LACONIA — The Gallery Space located on Canal Street in Downtown Laconia is proud to host a Meet the Artist Reception for exhibiting print maker, Carole Groenke, on Tuesday October 29 from 4-6 p.m.
Carole's exhibition entitled Apple-A-Day-Art consists of twelve color as well as black and white prints created on a quality of life theme. Her work revolves around nature as an inspiration to making art part of your everyday life. As a member of the Women's Caucus for Art-NH, juried member of the Squam Lakes Artisans, Artist Cooperative, and member artist of the Gallery Space, Carole is an energetic source of creative energy.
"I'm always looking for people and places to inspire my imagination and my art," said the artist. She added, "Finding creative sources like the Studio, the Frates Center, and Plymouth State University have helped me to realize that my resources are have been around me all the time."
As a world traveler, Carole, is planning her reception around her recent cycling trip through Tuscany. Carole will have some Tuscan inspired refreshments at the reception for visitors to munch on as well as her colorfully inspiring prints for visitors to enjoy.
A special part of the Reception will be a a one day opportunity for the public to make a difference by receiving one of two prints created in support of the Anderson Pharmacy Fund established in 2000 by Jerry & Lynn Anderson. During Lynn's chemotherapy treatment these two pioneers established a fund to support oncology patients at LRGH who were struggling financially. Carole is also a concerned member of the Lakes Region who inspires others through her art and her concern for others in the community.
She concluded that "I have found that working with other artists have grounded me with the techniques that I use in my artwork and exhibition opportunities such as this one help to keep me grounded to my work."
For more information about the Reception, the Anderson Fund, or the prints call 528-7651
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 October 2013 12:37
MEREDITH — Are you a Friend of Fenwick ? Find out by attending The Inter-Lakes High School Theater Company presentation of The Mouse That Roared.
Performances are October 31 at 3:15 p.m., November 1 at 7 p.m. and November 2 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
The tiny Duchy of Grand Fenwick is in trouble. Their one source of revenue, wine sales, has been disrupted by treacherous vintners in California. What to do? Why, declare war on the USA, of course. Duchess Gloriana (Hannah Simmons) knows that once Fenwick loses, the USA will help to rehabilitate her small kingdom.
Her plot with Countess Mountjoy (Katherine Miller) and Minister Benter (Josh Brown) goes awry when National Forest Ranger, Tully Bascom (John Findlay) takes his promotion to Captain of the Guard very seriously and chaos ensues. Find out what happens by attending the The Inter-Lakes High School Theater Company presentation of The Mouse That Roared!
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 October 2013 12:32
GILFORD — A Gilford High School student will be leading baton twirling classes at the Gilford Community center starting on Monday, November 4. The lessons will be offered over course of three months, running every Monday night from 5-5:45 p.m. for boys and girls ages 5-8 and 5:45-6:30 p.m. for those over 9 years of age.
Student Allie Nault has been a baton twirler and a member of the Red Star Twirlers in Derry, since the age of 5. Up until recently, Nault was the feature twirlier for Manchester West High School. After her move to Gilford, Nault has continued with her baton twirling and is now the feature twirler for the band at Gilford High School.
Hoping to help share her knowledge and skills of baton twirling with the community Nault will be conducting the baton classes for anyone interested. Batons will be provided to use in class.
Space is limited. To register for the class call the Gilford Community Center at 524-6978 or go to the website for more information and a registration form.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 October 2013 12:28
MEREDITH — Due to overwhelming participant demand, the Laconia Area Community Land Trust has added a first-time home buyer seminar to its November schedule. This month's seminar takes place Saturday, November 9 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Seneca Ladd Building in Meredith.
So far, 285 first-time homebuyers have graduated from LACLT's program, representing $42.4 million in local home purchases. The seminar, sponsored by Meredith Village Savings Bank, will discuss credit and budgeting, qualifying for a mortgage, working with a realtor, the home inspection process, and the closing process.
The First-time Homebuyer Seminar is free and open to the public; advance registration is required. Continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 October 2013 12:22
- Laconia Holiday Parade will be Nov. 30
- Visiting Nurses of Meredith & Center Harbor launch Annual Appeal
- Partnership for Public Health gives first Workplace Champion award to Meredith Village Savings Bank
- Plymouth Chamber Leadership Academy Kicks Off with Opening Retreat on Mayhew Island
- Friends of the Gilman Library will meet
- Brooks Brothers Accepting Gently Used Coats for Santa Fund