GILFORD — A special presentation by author and comedian Mary Lou Fuller, will take place Tuesday, March 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the Gilford Public Library.
Since the age of 60, Fuller has pursued a life-long dream of writing full-time. The author of four books, both humorous and deeply personal, Fuller now travels the state presenting her latest program, "Aging With Humor." Now 85 years old, Fuller has a unique and witty perspective on aging. Her program is free and open to the public and will take place in the Library Meeting Room.
This program was rescheduled from Feb. 18 when it had to be postponed due to the weather.
Last Updated on Thursday, 20 March 2014 08:52
PLYMOUTH — Continuing its celebration of Arts in the Schools month, the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire offers a special opportunity for educators in the Plymouth area. On Tuesday, March 25, educators are invited to take part in a professional development workshop on the music and culture of the Inca people (of the Andes mountains) at Plymouth Elementary School.
Networking, refreshments, and discussion of cultural programs in schools will be offered from 3:30-4:30, with the workshop following from 4:30-6 p.m. The first 10 teachers to purchase tickets will pay $15 (which includes a free pan flute); members of the public and additional teachers will pay $25, which includes a traditional pan flute. Additional discounts are available for Arts Alliance members. Come for networking, discussion, and a glimpse into a new culture! Register at www.aannh.org.
From March 24-28, the Arts Alliance presents Inkas Wasi, a group of South American musicians and dancers known for their high-energy concerts with traditional instruments and dance of the Incas. The group will present a series of school assemblies and workshops during the day in local communities, with evening events open to the public, including concerts in Intervale and Bethlehem, a workshop in Plymouth for educators, and a dance workshop appropriate for adults and for students 12 and up in Franconia.
For more information on all of the workshops and concerts being offered, visit www.aannh.org, or call (603) 323-7302.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 March 2014 10:12
LACONIA — Invisible to many, the homeless are facing problems of their own making and from circumstances beyond their control. Once in that situation, it is difficult to recover.
However, some are finding programs where they can gain a sense of self-worth, discovering hidden talents and ways to make a fresh start.
"The Invisible People" is a documentary highlighting an art and photography project in Laconia and a transitional program in Canaan where those willing to put in the effort can gain new skills that offer a step up and perhaps out of their difficulties "The Invisible People" will premiere with a showing at the Belknap Mill at One Mill Plaza (near City Hall) in Laconia on Thursday, April 10, at 7 p.m.
River Crew Art in Laconia provides art supplies and cameras to the homeless, guiding them in sharpening their skills and gaining a sense of accomplishment. Meeting on Monday mornings, the program provides a supportive environment for experimentation, followed by a hot meal for the participants. Each year, River Crew Art holds an art and photography show where their creations are put on exhibition, to critical acclaim.
A Sacred Place in Canaan offers a safe location for those willing to work with farm animals and gain agricultural skills. More importantly, those camping there will have a permanent address to use in applying for work and benefits. The hours may be long, but the work is not difficult and it produces new skills that participants can rely on when they are ready to move on. The program has given a boost to those who are sincere about trying to turn their lives around.
The $10 admission fee will help to support the Liberty Independent Media Project's ongoing mission of showcasing the arts, history, and culture with a special focus on those overcoming adversity.
For more information on the Liberty Project, see www.libertymedianh.org.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 March 2014 10:06
MEREDITH — The Lakes Region Symphony Orchestra, based in Meredith, will present a Spring Pops concert featuring light classics conducted by Ben Greene, on Saturday March 22, at 7:30 p.m., at the Inter-Lakes High School Community Auditorium.
Concord vocalist Emily Jaworski will join the orchestra for such favorites as "All The Things You Are," and "I Dreamed A Dream." Tickets are $15 for adults and $8 for children and college students, and are available for purchase online at www.LRSO.org/tickets. Unsold tickets will be available at the door.
Also join the Lakes Region Symphony and the Suzuki Strings of Canterbury at their hour-long Youth Concert at 3 p.m., on Sunday, March 23, at the Inter-Lakes High School Community Auditorium in Meredith.
The program will offer several classical pieces played by the young Suzuki-method string players who will then collaborate with the adult Symphony members to present both classical and light musical numbers. Tickets are free to all children and students and sell for $10 for adults; they are available on-line at www.LRSO.org/tickets. Any unsold tickets will be available at the door.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 March 2014 09:50
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