GILFORD — Willie Nelson brings his legendary country and folk music to Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook August 23. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 27 at 10 a.m. and range from $29.75 to $59.75. To get tickets, call the Box Office at 603-293-4700 or log on to www.BankNHpavilion.com.
Willie Nelson, a household name, encompassing an American singer-songwriter, musician, guitarist, author, poet, actor and activist. One of the most recognized artists in country music, Nelson began writing music at age 7 and joining his 1st band at 10, and continues to stay true to his roots decades later.
Joining the stage with Willie on August 23 is Grammy Award-winning Old Crow Medicine Show.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 10:16
MEREDITH — Artist-blacksmith, David Little and his Winnipesaukee Forge crew will be featured in a segment on WMUR Channel 9's "New Hampshire Chronicle" on Wednesday, March 4, at 7 p.m.
While the "Chronicle" crew was was taping the segment, Little shared Winnipesaukee Forge's story and demonstrated blacksmithing during WMUR's visit. The entire array of work that Winnipesaukee Forge creates includes fine furniture, lighting, drapery hardware, decorative accessories, fire screens and hearth products as well as architectural installations such as handrails and more. Much of this work shows Little's focus on "reinterpreting nature in forged steel." Designs such as leaves and vines as well as scrolls and flourishes give the work its signature esthetic.
Winnipesaukee Forge is located on the campus of The Arts Collaborative, co-owned by Little and his wife, Heidi. As part of her visit, "Chronicle's" Erin Ferlau toured the Arts Collaborative gallery and design showroom and the art teaching studio. The Littles have drawn on their growing network of the finest regional artisans to assemble an exceptional sampling of work created in complementary materials (iron, wood, copper, blown glass, ceramics, acrylic paintings, serigraph prints, and more).
The segment can also be view online starting March 8.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 10:13
GILFORD — Camp Resilience, the operational arm of the local non-profit group The Patriot Resilient Leader Institute (PRLI), is geared up to welcome its third group of visiting veterans for four days of recreation, life skills training and peer to peer group discussion sessions.
The group of 10 veterans will be arriving Monday, March 2 and departing Thursday, March 5. This group will have veterans who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Desert Storm, Afghanistan and Viet Nam. Their hometowns include Manchester, Nashua, Rochester and Somersworth. During their stay, they will enjoy skiing at Gunstock Mountain Resort, a snowshow hike , water aerobics, yoga and regular exercise.
Life skills training will range from Mindful Eating taught by Elizabeth White of LRGHealthcare, a "cooking on your own" class and sessions on Money Management with Dave Pereira, Anger Management/Communications with Jim Parker, Facebook and Social Media with Kurt Webber at LRCC and Finding Meaning in Life/Setting Goals with David Ferruolo. The water aerobics/exercise and yoga training will be provided by Tammy Levesque and Helen McConnell respectively.
He singled out the owners of Gunstock Inn where the veterans are lodged at reduced rates plus discounts or in-kind support from Gunstock Mountain Resort, Piche's Sporting Goods, Ellacoya Barn and Grille, LRCC and the Laconia Elks Lodge which generously offered their kitchen at no cost for the cooking lesson. Anyone interested in supporting the PRLI is invited to visit the website at www.prli.us for tax deductible donation information.
Last Updated on Friday, 27 February 2015 08:15
LACONIA — The Belknap County Conservation District (BCCD) is encouraging everyone to check out the BCCD website at www.belknapccd.org to see what's being offered in the 2015 Tree, Shrub, Flower and Trout Sale. The order deadline for plants is March 20, later for trout. The purchases will be ready for pick-up the first weekend in May.
If eating fresh fruits and vegetables from your own garden is a priority there are blueberry bushes, fruit trees, strawberry plants, raspberry canes, asparagus, shallots, and many other plants for sale that bear fruit for the gardener, landscaper, and wildlife alike. There will also be shade trees, Christmas evergreens, andr flowers. Many of the varieties selected provide landscaping interest throughout the year and can serve as appropriate substitutes for invasive plant species now banned for sale in New Hampshire. Most of the plants offered will be bareroot and in a dormant state when picked-up in May, and others will be in growing in pots.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 08:23
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