North Country Events

Mar 26, 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 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. The final concert in the series features Russ Bonnevie on clarinet and Anita Bonnevie on piano. For more information, email allstslittleton@allsts.org

MACBETH, ST. JOHNSBURY
Thursday March 26 7:00 PM Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy. Annual Shakespeare performance, Tony-award-winning troupes, The Guthrie Theater and The Acting Company. Presented by Kingdom County Productions. Tickets can be purchased online at KingdomCounty.org.

GREEN MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL, ST. JOHNSBURY
Friday March 27 through Sunday March 29 Catamount Arts presents feature films, short films, student films, documentaries and more. For details, visit http://www.catamountarts.org/gmff/

COMMUNITY PANCAKE BREAKFAST, LITTLETON
Saturday March 28 8:00-10:00 AM First Congregational Church, 189 Main Street. Free. Pancakes with real maple syrup or blueberry syrup, sausage, bacon, juice, coffee, tea, milk. Fun activities for kids too. For more information, visit www.1stconglittleton.org.

PROM EXPO: BETHLEHEM LIBRARY SHOWCASES LOCAL VENDORS
Saturday March 28 10:00 AM - Noon. Bethlehem Public Library, 2245 Main Street. Prom Expo showcases prom attire and more from local vendors. Free for all North Country teens. The library is hosting this to show that teens do not have to travel far to prepare for a prom. There are many local shops that can provide everything to make prom night truly spectacular: dresses, tuxes, flowers, limos, hairstyle salons. For more information, visit www.bethlehemlibrary.org

THE NH MAPLE EXPERIENCE, BETHLEHEM
Saturdays and Sundays March 28, 29 and April 4, 5 from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. The Rocks Estate, Route 302. Hands-on learning during maple sugaring season, learn the history of sugaring, learn about the process of transforming sap from maple trees into maple syrup and sugar, help tap a sugar maple tree, enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride, get a taste of syrup made on-site. The Maple Sugar Programs, held in March, are open to the general public but reserving a spot ahead of time is required as program space is limited. $15 adults, $12 children. For registration information, contact The Rocks at 603-444-6228 orinfo@therocks.org.
 
BIRDS OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, BATH PUBLIC LIBRARY
Saturday March 28 7:00 PM This event is part of the year-long Bath 250th Celebration. UNH speaker and research associate, Stephen Hale, Ph.D. will give the program, which will include colorful slides and audio recordings. Free and open to the public. For  more information, contact the library at 603 747-3372 or email bathlibrary@together.net.

PARKER HILL ROAD CONCERT, LANDAFF
Saturday March 28 7:00-9:30 PM Landaff Town Hall. Sponsored by The Friends of Landaff. For more information, call 603 838 6640. 

SESSION AMERICANA, HAVERHILL
Saturday March 28 7:30 PM, cafe opens at 6:30 PM. Court Street Arts at Alumni Hall, 75 Court Street. Session Americana is a rock band in a tea cup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle. This collective of talented musicians crafts a musical experience unlike any other. On stage is a collapsible bar table wired with microphones, a vintage suitcase recast as a kick drum, an old Estey field organ, a pre-war parlor guitar, and an assortment of other instruments that get passed around in this freewheeling modern hootenanny. Tickets $20. For more information, visit www.alumnihall.org

FREE BBQ ON CLOSING DAY AT MT. EUSTIS SKI & RIDE HILL, LITTLETON
Sunday March 29 2:00-4:00 PM Mt. Eustis Ski & Ride Hill. The hill will be open for recreational use for the last time this season from noon to 4:00 PM. Even if the weather interferes with that, the BBQ will be held to celebrate this first successful year. Come out to ski or ride, sit on the sun deck, ride the mini terrain park, and enjoy a complementary burger and non-alcoholic beverage. For more information, visit www.mteustis.org

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY READERS CAFE BOOK DISCUSSION
Saturday April 18 9:00 AM 2245 Main Street. “Fatal Grace” by Louise Penny. Readers Cafe meets on the third Saturday of each month. Light refreshments. For more information, visit www.bethlehemlibrary.org