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Homeyer: Fall pruning

11-01-2023 2:15 PM

By HENRY HOMEYER

I asked an experienced arborist the other day what he thought about pruning apple trees in the fall. His answer was the same as mine: “Prune when you have time and the pruners in your hand.” Yes, March is a good time to prune, but I suspect that...


‘mindFUL’ exhibit highlights mental health

10-31-2023 3:00 PM

The New Hampshire Art Association is pleased to announce the opening of “mindFUL,” at the State St Gallery.Concord-area artist Yasamin Safarzaden curates the much-anticipated 24th annual Joan L. Dunfey Open Juried Exhibition, titled “mindFUL,” at the...


Things to see and do

10-31-2023 2:00 PM

First Fall Gala What: Avaloch Farm Music Institute will host its inaugural Fall Gala which includes dinner, drinks, a silent auction and concert in the new barn with performances by Artistic Directors’ Ashley Bathgate and Jessica Tong alongside...


Gallery stroll in New London

10-31-2023 1:00 PM

The Center for the Arts invites you to immerse yourself in an extensive and varied collection of talented area artists at the Gallery Stroll event on Nov. 3, from 5 to 7 p.m.Six New London locations will open their doors, offering a unique and...


10-27-2023 7:38 PM

By HENRY HOMEYER

I’ve been planting bulbs around my property for at least 40 years, and some of them are still flowering each spring. I even have daffodils I brought up from my childhood home in Connecticut that might be 70 years old or more. Others run out of energy...


‘Ghost Light’ Haunted Attraction takes over Jean's Playhouse

10-24-2023 4:00 PM

A slightly odd and eccentric museum curator, named Sylus Harrington, pens an invitation that reads, “You are cordially invited to join us for a tour of the abandoned and dilapidated Playhouse, known as the Papermill Theatre, named after the Paper Mill...


Things to see and do

10-24-2023 4:00 PM

‘Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play’What:Murder, love, and other trademarks of Alfred Hitchcock come to life in the style of a 1940s radio broadcast of the master of suspense’s earlier films. It’s a triple feature, complete with vintage commercials,...


Connecting Through Craft: A Collaborative Exhibition featuring the NH Furniture Masters and League of NH Craftsmen

10-24-2023 3:00 PM

“Connecting Through Craft” is on display through Dec. 14 at the League of NH Craftsmen Headquarters Gallery, 49 S. Main Street, in Concord.The works on display in the exhibition were created during a unique partnership, which paired 14 NH Furniture...


‘We Care’ of Temple B’nai Israel announces the return of The Jersey Tenors

10-24-2023 2:00 PM

We Care of Temple B’nai Israel is excited to announce the return of The Jersey Tenors, on Saturday evening, Oct. 28 in an all-new show being performed for the first time in New Hampshire. The Jersey Tenors will be featuring the music from Hollywood...


Dandelion Hill, Pt. 3: Determining the winner of the land-tending contest

10-21-2023 4:00 PM

By PARKER POTTER

In the last year of the contest, Eartha paid particularly close attention to the land she had given Abel, Beau, and Carson.Abel was long gone from his land. After he ran out of money, he had left the area to take a job to support himself. When he...


Homeyer: Tips for growing great garlic

10-20-2023 5:00 PM

If you lean toward laziness (or have kids, dogs, and a job), growing garlic may be just the ticket. It is the easiest of all vegetables to grow. Once planted and mulched, it requires little or no work until harvest. A good harvest is guaranteed if you...


Hatbox Theatre presents ‘Lizzie’

10-17-2023 4:00 PM

Rage! Betrayal! Bloody murder! Dive In Productions is thrilled to bring the punk rock opera “Lizzie” to the Hatbox Theatre. “Lizzie” takes audiences back to the heat of late summer 1892 when Andrew Borden and his wife were found murdered in their...


10-17-2023 3:00 PM

Fall Fiddle Festival What: Fiddlers from the Scottish, Irish, and New England traditions will join forces in Concord, for the Fall Fiddle Festival. The Fiddle Festival is open to teens and adults and includes workshops on a variety of topics at the...


The Children’s Theatre Project at the Community Players of Concord, NH presents the much loved “Finding Nemo, Jr.” based on the 2003 Disney / Pixar film “Finding Nemo” at the Concord City Auditorium.

10-17-2023 2:00 PM

The Children’s Theatre Project of the Community Players of Concord will be presenting the musical “Finding Nemo, Jr.” on Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. and Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. Based on the much-loved 2003 Disney/Pixar film “Finding Nemo,” this 60-minute musical...


Audubon hosts Enchanted Forest

10-17-2023 12:00 PM

At the Enchanted Forest, find out why the bat laughs at the flying squirrel, the truth about butterflies and fire, and why the hermit thrush has such a beautiful song. Learn about endangered species in New Hampshire and how we’re helping protect...


Dandelion Hill, Part 2: Plans for the land take shape

10-14-2023 5:00 PM

By PARKER POTTER

Able was the first of Eartha’s young relatives to really get going. He began by cutting down most of the trees on his land. He cut down pine trees and spruces, beech trees and birches, oak trees and maples. He cut down trees that gave shade to the...


Seeds – Venturing Forth

10-14-2023 9:00 AM

The days are getting shorter, nights are cooler – yes fall is in the air and so are seeds. Many plants release their seeds in autumn and some of those packages of future life travel to new locations on the wind. It is ideal for seeds to sprout away...


Backstage Pass: Hopkinton musician nominated for New England Music Awards

10-13-2023 5:30 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

From his earliest memories, Brad Myrick has been immersed in music. His journey began by singing with his mother to tunes on the radio, and by the age of six, he was already tinkering with the piano. It didn’t stop there; he picked up the guitar in...


Homeyer: Putting the garden to bed

10-13-2023 5:00 PM

By HENRY HOMEYER

To me, this felt like the summer that never was. It was rarely hot and sunny. The rainy gray days felt more like those in Portland, Ore., than in New England. Even so, our summer is largely over; it’s time to clean up and prepare for winter. Let’s...


New Hampshire artists featured in Light-themed Exhibition

10-11-2023 11:00 AM

In “Light and Dark III,” NH Art Association member artists showcase their artistic prowess using a spectrum of black and white, grayscale, high contrast, macabre, and spooky elements. The exhibition mirrors the shifting balance of daylight and...



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