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Teatime etiquette lesson at The Clark House Saturday

WOLFEBORO — The Clark House Museum program will hold a "Teatime Etiquette Afternoon" on Saturday, August 23 from 2-4 p.m. This is an interactive program for all ages.

Participants will interact with the Victorian hostess of the Clark family, "Sarah Clark" as she shares the many traditions and tales of teatime as it might have been at the Clark House when she lived there in the 1800's in Wolfeboro's Victorian age.

Individuals will learn various aspects of Tea Etiquette, be introduced to various types of teas and learn the tools necessary for a proper teatime. There will be samples available to try as well as a a bag of tea available for people to take home with them. Fine china will be up for viewing in many parts of the rooms. Special tea music by local musician, Mike Welch, will be featured during the event.

Reservations are recommended. Cost is $8 per person and is limited to 16 people. For more information or to reserve a table call 569-4997 or 569-5709. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 August 2014 07:59

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Diver to reveal ‘What Lies Beneath Winnipesaukee’ in Franklin on Sept. 4

FRANKLIN — On Thursday, September 4 at 7  p.m., scuba diver and underwater explorer/historian Hans Hug will discuss the deep aquatic finds lying at the bottom of Lake Winnipesaukee in an engrossing style that has attracted hundreds of rapt listeners all over NH in the program "What Lies Beneath Winnipesaukee".

This program held at the Franklin Library will delve into the artifacts, shipwrecks and other underwater discoveries that Hug has uncovered over the years he has taken his camera to the depths of the Big Lake. Using old maps, photographs, historical research and high tech side-scan-sonar, he has discovered many new and fascinating things including dozens of heretofore unknown shipwrecks. Mr. Hug will display many of the objects he has found as well as underwater photographs and sonar images, and will show a short video of one of the wrecks he located. Of interest to history buffs, scuba divers, or just armchair adventurers, this is an educational event not to be missed.

There is no admission charge, and the presentation is open to all. The Franklin Library, 310 Central Street, is located next to the Franklin City Hall/Opera House, with elevator access to the second floor meeting room through the library's back door off the rear parking lot. After the program the Society will hold its regular monthly business meeting and all attendees are encouraged to stay, listen, and participate.

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 August 2014 07:57

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City’s Multicultural Festival to feature wide variety of entertainment

LACONIA — The 13th Annual Multicultural Day Festival will be held on Saturday, September 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in downtown Laconia. This all-day signature event showcases international and ethnic music, food, arts, and crafts. The goal of the LMF Committee

is to increase cultural awareness and foster an inclusive community for all – from first Americans to our most recent immigrants and refugees.

Lindsay and Her Puppets will be a part of the Children's Corner this year. Lindsay and the puppets bring much laughter to kids and parents, along with stories to be thoughtful about. Activities and entertainment in the Children's Corner are much enlarged and diverse this year. Other performances include: The Concord School of Music, Larry Frates' Magic Show and Cartoon Story-time, and Artsfest Hoop Dance & Circus Demos. Wildlife Encounters will be present, and much more to hold the attention of the youngest. Juliean Hartley, a certified music therapist of the Concord School of Music, specializes in early childhood development goals. In its 12th year with the Festival, Wildlife Encounters brings awareness concerning issues affecting Animals – People – Earth, while providing a personal connection with exotic animals.

Among the many LMF entertainers will be the Jack Zarzatian Ensemble. Jack and his fellow musicians' repertoire include Armenian, Turkish, Greek, and Arabic classical, folk, and contemporary music. They offer a diverse experience in musical instruments and styles, including the dumbek, a Middle Eastern drum, and the oud, a Middle Eastern lute. Jack has performed at major festivals and musical events all over the U.S. and Canada.

Those who still wish to register as social service, craft, or food vendors can go on-line at the Laconia Multicultural Festival Website to do so. The Laconia Human Relations Committee is joined by the Historic Belknap Mill and Laconia Main Street in sponsoring the Laconia Multicultural Festival. For more information contact Becky Guyer, Coordinator, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 10:58

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Laconia Adult Ed offering electrical, plumbing apprenticeship classes

LACONIA — Laconia Adult Education is offering Electrical and Plumbing Apprenticeship Classes starting on Monday, September 8 and Wednesday, September 10. The classes will meet on two nights per week from 6:00-9:00 p.m. for a total of six classroom hours of instruction per week, explained Mrs. Peggy Selig, Program Director. All classes are held at Laconia High School. This is a four year program and years I - IV are offered in the Electrical and Plumbing trades.

The Electrical and Plumbing Apprenticeship classes are the pre-requisites required for anyone desiring to become a licensed electrician or plumber in the State of New Hampshire. In order to become eligible to take the Journeymen's Exam, an apprentice must have completed 8,000 hours of "on-the-job" training and 600 hours of related classroom instruction over a four year period in a State approved program. There is a charge for these classes of $975 per year and the books are included in this fee.

The Electrician's "on-the-job" training involves planning layouts, installing and repairing wiring and electrical fixtures, apparatus and control equipment. The apprentice measures, cuts, bends, threads, assembles, and installs electrical conduit using tools, splicing wires by stripping insulation from terminal leads, soldering wires, connecting power cables to equipment, testing continuity of circuit to ensure electrical capability and safety, and learning the electrical codes.

The Plumber's "on-the-job" training covers but is not limited to assembling, installing, and repairing pipes, fittings and fixtures of heating, water, and drainage systems according to specifications and plumbing codes. Learning how to read blueprints and plans to determine work required and sequence of installations. Pipe bending and fittings, valve installations, working with glass, plastic, steel, brass and welding, in addition to installing and repairing plumbing fixtures, replacing washers in leaky faucets, fixing burst pipes and opening clogged drains.

For more information call the Laconia Adult Education Office at 524-5712 or stop by the Adult Education Office located in Room #108 at Laconia High School.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 10:52

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