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T-Bones/Cactus Jack’s manager is latest to sign up for Leadership class


Lori Haney of Canterbury, right, is the newest member to join the Leadership Lakes Region Class of 2016. She is a dining room manager for T-Bones/Cactus Jack's restaurants in Laconia. Haney was recommended for the class by her boss, Jay Bolduc, left. Bolduc, the restaurants' general manager, is a graduate of Leadership Lakes Region, Class of 2012. Anyone interested in joining Haney in the next class, which starts in October, is invited to go to the website, www.leadershiplakesregion.org. (Courtesy photo)

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 July 2015 09:31

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Book sale planned at Wentworth Public Library

SANDWICH — Friends of the Wentworth Public Library will host its annual Book Sale on Tuesday, August 4th, Wednesday, August 5th and Thursday, August 6th, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. during Old Home Week in the Smith Building on the Fairgrounds behind the library.

This is a big sale with hard and softbound books in well-organized categories including children's books and games, classics & literature, novels, biographies, mysteries, politics, history, art, psychology, gardening , cooking, music and DVD films and more. All proceeds from the book sale go to the Samuel Wentworth Friends of Library to benefit new book acquisitions and programming.

The Friends are an all-volunteer non-profit organization which supports the small, historical library. Contact Peggy at peggylongleysbcglobal.net with any questions including times of the sale or Elaine at 253-6319 to volunteer during the sale.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 July 2015 09:28

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Printmaker leading free lecture on Aug. 3

MEREDITH — The League of NH Craftsmen – Meredith Fine Craft Gallery will be having a free lecture by printmaker R.P Hale on August 3rd from 7–8 p.m. This lecture will be hosted by the Meredith Bay Colony Club.
R.P. Hale is a multigenerational interdisciplinary artist, master-calligrapher and illustrator, medical illustrator, wood engraver, printmaker, early musician and harpsichord maker whose work is in collections and museums worldwide. His style is illustrative and he deliberately cultivated a late-18th-century engraving style for his work, all of which is by commission. He is one of the acknowledged masters in wood engraving and printmaking, teaches the art nationwide, and is also a solar astronomer and specialist in Mesoamerican Studies, specifically in the cultures and languages of the Maya and his own ancestral Aztec.
His illustrated talk on the process of wood engraving covers materials, production, printing, some of the applied physics and math of the printing process and some of his own Mexican family's long history in art, printing and wood engraving. He inherited nearly all of his tools, shop equipment, type fonts, and two of his three presses. He will have examples of the many tools, materials and prints he has made, including works-in-progress for commissions, along with some of his calligraphy work.
All lectures are free and held in the Bistro Room at the Meredith Bay Colony Club located at 21 Mile Point Drive in Meredith. Space is limited. Reserve seats in advance by calling the Gallery at (603) 279-7920.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 July 2015 09:20

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Bucky Lewis comedy show at The Margate tonight

LACONIA — Home grown laughter comes to town tonight as Laconia funny man Bucky Lewis takes the stage in Blackstone's at the Margate Resort at 8 p.m. This comedy show is part of the "Comedy on the Lake Series", and is open to the public.
"This is a can't miss show" Lewis says, "Even if you have been before, the rooms sparks up with fun and lots of laughs. You never know what's going to happen".
Tickets may be purchased on location at the Margate, and at the door. 
Tickets are $15 per person, and doors open at 7 p.m. This is an adult rated show, and open to the public. For more info on the event, reservations and tickets, call the Margate at 603-524-5210.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 July 2015 09:17

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