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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, April 5, 2012 OUTon the TOWN Great Food, Libations & Good Times! EVENTS from 24


Cline songs. $18/advance or $20/door. 1-888-245-6374 or interlakestheatre@gmail.com


The Bucky Lewis Show –


Comedy for a Cause Blackstones at the Margate, 76 Lake Street, Laconia. 8pm. Fundraiser for the WLNH Children’s Auction. $25 per person. 524-7185


SUNDAY 22ND


“Always, Patsy Cline” Concord Audi, 3 Prince Street, Concord. 2pm. This show is funny and charming and moves at a break-neck pace and showcases 25 Patsy Cline songs. $18/advance or $20/door. 1-888-245-6374 or interlakestheatre@gmail.com


Rosanne Cash The Music Hall, 28 Chestnut Street, Portsmouth. 7:30pm. 436-2400 www.themusichall. org


A Night of Music with Two


Old Friends Newton Town Hall, 2 Town Hall Road, Newton. 7pm. These two perform American country music the way it was conceived in the early 20th century and demonstrate how these tunes are often derived from the songs of the Irish, but have been influenced by other cultural and ethnic groups, particularly African American to create an original American sound. Free. 382-7574


MONDAY 23RD


GAPS Diet Program Wolfeboro Public Library, 6:30pm. 569-2428


TUESDAY 24TH


Laconia State School: Understanding our Past to


Create a Better Future Meredith Public Library, 91 Main Street, Meredith. 6:30pm. This presentation will provide insight into the principle features of society’s values and changes in those values during the 20th 279-4303


century. Free.


Overboard! A True Bluewater Odyssey of a NH


Man’s Survival Mary E. Bartlett Library, 22 Dalton Road, Brentwood. 7pm. Hear the story of Ron Burd, a crew member on the sailboat Almeisan. Four days into their voyage from Connecticut to Bermuda a massive storm struck, in which the Captain and the First Mate were swept away by huge seas! 642-3355


WEDNESDAY 25TH


Children’s Arts & Crafts Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, 58 Cleveland


THE SPOT FOR FUN!


Serving Lunch & Dinner


7 Days A Week


11:30am to Close


Easter Brunch Buffet


Sunday April 8th Accepting Reservations for seatings at 10am, 11:30am & 1pm Prime Rib, Poached Salmon,


Lobster Stuffed Haddock, Chicken Marsala, Braised Lamb Shank, Rice Pilaf, Veggies, Shrimp Cocktail, Fresh Fruit, Home Fries, Smoked Bacon, Maple Sausage,


Games • Mini-Golf • Restaurant • Bowling • Cash Bingo • Tavern • Kiddie Rides


Rte. 3, Weirs Beach, NH • www.FunspotNH.com Open Year-Round 603-366-4377


Eggs Benedict, Made to Order Omelets, French Toast and Assorted Desserts


Full Dinner Menu Available 2:30pm-8pm


2667 Lakeshore Road directly behind Ellacoya Country Store www.BarnAndGrille.com • 293-8700


Hill Road, Tamworth. 10- 11:30am. Ages 8-15. $5 per person. Reservations are appreciated. 323-7591


Spring Serenade The Amoskeag Fishways Learning Center, 6 Fletcher Street, Manchester. 10-11am or 1-2pm. Pre school program about which animals are calling in the spring and why. Children will mimic some of their songs and make an animal call to take home. Advance registration with payment required. 626- 3474


Free Outdoor Adventure


Talks N.H. Fish and Game, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord. 7pm. Learn about the natural history of our native black bears, current research being done on black bears in New Hampshire and how this powerful species is managed in the Granite State.


MALKIN from 6


was left of its $528.7 million loan it had previously received.” Prystash’s hike


was 8.5 percent , taking his base sal- ary from $350,000 to $380,000. One A123 vice president, Robert Johnson, re- ceived a 20.7 per- cent pay increase that saw his salary grow from $331,250 to $400,000. An- other vice president, Jason Forcier, vice president of the au- tomotive solutions group, climbed from a $331,250 base sal- ary to $350,000.


Analyst Paul Chess-


er of the D.C.-based National Legal and Policy Center raises pointed questions about the timing of the pay raises: “Were their actions intend- ed as greater protec- tion for their execu- tives in the case of a sale or bankruptcy of the company?” In- quiring House GOP investigators looking into the Obama De- partment of Energy’s big green boondog- gles should want to know. And t a xpa y e r s should want to know more about the cozy


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THURSDAY NIGHTLY


Chicken Pot Pie Chef’s Special NE Boiled Dinner


SPECIALS


All U Can Eat Fried Chicken Chef’s Special


FRIDAY


All U Can Eat Fish Fry Fresh Seafood Fried or Broiled


Breakfast served from 6am-4pm Daily Blackboard


Breakfast & Lunch Specials TUESDAY


Roast Turkey Dinner Roast Beef Dinner Meat Loaf


SATURDAY


Prime Rib Shrimp Scampi Chef’s Special


WEDNESDAY


All U Can Eat Spaghetti Roast Pork Dinner Chef’s Special


SUNDAY


Chicken Pot Pie Country Fried Steak Baked Ham & Beans


All U


Can Eat Fish Fry


ties between A123 and the White House and Demo c rat i c pol i t icians. A123 Systems CEO Da- vid Vieau showered Barack Obama, the Democratic National Committee and key Democrats on Capi- tol Hill with nearly $17,000 before re- ceiving the stimu- lus injection. A123 enviro-boodle also flowed to Mass. Sen. John Kerry and Rep. Ed Markey. Betting on “smart grid” cro- nyism has been a


bonanza for the well- connected -- and a big, bad bet for tax- payers.


Michelle Malkin is


the author of “Culture of Corruption: Obama and his Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks & Cronies” (Regnery 2010). Her e-mail ad- dress is malkinblog@ gmail.com.


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$15.95/ person


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