MEREDITH — Enjoy a relaxing day with the League of NH Craftsmen – Meredith Fine Craft Gallery and artist Paula Barry on Saturday, June 28 from 11 am – 3 pm creating your own garden totem.
During this workshop participants can come anytime between 11 am and 3 pm to design their own garden totem from a variety of clay beads.
Customers interested in this workshop can choose from three sizes of garden totems and the cost depends on the size of totem chosen. Also, please bring a box and packing materials for your totems.
Small: 19" $129
Medium: 25" $179
Large: 31" $229
A deposit of $100 will be needed in order to sign up for this workshop and the remainder is to be paid the day of the workshop. Pre-registration is required. To register, call the League Gallery at 603.279.7920 or visit us at 279 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith.
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:23
HOLDERNESS — New Hampshire Fish & Game will talk about Bass and Bass Tournaments at The Squam Lakes Association on Wednesday, June 25 from 7 pm to 8:30 pm
Squam Lake is nationally known as a productive lake for bass fishing. The quality of the fishery brings both pleasure and challenge. Loon populations are at risk from lead jig use, an issue addressed last year with the result of lead being banned from New Hampshire lakes effective in 2016. Different folks ply Squam for these fish with different expectations, and this can lead to conflict. The Squam Lakes Association is working in partnership with Fish and Game to find ways to reduce issues and ensure a high quality fishery and high quality experiences for all.
Overall, populations are strong and reproduction is high for these popular sport fish. NH Fish and Game biologist Gabe Gries will discuss tournaments- how they are scheduled and managed and monitored, bass population management and all things bass at the SLA Fisher Family Barn on Wednesday, June 25 at 7 pm.
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:19
HEBRON — The Hebron Gazebo Program is proud to announce its schedule for the 2014 season. Once again all concerts will be held on the Hebron Common on Saturday nights starting at 6 p.m.
Starting off the schedule on June 28 is the ever popular Uncle Steve Band and the Newfound Pathways organization will be doing the barbecue. On July 5 Studio Two will be playing Beatles and 60's and 70's music and the barbecue will be done by the Historical Society with desserts by the Cabin Fever Group.
Wyld Nightz will be playing 60's and 70's music to today on July 19 and the Hebron Village Store will be doing the barbecue. The Buskers will be playing bluegrass and folk when they return to the Common on August 2 with the barbecue done by the Hebron Village Store.
The concert season wraps up on August 16 with Family Fun Day. Starting off the festivities at 11 am is the Hebron Conservation Commission Hike. Following that there are four events starting at 2 pm. The Cribbage Contest will be held at the Gazebo, with a Plymouth Police Canine Demo on the Common while over at the Library the Hebron Library Book Sale will be held from 2-4 pm. and also be sure to get your Dessert Contest entries in at 2 pm. If you have a Unique or Vintage Vehicle be sure to bring it by for the Unique Vintage Vehicle Show from 2-4 pm. At 3 pm Mike Whitney will be performing a variety of tunes and be sure to bring the kids by for the kids games at 4 pm on the Common.
Be sure to get into the groove at 5 pm with Kid Jazz playing swing and bop on over to the Hebron Fire Department barbecue. Annie and the Orphans will be taking the stage at 7 pm playing their always great selection of songs and at 8:30 pm North Star Fireworks will begin their wonderful fireworks display.
The Hebron Gazebo Programs are sponsored by the taxpayers of Hebron, Northway Bank, and donations from individuals and organizations. Free popcorn thanks to Bill White Realty. If you have any questions call 744-3335.
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:14
NEW HAMPTON — Atsakh, Fermata Arts Foundation, and the Ministry of Youth and Culture of the Republic of Nargorno-Karabakh are happy to announce the traveling exhibition of children's drawings to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Artsakh Freedom Movement.
The name of the exhibition is: "Mountainous Flowers"
The Nargorno-Karabakh Republic is a landlocked mountainous region which seceded from Azerjaijan in 1988. Nagorno-Karabakh, officially the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, Artsakh Republic or Republic of Artsakh, is a republic in the South Caucasus recognized only by three other non-UN states
Now showing-the last two weeks of June-- at the Nash Gallery, which is part of the Gordon-Nash Library.
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:10