LACONIA — The latest prosthetic breast forms from Lady Grace Intimate Apparel are available right in your community.
If you or a loved one has had a lumpectomy or mastectomy and would like to find breast prosthesis to fit your needs, a certified breast prosthesis fitter from Lady Grace Intimate Apparel will be at Lakes Region General Hospital on Tuesday, November 11.
Appointments are necessary and may be made by calling LRGHealthcare's Breast Health Program Coordinator, Ginny Witkin at 527-2940.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 October 2014 09:36
PLYMOUTH —The Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance at Plymouth State University will present New Beginnings, a concert by the PSU Symphonic Band, at 7 p.m. on Monday, October 27 at the Silver Center for the Arts.
"This is the first time we have presented a concert in the fall," said Symphonic Band Director Mark Stickney. The band will be performing a collection of newer works for wind ensemble and concert band. The PSU Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Tim Gilmore, will also perform on the concert.
The program for New Beginnings includes Gavorkna Fanface by Jack Stamp, Sheltering Sky by John Mackey, Metamorphosis by Andrew Boysen Jr., Shenandoah, by Frank Ticheli, Cakewalk by L. M. Gottschalk and Culloden, by Julie Giroux.
Culloden, the major work on the program, is a three-movement symphony that presents the folk and Gaelic "commonoers" music from Scotland circa 1745-6. A battle lasting less than 30 minutes occurred at Culloden in 1746, leaving 1500 Scots and their allies dead. Giroux said, "My objective was to locate and present the popular Scottish/Highland/Gaelic music leading up to this battle, and Culloden came about because of it."
Three senior music education majors will conduct works on the program: Alicia Dale of Claremont; Joey Jarvis of Ascutney, Vt. and Kyle Quirion of Derby, Vt.
Quirion says conducting the Symphonic Band has been an amazing opportunity. "I'm able to really dig in and rehearse a piece of music at a high level, which is something that I haven't had much opportunity to do before. It is exciting and fulfilling to stand on the podium and be the one in charge, especially with this particular group of talented musicians who are really willing to apply my musical ideas to their individual parts. Being a music education major, this experience has made me more confident as a conductor and educator, which is going to be extremely helpful when I begin student interning in the spring."
Stickney, in his third year as director of bands at PSU, came to Plymouth from Southern Utah University and has held conducting positions at Oklahoma Panhandle State University and the University of Rhode Island. He has served on the brass faculties of Salve Regina University and the Community College of Rhode Island, where he taught trombone, euphonium and tuba. He has performed at the Newport Music Festival and throughout Southern New England as a soloist and chamber musician. As a conductor, he has premiered a number of works.
Gilmore is a member of Brownstone Recording Artists, the Harry Skoler Jazz Quartet and CCMS Musicians of Wall Street. He has performed with the Cape Ann Symphony, Symphony by the Sea, the Paul Madore Chorale and Boston Percussion Ensemble. He has also performed with Lester Bowie, Marion McPartland, Fred Hersch, Tower of Power, Tiger Okoshi and Warren Vache.
Tickets for the concert are $8 for adults and youth, and $6 for seniors at the Silver Center Box Office, (603) 535-2787 or (800) 779-3869. Tickets are also available online at silver.plymouth.edu.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 09:56
MOULTONBOROUGH — The Lakes Region Tea Party cancelled its October meeting and will hold its next meeting at the Moultonborough Library on November 19 from 7-8:30 p.m. A discussion of the results of the November elections will hold center stage at that meeting.
The group will also continue a DVD series by Rick Greene on the U.S. Constitution during the last 30 minutes of the meeting. For questions contact Hal or Peggy Graham at 286-3506.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 09:48
CANTERBURY — Canterbury Shaker Village presents a Ghost Encounters event on Saturday, October 25 from 3-8 p.m.
Experience the other-worldly feel of the 200-year-old historic site on an October evening. Participants are encouraged to stroll the Village for trick-or-treating, hear true ghostly encounters at the Village—several in the actual spaces where these events took place, and enjoy Halloween-themed activities and Witch's Brew at this event for the whole family. Costumes are encouraged, as a "Best Costume" contest will be held at 3:15 p.m.
"The Shakers used to invite the surrounding the community to the Village for a Halloween celebration each year," noted Funi Burdick, Executive Director. "They loved to have fun and saw this time of year as a chance to embrace their neighbors and celebrate the season. We're pleased to be expanding Ghost Encounters this year so that we can welcome more families to this unique event."
The Museum Store and the current special exhibit, Shaker Traditions: Contemporary Translations will both be open during Ghost Encounters. Ghost Encounters is sponsored by TD Bank, Meredith Village Savings Bank, J&D Repairs and Confectionately Yours Sweet Shop.
Tickets for Ghost Encounters are $12 for adults, $6 for children ages 6-17 and free for children under five. Village members are half price. Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.shakers.org.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 09:44
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