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Lillian E. Twombly, 71

LACONIA — Lillian Evelyn Twombly, 71, formally of 251 Gordon Hill Rd, Alexandria, died at the Belknap County Nursing Home, Laconia, on Friday, April 4, 2014.
Lillian was born September 21, 1942 in Laconia, the daughter of Clarence and Dorothy (Henry) Twombly.
Lillian was a very loved person. She was kind, caring of others and respectful. Once people met her, they immediately loved her and recognized her inner and outer beauty.
Lillian, like her mother was artistic, she especially liked to draw landscapes (houses and flowers) and cats and at one time she made beautiful note cards that she gave to family and friends. She loved music and had a beautiful voice and a good memory for many songs, especially the "oldies" which she would sing with her friend, Richard H. Though she was a homebody at heart, when offered the chance she loved to travel. She went to Graceland and to Florida on several occasions.
Lillian had a loving and caring family and many friends; she will be missed by all who knew her.
Lillian's family, Jeanette and Larry Stinson and their granddaughter, Jessica Duran and other family members and her friends, Phyllis Tower, (since they were little girls), Penni and Larry Matthews, Richard Harris, Melanie Mardin and others were very important to her. She always looked forward to the time she would spend with Jeanette and opportunities to visit with friends. Upon moving to the Belknap Nursing Home, she became reconnected with family as a cousin, Denise Boudreau, worked there and so was able to reunite with family in Ohio, Miss Jean Henry and family, and in Kentucky.
Survivors include her nephew, James Stinson, of Vt. Lillian was predeceased by her sister, Jeanette Stinson and their parents.
There will be no calling hours.
A funeral service will be held on Friday April 11, 2014 at 6 p.m. in the Carriage House of the Wilkinson-Beane-Simoneau-Paquette Funeral Home, 164 Pleasant Street, Laconia, NH.
Spring burial will be in Beech Grove Cemetery, Gilmanton, N.H.
For those who wish, the family suggests that memorial donations be made to Lakes Region Community Services, PO Box 509, Laconia, NH 03247-0509.
Wilkinson-Beane-Simoneau-Paquette Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 164 Pleasant Street, Laconia, NH is assisting the family with the arrangements. For more information and to view an online memorial go to www.wilkinsonbeane.com.

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Lenten Music Series features Robert Couchon Concert

LACONIA — The Congregational Church of Laconia, UCC invites the public to share in Music for Lent. All events will be held in the sanctuary of the church, in at 18 Veteran's Square in downtown Laconia. An organ concert will be presented at noon on Friday April 11, and a Good Friday service will feature music by the combined choirs of the Laconia and Sanbornton Congregational churches.

An organ concert on April 11 will feature Robert D. Couchon, a native of Worcester, Massachusetts. He studied piano from the age of seven, and pursued a degree as a foreign language major before finally majoring in Organ at the Boston Conservatory of Music. While at the Conservatory, he was accepted as one of a very limited number of students of concert Organist, Virgil Fox, with whom he studied for five years. During that time, he also pursued advanced piano studies in New York City with Mary Louise Boehm, a concert pianist and pupil of the legendary German pianist, Walter Gieseking.

Mr. Couchon is currently Organist and Music Director of the United Church of Christ in Temple, New Hampshire, and Director of Music and Organist of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Parish in Winchendon, Massachusetts and also Organist of Temple Emmanuel-Sinai, in Worcester, Massachusetts, a position he has held for the past twenty six years. Mr. Couchon is also a frequent recitalist in the New England area and a teacher of both piano and organ.

On the evening of April 18 at 7 pm, a Good Friday service will be held at the church, with music by the combined choirs of the Laconia Congregational Church and the Sanbornton Congregational Church. The combined choir will be accompanied by Bob Bengtson, Director of Music and Organist of the Laconia Congregational Church and Doug Embree, Organist of the Sanbornton Congregational church, and directed by Dennis Akerman, Minister of Music and Choir Director at Sanbornton Congregational Church.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 April 2014 08:11

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Tower Hill Club hosting JamGrass event Friday & Saturday

WEIRS BEACH — The Tower Hill Club, located at 290 Lakeside Ave, Laconia, will host the inaugural JamGrass Spring Festival and canned food drive on Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12, from 6 p.m. until 1 a.m. on both nights.
A half a dozen bands from across New England will get that spring feeling in the air, and will make even the coldest winter is a distant memory. Bluegrass music regularly features banjo, guitar, fiddle, mandolin, and stand-up bass, dobro, and tight vocal harmonies. Bands will be performing both traditional and original tunes.
This event doubles as a canned food drive to benefit Strangers Helping Strangers, a unique organization that provides support and resources to care for those less fortunate by setting up food drives at local concerts and festivals, after which supplies are delivered to local food banks, pantries and shelters.
JamGrass is an affordable event, $8 for a one day pass and $14 for a two day pass 21+ or all ages with a parental guardian. Concessions, beer, wine and liquor will be available. The festival is housed indoors and will be a rain or shine event, there are several places to stay in the area. For hotel or motel reservations visit www.weirsnh.com
The JamGrass Spring Festival is held at the Tower Hill Club, located on the 2nd floor above Tower Hill Tavern. Parking on Weirs Beach is free for this event. For more information, contact Jay Santagate at (603)366-9100 or visit www.TowerHillClub.com

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 April 2014 08:05

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Hermit Woods celebrating the Grand opening of their new Meredith home

 

MEREDITH — Hermit Woods Winery will be celebrating the grand opening of their new Meredith home on Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 72 Main Street, Meredith.

In May of 2013, with the help of Meredith Village Savings Bank and Belknap County Economic Development Council, Hermit Woods purchased the building that was the long time home of the Fermentation Station and began what turned out to be an extensive eleven month renovation. With that renovation almost complete, Hermit Woods is now ready to share their new home with the public.

Festivities will include live music by Local Artists Mark Dionne from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and David Young from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Wine tasting and light food will be available and Hermit Woods will be offering complimentary tours of their new wine making facilities.

Also, the owners of Hermit Woods are very excited about their partnership with Oglethorpe's Fine Arts & Crafts, who will manage the gift side of Hermit Woods winery. Oglethorpe's has been offering finely crafted, American made arts and crafts in Meredith for over 20 years, and will now bring that tradition to Hermit Woods Winery with a focus on wine related gifts.

Hermit Woods will also be developing a selection of locally made foods. Bob Manley, partner at Hermit Woods, said, "it will take a few months to develop our selection, but we are off to a good start with the most delectable breads and coffee in the area". The Bread Peddler will be offering hand made artisan breads and a there will be a wide selection of Woodshed Coffee.

"We look forward to taking our place amongst the Meredith business community and doing our part to create a wonderful environment for both tourists and residence alike" says Bob, "the staff at Mill Falls at the Lake have already expressed how happy they are that we are in town and have begun helping their guests find us". Bob added, "The whole town has been so supportive of our effort, we can't say enough how much we have appreciated the warm welcome."

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 April 2014 08:00

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