ALTON — The Lakes Region Tea Party will be meeting on Wednesday, September 18 at 6 p.m at the Gilman Museum at 123 Main Street in Alton.
The Alton Business Association is hosting a forum on Workforce Housing and it's important that many citizens attend to discover more about this very controversial topic.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 September 2013 09:51
LACONIA — Photographer Evelyn Lamprey gives us an intimate, almost cozy, view of Elvis Presley's home Graceland in her "Just Like Us, Only Not" display at 6 p.m. at The Studio in Laconia.During a visit to Graceland last year, Lamprey was allowed a short amount of time to capture pictures. The images that are being shown at The Studio reveal an almost-average home, dated and nostalgic, with only a few glimpses of the over-the-top excess that we often associate with Elvis. "I was surprised at how unpretentious so much of it was," says Lamprey. "Even the pretension is often tempered by the mundane, and sometimes the tacky - an arrangement of silk flowers on an exquisitely set dining table, a single wilting plant in an over-sized terracotta pot, poolside."
The exhibit runs through the month of September at The Studio, 50 Canal Street in Laconia. For more information call 603-455-8008.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 September 2013 09:48
LACONIA — Hans Hug Jr. returns to the Lake Winnipesaukee Museum on Saturday, September 14 with his program, "The Underwater History of Lake Winnipesaukee." The program will begin at 11 a.m.
His presentation will include videos of wrecks while diving in the big lake and other interesting artifacts from below the surface of the lake. Hug has been an avid diver for many years and it will be of great interest to anyone who enjoys the history of Lake Winnipesaukee. Admission is free to LWHS embers, for non members there will be a $5 fee per person to attend the lecture.
Pre-registration is required for this popular lecture as seating is limited. To reserve seats or for more information call 366-5950
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 September 2013 09:43
CANTERBURY — The Canterbury Artisan Festival will take place on Saturday, September 14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Canterbury Shaker Village in Canterbury. The Canterbury Artisan Fair celebrates Traditional Arts with an Artisan Craft Fair & Farmers' Market, music, artisan food and demonstrations.
Artisan Food will be provided by the Lakes Region Community College Culinary Arts Program, Brookford Farm, Stone Oven Mountain Fired Pizza, and Ian's Granite Grill. Entertainment will be provided by the Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki Trio, The Sugar River String Band, and Roger Sorlien and Samantha Tracy. Demonstrations include fiber arts, coopering by Ron Raiselis, blacksmithing by David Court, woodworking by Preservation Timber Framing and others.
"Last year when we first decided to host the Artisan Festival, we set out to showcase local talent amid the Shaker design and industry that is on display throughout the Village," noted Funi Burdick, Executive Director. "This year's Canterbury Artisan Festival is a day-long celebration of these Traditional Arts with something for everyone: crafts, music, artisan food and demonstrations."
The Canterbury Artisan Festival is sponsored by The Concord Group Insurance, Public Service Company of New Hampshire, Lincoln Financial Group, Northeast Delta Dental, Nathan Wechsler & Company, Meredith Village Savings Bank and Rowley Agency.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $6 for children ages 6-17. Children under 5 are free. Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.shakers.org.
CAPTION — The Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki Trio will perform at the annual Artisan Festival at Canterbury Shaker Village on Saturday, September 14. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 September 2013 09:39
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- Lecture by Acadia National Park experts on Sept. 20
- Adult Fall Hiking Program Continues on Tuesday Mornings
- NHEC & Northway Bank Launch Campaign to Reduce Hunger in NH
- LRCC to Hold Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for new Health and Science Building