Chamber Business After Hours hosted by Voices Against Violence
PLYMOUTH — Voices Against Violence will host the next Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event on Tuesday, Aug. 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. at M'nM Scoops, at 67 Main St., in downtown Plymouth.
Those attending will have the opportunity to learn more about the work that Voices Against Violence is doing in the Pemi-Baker area as well as to mix and mingle with Chamber members, partners, and friends as they relax and enjoy refreshments, conversation, and door prizes.
Voices Against Violence, which serves southern Grafton County, strives to break the cycle of violence by providing comprehensive services for all victims and survivors and by creating social change through education and action. It provides information and support to victims and survivors, their family and friends, community members, and professionals around domestic violence, children who witness domestic violence, sexual violence and harassment, stalking, and bullying.
Business After Hours is a 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 Tuesday, 05 August 2014 09:15
GILFORD — Members of the Interact Club at Gilford High School were among the volunteers which helped at at the Marshmallow Man triathlon on Saturday, Aug. 2, at Opechee Park in Laconia. The event helped to raise funds for the Child Advocacy Center in Laconia.
The Gilford Interact students who participated were Noelle Benavides, Misty Medeiros, Clara Jude, Sisi Remick, Max Sawyer, and Cassidy Bartlett. Mrs. Deb LaLiberte is the club's adviser.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 August 2014 09:11
LACONIA — The Laconia VFW Post 1670 will be hosting a meat bingo on Friday, Aug. 8, at 6:30 p.m.
Food will be available as well as a 50/50 and "winner take all."
Proceeds from the event will go toward the VFW's building fund to build a new smoking area. The post home at 143 Court St., Laconia, has non-smoking since June 1.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 August 2014 09:05
MEREDITH — Printmaker Matthew Smith of Quincy Pond Printworks is the featured Artist of the month for August at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen gallery in Meredith.
Smith, who has his studio is in Nottingham, is best known for his copper block and intaglio etchings featuring fish, crabs, turtles, and all types of other sea and shore creatures. Matthew has created a new way to make prints - copper block etching - that combines the top features of intaglio etching and relief printing to best achieve the incredible color, depth, and texture found in his work.
His newest works feature the hybrid combination of copper and wood in the same print. Smith hopes that his works will be a gentle reminder of the magnificence of our oceans and the fragile circle of life on this planet we all share.
Smith will be the special guest at a reception on Saturday, Aug. 16, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the gallery.
More information is available by calling the gallery at (603) 279-7920.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 August 2014 08:53
- Gilford Community Band playing Wednesday
- Erosion control workshop offered in Moultonborough
- Cinderella on stage at Plymouth State on August 14
- Jenkins exhibit to open Aug. 13 at Carega Gallery
- Senior Moment-um taking trip on the boat ‘Sophie C’ on August 11th
- Appalachian Teen Project receives funding from United Way, Pardoe Foundation