THE WEIRS TIMES, Thursday, October 14, 2010
OCT. THURSDAY 14TH
Brian & George – Live Music Cactus Jack’s, 1182 Union Ave, Laconia. 9pm-Midnight. Free. 528- 7800.
“The Kid” – Charlie Chaplin’s first full-length feature breakthrough The Flying Monkey, 39 South Main Street, Plymouth. 7pm. The film will be accompanied by live original music performed by NH composer Jeff Rapsis. Admission is free but donations are encouraged, with proceeds to support the Flying Monkey. 536-2551 for more info.
Beatlemania Again Rochester Opera House, City Hall, 31 Wakefield Street, Rochester. Reserve tickets on line at rochesteroperahouse. com or by calling 335-1992.
Super Stellar Friday: “Cassini – an Update from Saturn” McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. Concord. The Cassini mission at Saturn has been extended through 2017. Join amateur astronomer Ted Blank as he discusses the high points of discovery, current findings and the future of Cassini. Call 271-7827 for time and pricing.
Loli Marquez-Sterling The Flying Monkey, 39 South Main Street, Plymouth. 8pm. 2010 Bistro winner for outstanding entertainer. 536-2551 for more info. $15 for adults. $5 for students with valid ID. 536-2551.
– SUN. 17TH
“The Art Weekend at Artstream” 56 North Main Street, Rochester. A weekend of fine art and yoga with widely-exhibited instructors. Contact Susan at 330-0333 for more info.
Freemason Open House Mt. Lebanon Lodge #32, 63 Court Street, Laconia. Other Masonic organizations will also meet: Easter Star, Scottish Rite, York Rite, Shriners, Knights Tamplar, Rainbow Girls and the Odd Fellows. 9am-3pm. Tours will be given and questions answered. Light snacks . Open to all family members.
The Wolves are Coming! Mission Wolf Ambassador Wolf Program Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, 23 Science Center Road, Holderness. The Mission: Wolf refuge in Colorado cares for up to 40 captive-born wolves and wolf-dog crosses and provides hands on educational programs such as these with three socialized ambassador wolves that travel nationally. These public education programs teach about wolves and inspire people to care about and respect nature. $10/member; $12/non- member. Pre-registration required. 968-7194.
SAT. 16TH -SUN. 17TH
Family Fun Weekend Moulton Farm, 18 Quarry Rd (off Rte 25), Meredith. Tractor rides, petting zoo, magic show, scarecrow building contest, big pumpkin drop. 279-3915, moultonfarm.com
Arts & Crafts Show North Conway Community Center, Rte 16. Over 75 exhibitors. Tim Janis
Leaf Peeper’s Arts &
Sat. Oct. 16, 10-5 Sun. Oct. 17, 10-4
music. Climbing wall and Bungee jump for children, Food. Free admission. 528-4014.
Historians and Authors Linda Peavy and Ursula Smith Groton Town House. 2pm. Listen to the telling of the surprise success of an underdog female basketball team from Ft. Shaw (MT) Indian Boarding School. The players, representing 7different Indian tribes, won the championship at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, MO. This program is free to the public thanks to the NH Humanities Council. Refreshments will be served. Call Sherry Nelson for more info. 744-9744.
Stafford Wind Symphony Rochester Opera House, 31 Wakefield St. 2pm. “Ghost and Ghouls and Goblins, Oh My!” Tickets $14. $7 for children 12 and under. 335-1992, www.rochesteroperahouse.com
Wooden Boat Restoration Course NH Boat Museum, 397 Center Street, Wolfeboro. This course consists of six classes over a three week period, to be held Mondays and Wednesdays from 9am-3pm. $495 per person includes all six classes, a reference book and a 2011 Museum membership. No previous experience required. Interested students can contact instructor Zeke Bly directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lakes Region Camera Club Meeting Meredith Public Library, Main Street. 7:30pm. Fred Mason 528-1763
WEDNESDAY 20TH FREE ADMISSION Crafts Show
North Conway Community Center 2628 White Mtn. Hwy. - Rt. 16 North Conway, NH Next to Scenic Railway
Rain or Shine Under Canopy Bungee Jump Climbing Wall
Michael Vincent – Live Music Cactus Jack’s, 1182 Union Ave, Laconia. 9pm-Midnight. Free. 528- 7800.
Little Explorers: “The Moon” McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. Concord. For 3-4 year-olds. Make a Moon plaque and learn what people from different cultures see when they look at the moon. Call 271-7827 for time and pricing.
Aaron Seibert – Live Music Cactus Jack’s, 1182 Union Ave, Laconia. 9pm-Midnight. Free. 528- 7800.
Lakes Region Scholarship Foundation Community Spelling Bee
Laconia High School. 6:30pm. Free. 527-3533.
THUR. 21ST – SAT. 23RD
“Drood” Inter-Lakes High School, Meredith. 7pm each day. Musical Mystery Theatre production presented by The Streetcar Company. Advance
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Leaf Peeper’s Arts & Crafts Show Don’t miss the Leaf Peeper’s Arts
& Crafts Show on Saturday and Sunday, October 16-17 at the North Conway Community Center, Rt 16, 2628 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. Terry & Carol McKendree of Buck
Ridge Chainsaw Carving who will be among the over 75 fabulous exhibi- tors in North Conway! Some of the other arts & crafts
include cedar furniture, pottery, handcrafted jewelry, New England photography, quilts & quilted décor, glass art, seasonal floral décor, Ameri-
cana folk art, handknitted sweaters/hats/mittens, pet acces- sories, gourmet foods including NH Maple Syrups & whoopee pies, unique river stick furniture, & lots more! Tim Janis Music + Climbing Wall & Bungee Jump for Children – Food – Free Admission! Family Fun for All!!! For more info call Joyce at 528-4014.
The Streetcar Company
Performs “Drood” The Streetcar Compa-
ny, the Lakes Region’s longest-running commu- nity theatre group, will present a musical mys- tery theatre production of the Tony Award win- ning Broadway musical, “Drood,” to be performed three nights only, Thurs- day through Saturday, October 21, 22 & 23 at
7pm., in the Inter-Lakes Community Auditorium at Inter- Lakes High School in Meredith. “DROOD” (originally titled, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”)
is a dance hall musical based on the last published serial novel of Charles Dickens. It is one of the few modern ex- amples of a Broadway musical with book, lyrics, music, and orchestrations all by the same creator, and the first Broad- way musical with multiple endings (determined by audience vote). Rupert Holmes received Tony Awards for Best Book and Best Original Score. The play won five Tony Awards out of eleven nominations, including Best Musical. Advance tickets ($12 each or 4 for $35, all general admis-
sion) are on sale now at Greenlaw’s Music in Laconia and Innisfree Bookstore in Meredith. For more information about the show (including group ticketing, sponsorship opportu- nities or other ways to participate), contact producer Peter Brunette at 603-393-7875, or visit Streetcar’s Webstage at www.streetcarcompany.com
Get “In the Mood” Just Love to Sing! Productions will present “In the Mood”
on Saturday, October 23rd, 7:30pm at the Gilford Commu- nity Church. Featuring songs from the 30’s and 40’s, this performance will offer not only delightful music, but dancing and refreshments as well. Carlos Martinez is Music Director for “In the Mood” and expects an evening full of fun and great music featuring members of the Center Harbor Town Band of which he is also band director. Just Love to Sing! is a non profit with a mission to educate,
enlighten, and entertain the public with regard to performing musical arts. Tickets for “In the Mood” are $12.00 Adult and $10.00 Senior/Child and are available by calling 781-5695. justlovetosing.com
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