LACONIA — Laconia Adult Education is offering a two-week ABC's of Meditation for Relaxation & Health class starting on Thursday, October 3.
The class will meet from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Adult Education Conference Room in Laconia High School. The class will be taught by Carol Wallace.
Carol Wallace is a Health Educator who has seen firsthand the health issues associated with stress. This course is designed to help people cope with, and in some instances, eliminate the stress in their lives.
Wallace has studied many different approaches that alleviate the damage done to the body due to stress. She has found that the most effective and easiest way to ease or eliminate stress is by learning to meditate and to understand the different methods of breathing which will help to relax and calm.
The class will explain the physiology of stress and why meditation really works. The goal of the class is to teach students how to control the stresses in life in order to achieve better health and ways in which to use these techniques in everyday life.
To enroll in the class or for more information, call the Laconia Adult Education office at 524-5712.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 09:09
BELMONT — This year's "Autumn Leaves" concert at The Music Clinic Theatre Company will feature the vocal stylings of "The Rockin' Daddios".
The popular trio starring Angelo Gentile, Bo Guyer and Jim Rogato has performed their Golden Oldies "feel good music" throughout the Lakes Region to wide acclaim.
"The music of the fifties and sixties conjures up many special memories for those of us commonly referred to as Baby Boomers", said Bo Guyer. "Music from a bygone era, these tunes bring us back to a more innocent time of our lives. You'll hear songs like "Book of Love", "Blue Moon", "Teenager in Love" and "Little Star" to name a few. The songs are family friendly and guaranteed to warm your heart."
The concert will also feature actress Pat Langille in the short play "Claire". Pat has worked in professional and top-notch community theaters throughout New England. She brings "Claire" direct from a recent production at Actors Theatre Playhouse. The show is a tour de force one-act therapy session, in which the character, Claire, an actress, has been driven over the edge by the heartbreak of show business.
"This is the first time we have included a theatre piece in "Autumn Leaves", said Artistic Director Laurie McDaniel. "We're amazed by Pat's talent, and we can't wait for the audience to see her in "Claire".
Laurie McDaniel will perform songs from folk to broadway, and will include the popular "Autumn Leaves". Laurie has worked in theatre for four decades and has been director of the Music Clinic Theatre Company since 2010.
"Autumn Leaves" opens on Friday, October 18 at 7 p.m. and continues Saturday, October 19 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, October 20 with a 2 p.m. matinee. Reservations are strongly encouraged. Tickets are $18. Call 603-677-2777 to reserve seating.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 08:48
LACONIA — The 4th Annual Tee Off for Ta Tas Golf Tournament and Tapas Tasting will take place on Saturday, October 5, 2013; registration is 9 a.m. at Jade Trace Golf Course in Laconia. The tournament will benefit the Making Strides for Breast Cancer walking team assembled by James LaBrie, son of Sheila LaBrie, a 13 year breast cancer survivor.
The tournament format will be a nine hole, par 3 two person Best Ball Scramble. Upon the completion of the 9 holes, the four lowest team scores survive to compete in a single elimination 9 hole match play competition. All other players are re-designated to eaters and drinkers. The Tapas Tasting, provided by Tavern 27, will include nine delicious courses of food paired with beverages and is included in the tournament fee of $100 per team.
Non-golfers may choose to participate in the Tapas Tasting for $49 per person that will begin at 1 p.m. Pre-registration is required by Friday, October 4. The menu can be viewed at www.tavern27.com. Accommodations will be made for dietary preferences.
The Hole-In-One prize pledges for the 4th annual golf tournament are accumulating and the community has generously pledged over $50,000 in prizes thus far.
The following prizes have been pledged by local businesses and individuals for Hole in Ones: a Car from AutoServ of Tilton (model TBA); 50" Flat Screen Hi Def TV provided by Sears of Plymouth; 4 Snow Tires with Mounting and Alignment from No Limits Motorsports; Felt Nine 70 Mountain Bike from MC Cycle and Sport; A burrito a week for 1 year from Burrito Me; $500 from Local Eatery; $100 Laconia Village Bakery; $500 gift certificate to Tavern 27; a one year membership to Jade Trace Golf Skills Center; a one year membership to Laconia Athletic and Swim Club; Snow Blower from Trustworthy Hardware; Twilight Golf Membership at Waukewan Golf Club; a 3 Night Stay at The Ballard House; 2 Season Ticket Passes to the official Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook; a full page ad in the Laconia Daily Sun. Each prize will be assigned to specific holes.
If the TV is not awarded as a Hole In One prize, all the participants, golfers and eaters, will have the opportunity to win it during the Championship Round as the group galleries the remaining golfers.
"The course is in the best shape it has been in since we acquired it in 2009," states tournament organizer Ray Simanson. "The weather forecast looks beautiful and we are looking forward to a successful tournament with delicious food to raise money for such an important cause."
More information about participating in Tee Off for TaTas Golf Tournament and Tapas Tasting can be found at www.JadeTrace.com, or call 603-528-3057. You may also stop by Tavern 27, 2075 Parade Road, Laconia, to register your team or to purchase advanced tickets for the Tapas Tasting. Volunteers are appreciated, please contact tournament organizers.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 1969 07:00
LACONIA — Lakes Region Community Services (LRCS) and the Boys and Girls Club of the Lakes Region are proud to announce "Dude, That's Rude," a social skills program for children in grades 5-8 starts October 3.
'Dude' will be held at the Boys and Girls Club new facility, 876 North Main Street in Laconia. The class will meet on Thursdays 4-5 p.m. and run for 14 weeks. Michelle Garcia Winner's Social Thinking Curriculum will guide the classes. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in the Boys and Girls Club throughout the week to master their social skills.
"We are excited to be able to collaborate with the Boys and Girls Club to assist children in forming friendships with peers, navigate the unspoken social rules, and feel included in a variety of activities that other children are engaged in. I am excited that inclusion for all children is being strongly promoted in our community," says Jen Doris, Early Childhood Director and Act Early Ambassador for the CDC.
Limited transportation is available in Gilford, Belmont and Laconia from school to the Club. Students will need to be picked up from the Boys and Girls Club after 5:30 p.m.
LRCS has offices in Laconia and Plymouth which combine to serve families residing throughout Belknap and Southern Grafton Counties. For more information contact Joanne Piper Lang at 603-5224-8891or visit www.lrcs.org.
Last Updated on Monday, 30 September 2013 11:51
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