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Thu October 11, 2012
North Country Events
These events are compiled by Tova Cohen of Franconia.
The newsletter below announces events in the next week. The calendar shows events in the coming months.
FRIENDS-N-NEIGHBORS THRIFT SHOP BAG SALE, WHITEFIELD
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Oct. 11, 12, & 13, 10 AM-5 PM, 4 Main Street, across from Cumberland Farms, Whitefield. Early fall bag sale, clothing, household furnishings. For more information call the shop at 603 837-9044. The shop is a mission outreach of Community Baptist Church, 27 Jefferson Road, Whitefield.
POE & PRICE AT THE BETHLEHEM LIBRARY
Friday Oct. 12, 7 PM, the Bethlehem Public Library is showing a Vincent Price classic movie. After the film there will be a discussion of Poe's short story "The Fall of the House of Usher". Throughout October, children can stop in at the library and pick up a cryptography puzzle, and place their name on a rave to add to the Poe-tree. These programs are part of Bethlehem Library's participation in "The Big Read: NH Reads Edgar Allan Poe." This is a statewide project of the Center for the Book at the NH State Library.
TWELVE ANGRY MEN PERFORMED BY THE ST. JOHNSBURY PLAYERS
Friday Oct. 12, and Sat. Oct, 13, 7:30 PM, and Sunday Oct. 14 at 2 PM. Black Box Theater at Morse Center for the Arts, St. Johnsbury Academy. Tickets are $10 or $7 for students and can be purchased at the door or you can order tickets through Catamount Arts at 802 748 2600 or here.
BETHLEHEM FARMERS' MARKET
Saturday Oct. 13, 10 AM – 2 PM, WREN on Main Street, last outdoor market of the season.
MARKET PLACE AT THE ROCKS ESTATE, BETHLEHEM
Saturday and Sunday Oct. 13 and 14, 10 AM – 4 PM, wares from New England crafters, artisans, fair trade products and specialty food vendors. You're sure to fins some special and unique gifts, handmade ornaments, fudge, and maple and honey products to name just a few. For more information go here.
SUGAR HILL FIRE PREVENTION AWARENESS EVENT
Saturday Oct. 13, 11 AM-2 PM, this event is for all ages but there will be special activities for children, view equipment, ask questions, obtain fire prevention information, view exhibits, partake of free hamburger & hot dog cookout and the chief's famous chowder. Also present will be the Franconia Life Squad offering free health screenings, the Pemigewasset Valley Search & Rescue Team providing HikeSafe information. All welcome - you do not need to be a Sugar Hill resident to attend.
ACOUSTIC MUSIC JAM, WOODSVILLE
Saturday Oct. 13, 1-5 PM, Railroad Park, Woodsville, NH. Country & Bluegrass. Come to play and sing or just to listen. Light refreshments served. For more information contact Pete or Rita at 603 787 6155.
CHURCH SUPPER, BATH
Saturday Oct. 13, Bath Congregational Church, Corn Beef & Cabbage, 4:30 PM takeout begins, 5 pm serving begins, $10 adults, $4 children 5-12, proceeds benefit church programs, stair lift available.
ERIC KEARNS IN CONCERT, BERLIN
Sunday Oct. 14, 2 PM, St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts, 155 Emery Street, Berlin. Singing and impersonating favorite super stars. For more information 603 752 1028 or here.
BATTLEFIELD BAND OF SCOTLAND IN CONCERT, HAVERHILL
Sunday Oct. 14, 6:30 PM, Court Street Arts at Alumni Hall, Haverhill, $20. Under their banner 'Forward with Scotland’s Past', Battlefield Band has been a bedrock of talent for over four decades, and continue to lead the way for Scotland with their inspired fusion of ancient and modern traditional music and song. For more information go here.
RICHARD WOOD AND GORDON BELSHER IN CONCERT, LANCASTER
Sunday Oct. 14, 7 PM, $15, Rialto Theater, Main Street, Lancaster, fiddle and guitar, presented by the Great North Woods Committee for the Arts.
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF THE NORTH COUNTRY FUND RAISER AT SCREAMING BOAR SMOKE HOUSE, LITTLETON
Monday Oct. 15, 5-9 PM, Screaming Boar Smoke House, Main Street, Littleton. Proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of the North Country. This is a wonderful way to show support for the children of the North Country. For more information call the club at 603 838 5954.
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