LACONIA — Pitman's Freight Room will host a Live Comedy show featuring George Hamm, Mike Prior and Johnny Cail on Saturday, August 16 at 9 p.m. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the door.
George Hamm has brought laughter around the nation and beyond - from the Comedy Connection in Portland, Maine to the Improv in Los Angeles. He has appeared at the Comedy Store, LA Cabaret, Comedy Connection in both Portland and Boston.
Mike Prior has toured with several national recording artists such as Weird Al Yankovick, and Randy Travis. He was one of the featured performers on a Comedy Central special in 2004, and has played supporting roles in commercials for the New England Aquarium and Boston Center for the Arts. His ability to work clean has made him a fan favorite at hundreds of corporate and college venues. Mike has an amazing ability to turn life's most frustrating moments into hilarious stories in which everyone can relate. The victim of a recent mugging, Mike now calls himself a professional victim. He believes that if there was ever a school for professional criminals, he would be the first homework assignment.
Johnny Cail grew up in a trailer in Westbrook, Maine and currently still lives there; however, Cail is hoping that comedy will change that. Cail's home life is something that he touches on in his stand-up comedy routine. Cail is now considered one of the hottest opening acts in the New England area and has recently opened for national headlining acts such as Bob Marley, James Stevens III, Artie Fletcher and Butch Bradley. He can also be seen opening for New England comedy heavy weights DJ Hazard, Paul Nardizzi and a long list of others.
For reservations or more information, call 527-0043 or visit www.pitmansreightroom.com.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 08:25
HOLDERNESS — On Tuesday, August 19 join the Lakes Region Conservation Trust on a paddle to two LRCT-conserved properties on Squam Lake: the Butterworth Preserve, a 33.5-acre property which includes 3,000 feet of shoreline, and the Jimmy Point Preserve, a 6.3-acre property which includes 1,850 feet of shoreline and two small islands. The lead guide for this trip is John Oliver, LRCT Advisor and dedicated stewardship volunteer, who will share his extensive knowledge of LRCT's conserved lands, wildlife, and history along the way.
The trip will begin at 8 am and participants will be able to choose between a shorter paddle to the Butterworth Preserve and back (approximately 1.5 – 2 miles round-trip; returning at approximately 11 am) or an option to continue along to Jimmy Point and back (approximately 4 miles round-trip; returning at approximately 1:30 pm). Participants will all paddle together to the Butterworth Preserve and at that point can decide whether to return to the start or continue on the longer route loop. Participants will enjoy lunch together at a stopping point along the route and there will be opportunities for swimming in a few spots along the way for those who are interested.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 08:19
MOULTONBOROUGH — Lakes Region Tea Party meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 19 at 7 p.m. at the Moultonborough Public Library.
During the meeting attendees will hear local candidates share why they should be voted for, and will provide general information regarding what district each town is in, as many have been confused by the redistricting in the past few years. Bob Smith will be talking to us about what he feels should be done to save the nation. The video about the Constitution will also be continued.
For more information contact Mark Biller at 508-726-2029.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 08:08
ALTON — In celebration of Levey Park's 90th year, the Trustees of Levey Park invite the public to join them in taking a hike to the senic lookout on Saturday, August 16, at 9 a.m.
Levey Park was gifted to the Town of Alton in 1924. It is a ten acre woodland located on the westerly side of Route 2 Between the villages of Alton and Alton Bay, 1/4 mile from the intersection of Routes 11 and 28-A at the tip of Alton Bay.
The Park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset for picnics, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Pets are welcomed. The park has a carry out what you carry in policy, and asks that visitors pick up after their pets. No motorized vehicles of any kind are permitted with the exception of motorized wheelchairs. No open fires are permitted.
Approximately two miles of hiking trails exist within the park for exploration and recreation. Trail Map Signs are prominently placed at the major trailheads, and paper trail maps are available across the street at the Alton Parks and Recreation Department Office.
Features to explore include the Scenic Lookout, which provides visitors with views of Alton Bay and the Ossipee Mountain Range and the White Mountains in the background. Additionally, the River Trail Loop meanders along the Merrymeeting River and is accessible via Canoe or Kayak as well as by foot.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 04:33
- Annual banquet for the Chapel of St. John of the Mountains is on August 24
- Trail blazer to speak at the Rey Center on August 29
- Summer kick-off party for Friends of Belmont Football on Sunday
- Belmont artist to be featured at Art Association meeting
- Once Around Winni Cycle event to benefit Lakes Region Disabled Sports
- Clark House Hosting Antique Fashion Show Friday