MOULTONBOROUGH — Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough will host Bloom in Art, an exhibition of paintings, at the Carriage House Art Gallery from Thursday, Sept. 4, through Oct. 26.
Bloom in Art will present a collection of more than 40 selected paintings of flowers in all forms and settings, from floral arrangements and tree branches to fields and gardens. On loan from a private collection and guest-curated by Samuel and Sheila Robbins, the exhibition features both prominent and unknown talented artists working in a variety of styles and media.
The public is invited to a gallery reception on Sunday, Sept. 7, at 5:30 p.m. to celebrate the opening of this exhibition. The guest curators will be on hand, and complimentary wine and crudités will be served. Free to the public. Entrance to the Carriage House Gallery is via Ossipee Park Road.
The exhibition and Gallery Reception are sponsored by Christopher P. Williams Architects LLC.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 September 2014 08:51
HOLDERNESS — On Tuesday, September 9 the Lakes Region Conservation Trust in partnership with the Squam Lakes Association will present a guided paddle to explore White Oak Pond. This paddle will begin at 8 a.m. and end at approximately 11 a.m.
LRCT owns a land with 1,300 feet of shoreline on the pond and holds conservation easements on two small islands, Frank's and Bayberry, totaling approximately 9 acres with nearly a mile of shoreline. In addition, the woodlands and wetlands on the pond's shorelines and islands provide habitat for such species as beaver, mink, great blue heron, and loon.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 September 2014 08:49
GILFORD — Gilford Historical Society members were very pleased to see so many people touring its three buildings during Old Home Day.
"We appreciate the fact that so many people value our historical buildings and want to learn and see what life was like before electricity. We were especially glad to see so many young people interested and asking questions.'' said Kathy Lacroix, society member.
The 1857 Grange (opposite the Village Store) and the 1838 Rowe House (beside the elementary school) will be open on the first Saturday of September and October, from 10 am-2 p.m..
''We especially hope that parents/grandparents will want to bring their children to see what life would have been like for them in the 1800's and early 1900's. I know that when the four classes of second graders from Franklin visited in the spring, they were interested and had many questions, and were surprised by some of the answers. This is a chance for adults to share a learning experience with their young ones. If you would like a "sneak peek" at what our building/exhibits look like, go to gilfordhistoricalsociety.org.'' says Lacroix.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 September 2014 08:37
Laura Brusseau and Ashley May Halsey's four events have raised over $30,000 for Lakes Region's non-profits. Each event features four men and four women are selected to be the "stars". The winner will receive 50% of the shows proceeds donated to his/her charity. The other seven cast members will split the remaining proceeds.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 September 2014 08:32
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