LACONIA — The final concert in the Taylor Community 2014 Music Series will feature the ensemble Trio Veritas performing a free public concert on Sunday, Nov. 23, at 3 p.m. in the Woodside Building at the Taylor Community.
The trio is comprised of violinist Sasha Callahan, cellist Leo Egnuchi and pianist Dan Perkins who will perform the music of Shostakovich, Haydn and Stookey.
The 2014 Music Series is sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire, and the Trio Veritas concert is being sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Orton and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lauterwasser.
Callahan has established a vibrant and diverse career as a recitalist, chamber and orchestral musician. She's performed extensively throughout North America, Europe and Japan and is a founding member of the Lunaire String Quartet and Kalistos Chamber Orchestra.
Egnuchi can be heard as the cellist of Xanthos (a resident ensemble at Boston University), assistant principal of Camerata New England, principal of New Bedford Symphony, a member of the New Hampshire Music Festival, Portland Symphony and in frequent appearances with Boston Pops and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project.
Perkins is professor of music and director of choral activities at Plymouth State University. He is music director of the New Hampshire Master Chorale and Chamber Orchestra and the Manchester Choral Society and Orchestra. He is also principal guest conductor and director of chorale activities for the New Hampshire Music Festival.
For more information, visit www.taylorcommunity.org or call 366-1400.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 11:21
FRANKLIN — On Thursday, November 13th the Franklin Mayor's Drug Task Force will host an open discussion on issues surrounding alcohol and other drug use in the Franklin and Hill communities. This discussion will take place from 5:30–7 p.m. at The Franklin Opera House.
The discussion will focus on narrowing down the community's priorities regarding alcohol and other drug use concerns. Area residents are invited to attend, enjoy food and refreshments provided by coalition members, and share their thoughts.
Task Force Coordinator, Angela Lynch, explains this listening session is step one of a multi-step process. This process will guide Task Force planning to help reduce substance abuse in the community.
"We want people to know that their voice matters," says Lynch. "We want to hear what their priorities are in tackling substance abuse."
The Task Force encourages the community to take a look at some important information and data online to help prepare for the discussion. To view this data, visit www.franklinnh.org. On the Task Force homepage under the header "Local Data" the links to recent local data reports can be found.
"This first step is part of a much larger conversation and won't be focused on solutions at this stage," said Lynch. "There will be no blaming involved in our discussions." The Task Force will be using data to address two important points. The first is to carefully consider which substances are directly impacting our community right now, and second o identify what substances stand the greatest chance of reducing.
In addition to food and refreshments, childcare is being offered. Community members in need of childcare, are encouraged to reserve a spot when they RSVP. All interested attendees must RSVP to the Franklin Mayor's Drug Task Force by calling 998-5337.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 11:13
BRISTOL — Mid-State Health Center will host this month's Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours event on Wednesday, Nov. 12, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Mid-State Health's new Bristol location at 100 Robie Drive, just off Route 104 in Bristol.
The event is an opportunity for Mid-State to highlight its achievements of the past year and share plans for the future, as well to show off their new facility. In addition Chamber members, partners, and friends will have a chance to mix and mingle as they relax and enjoy refreshments, conversation, and door prizes.
The new Mid-State Health facility replaces its previous Lake Street location, offering improved and expanded access to primary care, behavioral health, and oral health services.
This business-networking event, conducted by the Plymouth Regional Chamber, is part of its active support of the regional businesses and is possible through the generous support of key area businesses and professionals.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 11:00
MOULTONBOROUGH — Military veterans and their spouses who live in Moultonborough or neighboring towns are invited to a potluck supper sponsored by the Moultonborough Historical Society on Monday evening, November 10, at the meeting room in the Life Safety Building (Fire/Police Station) on Rt. 25 at 6:00 p.m. for a potluck supper in honor of Veteran's Day.
Veterans need only bring their own place setting; all Society members and other guests should bring their place setting (plate and silverware) and a salad, entree, or dessert to share. Call Fran Vincent at 253-6250 to let the committee know how many guests to expect.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 10:55
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