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Thu October 10, 2013
North Country Events
The newsletter typically announces events in the next week. The calendar shows you events in the coming months.
LAST FARMERS MARKETS OF THE SEASON
Lancaster Saturdays 9 AM-noon through October 12
Bethlehem Saturdays 10 AM-2 PM through October 12
Littleton Sundays 10 AM - 1 PM through October 13
Colebrook Farmer’s Market: Sat 8:00-12:00 on the common on Colby St through Columbus Day
Pittsburg Farmer’s Market: Sat: 10:00-2:00 downtown Pittsburg.
ADVENTURE IMPROV COMEDY, LINCOLN
Thursday Oct. 10 at 7:30PM and Saturday October 12 at 2PM. Jean's Playhouse, 10 Papermill Drive, Lincoln. Live Free and Laugh. Audiences roar with laughter as our company actors perform from the top of their heads and create hilarious scenes through games and sketches. You can participate by yelling out your ideas or sit back and enjoy all the fun in this family friendly improvisational cavalcade of jocularity. For more information visit www.papermilltheatre.org.
COMPAS DE NICARAGUA DANCE ENSEMBLE, BETHLEHEM
Thursday Oct. 10 8 PM The Colonial Theatre, Main Street, $10 suggested donation. Through dance, video, storytelling, and gourd art displays, learn the story of Women in Action, a group of 40 women living in one of the poorest settlements of Managua, Nicaragua, who work together to organize community health, nutrition, and education programs. Compas de Nicaragua presents "Nicaragua Folkloric Dancing" a performance of traditional dances which blend Spanish and indigenous styles to music played on the marimba, and handmade costumes. All proceeds support Women in Action.
MOVIE AT THE COLONIAL: BLUE JASMINE, BETHLEHEM
Friday Oct. 11 through Tuesday Oct. 15 7:30 PM, Wednesday Oct. 16 5:30 PM (Buddy night - 2 for 1 ticket when you bring a friend), $8 admission, $6 members, assisted listening headphones available. After everything in her life falls to pieces, including her marriage to wealthy businessman Hal, elegant New York socialite Jasmine moves into her sister Ginger’s modest apartment in San Francisco to try to pull herself back together again. Written & Directed by: Woody Allen; Starring: Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Alden Ehrenreich, Peter Sarsgaard. For more information: http://bethlehemcolonialtheatre.org/at-the-movies/
MY WAY: A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO FRANK SINATRA, LINCOLN
Friday Oct. 11 and Sat. Oct. 12 7:30 PM, Saturday Oct. 13 at 2 PM Jean's Playhouse, 10 Papermill Drive. A loving, lyrical homage to the man, his time and his music. The revue, conceived by Todd Olsen and David Grapes, was first performed at Artpark, Lewiston, N.Y. in 1999. Since then, it has become one of the most popular musical revues in the United States, mounted by professional and amateur theatre groups alike. It features a vocal quartet -- two men, two women -- backed by an on-stage jazz trio. The focus is, of course, Sinatra -- his prolific life and career, most particularly the nearly 1,400 songs (57 of them in this production) that 'Ol Blue Eyes recorded. For more information: http://www.papermilltheatre.org/mainstage/
THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD, ST. JOHNSBURY
Friday & Saturday Oct. 11 & 12, Oct. 18 & 19 at 7:30 PM and Sunday Oct. 20 at 2 PM. St. Johnsbury School auditorium, 257 Western Avenue. The St. Johnsbury Players present a Tony award-winning musical based on the unfinished work by Charles Dickens. This is a comedy where the audience votes on the ending for that night and the cast acts out the winner. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEEKS MEMORIAL LIBRARY BOOK SALE, LANCASTER
Saturday Oct. 12 9-3 PM The sale includes books, audiotapes, CDs, videotapes, DVDs, puzzles, games, and more. Paperback books will sell for 50 cents each and other items are $1 each until noon. After noon, the dollar a bag starts until there are no items left. For more information call the library at 788-3352.
HAVERHILL RECREATION COUNTRY & BLUEGRASS MUSIC JAM, WOODSVILLE
Saturday Oct. 12 1-5 PM Robert E. Clifford Memorial Building, 65 South Court Street. Come to listen or play, no drums or horns, suggested donation $3. For more information call 353-4741 or 787 6096. In case of inclement weather, call the memorial building at 747 2839, there will be a recorded message if the jam is cancelled.
WEST COAST SWING DANCE LESSONS & OPEN DANCE WITH FAYE GREARSON, ST. JOHNSBURY
Saturday Oct. 12 6:30 PM first group class, 7:30 PM second group class that builds on the first, 8:30-10:30 PM open dance featuring various types of music. South Congregational Church, Main Street next to St. J. Academy. $7.50 per lesson per person includes the open dance, encourage younger dancers to come, try to bring at least one new person with you. Private lessons are also available that day - send an email to email@example.com to arrange one.
AUDREY AULD PERFORMS COUNTRY FOLK AND AMERICANA MUSIC, HAVERHILL
Saturday October 12 7:30PM Court Street Arts at Alumni Hall, 75 Court Street, Haverhill. Audrey Auld delivers music with a voice as big as The Outback. Her songs are the wry and poignant observations of a Tassie girl living in Nashville or as Auld describes it, "music with the dirt left on." Tickets $15. For more information: 603 989 5500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CELEBRATE NEW COMMUNITY FOREST WITH A HIKE & COMMUNITY POTLUCK SUPPER, SUGAR HILL
Sunday Oct. 13 10 AM hike starts at the end of Dyke Road, new route, 2-4 hours, kids and dogs welcome. 5 PM potluck supper at the Easton Town Hall, bring a dish to share, learn more about the forest, see how you can be involved, maps and photos available, field work descriptions for winter and spring, animal tracking projects, mountain bike route planning, trail building, bird surveys. The new Cooley-Jericho Community Forest is open. Check www.townforest.org/events for directions and more details.
NEWBURY AND HAVERHILL: A RAILROAD HISTORY OF TWO TRANSPORTATION TOWNS, HAVERHILL
Sunday Oct. 13 2 PM Court Street Arts/Alumni Hall. Jay Barrett will talk about how the histories of Newbury and Haverhill have been shaped by all forms of transportation. Free and open to the public. For more information, visit HaverhillHistorialSociety.blogspot.com.
SIXTH ANNUAL HISTORICAL CEMETERY WALK, LITTLETON
Sunday Oct. 13 3 PM Glenwood Cemetery, West Main Street across from the police station, sponsored by the Littleton Area Historical Society /Museum. Come and hear local residents playing the roles of Dr. Ralph Bugbee, Ellen Hodgman Porter, Mildred Lakeway, Myra Wallace and Danien Remich. Refreshments will be served. Donation at the gate. Video from 2011 walk: .
ROAD MAPS: READINGS BY LOCAL WRITERS, LITTLETON
Sunday Oct. 13 3 PM The Village Bookstore, 81 Main Street. Special reading by the local writers who have been gathering in the bookstore cafe to work on their memoirs. Free and open to the public. First in a series of monthly Sunday afternoon readings. For more information call 444-5263.
LITTLETON REGIONAL HEALTHCARE GOES PINK
Tuesday Oct. 15 11 AM - 4 PM Medical Office Building, 600 St. Johnsbury Road. A community breast cancer awareness event featuring information on treatment options and recovery, supportive women who are facing the same challenges that you and your family may be facing, reiki, relflexology, chair massage, support the cause by getting pink hair extensions, free health screenings 2-4 PM, insurance exchange information, free flu vaccines. RSVP appreciated by calling 444-9304.
READERS CAFE AT BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY
Saturday Oct 19 9 AM, Bethlehem Public Library, 2155 Main St. Bethlehem, (603) 869-2409. October 19th book is The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. All welcome. See all 2013 selections here: http://bethlehemlibrary.org/page11.php
SARAH MCQUAID HOUSE CONCERT, EASTON
Sunday Oct. 20, 7 PM concert, 6 PM potluck dinner. Contact Brenda Shannon Adam to reserve a seat 603-823-7061 or email@example.com. $10, all proceeds go to the musicians. Also, please bring a non-perishable food item for the local food pantry.
YOGA CLASSES ADDED TO DAILY/WEEKLY LIST, LITTLETON
Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 PM Yoga with Susan Brown, all abilities, visit www.balancedhealthstudio.com/yoga for details. Wednesdays 5:30-7 PM Gentle Yoga with Angela Jones, blends traditional Hatha yoga & Kripalu yoga, visit http://angelathomasjones.com/alternative-therapies/yoga/ for details. Both classes at the Center for Collaborative Energies, 101 Cottage Street, Littleton.
STORY HOUR AND BOOK DISCUSSION FOR YOUNG READERS, BATH
Bath Public Library, Tuesdays 10 AM Pre-School through 3rd grade, listen to entertaining and educational books and participate in making a take-home craft. Thursdays 10 AM 4th - 8th grades, read as a group, award winning junior fiction books, learn about research play Minecrafter's on the big screen project on the first Thursday of the month. These programs run September through June and are free and open to the public. For more information contact the library at 747-3372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.