North Country
5:04 pm
Thu January 31, 2013

North Country Events

Compiled by Tova Cohen of Franconia.

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

HATE MAIL AT THE PAPERMILL THEATER, LINCOLN

Thurs. Jan. 31 7:30 PM  and Sunday Feb. 3 2 PM, Papermill Theater, 10 Papermill Drive, Lincoln, NH. The story of Preston, a spoiled rich kid who meets his match in Dahlia, an angst-filled artist. Their worlds collide when Preston sends a complaint letter that gets Dahlia fired from her job, and then there’s no turning back. The play stays with their increasingly crazed correspondence as they move from hate to love, and then right back again. For more information: http://www.papermilltheatre.org

GLIMMERS OF NATURE ARTISTS' RECEPTION, WREN BETHLEHEM

Friday Feb. 1, 5-7PM, The Gallery at WREN, 2013 Main Street, Bethlehem. Batiks, drawings, poetry, Carol Dillingham, Denise Crowley, Janice Balog. For more information: 603 869 3100 or www.wrencommunity.org.

LOVE LETTERS AT THE PAPERMILL THEATER, LINCOLN

Fri. Feb. 1 7:30 PM  and Saturday Feb. 2 7:30 PM, Papermill Theater, 10 Papermill Drive, Lincoln, NH. The handwritten note leaves an indelible mark forever, not only on the ink-stained paper, but also in the heart of its reader. American playwright A.R. Gurney knew this when he created his Pulitzer Prize nominated play Love Letters. Love Letters, considered one of Gurney´s best and a classic of the American stage, tells the story of two people who grew up in the 1930s and whose lives become intimately entwined by the prolificacy of their pens. For more information: http://www.papermilltheatre.org

PIRATES OF THE HIGH SKIS FUNDRAISER FOR ADAPTIVE SPORTS PARTNERS, CANNON MOUNTAIN

Saturday Feb. 2, $35. Ski Cannon Mountain like a pirate, treasure map and hunt, costumes, contests, raffles, and a day of skiing and riding for a great price. Register online at http://www.aspncpirates.org/ or starting at 9AM on event day in the lower level of Peabody Base Lodge. For more information: http://www.aspncpirates.org/

NORTH COUNTRY COMMUNITY RADIO OPEN HOUSE, LITTLETON

Sat. Feb. 2, noon-6PM, The Tannery Marketplace, 111 Saranac St. Littleton. Help celebrate the grand opening of North Country Community Radio, tour our new space, live music & refreshments, kick boxing demonstrations, tour our historic building. For more information: 603 444 1200 or www.nococommunityradio.org

GAME NIGHT AT LANDAFF TOWN HALL

Sat. Feb. 2, 7PM, board games, card games, bring what you like to play or play what's there  All welcome, no charge. For more information call 838-2897. Sponsored by the Mount Hope Grange #77.

RED HAT SOCIETY GATHERING, WHITEFIELD

Sunday Feb. 3, 2PM, Old Mill Studio, Whitefield. Open invitation, first Sunday of every month, tea, games, camaraderie. For more information call 837-8778.

SNOWSHOE AND ANIMAL TRACKING ON COMMUNITY FOREST, SUGAR HILL

Sunday Feb. 3, 1:30PM, everyone is invited to join a snowhoe hike on the proposed Cooley-Jericho Community Forest. The hike will start from the parking area a the end of Trumpet Round Road in Sugar Hill. Trumpet Round Road is off Jericho Road, which is a left turn as you head uphill on Dyke Road. All ages welcome. For more information contact Rebecca Brown 823 7777 or rbrown@aconservationtrust.org or www.townforest.org. Send an email or leave a message if you will be joining the hike so you can be contacted if there are last minute changes.

FRIENDS OF LINCOLN LIBRARY ANNUAL MEETING FREE CONCERT

Tues. Feb. 5, 7PM, Jean's Playhouse, 10 Papermill Drive, Lincoln. Ready to tap your toes and stomp your feet? Come prepared for a rousing evening of bluegrass with some New England and Irish sounds mixed in as Pressure's On returns for the 10th anniversary Annual Meeting. The program is free and open to all; a short meeting precedes the music. Free refreshments will be served and there will be a cash bar. The Arts Alliance is pleased to continue the tradition of partnering with Friends Of Lincoln Library for this annual event. For details, call 745-8159.

DISCUSS THE POETRY OF ROBERT FROST, FRANCONIA

Tuesday Feb. 5, 7PM, Abbie Greenleaf Library, Main Street, Franconia. First Tuesdays through May 7th. Acclaimed poet, author, and professor Baron Wormser facilitates discussion of a Robert Frost poem on each evening. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by The Frost Place and the Abbie Greenleaf Library. Feb. 5: Mending Wall, March 5: An Old Man's Winter Night, April 2: The Most of It, May 7: Directive. For more information: 603 823 5510 or www.frostplace.org, 603 823 8424 or www.abbielibrary.org.

RELAY FOR LIFE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY TO KICK OFF 2013 SEASON, LITTLETON

Weds. Feb. 6, 6PM, St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 77 Clay Street, Littleton. This celebratory kick-off event is an opportunity to connect with fellow relayers, learn about the Relay for Life, and find inspiration to help create a world with more birthdays! There will be two speakers from the American Cancer Society. Last year, Relay for Life of the North Country raised $142,000 to help fight cancer. This year's Relay will take place on Saturday June 22nd through Sunday June 23rd at Remich Park, Littleton. For more information contact Kathy Metz at 356-3719 or Kathy.metz@cancer.org. Also: www.relayforlife.org/northcountrynh.

A LABOR OF LOVE: REVISING THE AMC WHITE MOUNTAIN GUIDE, BETHLEHEM

Weds. Feb. 6, 7PM, Bretzfelder Park, Prospect Street, Bethlehem. Free presentation by hiking columnist and AMC White Mountain Guide editor Mike Dickerman of Littleton. Sponsored by the Society for the Protection of NH Forests. Mr. Dickerman will present a slideshow about the guide book and discuss damage to area hiking trails caused by tropical storm Irene in 2011. For more information: www.therocks.org or 444-6228 or info@therocks.org.

NORTH COUNTRY CENTER FOR THE ARTS/PAPERMILL THEATER WINTER AUCTION

Sat. Feb. 9, 6:30PM, Governor's Lodge at Loon Mountain. Enjoy a great meal provided by Loon Mountain Resort along with a lively live auction and silent auction. All proceeds benefit NCCA's future productions. Tickets are $45 pre-buy and $55 at the door.