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APRIL 2018


April 1

Pond Skimming - Beach Party

Pond Skimming - Beach Party Theme: Skiers and riders attempt to cross the man-made shark-pond at the base of King Pine on the final day of the season. Hawaiian shirts recommended!

 

 



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April 1

Easter Sunrise Service and Final Day of the 2017-18 Season

Easter Sunrise Service and Final Day of the 2017-18 Season! Join us for an Easter Sunrise Service at the King Pine summit and pancake breakfast.

 

 



6033678896

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April 1

The Lion King, Junior

The African savannah comes to life with Simba and Nala, Pumbaa, Timon, Mufasa, Scar and more unforgettable characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle and back again in this inspiring, coming-of-age story. This vibrant tale has captivated worldwide audiences. With Sir Elton John's music, dazzling costumes, and extraordinary talent, this is a show not to be missed.

 

THE LION KING, JUNIOR is presented March 22 – April 1, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 



(603) 733-5275

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April 1

Easter Dinner

Snowvillage Inn, Eaton

Max's at Snowvillage Inn is serving Easter Dinner!  We are taking reservation from Noon to 3PM.  Call 603-447-2818 to reserve!



603-447-2818

Click for more info: snowvillageinn.com/easter-sunday-dinner-at-maxs/

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April 3

Free Talk: Sprained Brain

M&D Productions

Are you Straining to keep your Brain from going in the wrong direction?

Discover how an unhappy, chaotic, disorganized, disengaged, forgetful brain is a symptom of an inflamed brain and how your mood disorder, memory problems, anxiety, depression are not all in your head but are in your body. Find out what steps you can take right now to begin your journey to restoring and optimizing your health.

“Within 3 days I felt like a new person, at the end of 4 months I feel as though I have totally transformed and have my life and health back” - Jeanne P

International speaker, teacher, author and wellness expert Dr. Trish Murray will give a FREE overview of Discover Health and what it offers you to improve your health on:

WHEN: Tuesday, April 3rd at 6 pm
WHERE: M&D Productions
1857 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway

RSVP to (603) 447-3112 or RSVP Online at http://tmurraywellness.com/events-google/

Bring a guest, call now, seating is limited



603-447-3113

Click for more info: tmurraywellness.com/events-google/

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April 3 , 10 , 17 , 24

Open Mic Hoot Night

Wildcat Tavern

Open Mic with John Sarty from 8 - 11:30 pm. 



603-383-4245

Click for more info: sueh1987@gmail.com

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April 4

World News Unscripted with John Swayze

Joh Swayze was a world correspondent for CBS and NBC radio.  He will be telling us stories of his years covering major world events, talking about today's news reporting and how it differs from yesterday's news and how history is recorded through journalism.  John will address questions we pose to him (no script or slides) sharing his experiences as a jurnalist in the field and as an anchor for CBS and NBC radio.

Program is sponsored by the Bartlett Historical Society as a part of its ongoing series of quarterly presentations on historic topics.

Public is welcome; Donations to BHS accepted at the door.

At Josiah Bartlett Elementary School, Cafeteria, Route 302, Bartlett - 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.



603-374-5023

Click for more info: www.BartlettHistory.org

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April 4

Annual Feast of the Valley

Mineral Spring Cafe

On Wednesday April 4th the Kennet High School Culinary Art's Program will host our annual Feast of the Valley Dinner. The cost of tickets are $25 a person. Come enjoy a student run evening with a live band, mocktails, passed appetizers and a dinner buffet consisting of 5 action stations. The Key Club Students and the Culinary Arts students are the whole work force, from servers, "bar"tenders to cooks and back of the house support. The Culinary program and the Key Club split the cost and profits 50-50, and all money raised goes to the clubs to enrich both programs. Tickets are available individually or by the table. Tables for 8 available. 



Click for more info: a_bickford@sau9.org

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April 4

UMO Symphonic Band

The Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center presents the University of Maine Orono Symphonic Band at 7 pm. Dedicated to playing serious literature written for band and smaller wind and percussion groups, the UMO Symphonic Band performs in concerts on campus, goes on tour in the spring, and appear in several concerts in public schools throughout the year. The band is directed by Professor Chris White. Free Admission. Located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine. 



207-935-9232

Click for more info: www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac

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April 4

Feast of the Valley Buffet Dinner

The Feast of the Valley Buffet on April 4th will be hosted at the Kennett High School cafeteria in North Conway by the Mount Washington Valley Career/Tech Center Culinary students and staff, and the KHS Key Club.  The buffet dinner event runs from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and will feature multiple serving stations ranging from appetizers to main courses, side dishes, and desserts.  Tickets are $25.00 each and tables for eight can be reserved.  Proceeds from the event will go toward the MWV Career/Tech ProStart culinary program and Key Club's childrens charities.  Please contact Barry at mbc03846@gmail.com or 603 387 3039 for tickets and more information.



603 387 3039

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April 5

African Photo-Safari

Weather Discovery Center

North Conway Library presents:

“African Photo Safari” with Kathy and Ed Bergeron

Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 7 p.m.

At Weather Discovery Center

 

Kathy and Ed Bergeron will share their experiences and photographs from a safari through Kenya and Tanzania, Africa.

Come join the local photographers on a journey starting in Kenya with images of elephants and glimpses of Mt. Kilimanjaro.  They then traveled southward to the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania where the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera is located.  Deep in the crater, 2,000 feet below the rim are lions and hippos. 

Further south they headed to the Serengeti where they captured images of big cats, zebra, wildebeest, and gazelle.  They were able to meet members of the Maasai Tribe and receive a tour of their village.  One more stop at Lake Manyara where they photographed buffalo and many species of birds. 

On the journey north back to Kenya they photographed cityscapes and people in their daily lives.  Truly an amazing adventure to share and inspire. 

Kathy and Ed Bergeron have been serious amateur nature photographers for many years who have photographed nature around the world: Hummingbirds in Canada and Arizona, scenes in the Alps, wildlife in all seasons in Yellowstone and on safari in Kenya, as well as flowers in Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France

This library program will be held at the Weather Discovery Center; no reservations necessary.  There will be time after the presentation for questions and discussion. Homemade cookies will be served and coffee is generously provided by Frontside Grind in North Conway.

 The program is free of charge, although donations to the Library are greatly appreciated.  



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April 5

Native Trout Management Project

Tin Mountain Conservation Center

Tin Mountain Conservation Center is presentating a program on teh Native Fish Coalition's Managemnt Project on Thursday, APril 5th at 7pm at the Nature Learning Center.

Nate Hill of the NH Chapter of Native Fish Coalition will present on the organization’s efforts to more visibly identify the state’s waters managed for wild trout. There are currently 16 designated waters. Come learn more about these areas as well as how you can help support their mission.

 



603-447-6991

Click for more info: www.tinmountain.org

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April 6

Art Show & Sale

The Met Coffee House, 2680 White Mountain Highway

Join us for the Opening Reception in our upstairs gallery. Light Refreshments - All are Welcome! A Juried Member Show.

Also visit WMAA new home: Main Street Art! At 2686 White Mountain Highway, North Conway Village, Next to Olympia Sports



603-356-2787

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April 6

Arts Celebrates Place

The Upper Saco Valley Land Trust presents the 9th annual "Art Celebrates Place" event from 5:00 to 7:30 at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. "Art Celebrates Place" showcases the work of local artists and the landscapes of the Mt. Washington Valley and western Maine. Enjoy an evening of local foods, drinks, original artwork, and live performance, all in support of land conservation. Located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine. 



207-935-9232

Click for more info: www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac

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April 6

Jackson Art Studio: Winter Birch Sip & Paint

With Melanie Levitt

Class will start PROMPTLY at 6pm.  PLEASE ARRIVE  15-20 min. prior to class starting. Fun for the absolute beginner to the seasoned artist!  Spend an evening of creativity as you twist  open your favorite bottle of wine (BYOB for those 21 and over) and uncork your creativity.  Our instructor will guide you step by step- easy, stress free, & affordable! $45 all supplies included.  We will provide you with a smock, but please wear clothes you wouldn't mind getting paint on!

Cancellation Policy. We ask that you to give us one week notice if you need to cancel. You will receive a full refund minus $5 cancellation fee.  Cancellations should be made by phone by calling (603) 387-3463. This provides us the opportunity to fill the space.We are sorry, but we cannot give refunds or issue credits for ‘no shows’.

 



603 387 3463

Click for more info: www.jacksonartnh.com/event-registration/?ee=815

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April 7

MWVCC Chili Cook-Off

Come and bring your appetite! The Mt. Washington Valley Chamber's Annual Chili Cook-Off is Saturday, April, 7, 11am-3pm.


Calling all foodie adventure lovers to join us to kick off our Spring season here in Mt. Washington Valley, New Hampshire with the 15th Annual Chili Cookoff. There will be plenty of Chili and Cornbread to keep you fueled for a day of fun, festivity and the White Mountain Milers 5K Race. We will also have some sweet treats on hand and more along the Village Red Hot Stops route with many of the shops offering discounts and tastings.

All professional chef chili entries are judged by members from the American Culinary Federation White Mountain Chapter, headed by Bryant Alden, Chef from the Wildcat Tavern in Jackson. Awards are given for Best Chili with first, second and third places acknowledged. Professional and non-professional chefs are also awarded People’s Choice Award for Best Chili too, selected by all tasters who attend the tour. 

After the competition the fun continues with the Chili Cookoff Awards Ceremony. 



603-356-5701

Click for more info: www.mtwashingtonvalley.org

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April 7 , 14 , 21

Character Breakfasts at Theater in the Wood

Believe in Books Literacy Foundation presents Character Breakfasts.  Starting Saturday, March 3rd and running every Saturday until April 21st.  

Join us at the Theater in the Wood at 9:30 am each Saturday to meet some of your favorite Storybook Characters! Each week you can have a tasty pancake breakfast with a new group of friends enjoying our own 100 Acre Wood Maple Syrup! Fill youe plates, gather around the stage and enjoy a storybook reading and meet and greet to follow.  Plus you have use of the 100 Acre Wood Trail System for the entire day!

Scedule of Characters:

March 3rd: Cat in the Hat

March 10th: Winnie the Pooh & friends

March 17th: Snow White

March 24th: TBD

March 31st: Rabbit & Friends

April 7th: Alice in Wonderland

April 14th: The Little Mermaid

April 21st: Earth Day with Dr. Seuss' the Lorax

 

Breakfast is $7 per person



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Click for more info: www.believeinbooks.org/upcoming-events.html

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April 7

Jackson Art Studio: Painting Flowers w/ Joelle Goff

Painting Flowers with Joelle Goff

In this Saturday workshop, Joelle will guide you through the process of creating a close up flower painting using acrylics. Students will first sketch their flowers in proper proportion to create a dynamic composition and do a small color study. Attention will be giving to choosing a color palette, blending color, and how to build up a painting in layers starting with darks to lights. The small class size will allow students to receive one on one attention. The instructor will provide close up flower images to choose from. This class is suitable for the beginner student or to those who have painted and want to move to the next level. A supply list will be emailed upon registration. Students will be required to bring their own acrylic painting supplies. A supply list will be emailed to registered students.?Saturday April 7,  9am-4pm   $125 (deadline for sign up, April 1)

 



603-387-3463

Click for more info: www.jacksonartnh.com/event-registration/?ee=782

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April 7

Wild Corn Shindig

Black Mountain in Jackson

Granite Backcountry Alliance will host second annual Wild Corn Shindig. The event will feature a variety of events including speaker Body Leven, professional skier, music, gear demos, and more than 40 vendors. Gear demo takes place from 10 am - 5 pm. Main event takes place from 5 pm - 10 pm. Tickets can be purchased at www.skireg.com/wildcorn



Click for more info: www.granitebc.org

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April 7 , 8

8th Annual 24 Hours of Music

At Merrill Farm Inn and around the Mt. Washington Valley. A musical celebration of Mountain Top by its students, staff, faculty and friends. From 12 noon, April 7th to 12 noon April 8th. 



603-447-4737

Click for more info: www.mountaintopmusic.org/24hours

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April 7 , 8

8th Annual 24 Hours of Music

At Merrill Farm Inn and around the Mt. Washington Valley. A musical celebration of Mountain Top by its students, staff, faculty and friends. From 12 noon, April 7th to 12 noon April 8th. 



603-447-4737

Click for more info: www.mountaintopmusic.org/24hours

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April 9

Sense of Peace Yoga a FREE Community Yoga Class for People Living with Cancer

Sense of Peace Yoga a FREE Community Yoga Class for People Living with Cancer
 
The Second, Monday of Every Month, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
March 12th, April 9th, May 14th
Be Well Studios at the Local Grocer
with Daphne Miner LeMay, 200 RYT, Thai Bodywork, Reiki Master
 
Offering a safe and nurturing yoga class for people living with cancer by combining breathing, relaxation, meditation, and yoga poses. Yoga postures ask you to hold still and be aware of your body. Breathing and meditation can break down that distance from ourselves and bring us into close contact with our sensations and feelings.
 
Get in touch with your body, help relieve stress and have a good time in a supported group. Yoga can help you change your relationship to your cancer healing. Help manage depression, fear, and anxiety. Help manage physical pain. This class may restore some joint range of motion and help to allow you to focus on healing.
 
Please arrive in loose, comfortable clothing with your water bottle.

 



603-356-6068

Click for more info: www.bewellstudiosnh.com

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April 3 , 10 , 17 , 24

Open Mic Hoot Night

Wildcat Tavern

Open Mic with John Sarty from 8 - 11:30 pm. 



603-383-4245

Click for more info: sueh1987@gmail.com

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April 11

BOOKS & BREWS AT TUCKERMAN BREWING CO.

BOOKS & BREWS
Wednesday, April 11, 4-6 pm
Tuckerman Brewing Co., Conway, NH

We love books. We love beer. We love pairing books with beer! That's why we are so excited to be partnering with Tuckerman Brewing Co. to host our very first off-site Books & Brews!

Nichole and Laura will be there sharing 4-5 paperbacks ranging from hot new releases, sleepers, those books you missed and shouldn't have and more! And of course there will be Tuckerman's beer!

Tickets are $25 and includes a flight of beer, a tour of the brewery, one new paperback book and a $5 gift certificate towards your next book purchase from White Birch Books. To reserve your spot call the bookstore at 603.356.3200.

It’s a great way to “unplug”, enjoy a good book, a great beer and a refreshing conversation or two! So we will see you there!

 



603.356.3200

Click for more info: www.whitebirchbooks.com

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April 12

Comedian Juston McKinney

Fryeburg Academy Project Graduation presents comedian Juston McKinney at 7 pm at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. With multiple appearances on The Tonight Show, hosting his own Comedy Central specials, and consistently selling out theaters, New Hampshire's own Juston McKinney is at the top of his game! "The Granite State may have more comedians than you can shake a stick at (Seth Meyers, Sarah Silverman, and Adam Sandler, to name a few), but no one "gets" New Hampshire humor like Juston McKinney," (NH Magazine). Proceeds benefit the Fryeburg Academy Class of 2018 Project Graduation. $20 in Advance, $25 at the Door. Located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine. 



207-935-9232

Click for more info: www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac

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April 12

Met Opera Lecture Series

Joe De Vito presents his always entertainin and informative Opera Lecture Series at 3:00 pm at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. The lecture will focus on the Met Opera Live in HD's upcoming production, "Luisa Miller." 

Free Admission. Located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine. 



207-935-9232

Click for more info: www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac

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April 12

Dine to Donate

Shannon Door Pub

Join us for a variety of events presented by Leadership MWV. Help us raise money to aid career-minded students with the tools to reach their goals for success in the Mt. Washington Valley! 

The fun begins at 4 Pm! We will have awesome raffle prizes, live music, and a percentage of all food & beverage sales go to our program THRIVE MWV, which will provide financial stipends and career mentorship to youth seeking alternative paths to college.

Read more about our program by visiting https://mtwashingtonvalley.org/members/mwvcc-about/leadershipmwv.cfm




603-356-5701 x 300

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April 12

EcoForum: Advanced Automated Wood Heating of Homes and Commercial Buildings

Tin Mountain Conservation Center

Join Tin Mountain for it's Monthly EcoForum program on Thursday, April 12, 12-1pm. This month's program is:

No Fuel Like an Old Fuel: Advanced Automated Wood Heating of Homes and Commercial Buildings

Wood heat is as old as the hills, but the technology to burn it cleanly and efficiently has advanced dramatically in recent years. Speaker Charlie Niebling will talk about these advances, and how logwood, pellets and chips are being used to provide affordable renewable heat for Granite State homes, businesses and public buildings.

 



603-447-6991

Click for more info: www.tinmountain.org

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April 13

Abenaki Trail Restaurant & Pub. Retired & Senior Volunteer Program Fundraiser

Abenaki Trail Restaurant & Pub.

Friday, April 13, from 5 - 9:00 pm. Monies raised help fund mileage reimbursement for the Valley's Meals on Wheels and Medical Transportation Programs. Join us for a great cause and great food. Ticket drop table, quilt raffle, and 50-50 raffle will be awarded.



603-356-9331

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April 14

Low Impact Forest Management

Tin Mountain Conservation Center

Tin Mountain Conservation Center will present a forestry workshop, Low Impact Forest Management on Saturday, April 14, 9am-noon.

Consulting Forester Dan Stepanauskas will introduce us to the ins and outs of low impact forest management.  He will cover topics from the benefits for tree growth and wildlife, to soils and extreme weather events and how all of this affects long term forest economics. 

 



603-447-6991

Click for more info: www.tinmountain.org

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April 14

Met Opera Live in HD: Luisa Miller

The Met Opera Live in HD series presents "Luisa Miller" at 12:30 pm at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. Sonya Yoncheva sings the title role in the rarely performed Verdi gem—a heart-wrenching tragedy of fatherly love. Estimated run time - 3 hours, 40 minutes

$26-Adults, $23-Seniors, $18-Students (pre-order online at www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac, or call the box office at 207-935-9232). Tickets will also be available at the door when the lobby opens at 11:30 am. Located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine. 



207-935-9232

Click for more info: www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac

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April 7 , 14 , 21

Character Breakfasts at Theater in the Wood

Believe in Books Literacy Foundation presents Character Breakfasts.  Starting Saturday, March 3rd and running every Saturday until April 21st.  

Join us at the Theater in the Wood at 9:30 am each Saturday to meet some of your favorite Storybook Characters! Each week you can have a tasty pancake breakfast with a new group of friends enjoying our own 100 Acre Wood Maple Syrup! Fill youe plates, gather around the stage and enjoy a storybook reading and meet and greet to follow.  Plus you have use of the 100 Acre Wood Trail System for the entire day!

Scedule of Characters:

March 3rd: Cat in the Hat

March 10th: Winnie the Pooh & friends

March 17th: Snow White

March 24th: TBD

March 31st: Rabbit & Friends

April 7th: Alice in Wonderland

April 14th: The Little Mermaid

April 21st: Earth Day with Dr. Seuss' the Lorax

 

Breakfast is $7 per person



6033569980

Click for more info: www.believeinbooks.org/upcoming-events.html

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April 15

Cold River Radio Show

Cold River Radio Show live at Theater in the Woods.

Sunday, April 15, 7:00 pm

Theater in the Wood, Intervale, NH

Tickets are $25 on sale at White Birch Books.

Call 603-356-3200

 

The Cold River Radio Show is a quintessential old-time radio show featuring exclusively New England based artists, performers, authors and storytellers. Along with selling tickets at the store and we’ll be selling books at the show for Maine author James Hayman, who will be talking about his four books in the McCabe and Savage Thriller series.

 



603.356.3200

Click for more info: www.whitebirchbooks.com

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April 15

World Art Day

As a proud supporter of the arts, we encourage you to tour our eight custom pieces of art on World Art
Day. Pick up a free Settlers Green Art Guide and special print of Rebecca Klementovich’s, “Can We Talk,”
at Customer Service starting at 10 a.m., while supplies last!



(603) 356-7031

Click for more info: www.settlersgreen.com/events

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April 15

Spring Gala & Silent Art Auction

Inn at Thorn Hill, 40 Thorn Hill Rd. Jackson

Tickets are $20 each. Tickets can be purchased online at https://secure.actblue.com/donateartmovesmountains#

Event is held from 3:30 - 6 pm. Hors d'oeuvres & Cash Bar 



603-986-3576

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April 16

Patriots Day Celebration at Bretton Woods

Bretton Woods Ski Area

Join us for the final day of the 17-18 season with $17.76 tickets AND receive a return voucher to kick off the next season.



Click for more info: www.brettonwoods.com/specials/specials/offers

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April 16

Water Smart Gardening

Lunch and Learn - all about Water Smart Gardening -  

Betty Sanders, a Public Speaker, Garden Designer and Gardening Article Author, brought to the Mount Washington Valley by the Mountain Garden Club. The program will begin at 11 AM on April 16, at the Red Fox Grille on Route 16 in Jackson, NH.
While New England averages forty inches of rain annually, it doesn’t always come when needed. Whether your problem is too much water in the wrong place or getting the most from what water falls during a dry summer, good gardening techniques, a little planning and some new takes on old wisdom can make you a water-smart gardener.  Our speaker, Betty Sanders - a garden designer and public speaker - will help us to have thriving gardens even though rainfall may be uneven!

Betty Sanders has just finished her tenure as president of the Massachusetts Federation of Garden Clubs. She is a lifetime master gardener with the Massachusetts Gardeners Association and a nationally accredited flower show judge. Having studied gardening from the Arnold Arboretum, the NY Botanical Garden and the NE Wildflower Society, Betty is an expert speaker who will entertain us as well as inform.  ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED, and must be RECEIVED by April 6th. PRICE: $23 for members and $25 for non-members. Contact Cindy Katsapetses at (781) 710-6400 for reservations.

 



781-710-6400

Click for more info: www.mountaingardenclub.org

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April 17

Jackson Art Studio: In Full Bloom Sip & Paint

With Melanie Levitt

Class will start PROMPTLY at 6pm.  PLEASE ARRIVE  15-20 min. prior to class starting. Fun for the absolute beginner to the seasoned artist!  Spend an evening of creativity as you twist  open your favorite bottle of wine (BYOB for those 21 and over) and uncork your creativity.  Our instructor will guide you step by step- easy, stress free, & affordable! $45 all supplies included.  We will provide you with a smock, but please wear clothes you wouldn't mind getting paint on!

Cancellation Policy. We ask that you to give us one week notice if you need to cancel. You will receive a full refund minus $5 cancellation fee.  Cancellations should be made by phone by calling (603) 387-3463. This provides us the opportunity to fill the space.We are sorry, but we cannot give refunds or issue credits for ‘no shows’.

 



603 387 3463

Click for more info: www.jacksonartnh.com/event-registration/?ee=820

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April 3 , 10 , 17 , 24

Open Mic Hoot Night

Wildcat Tavern

Open Mic with John Sarty from 8 - 11:30 pm. 



603-383-4245

Click for more info: sueh1987@gmail.com

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April 19

Just Passing Through: a Field Guide to Spring Migration, Part I

Tin Mountain Conservation Center

Tin Mountain Conservation Center will present the first of a two part series on learning your spring birds on Thursday, April 19th at 7pm.

The program, Just Passing Through: a Field Guide to Spring Migration, will help us prepare for the upcoming warbler season in this two-night review of the common and not-so-common warblers of the Mount Washington Valley. All aspects of identification will be examined including field marks, song, and habitat.

 



603-447-6991

Click for more info: www.tinmountain.org

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April 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29

The Pillowman

With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.

"Energizing…a blindingly bright black comedy…” - NY Times

 

THE PILLOWMAN is presented April 19 – 29, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 

Enjoy food and beverages from or Culture Café during the performance.  The Café opens 45 minutes prior to the performance with light snacks, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer and liquors available.

 



(603) 733-5275

Click for more info: www.mdplayhouse.com

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April 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29

The Pillowman

With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.

"Energizing…a blindingly bright black comedy…” - NY Times

 

THE PILLOWMAN is presented April 19 – 29, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 

Enjoy food and beverages from or Culture Café during the performance.  The Café opens 45 minutes prior to the performance with light snacks, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer and liquors available.

 



(603) 733-5275

Click for more info: www.mdplayhouse.com

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April 20

Jackson Art Studio: Jar of Flowers Sip & Paint

With Lori Stearns

Class will start PROMPTLY at 6pm.  PLEASE ARRIVE  15-20 min. prior to class starting. Fun for the absolute beginner to the seasoned artist!  Spend an evening of creativity as you twist  open your favorite bottle of wine (BYOB for those 21 and over) and uncork your creativity.  Our instructor will guide you step by step- easy, stress free, & affordable! $45 all supplies included. We will provide you with a smock, but please wear clothes you wouldn't mind getting paint on!

Cancellation Policy. We ask that you to give us one week notice if you need to cancel. You will receive a full refund minus $5 cancellation fee.  Cancellations should be made by phone by calling (603) 387-3463. This provides us the opportunity to fill the space.We are sorry, but we cannot give refunds or issue credits for ‘no shows’.

 



603 387 3463

Click for more info: www.jacksonartnh.com/event-registration/?ee=816

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April 20

An Evening with The Local Grocer Celebrating Kathy Etter & Cafe Chimes

Local Grocer

An Evening with The Local Grocer 
Celebrating Kathy Etter & Cafe Chimes

Friday, April 20th, 6 PM – 8 PM

Fundraiser for Jen’s Friends

Join Us at the Local Grocer for a Delightful Evening Celebrating Kathy Etter the Author of the Famous Cookbook Cafe Chimes

Buffet Sampling of Your Favorite Cafe Chimes Recipes
New Offerings from the Local Grocer Cafe 
Wine & Beer Tasting
Share your favorite Kathy memories Learn more about Jen’s Friends.

Cafe Chimes is famous vegetarian cookbook written by Kathy Etter! It is a "Simply Delicious Vegetarian Cookery to Nurture Your Body & Soul."  

Healthful and enticing recipes to bring out the vegetarian in all of us! This long-awaited book contains over 225 recipes including the author's famous grain casseroles, salads, soups, desserts, and unique homemade breads & muffins. A delightful compendium of delicious recipes, illustrations, poetry, and a special tribute to the author from her friends.

The Cafe Chimes Cookbook is more than just a book of recipes. It is a very special book with an unusual story. Author Kathy Etter died unexpectedly while the cookbook project was underway. The task of completing the book was taken up by a dedicated group of colleagues and friends, and the book was brought successfully to fruition. The result is a warm and wonderful celebration of food and a cherished author's life.

"Creative cooking is all about transformation. If you mix the ingredients that are right in front of you with a little faith, you can become an exceptional cook." - Kathleen J. Etter

Buy Tickets Online: https://www.nhlocalgrocer.com/2018/04/an-evening-with-the-local-grocer-celebrating-kathy-etter-and-cafe-chimes/ 
OR 
Call The Local Grocer Front Desk at 603-356-6068

~ $30pp. $50/couple

Limited ticket availability



603-356-6068

Click for more info: www.nhlocalgrocer.com

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April 21

Max's Restaurant & Pub - Supper Club - Spring Fling

Max's Restaurant

Get a Group Together to Celebrate Spring at Max's Supper Club!

Reservations Start at 5:30 | Doors Open at 5:00

5 Course Dinner for $39 Per Person

Passed Appetizers

Soup or Salad

Sorbet

3 Entree Choices

Dessert

Limited Seating Reserve Now!

603-447-2818

 



603-447-2818

Click for more info: snowvillageinn.com/maxs-supper-club/

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April 21

Ducks & Donuts Spring Birding Trip

Fryeburg Academy parking lot

It’s time for Tin Mountain's annual birding trip along the Old Course of the Saco River through North Fryeburg. We will be in search of wood ducks, hooded mergansers, blue winged teals, and red wing blackbirds!  Dress warm and bring your binoculars or borrow ours.  Coffee and doughnuts provided! Cost: $5/person.

Interested in joining us? Ducks & Donuts is scheduled for Saturday, APril 21st at 9am.

Meet at the Fryeburg Academy parking lot near the gym at 9am



603-447-6991

Click for more info: www.tinmountain.org

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April 7 , 14 , 21

Character Breakfasts at Theater in the Wood

Believe in Books Literacy Foundation presents Character Breakfasts.  Starting Saturday, March 3rd and running every Saturday until April 21st.  

Join us at the Theater in the Wood at 9:30 am each Saturday to meet some of your favorite Storybook Characters! Each week you can have a tasty pancake breakfast with a new group of friends enjoying our own 100 Acre Wood Maple Syrup! Fill youe plates, gather around the stage and enjoy a storybook reading and meet and greet to follow.  Plus you have use of the 100 Acre Wood Trail System for the entire day!

Scedule of Characters:

March 3rd: Cat in the Hat

March 10th: Winnie the Pooh & friends

March 17th: Snow White

March 24th: TBD

March 31st: Rabbit & Friends

April 7th: Alice in Wonderland

April 14th: The Little Mermaid

April 21st: Earth Day with Dr. Seuss' the Lorax

 

Breakfast is $7 per person



6033569980

Click for more info: www.believeinbooks.org/upcoming-events.html

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April 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29

The Pillowman

With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.

"Energizing…a blindingly bright black comedy…” - NY Times

 

THE PILLOWMAN is presented April 19 – 29, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 

Enjoy food and beverages from or Culture Café during the performance.  The Café opens 45 minutes prior to the performance with light snacks, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer and liquors available.

 



(603) 733-5275

Click for more info: www.mdplayhouse.com

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April 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29

The Pillowman

With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.

"Energizing…a blindingly bright black comedy…” - NY Times

 

THE PILLOWMAN is presented April 19 – 29, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 

Enjoy food and beverages from or Culture Café during the performance.  The Café opens 45 minutes prior to the performance with light snacks, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer and liquors available.

 



(603) 733-5275

Click for more info: www.mdplayhouse.com

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April 22

Earth Day Funergy Festival

North Conway Community Center

Earth Day Funergy Festival

Sunday, April 22nd 10am-1pm 

North Conway Community Center

More details to follow 



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April 3 , 10 , 17 , 24

Open Mic Hoot Night

Wildcat Tavern

Open Mic with John Sarty from 8 - 11:30 pm. 



603-383-4245

Click for more info: sueh1987@gmail.com

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April 26

Jackson Art Studio: Sunflower Sip & Paint

With Lori Stearns

Class will start PROMPTLY at 6pm.  PLEASE ARRIVE  15-20 min. prior to class starting. Fun for the absolute beginner to the seasoned artist!  Spend an evening of creativity as you twist  open your favorite bottle of wine (BYOB for those 21 and over) and uncork your creativity.  Our instructor will guide you step by step- easy, stress free, & affordable! $45 all supplies included. (this class requires a tracing) We will provide you with a smock, but please wear clothes you wouldn't mind getting paint on!

Cancellation Policy. We ask that you to give us one week notice if you need to cancel. You will receive a full refund minus $5 cancellation fee.  Cancellations should be made by phone by calling (603) 387-3463. This provides us the opportunity to fill the space.We are sorry, but we cannot give refunds or issue credits for ‘no shows’.

 



603 387 3463

Click for more info: www.jacksonartnh.com/event-registration/?ee=817

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April 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29

The Pillowman

With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.

"Energizing…a blindingly bright black comedy…” - NY Times

 

THE PILLOWMAN is presented April 19 – 29, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 

Enjoy food and beverages from or Culture Café during the performance.  The Café opens 45 minutes prior to the performance with light snacks, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer and liquors available.

 



(603) 733-5275

Click for more info: www.mdplayhouse.com

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April 26

Met Opera Lecture Series

Joe De Vito presents his always entertaining and informative Opera Lecture Series at 3:00 pm at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. The lecture will focus on the Met Opera Live in HD's upcoming production, "Cendrillon." 

Free Admission. Located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine. 



207-935-9232

Click for more info: www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac

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April 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29

The Pillowman

With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.

"Energizing…a blindingly bright black comedy…” - NY Times

 

THE PILLOWMAN is presented April 19 – 29, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 

Enjoy food and beverages from or Culture Café during the performance.  The Café opens 45 minutes prior to the performance with light snacks, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer and liquors available.

 



(603) 733-5275

Click for more info: www.mdplayhouse.com

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April 27

Bradley Backstage: Mr. Gus & Blue Bus

Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center

Hop on the bus, Gus! Award-winning honky-tonk bluesman Erik Ray Gustafson (aka Mr. Gus) is teaming up with local folk/rock/bluegrass/reggae/funk band Blue Bus for a very special Bradley Backstage show at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center at 7:30 pm. Blue Bus, who get their name from their rehearsal space on a remodeled blue bus, will recreate an "evening on the bus" in the LHE/PAC's alternative performing space. Over the last 30 years as a professional musician, "Mr. Gus" has established himself as somewhat of a musical anomaly. He plays the guitar, mandolin, harmonica, cajon, hi-hat, upright bass, and accordion—mostly simultaneously. Although he usually advertises his music as honky-tonk blues, it really encompasses many more genres including old country, 1960s rock, jump and swing, jazz, folk, and polka. Bradley Backstage concerts "flip" the theater and seat the audience on stage with the performers, creating a much more intimate and unforgettable live concert experience. Ticket proceeds will benefit the Fryeburg Academy Music Department. 

$15-Adults, $5-Students. Order online at www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac, or call the box office at 207-935-9232. The LHE/PAC is located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine. 

 



207-935-9232

Click for more info: www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac

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April 28

2nd Annual Waldorf Forest 5k Family Fun Trail Run/Walk

Tin Mountain Conservation Center

April 28th, 2018, is the date for the White Mountain Waldorf School's 2nd Annual 5k Family Fun Trail Run/Walk! It promises to be another great day; different course that will be flatter, a health and wellness tent, great snacks and prizes! You can enter as a runner, walker, single or family. We'll see you there! Register today at www.runreg.com...happy trails!



(603)447-3168

Click for more info: https://business.facebook.com/events/331612763913400/

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April 28

2nd Annual Waldorf Forest 5k Family Fun Trail Run/Walk

Tin Mountain Conservation Center

April 28th, 2018, is the date for the White Mountain Waldorf School's 2nd Annual 5k Family Fun Trail Run/Walk! The run begins at 10AM at our 75 acre campus in Albany. It promises to be another great day; different course that will be flatter, a health and wellness tent, great snacks and prizes! You can enter as a runner, walker, single or family. We'll see you there! Register today at www.runreg.com...happy trails!



(603)447-3168

Click for more info: https://business.facebook.com/events/331612763913400/

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April 28

Story Time & Activities for Kids at the North Conway Library

North Conway Library

“Natural World Storytime”

Learn about the natural world with themed activities and books

Looking for a new way to share the natural world with your child? The North Conway Library will be presenting a monthly, hour-long story time & activities program through the spring for children of all ages, focused on learning about nature through crafts, activities and books.

Alice Puccio, education coordinator at AMC in Pinkham Notch, is leading the program, which will be held on Saturday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m. in the library’s children’s room on 2719 Main St. in North Conway Village.

Alice has worked in education for the past eight years, primarily with nonprofits that connect kids and families to the outdoors.

The programs take place on the last Saturday of each month and are free and open for residents & visitors. They are most appropriate for children ages 4 and older; children must be accompanied by an adult. Call (603) 356-2961 or check NorthConwayLibrary.com for more information.

Saturday, April 28: “Birds” with activities including bird coloring pages, making pine cone bird feeders and a walk to look for birds.

 



6033562961

Click for more info: www.NorthConwayLibrary.com

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April 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29

The Pillowman

With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.

"Energizing…a blindingly bright black comedy…” - NY Times

 

THE PILLOWMAN is presented April 19 – 29, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 

Enjoy food and beverages from or Culture Café during the performance.  The Café opens 45 minutes prior to the performance with light snacks, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer and liquors available.

 



(603) 733-5275

Click for more info: www.mdplayhouse.com

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April 28

Met Opera Live in HD: Cendrillon

The Met Opera Live in HD presents "Cendrillon" at 1:00 pm at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. "Glorious," raved the New York Times when Joyce DiDonato sang the title role of Cendrillon at the Royal Opera in 2011. Now, for the firs ttime ever, Massenet's sumptuous take on the Cinderella story comes to the Met, with DiDonato starring in the title role. Bertrand de Billy conducts Laurent Pelly's imaginative storybook production. Estimated run time - 2 hours, 50 minutes

$26-Adults, $23-Seniors, $18-Students (pre-order online at www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac, or call the box office at 207-935-9232). Tickets will also be available at the door on the day of the show when the lobby opens at 12:00 pm. Located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine. 



207-935-9232

Click for more info: www.fryeburgacademy.org/pac

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April 28

Jackson Art Studio: Open Paint Day

With Lori Stearns

We will start PROMPTLY at 1pm.  PLEASE ARRIVE  15-20 min. to get your seat and supplies!  Is there a painting we’ve done in the past that you’ve been waiting to come around again? Or have you had a painting idea of your own floating around in your head but don’t want to invest in supplies? Open paint day is for you! During open paint day, we will provide space and supplies for you to create a painting of your choice! This is a mainly self-guided workshop where one of our trained artists will be around to help with composition, color mixing, ect. Come with your own ideas, inspiration, print-outs or create something more spontaneous! It’s all up to you!

Cost is  $35 for kids & adults. Kids 6-13 need to attend with a registered adult.  Advanced registration required.  Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of class to get seated!

We will provide you with a smock, but please wear clothes you wouldn't mind getting paint on!

Cancellation Policy. We ask that you to give us one week notice if you need to cancel. You will receive a full refund minus $5 cancellation fee.  Cancellations should be made by phone by calling (603) 387-3463. This provides us the opportunity to fill the space.We are sorry, but we cannot give refunds or issue credits for ‘no shows’.

 



603 387 3463

Click for more info: www.jacksonartnh.com/event-registration/?ee=819

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April 28

Independent Bookstore Day

Independent Bookstore Day
Saturday, April 28th
Join the Party on April 28th for the 4th Annual Independent Bookstore Day!

White Birch Books will be celebrating all day with lots of great giveaways, morning story time, kids activities, local authors, staff favorites AND more. We will also offer exclusive day-of merchandise created especially for Independent Bookstore Day by major publishers and authors. 
 
Independent bookstores are not just stores, they’re community centers and local anchors run by passionate readers. They are entire universes of ideas that contain the possibility of real serendipity.

So we encourage you to come join the party, show your community support and shop local!

 



603.356.3200

Click for more info: www.whitebirchbooks.com

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April 28

Entrain

After a few year's hiatus, Valley favorite Entrain will be back to perform at the Theater in the Wood!! A Funky-World-Jam-Ska-Reggae-Rock Stew With Enough Drums to Sink a Battleship!

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts at 7:30 PM
Tickets: $18/advance, $25/door,
Children 3 & Under FREE

Tickets will be on sale soon, check back often for updates!



6033569980

Click for more info: www.believeinbooks.org/upcoming-events.html

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April 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29

The Pillowman

With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.

"Energizing…a blindingly bright black comedy…” - NY Times

 

THE PILLOWMAN is presented April 19 – 29, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM with Sunday matinees at 4:00 PM at M&D Playhouse, Willow Common, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway. 

 

To reserve seats please visit our website at www.mdplayhouse.com or call (603) 733-5275.

 

Enjoy food and beverages from or Culture Café during the performance.  The Café opens 45 minutes prior to the performance with light snacks, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer and liquors available.

 



(603) 733-5275

Click for more info: www.mdplayhouse.com

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