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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, March 15, 2012 OUTon the TOWN Great Food, Libations & Good Times!


Happy St. Patrick’s Day from your friends at


EVENTS from 2 pubs. Unusual and rare photos


and advertisements document this changing industry and the state’s earliest brewers, including the renowned Frank Jones. A number of lesser- known brewers and breweries that operated in the state are also discussed,


including


Visit PatricksPub.com or Facebook.com/PatricksPubNH Jct Rts 11 & 11B Gilford • 293-0841


the only brewery owned and operated by a woman before the modern era. Illustrations present evidence of society’s changing attitudes towards beer and alcohol consumption over the years. Whether you’re a beer connoisseur or a “tea- totaler”, this lecture will be enjoyed by adults of all ages. Anticipating an oft-asked question... Sorry, there are no beer samples given out at this lecture. Presented by Glenn A. Knoblock. 679-8635


It’s Always Happening at the WBLP!


Award Winning Desserts by Pastry Chef Teresa Live Entertainment Fri. & Sat. 8-11


Sunday Dinner for 2/w bottle of wine - $35 **Happy Hour – 5-7 p.m. Daily**


Service Industry Night Mondays Fish Fry Thursdays - $12.95


LOBSTER POUND WEIRS BEACH


Route 3, Weirs Beach ~ 366-2255 www.wb-lp.com


Lovewhip The Shaskeen, 909 Elm Street, Manchester. 9:30pm. 21 plus show. Tickets are $5. 625-0246


THURS. 22ND 24TH


– SAT. Opechee Garden Club “Art


‘n Bloom” Gilford Public Library, Potter Hill Road, Gilford. 293-2877 for hours.


“You can’t Take it With


You” Gilford High School Auditorium.


7pm. $7 Tickets can be purchased at the door or at the Gilford Village Store or Greenlaw’s Music in Laconia.


FRIDAY 23RD “You Can’t take it With


You” Leddy Center for the Performing Arts, 38 C Ladd’s Lane, Epping. 7:30pm. $18. 679-2781


Ingmar Bergman’s “The


Magician” NHTI, 31 College Drive, Concord. 7pm. $5 suggested donation. 271-7185


Super Stellar Friday –


“Tubes in Space” McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center, Concord. 7pm. Kick off the biggest event of the year about the smallest science with Peter Antoinette, the president, co-founder, and CEO of Nanocomp Technologies in Concord, NH. Nanocomp is presently the only producer in the United States capable of producing carbon nanotube materials with the properties to be the strongest, lightest, most conductive material on earth. The company’s products have captured the imagination of the aerospace community and are presently being used on sophisticated spacecraft. Come and hear the story of how this New Hampshire company is the first company to put “tubes in space”! This evening is the beginning of Nano Days - a week long event! www.starhop.


Dinner Thu, Fri, Sat Nights BREAKFAST ALL DAY


Serving Lunch & Dinner


7 Days A Week


11:30am to Close


It’s a Good Time Every Night Of the Week at the Barn!


—MONDAYS—


Burger Time $5.00 burgers all day! Mouth watering, big beefy burgers with hand cut fries.


All pizzas $10, up to 4 toppings, dine in only, 2 pizzas per party.


—TUESDAYS— Pizza Time!


Swirl, Sip & Save Half off featured red


and white wine. —WEDNESDAYS—


Fiesta En El Establo! Party at the barn!


20% off mexican items on menu, $1. off margaritas


—THURSDAYS—


Prime Rib Dinner 15 oz. cut $14.95


Live music 7 - 10 pm —SUNDAYS—


Beer Specials 1 - 4 pm


—DAILY—


Early Bird Gets The Deal! Dinner Specials 4 - 5:30 pm


2667 Lakeshore Road • Gilford, NH (directly behind Ellacoya Country Store)


293-8700 • www.BarnAndGrille.com 0


FRIDAY NIGHTS Prime Rib


0


Serving Lunch & Dinner


AYCE Fresh Fried Haddock


Eat in an original


Worcester GREAT BREWS ON TAP!


New England microbrews as well as wine, light cocktails and the BEST Bloody Marys!


Mon-Wed 6 am - 3 pm/ Thurs-Sat 6 am - 8 pm Sun (Breakfast Only) 6 am to 1 pm


Burger Time $5.00 burgers all day! Mouth watering, big beefy burgers with hand cut fries.


All pizzas $10, up to 4 toppings, dine in only, 2 pizzas per party.


—TUESDAYS— Pizza Time!


64 Whittier Highway Moultonboro, NH


Swirl, Sip & Save Half off featured red


and white wine. www.lemongrassnh.com


2667 Lakeshore Road • Gilford, NH (directly behind Ellacoya Country Store)


253-8100 —DAILY—


Early Bird Gets The Deal! Dinner Specials 4 - 5:30 pm


com


Jeremy Dean Band – Live Music Fraternal Order of Eagles 2629, Route 302, Bethlehem. 8-11pm. No cover charge. 444- 5795


FRI. 23RD – SUN. 25TH


“I Remember Mama” Garrison Players Art Center, Route 4 Rollinsford. 8pm Friday and Saturday and 3pm Sunday. 750-4ART


SATURDAY 24TH Ukrainian Egg Decorating


Class The League of NH Craftsmen, 279 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith. 10am-1pm. Taught by Judi Lemaire. $20 per student. Pre-registration is required. 279-7920


Maple Sugaring – a Remick


Signature Event The Remick Museum and Farm, 58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth. 11am-3pm. See demonstrations of Native American, colonial and modern day sugaring-off methods. Crafts, activities and games for the children! Sample pure maple syrup and sugar-on- snow! $2.50/members and $5/ non-members. 323-7591


“You Can’t take it With


You” Leddy Center for the Performing Arts, 38 C Ladd’s Lane, Epping. 7:30pm. $18. 679-2781


Dining Car #831


Open 7 Days A Week


11:30am to Close


Of the Week at the Barn! —MONDAYS—


—WEDNESDAYS—


Fiesta En El Establo! Party at the barn!


20% off mexican items on menu, $1. off margaritas


—THURSDAYS—


Prime Rib Dinner 15 oz. cut $14.95


Live music 7 - 10 pm


—SUNDAYS— Beer Specials 1 - 4 pm


Granite State Symphony Orchestra – “The Height of


It’s a Good Time Every Night NH Old House and Barn 1331 Union Ave. Laconia, NH • 603-524-6744


Russian Romanticism” Concord City Auditorium, Concord. 8pm. Tickets are $10 to $35 with certain discounts for students and seniors. 226- 4776 or www.gsso.org


Expo Center of NH, Radisson Hotel,


Warm up with us in the lounge for our daily happy hour special from 3-6pm Half price appetizers, sushi trio of your choice for $25, $3 draft and full liquor menu available


Closed Tuesday & Wednesday Thursday-Saturday from 11:30am - 9:00pm Sunday - Monday from 11:30am-8:oopm


Delicious Food • Exotic Drinks • Quality Service 293-8700 • www.BarnAndGrille.com


Manchester. 9am-5pm. More than 100 exhibitors. $10 adults and $7 seniors and students.


Sheddlane featuring Dana


Logan Bridgewater Inn Japanese Steakhouse & Tavern, Mayhew Turnpike, Bridgewater. Classic rock at it’s best. 9pm.


Rise Again Outreach Silent


Auction Fundraiser New Beginning’s Church, 33 Staniels Road, Loudon. 6:30pm. 1-899-266-5017 ext. 709


Lakes Region Symphony Auditorium,


Orchestra Inter-Lakes


Meredith. A celebration of American Composers. $12/ adults or $6/students. www. lrso.org


Matt Tellier – Live Music Fraternal Order of Eagles 2629, Route 302, Bethlehem. 9-11pm. No cover charge. 444- 5795


SAT. 24TH – SUN. 25TH


Dance Northeast! Rochester Opera House, Rochester. Two days of performances and master classes. Public invited to all festival events. 335-1992 or solecitydance@metrocast.net


SUNDAY 25TH Cabin Fever Winter Lecture


Series The Wright Museum, 77 Center Street, Wolfeboro. 2pm. ‘After the Bomb,’ With the American Occupation Forces at Nagasaki, Japan. Robert Jones, Wright Museum Volunteer. A WWII veteran, Bob will relate his own fascinating experiences in the later stages of the War in the Pacific. In particular, he will discuss his tenure with American occupation forces in the home islands of Japan immediately following the atomic bombings. 569-1212. www.wrightmuseum.org


Spring Art Auction Whole Life Care, 100 Shattuck Way, Newington. 3-6pm. Enjoy wine, hors d’oeuvers, live music and silent bidding on various pieces from local and cross- country artists. All to benefit Tidewater Waldorf School. $30 at the door, $25 if purchased before March 10th


through the school. 207-439-7911


NH Old House and Barn Expo Center of NH, Radisson Hotel, Manchester. 9am-5pm. More than 100 exhibitors. $10 adults and $7 seniors and students.


Sports Cards & Collectible


Show Leavitt Park Clubhouse, Elm See EVENTS on 25


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