Mill in downtown Laconia from 5-7 p.m.
"The Tea has become a wonderful family tradition and the Family Resource Center is excited to offer this memorable event to families and children of the community," says Shannon Robinson-Beland, Director of the Family Resource Center.
The Children's Authors Tea provides an opportunity for quality family time while also promoting early literacy. Local authors and illustrators of children's books - Warren Bouton, Jennifer Carson, Kathleen Deady, Terry Farish, Marty Kelley, Shawn Middleton, Robby Neylon, Denise Ortakales and Dal Rai will share their love of literacy with the children and families in the Lakes Region. Families attending the tea can meet the local authors and hear them read their stories aloud and purchase signed copies of their books.
Tea and tea snacks are offered to all and children that attend receive a free book while supplies last. Through the generous sponsorship of Curt's Caterers of Gilford, the event is free to families in the Lakes Region. For more information about the Author's Tea contact the Family Resource Center at 581-1558.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 March 2014 08:02
LACONIA — The combination of an exciting diverse BYOB venue, genial hosts, and great talent have made Pitman's Freight room a destination point for regional comedy fans who once again filled the 94 New Salem St. music and function hall as 210 comedy fans turned out for the March 15 show starring national act Joe Yannetty.
This marked the third time Pitman's has topped the 200 mark for a comedy night including the last two shows in which every available seat was filled. Reservations for the April 19, "New York/Boston Comedy Clash" starring Steve Bjork and Corey Rodriguez as the main headliners, were being taken as people were leaving the March 15 show.
"It's been great," said Connie Mitchell, who along with husband Dick own and operate Pitman's. "All three comedians were great; the shows right along from the first one a year and a half ago up to now have all been great and every show is different. Everyone we talked to said they loved it (the March 15 show)."
As for April 19, both headliners will be making their first trip to Pitman's. Bjork has been entertaining comedy crowds for more than 20 years with his strange view of everyday life and a look at the past that virtually every one of his audience members has experienced.
Bjork reflects on childhood occurrences, being a father, and everyday life that receive the Bjork twist. Bjork has performed in Las Vegas, cruise ships, been seen on Comedy Central, as well as the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, Hilarities in Orlando, FL and Cleveland, OH; TSM Comedy Club in Louisville, KY; Crackers in Indianapolis, IN, Penguins in Cedar Rapids, IA, and many, many others as well as being a New England favorite.
Rodrigues will be making his way up from New York City prior to heading out for a week at the Silver Legacy Resort in Reno. Rodrigues is a regular at Dangerfields in New York, Catch a Rising Star, Mohegan Sun, and every major club from L.A. to Boston.
Rodrigues is a previous winner of the Catch a Rising Star Comedy Competition, and was a previous winner of the Funniest Comic in New England Contest.
Upcoming music nights at Pitman's include, Thursday March 27, Boo Boo Groove Jazz Band; Friday March 28, Dance night with Brickyard Blues Band; Thursday April 3, Zeke Martin and the Oracle Jazz; Saturday, April 5, Rosemary Casey with Shaun England.
For the complete schedule check www.pitmansfreightroom.com .
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 March 2014 07:58
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