HOLDERNESS — Squam Lake Artisans have opened their gallery set in the beautiful grounds of Kirkwood Gardens in the village of Holderness for the 2014 season. This marks the ninth season for the artisans, all juried artists and craftsmen from central New Hampshire.
The gallery is a cooperative of thirty members. The local community and visitors will find a diverse range of quality art work including nature and landscape photography; watercolor and oil paintings; digital painted prints and other wall art. Hand-crafted Shaker boxes; greeting cards; printed, felted, and quilted textiles; mixed-fiber knitted item; sculptured woodenware; decorative and functional pottery; fused, slumped and stained glass; and silver, beaded, glass and ceramic jewelry are some of the array of creative items offered. Also available are sandcast garden accents, home décor items crafted from birch bark and other natural materials, endearing stuffed critters, seasonal ornaments, as well as whimsical art and treasure boxes.
Gallery hours are 10-5 daily until Labor Day weekend; 10-5 Friday through Monday from Labor Day through Columbus Day weekend. The 2014 season closes on October 13. To reach the Gallery from Interstate-93 (North or South) take exit 24 (Ashland/Holderness exit) Route 3 South (approximately 4 miles).
While visiting Squam Lake Artisans, stroll through the beautiful Kirkwood Gardens, which are open free to the public. Linger for refreshments on the porch of the Kirkwood Café or enjoy a day of discovery at the Squam Lake Natural Science Center. For more information, call (603) 968-9525 or visit the gallery's website: www.squamlakeartisans.com.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 09:58
MOULTONBOROUGH — The Loon Center will host a program on Thursday, July 17, at 7:30 p.m. "The New Hampshire Coyote." There is free admission.
Guests will discover the history of the coyote in New Hampshire with Kristine Rines, certified wildlife biologist. Learn the
genetic origins, life history, status, reality vs. myth and how to live with coyotes as neighbors. Rines worked 30 years
for NH Fish & Game, 28 of those as moose project leader and Region 2 biologist.
Held at the Loon Center by the Loon Preservation Committee, The Summer Nature Talks are given every Thursday evening at 7:30 pm during the months of July and August. All programs are free admission. Come early and browse The Loon's Feather Gift shop.
For 37 years the Loon Preservation Committee has worked to preserve the Common Loon and its habitat in New Hampshire through research, education, and management activities.
Next Thursday, July 24th, Ben Kilham will present "What Bears Have Taught Me About Being Human".
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 09:53
LACONIA — Pitman's Freight Room will host Zeke Martin and the Oracle Jazz on Thursday July 17 at 8 p.m. Admission is $12.
Born in Brussels in 1973, Zeke Martin entered the world with a pair of drumsticks in his hands. Zeke's unique and soulful style has enabled him to secure endorsement deals with Creation Drums, Murat Diril Cymbals, Evans Drumheads, Mono Cases and Vic Firth Sticks. The Zeke Martin Project has performed in many locations throughout the northeast region, including the Berklee Performance Center, The House Of Blues in Boston, The Black Repertory Theater in RI, Minton's Playhouse and Sweet Rhythm, in NYC and tours Malaysia yearly. Additionally, The Zeke Martin Project has shared the stage with such star performers as The Neville Brothers, The Funk Brothers, Ali-Ollie Woodson from the Temptations, three time Grammy nominee Ski Johnson and Regina Bell to name a few. The Zeke Martin Project also just won New England Urban Music Award Best Jazz CD 2010. Currently, The Zeke Martin Project resides in Boston, MA and continues to perform along the east coast and in Asia.
Members are Zeke Martin-Drums/Band Leader, Brian Eggleston - Keyboard, Pat Loomis - Sax, Daniel McDowell - Bass
Catered dinner buffet is available from 6:30 to 8p.m. for $10. Call 494-3334 for details and reservations.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 09:49
GILFORD — This coming week, the Gilford Public Library will host two authors on separate visits to discuss their latest books. On Tuesday, July 15th at 6:30 pm, author and diplomat Marshall Adair will discuss his book, Lessons from a Diplomatic Life: Watching Flowers from Horseback. Drawing on his 35 year career as a third-generation diplomat and experiences with the American Foreign Service, Marshall Adair's book provides readers with a unique combination of autobiography, travelogue, and exposé on the history and politics of US Foreign Affairs.
The second presentation of the week, Get Booked with Author Carole Rodgers, will be on Thursday, July 17th at 6:30 pm. Carole will discuss her book Hidden Lives: My Three Grandmothers. Hidden Lives covers the compelling true stories of three New York City immigrant families – one Jewish, one German, and one Italian – set in three tenement neighborhoods – the lower east side, the south Bronx and hell's kitchen – during the first decades of the twentieth century. Both presentations are free and open to the public.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 09:20
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