North Country Events

Mar 5, 2015

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The newsletter typically announces events in the next week. The calendar shows you events in the coming months.

LENTEN MUSIC SERIES, LITTLETON
Thursday March 5, 12, 19 and 26 noon at All Saint’s Episcopal Church, 35 School Street. The concerts are offered by local musicians and singers for a reflective forty-minute interlude in your day. No admission fee but a freewill offering is appreciated. March 5 Pine Hill Singers. March 12 Serry Serafini on piano and Joyce Roy on piano and organ. March 19 Noelle Beaudin on piano and Siena Kaplan on violin. March 26 Russ Bonnevie on clarinet and Anita Bonnevie on piano. For more information, email allstslittleton@allsts.org

AMMONOOSUC CONSERVATION TRUST OWL PROWL, BETHLEHEM
Thursday March 5 6:30 PM Adair Country Inn, Guilder Road. The North Country’s land trust, the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust, is hosting a full moon owl prowl. We will be on the lookout for Barred Owls, and listening closely for other owl calls. After the walk we will gather inside to warm up by the fireplace. Opportunity to meet fellow wildlife enthusiasts, free program and cash bar. If you have questions, contact ACT Outreach Coordinator Lianna Lee at outreach@aconservationtrust.org.

WREN GALLERY OPENING: INTO THE WILD, BETHLEHEM
Friday March 6 5:00-7:00 PM The Gallery at WREN, 2013 Main Street. Inspire, Create, Connect. Deirdre Blair & Lucy Golden, opening reception for Into the Wild, featuring paintings by Deidre Blair & jewelry by Lucy Golden. Both artists find inspiration in the animal kingdom. For more information, visit wrenworks.org. 

8TH ANNUAL BILL CUNNINGHAM SKI RACE & RAFFLE TO BEAT AMYLOID, CANNON MOUNTAIN
Saturday March 7 8:00 AM bib-pickup and and late registration at the Notchview Entrance by the Ski Shop. Start time for Open Fun Race for all ages 11 AM, best of 2 runs, accessed by Peabody Slope Eagle Cliff Chair. Register at www.BillsRace.com. All money raised goes to Boston Medical Center for Amyloid Research. Raffle and silent auction starts at 9:00 AM in the Family Room, Notchview Lodge. 

FUND RAISING AUCTION FOR COPPER CANNON CAMP, BETHLEHEM
Saturday March 7 4:00 PM Littleton Elks Lodge, Route 302. Doors open at 4, complimentary wine tasting at 4:30, buffet dinner at 5:30, live auction at 7:30. Raffles, games silent auction and entertainment throughout the evening. Attendees will also have a chance to hear from Copper Cannon campers about the positive influence camp has had on their lives. Cash bar. This event usually sells out so plan ahead. Tickets are $20 and available online at www.coppercannon.org or at the door. 

NORTHEAST KINGDOM CLASSICAL SERIES, ST. JOHNSBURY
Sunday March 8 3:00 PM South Congregational Church, 1052 Main Street. Pianist Alon Goldstein, Israeli- born and schooled, solo performance including the works of Schubert, Liszt and Ravel. For more information, visit http://www.nekclassicalseries.org/

CIRCUITRY BASICS FOR TEENS AT BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY
Monday through Friday March 9-13 3:00 PM Bill Church and White Mountain Science Inc (WMSI) will teach teens circuitry basics. Snap Circuits are educational electronics kits that provide reusable, snap together circuit components. The Library has Snap Circuit kits on loan from the State Library. Students in grades 7-12 may drop-in all week to try their hands at making their own creations. For more information, visit bethlehemlibrary.org. 

MILES FOR SMILES AMMONOOSUC AMBLE BENEFITS ACHS, BETHLEHEM
Saturday April 4 9:00 AM registration, 10:30 walker start, 11:00 runner start. Profile School, Route 18. 5 mile route, medals for top race finishers and additional prizes for the individual adult and team who raise the most money for Ammonoosuc Community Health Services. All participants registered by March 27th receive a free commemorative T-shirt. To register, visit http://www.ammonoosuc.org/index.php/amble/details/registration

DONATIONS FOR FORMER FRANCONIA TOWN CLERK
Donations to help former Franconia town clerk Marilyn Knowlton with expenses during cancer treatment can be sent to Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank, P.O. Box 266, Woodsville, NH 03785, payable to "For the Benefit of Marilyn Knowlton". All donations are greatly appreciated.