MOULTONBOROUGH — Castle in the Clouds opens its third and final art exhibition of the season, A Lady's Day, on Wednesday, August 26, and welcomes the public to a gallery reception on Friday, August 28, at 5:30 p.m. at the Carriage House Art Gallery. Experience this fantastic collection of paintings featuring women as subjects from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The exhibit is on loan to Castle in the Clouds from a well-known private collection.
Guests at the Gallery Reception will eEnjoy complimentary wine and crudités. Entrance to the Carriage House Art Gallery is via Ossipee Park Road.
This exhibition and gallery reception are sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire and White Mountains Subway.
Castle in the Clouds is owned and managed by the Castle Preservation Society and dedicated to the interpretation and preservation of the historic Thomas G. Plant Estate. For information about Castle in the Clouds visit the website at www.castleintheclouds.org or call 603-476-5900.
Last Updated on Monday, 24 August 2015 07:42
Meredith Sculpture Walk docent guide, Sue Withham, shown leading a tour on the Meredith Sculpture Walk. Tours will be offered at 11 a.m. each Saturday in September as well as October 3 and 10. Tours meet in front of the Innisfree Bookstore in Mill Falls Marketplace. Sponsored by the Greater Meredith Program, the Meredith Sculpture Walk is a committed to developing awareness and enjoyment of public art in Meredith, for residents and visitors. It is a year-round, outdoor, juried exhibition featuring works by New England artists. Self- guided brochures can be found at kiosks at the Meredith Post Office, the Couryard on Main St and in Hesky and Scenic Parks. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 24 August 2015 07:40
MOULTONBOROUGH— Experienced yoga instructor, Kelly Libby of Sacred Space Studio, will lead enthusiasts of all levels in morning yoga at the Castle in the Clouds every Wednesday through September 30.
Space is limited to 25 participants per session, so call 603-476-5414 to reserve a space. Reservations are highly recommended. Use Ossipee Road as the Main Gate will be closed. A trolley to the Castle will meet yoga participants at the Carriage House at 8:15 a.m. Yoga classes are $15 per person per class.
Last Updated on Monday, 24 August 2015 07:36
LACONIA — Nearly 100 people showed up for the Laconia Historical and Museum Society's Photo ID Day on Thursday and helped to identify more than 800 images, according to organizers.
The unidentified photographs are among the images in the society's collections. Attendees were asked to review the photos to help identify people, places and events. The all-day event was held at The Taylor Community. More than 2,000 images were on display for review. The images which were identified will now be scanned and added the society's database with the newly acquired information.
"What an amazing day it was," said LHMS Executive Director Brenda Kean, "In the process of identifying a large number of images, great conversations ensued, memories were recalled and many laughs were had. I can't wait for the next session."
Pam Clark, left, president of the Laconia Historical and Museum Society, Dorothy Duffy, center, a society Board member, and Ann Kaligian collaborate in the identification process during the Photo ID Day the society held at Taylor Community. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Friday, 21 August 2015 08:45
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