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Jeremy Wallace Blues Trio at Pitman’s on Friday

LACONIA — Pitman's Freight Room at 94 New Salem Street in downtown Laconia is pleased to announce that the the Jeremy Wallace Blues Trio perform Friday October 3 at 8 p.m.

Admission $15 and Pitman's is a BYOB venue.

Jeremy Wallace is a blues/rock singer/songwriter from New Jersey. He has performed at various venues on the East Coast, and has opened for artists such as Dave Van Ronk, John Hammond, and Freddy Johnston. Wallace took guitar lessons from Van Ronk, who sang a duet with Wallace on the song "Samson and Delilah" on Wallace's second album, She Used to Call Me Honey.
Jeremy has a gritty, graveled voice that sounds as though he's been gargling with gasoline. A bushel-full of song upon
song about love-gone-oh-so-wrong, the romance of hanging out in deadbeat bars, the salvation of whiskey and making lots of bad choices. A minimalistic blues-based sound soaked in days long gone by – all drums with brushes (Tom Costagliola) and stand-up bass (Matt Gruenberg).

Catered dinner available before the show. Call 527-0043 for details and reservations.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 09:37

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Fall Fun at Foliage Festival This Weekend

MEREDITH — Fun and food abound at Moulton Farm's Foliage Festival on Saturday and Sunday, October 4 & 5. The festival, which will run both days from 10 am to 3 pm , includes family fun activities including tractor rides to the farm's "pick your own" pumpkin patch, visits with farm animals, fun fall games, a bounce house for children and more. Food for lunches will be available. Both of the farm's corn mazes will be open as will Cider Bellies.

On Saturday, "doughnut on a string" eating contests provide laughs and great pictures at noon and 2 pm. Join in or watch as people attempt, without using their hands, to be the first to eat a Cider Bellies doughnut swinging on a string. The contests are back this year after making their debut at the farm's festival last year. "I'm not sure who had more fun last year – the people in the contest or the people watching," says Rob Stephens, the retail manager at the farm. "There was a lot of laughing and lots of pictures being taken."

On both Saturday and Sunday, weather permitting, visitors can go up in a helicopter and get an aerial view of the farm, corn mazes and the area. C-R Helicopters is offering these special rides for $30 per person. Riders can even test their aim from the air by participating in a pumpkin toss contest. "It'll be the height of your day if you try it," says Stephens with a smile. He speaks from experience as he took the pictures of the farm's corn maze during a ride with C-R several weeks ago.

The festival and most activities are free of charge, although there will be a charge for entry to the farm's corn maze and helicopter rides.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 09:32

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Variety basket workshop at league of nh craftsmen gallery

MEREDITH — Join us at the League of NH Craftsmen – Meredith Fine Craft Gallery on Saturday, October 11th, from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm for a Variety Basket Weaving class with Ray Lagasse.

In this one-day workshop students can choose which kind of basket they would like to make from start to finish. Full descriptions, dimensions, and pictures are available at www.nhcrafts.org/meredith. Click on 'Classes & Workshops'.
Students are encouraged to bring a lunch as the workshop runs a full 8 hours. Tuition is $110 per student for Group 1 Baskets and $90 for Group 2 Baskets, and there is no additional materials fee.
Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. To register for this class either call 603.279.7920 or visit the Gallery at 279 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 09:26

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Moultonborough Lions dedicate gazebo in memory of Ed Dobson

MOULTONBOROUGH — Moultonborough Lions Club paid tribute to Lion Ed Dobson, who passed away in March, by dedicating the gazebo in his memory. The gazebo was one of Ed’s favorite projects and he took pride in helping to build it.

Lion Ed was a dedicated Lion with perfect attendance for 23 years. He served on almost every committee and chaired many of them. He was on the Roadside Clean-up gang for 14 years and the Building & Grounds Committee for 16 years.
He also served as Treasurer and President of the club and was part of the group of Moultonborough Lions who started the Annie Forts “UP” Syndrome Fund and was Treasurer of that fund for many years. He was Lion of the Year 3 times and was honored with the Melvin Jones Fellow Award, the highest award in Lionism. He was also a recipient of the Granite State Fellow Award. Lion Ed certainly epitomized the Lions motto “WE SERVE”.
To find out more about Lionism please call Lions Joe & Pat Keegan at 253-9916 or Lion John Menken at 207-7211.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 09:22

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