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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, December 29, 2011


DECEMBER FRIDAY 30TH


Passion on Ice III – 3rd Annual US Figure Skating National Skating


Month Celebration Rochester Arena. 7pm. Featuring elite guest stars and talented local soloists in a special show to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network and NH Breast Cancer Coalition. $10/ adults and $5/students. Girl Scouts and Brownies wearing vests or sashes have free admission to the show. For more info email skatingclobofnh@ hotmail.com


SATURDAY 31ST Fireworks at Hampton Beach!


On the beach at the top of B Street. 8pm.


Tuckermans at 9 – Rockin’ A Capella Group


Anderson Hall on the Brewster Academy Campus. Performances are at 8pm, 9pm and 10pm. Admission is free with a Wolfeboro First Night Button, available at the Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce, area stores and most venues during First Night. www.firstnight.wolfeboro.net


Country, Bluegrass & Gospel


Jam Session Estabrooke Hall, Brewster Academy, Wolfeboro. 6-8:30pm. All are welcome to participate and listen. 569-3861


JANUARY TUESDAY 3RD


Lakes Region Camera Club


Meeting Meredith Public Library, Main Street, Meredith. 7pm. 340-2359


Play Days- Open House Style Prescott Farm, White Oaks Road,


Laconia. 10:30am-3:30pm. The program is located inside the center and will be decked out with puzzles, books, puppets, games and more! You are welcome to bring snacks or lunch! $2/per person and members are free. 366-5695


FRIDAY 6TH Pizza Party with the Painted


Turtle Amoskeg Fishway Learning Center, 6 Fletcher Street, Manchester. 6:30- 8pm. Fun filled evening for families! Participants will eat pizza and meet animals in a live animal presentation. $15/per family includes pizza. Advance registration with payment required. 626-3474


Free Family Fun Night Children’s Museum of NH, 6 Washington Street, Dover. 5:30- 8pm. Enjoy a no-cost night out at the Museum! 742-2002


Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Capitol Center for the Arts, 44 South Main Street, Concord. 8pm. Lively nineties swing revival band! 225-1111


Moonlight Stroll through Concord


Park Meet at the Parker Academy parking lot on the corner of Hopkinton Rd. and Fisk Rd. 7pm. This event will explore the trails of the park and climb Concord’s highest hill with a view of the city. David Ross, an avid hiker and geocacher, will lead the late-night stroll in search of hidden geocaches. Guests should wear proper winter attire, hat, mittens and boots. A headlamp or flashlight is also recommended. 225-7225


SATURDAY 7TH


Lakes Region Big Band Wakefield Opera House. An evening of music and dance with casual appetizers (limited table space; advance ticket purchase recommended). $15/door, $12/advance. 522-6349


Winter Farmers Market Danbury Grange Hall , off Rtes 4/104. across from the fire station 9am-1pm. Hot breakfast and lunch.


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Full Moon Snowshoe Hike Prescott Farm, Laconia. 7-8pm. Reservations required. $7/person or $5/members. 366-5695


TUESDAY 10TH


Play Days- Open House Style Prescott Farm, White Oaks Road, Laconia. 10:30am-3:30pm. The program is located inside the center and will be decked out with puzzles, books, puppets, games and more! You are welcome to bring snacks or lunch! $2/per person and members are free. 366-5695


“Who won the War of 1812?” – New Hampshire’s Forgotten


Patriot Pirates Hampstead Public Library, 9 Mary E. Clark Drive, Hampstead. 7pm. History writer J. Dennis Robinson offers an upbeat, often irreverent, bicentennial look at New Hampshire’s reluctant role in “Mr. Madison’s War” with special em- phasis on the privateers who swarmed out of the state’s only seaport. 329- 5921


THURSDAY 12TH Lively Boys! Lively Boys!; The


Origin of Bad Boy Books Gilmanton Year Round Library, 1385 Rte 140 Gilmanton Iron Works. 6:30pm. Historian J. Dennis Robinson tracks the NH origins of the genre that gave us Dennis the Menace and Bart Simpson. 364-2400


FRIDAY 13TH


Community Dance Common Man Inn, Plymouth. 6:30- 9:30pm. Music provided by Uncle Steve’s Band. $6 at the door


Reality Star Fight Night Capitol Center for the Arts, Concord. 8pm. Featuring cast members from “Real World”, “I Love Money”, “Daisy Love”, “Bad Girls Club” and more! Celebrity trainers Mickey Ward and Dickey Eklund will also appear. 225- 1111


TUESDAY 17TH Lakes Region Camera Club


Meeting Meredith Public Library, Main Street, Meredith. 7pm. 340-2359


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Play Days- Open House Style Prescott Farm, White Oaks Road, Laconia. 10:30am-3:30pm. The program is located inside the center and will be decked out with puzzles, books, puppets, games and more! You are welcome to bring snacks or lunch! $2/per person and members are free. 366-5695


TUESDAY 24TH


Play Days- Open House Style Prescott Farm, White Oaks Road, Laconia. 10:30am-3:30pm. The program is located inside the center


See EVENTS on 30


SAT & SUN 7TH


& 8TH


Fishing & Hunting Expo Rockingham Park, Salem. Over 150 Exhibitors. 500 free seminars and hourly door prizes. Paintball Range, Kids Trout Pond, Archery Range. Rain, snow or shine. $8. Ages 6-15, $3, under 5 is free. www.rockinghamespo. com


“Tuckermans At 9”


At Wolfeboro First Night For the fourth year running, Tuckermans at 9 returns to Wolfe- boro, for First Night festivities on December 31. This year, the popular rockin’ a cappella group is adding a third performance in a larger venue. Based in the New Hampshire Seacoast, the group, dubbed “T9” by fans, has entertained audiences from Boston and Massachusetts’ north and south shores to Lewis- ton, Maine, and in New Hampshire from Portsmouth to Nashua and into the Lakes Region. Tuckermans at 9; December 31, 8-8:40pm,


9-9:40pm, 10-10:40pm; Anderson Hall on the Brewster Academy campus, 205 South Main Street. Admission by First Night button: $7 before 12/25, $15 thereafter at the Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce, area stores, and most venues during First Night. No one admitted without a button. Children 10 and younger free when accompanied by a button-wearing adult. More info: firstnight.wolfeboro.net, tuckermansat9. com, and Tuckermans at 9 on Facebook.


Annual Rockingham Park Fishing & Hunting Outdoor Expo


Fight Cabin Fever at NH’s Annual Rockingham Park Fishing and Hunting Outdoor Expo. See the entire outdoors from indoors with a growing count


of over 175 exhibitors and 50 seminars free to attend. The Saturday and Sunday event is scheduled for January 7th and 8th.. This event is the current largest and longest continually Operating Sporting Expo in NH. The Expo is set up to be fun for the whole family, as such,


kids 15 and under only $3 and free admission for children 5 and under. Adult admission is just $8 (with admission dis- count tickets available online) and parking is free. Sunday is Kid’s Day, and the little outdoors-people will have


a blast on the Moose Clues scavenger hunt complete with a grand prize fishing guide trip donated by Seacoast Guide Ser- vice. Other activities will include the kid’s favorite Live Trout Pond where you will be able to try your luck in catching the “Big One”. There will also be the favored lazer shot shooting simulator, a Kids Archery Range and the new Paintball Range sponsored by Predator Airsoft of Salem. Door prizes every hour. Lots of door prizes donated by our


gracious exhibitors will be given out every hour. The Raffle prize will be an MDM Buck-Wacka muzzleloader donated by Millenium Designed Muzzleloaders. Exhibitor categories that will be featured include: Fishing,


Hunting, Guns and Muzzleloaders, Kayaking, Canoeing, Camp- ing, Archery, Big Game Outfitters, Fly-Fishing, Guides and Charters, Hiking, Backpacking, Lodges and Resorts, ATV, Boats and Marinas, Outdoor Clothing and more. Many of the exhibi- tors will have special show pricing and superb deals on all types of guide trips and outdoor equipment are sure to be found. You will have the opportunity to purchase your 2012 Fish-


ing and/or Hunting license from the NH Fish & Game booth. Come enjoy NH’s very own falconers and their red-tailed hawks or maybe attend a dog training seminar. In addition to the exhibitors, the Rockingham Fishing and Hunting Expo boast a full schedule of free seminars featur- ing the very best in the field of Outdoors. Rockingham Park is located off Exit 1 on I93 right across from the Rockingham Mall in Salem, New Hampshire. Show hours are Saturday 10am - 7pm and Sunday 10am - 5pm. Parking is Free and door prizes will be announced every hour! The first hourly door prize is a custom built rod donated by River Street Bait and Tackle. The website www.RockinghamExpo.com. Facebook fans can find,them at facebook.com/RockinghamExpo.


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