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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, April 5, 2012


APRIL THURSDAY 5 TH


Old Burnside Beer Tasting The Barley House, 132 North Main Street, Concord. 5pm. 228-6363


THURS. 5TH – SAT. 7TH


Alice in Wonderland, Jr. Rochester Opera House, 31 Wakefield Street, Rochester. 7pm with a Saturday matinee at 2pm. Tickets are $10- $12. 335-1992


FRIDAY 6TH Writers in the Spotlight: Marilynne


Robinson & Paul Harding The Capitol Center for the Arts, Concord. 7pm. Tickets $25 each which includes a copy of “When I was a Child, I Read Books”. 225-1111


Super Stellar Friday – “Journey


to the Lunar Highlands” McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center, Concord. 7pm.UNH’s Physics Dept. Chair Dr. Mark McConnell helps relive the excitement of Apollo 16 Astronauts John Young and Charlie Duke’s trip exploring the lunar surface. ! www. starhop.com


Comedy Night to Benefit


Kidworks Church Landing, Meredith. 7pm. Robbie Printz and Steve Guillmette. $20 PP. www.millfalls.com


SATURDAY 7TH


Garden Workshop: Seed Starting Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, 58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth. 10-11am. $10 per person. All materials included. 323-7591


Final Winter Market of the


Season Danbury Grange . Opens at 9am. Support your local farmers and craftspeople. 768-5579


Ballroom Dance The Fitness Edge, Rt. 3, Meredith. Doors open at 6:45pm. Dance from 7-10pm. 677-2410


LR Gymnastics Booster Club


Bake Sale Outside of Shaw’s Supermarket in the Belknap Mall. 9am-1pm.


The Met Life in HD: Massenet’s Manon WEDNESDAY 11TH


Takacs String Quartet Johnson Theatre in the Paul Creative Arts Center at UNH. 7pm. $10/student or $30/general. www.unhmub.com/ ticket 862-2290


Free Outdoor Adventure Talks N.H. Fish and Game, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord. 7pm. Learn when, where and how to fly fish the Upper Connecticut River and what flies work for catching trout there. 271-3211


Stark Decency: New Hampshire’s


World War II German POW Camp Barrington Public Library, 105 Ramsdell Lane, Barrington. 7pm. 300 German POW’s were held at Camp Stark near the village of Stark. The history of this camp tells us much about our country’s war experience and about our state. Free. 664-0193


Trivia Night The Barley House, 132 North Main Street, Concord. 8pm. 228-6363


THURSDAY 12TH Organic Blueberry Growing


Class Hopkinton Town Library, 61 Houston Drive, Contoocook. 5:30-8pm. Contact Mary West to register 796-2151


Noel Coward’s “Hay Fever” The Village Players Theatre, 51 Glendon Street, Wolfeboro. 8pm. 569- 9656


A Short Course on Islam for Non-


Muslims Great Bay Community College, 320 Corporate Drive, Portsmouth. 12pm. Discuss the major similarities and


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Comedy Central’s Juston


McKinney The Capitol Center for the Arts, Concord. 8pm. Tickets start at $20. 225-1111


Karaoke Event The American Legion Post 33, 6 Plymouth Street, Meredith. 8pm. All invited. $5 donation.


TUESDAY 10TH State School; Understanding our Past to Create


a Better Future Meredith Public Library, 91 Main Street, Meredith. 6:30pm. 279-4303


crucial differences among Islam, Christianity and Judaism. Free. 427- 7600 x 7704


Children’s Authors Tea Belknap Mill, 25 Beacon St. Ease, The Mill Plaza, Laconia. 5-7pm. 524-1741 x15.


FRIDAY 13TH Super Stellar Friday – “Teen


Night: Giant Xbox-360” McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center, Concord. 7pm. Back again by popular demand, it’s ultimate giant X-box 360 video gaming night! Can you imagine 16 people playing the same Xbox- 360 game on four giant projected screens in the forty-foot dome of the planetarium theater with Dolby 5.1 surround sound? Video gaming has never been so BIG! Teams will be set up. And - meet Marvel video game designer Greg Walek and his students from the NHTI Animation and Graphic Game Programming degree program as they make this exciting night possible. Pizza and soda provided. www.starhop.com


Margaritaville in Meredith Church Landing, Meredith. 6pm. Open to the public and will feature culinary delights ala Caribbean style as well as the popular margarita tasting contest, the Pirate’s Treasure Raffle and dancing to the music of Annie and the Orphans. Tickets need to be purchased in advance. 279-6121


BUNCO Dice Game Lions Hall, Old Rt. 109, Moultonborough. 7-10pm. BYOB with free set ups and appetizers. Cash prizes. $15 per person. Proceeds go to benefit The Moultonborough Women’s Club Scholarship Fund. 253-6805


Budget Blinds to Appear on


CBS’s “Undercover Boss” CBS, at 8pm.


Opening Art Exhibit Reception League of NH Craftsmen headquarters, Concord. 5-7pm. www.nhcrafts.org or 224-3375


SATURDAY 14TH


Organic Blueberry Pruning Class Hopkinton Town Library, 61 Houston Drive, Contoocook. 10-11:30am. Contact Mary West to register 796- 2151


James Montgomery Band with


Duke Robillard Flying Monkey, Plymouth. 536-2551 or www.flyingmonkeyNH.com


Hearthside Dinner: Springtime


Supper on the Farm Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, 58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth. 5-7pm. $40 per person. Ages 16+. Reservations required. 323-7591


April 7, 12:00pm April 7, 8:00pm


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Roots Along the River The Amoskeag Fishways Learning Center, 6 Fletcher Street, Manchester. 1-3pm. During an interactive performance for all ages with award winning storyteller and author Michael Caduto, families will learn about the special places that protect our rivers and streams from pollution. His new books will be on sale and autographed in person. $8/person or $20/family. Advanced payment with registration required. 626-3474


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Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Pageant


The 2012 Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Competition


will be held at the Stockbridge Theatre at Pinkerton Academy in Derry on Thursday & Friday, April 26 and 27, at 7pm. The final night will be on Saturday, April 28th at 6pm where a new Miss New Hampshire will be crowned, win a $15,000 scholarship, and the chance to compete for the title of Miss America 2013. Who will she be? Admission for the April 26th & 27th event is $10 with the April 28th final at $35 ($20 for children). To reserve your tickets or for additional information please


call the Miss New Hampshire Office @ 602-437-9027 or go to www.missnh.org


“Always, Patsy


Cline” in


Concord Tickets are now


on sale for “Al- ways, Patsy Cline” presented by the Interlakes The- atre at the Audi (3 Prince Street), in Concord, on Saturday, April 21st at 7:30pm and Sunday. April 22nd at 2pm. The production will feature Brittany Bara from NYC as


Patsy Cline and AEA actress Nancy Barry as Louise Seeger, her real life wacky fan. This show is funny and charming, moves at a break-neck pace and showcases 25 Patsy Cline Songs. Patsy Cline was well known for hits like “Walkin After Midnight,” “Crazy,” “You’re Cheatin’ Heart,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Sweet Dreams.” There is also a live onstage band. Phil Sanguedolce of Meredith plays steel guitar, with Dave LeB- lanc on drums, Todd Little on fiddle, Mike Rosengarten on guitar. Kevin Winebold of NYC, is musical director, conductor and pianist. John Findlay of Meredith will make an onstage appearance and serve as Backstage Deck Manager. Tickets are on sale now for $18 if purchased in advance or


$20 at the door. For tickets call 1-888-245-6374 or e-mail interlakestheatre@gmail.com. Tickets may also be purchased at the UPS Store at 75 S. Main Street, Concord.


MixedNutz to Perform At Newmarket Fundraiser


On Saturday, April 7th guests at the Rockingham Ball-


room will be dancing to the 11 piece big band sound of MixedNutz to benefit the fire Sprinkler Fund. The band will perform ballroom classics as well as hit songs of the ‘30s through the ‘90s. The band includes performers from throughout the state, including Durham radiologist, Dr. Daniel Miner, who was the force behind bringing the band to the ballroom to aid the sprinkler fund. Look for Dr. Miner on the guitar. His 19 year old daughter, Marilyn, is one of two vocalists for the group, singing songs ranging from the great Etta James to Amy Winehouse. Former Emmy Award winning WMUR News reporter, Scott Spradling of Manchester, is the other half of the vocal duo. Doors open at 7pm for the event. The performance begins


at 7:30. Tickets are $14 at the door or in advance at the Rockingham Ballroom (659-4410) or the Blanchette Law Office (431-7224). Donation jars are located near the coat check and at the bar area of the ballroom. Donations may also be mailed to Friends of the Rockingham Ballroom, 22 Ash Swamp Rd., Newmarket, NH 03857. Many thanks to those who have contributed!


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