MEREDITH — On Sunday, January 19th the community theater branch of the Winnipesaukee Playhouse will be holding an information night for all community members interested in finding out more about its special Spring Production. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the new Winnipesaukee Playhouse theater.
From May 1-4, 2014 the Winni Players, along with the youth and teen ensembles of the Playhouse, will be performing Tony Kushner's play But the Giraffe in conjunction with the historically important musical Brundibar by Hans Krasa and Adolf Hoffmeister with new lyrics by Tony Kushner. This unique production is a little different than other Winni Players' productions. For the past 6 years the group has performed staged readings of Holocaust themed plays for Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day. This year the Players are producing a full scale production of these two plays in lieu of a staged reading with all performances followed by talkbacks with the cast and audience and educational displays of historic material in the lobby.
Brundibar was performed 55 times in the Terezin concentration camp by Jewish children during WWII. Many of the children did not survive the war. Director Bryan Halperin says, "Performing Brundibar is a way for the Lakes Region community to remember the lives lost in the Holocaust while coming together to build our own community by sharing this experience. The nice thing about Brundibar is that is can be an introduction to people, including kids, about the Holocaust without the fear and horror of many Holocaust stories. Brundibar is a fable, about bullies, and teaches people to work together to stand up against tyranny, an appropriate lesson for any commmunity."
Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 10:47
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce presents its next Brown Bag Luncheon Seminar on Wednesday, January 15 from noon to 1 p.m. at Pease Public Library on Russell Street.
Debbie Bolduc, owner of BizBuzz Marketing Partners has been asked to join as guest speaker, to share insights about how to define your target market and how to relate to your potential and current customers. Bolduc specializes in small business marketing plans, coaching, consulting, and implementation. Providing services from press releases to social media, she offers one-on-one customized marketing solutions for small business owners.
A well-defined target market is the first element to a marketing strategy, yet often the most over-looked by small businesses. Without identifying the target audience, marketing efforts will be too broad, focusing on everyone, and no one’s target market is everyone. Repeatedly, studies have shown that people engage in business more often with those they feel a connection. By identifying a target market, one will be able to show potential customers that they understand their unique needs, fears, desires and concerns, and to demonstrate how your services/products address those issues. This allows individuals to differentiate their business from those of competitors.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 10:37
MEREDITH — The Greater Meredith Board of Directors has elected Rob Stephens as President of the GMP Board for 2014. Joining him as Vice President is Ted Fodero, as Treasurer, Dick Pendergast and as Secretary, Jacqueline Taylor. The GMP Board appreciates and thanks Chris Kelly, who served as president for two years, for his effective leadership.
The Greater Meredith Program's board is comprised of community leaders and town officials who volunteer their time and expertise to advance the mission of the organization. Board members for 2014 include Jack Carty, John Cook, Jeanie Forrester, Audrey Goudie, Chris Kelly, Sam Laverak, Bev Lapham, Nancy Lavigne, Miller Lovett, Rusty McLear, Kara Martinez, Katheryn Rolfe, Matt Sawyer, Chris Williams and Liz Lapham, Executive Director. Ex-officio members are John Edgar, Mary Ellen Ormond and Phil Warren.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 10:06
GILMANTON — For the entire month of January everything in the Gilmanton Community Church Thrift Shop is 50% off. Additionally, buy one ladies top, get one ladies pants free.
Just a reminder that the telephone number for the GCC Food Pantry and Thrift Shop is 603-364-0114. If no one is present, leave a detailed message and someone will return your call as soon as possible.
The GCC Food Pantry and Thrift Shop is located on Route 140 in Gilmanton Iron Works, parking is available in the Gilmanton Community Church parking lot, and the Thrift Shop is open to the public.
Hours: Wednesdays, 3 – 7 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Monetary donations may be mailed to GCC Food Pantry and Thrift Shop, PO Box 6, Gilmanton Iron Works, NH 03837. Donations of food and clothing may be brought to the Thrift Shop during hours that it is open. Please do not leave donations outside of the door.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 09:59
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