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February 19, 2017

- 12 Events

Ariana Grande

7:30 PM - Manchester

ON SALE Saturday, September 24 @ 10am

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Tanger Outlets Presidents Day Weekend Sale

9:00 AM - Tilton

Find extra winter savings during Tanger's Presidents Day Sale, February 17th – 20th. Shop your favorite brand name outlet stores! Visit www.tangeroutlet.com/deals for the latest sales information!

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Winter Carnival

10:00 AM - North Conway

Presidents Week sales and special apres ski shopping events throughout the week, capped off with our final Friday Night Lights, where we'll feature a free outdoor movie!

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Yoga at the Winery with NH Power Yoga

11:00 AM - Amherst

Yoga at LaBelle Winery - connecting your mind, body & soul in a beautiful environment! Join us for Yoga at LaBelle Winery with our partner, NH Power Yoga, and feel enriched as you move, balance, stretch and relax. The class is suited for all levels. Please bring your yoga mat and a water bottle for hydration and arrive 15 minutes before class to find your spot and settle in. After class join us for a wine tasting and/or dine in The Bistro at LaBelle Winery. Note: If you are currently enrolled as a NH Power Yoga student with an UNLIMITED membership, there is no charge to take a yoga class in this series, but please do register below under the appropriate category.

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Read-Aloud, Sing-Along with Steve and Marty

5:00 PM - Lincoln

Children’s Music Concert with Book Read-Alouds! Join us at 5 p.m. for a pizza dinner in the lobby, followed by a 60-minute show with award-winning children’s musician Steve Blunt and author-illustrator Marty Kelley. A celebration of childhood themes, featuring original kids’ music and story-telling. Sing-along, move-around, laugh-a-lot fun! Tickets are $8 and include pizza. Check out their websites for more information on award-winning children’s musician Steve Blunt at www.steveblunt.com and author & illustrator Marty Kelley at www.martykelley.com!

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Winter Farmers Market

10:00 AM - Amherst

We are not your average farmers market – we offer a vast array of locally grown and produced items from vendors that are members of your community. We feature only NH farmer, vendors and small businesses. Please visit us every Sunday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Amherst Garden Center 305 State Route 101 in Amherst, N.H. Check us out on Facebook at facebook.com/AmherstOpenAirMarket or online at AmherstOpenAirMarket.com.

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Everything Old Is New Again

8:00 PM - Portsmouth

Everything Old is New Again Saturday, February 18 - 8 pm Sunday, February 19 - 2 pm All tickets $25 Master storytellers Pat Spalding and Genevieve Aichele team up for an evening of traditional tales and personal stories that will move you from tears to wonder to laughter and back again. Long before The Moth and This American Life popularized the form, Pat Spalding has been performing personal stories. Her popular one-woman shows include We Stayed Together for the Puppets, A Bomb in the Closet, Dancing with Dad and Motherhood, Menopause, and Big-Game Hunting. Pat is also well-known locally as a majorette for the Leftist Marching Band and emcee of True Tales Live at PPMTV. Genevieve Aichele has won numerous national and international awards for her storytelling work with musician Randy Armstrong and their two albums of World Tales. Along with her work as artistic director of New hampshire Theatre Project, she has She has performed, directed and taught theatre arts from Boston to Seattle to West Palm Beach, from Dublin to Hong Kong to Frankfurt.

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Alice in Wonderland Tea Party

2:00 PM - Concord

Teatime in an elegant Victorian manor? What a perfect way to celebrate your Unbirthday! Enjoy delightful refreshments, storytelling, crafts, whimsical art installations and all manner of madness! Costumes Encouraged. Hot cocoa will be optional February & March. Assortment of flavored tea and refreshments. Pre-registration is required. Children must be accompanied by a participating adult. For more information visit: www.kimballjenkins.com/upcomingevents

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Maple Sugar Shack

11:00 AM - Intervale

If there is steam rolling out of the Sugar Shack, you are welcome to step inside for a firsthand look of the historic and innovative process of turning sap into maple syrup. Stop in, learn more about one of Mother Nature’s sweetest and healthiest offerings and taste a sample.

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A Two-Piano Recital: Hsiang Tu and Paul Dykstra

3:00 PM - Durham

Durham- The University of New Hampshire Department of Music Faculty Concert Series presents a two-piano recital by Paul Dykstra and UNH Faculty Hsiang Tu. This recital will mark the first collaboration between pianists Paul Dykstra and Hsiang Tu. They will present two masterpieces of perennial favorites in the two-piano repertory: Brahms Sonata, Op. 34b, and Rachmaninoff Suite No. 2, Op. 17. This demanding and exciting program requires a high level of technical execution and artistic collaboration and is an event not to be missed!

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Meat Raffle BINGO

5:00 PM - New Durham

Join us for a fun evening out with a chance to win some food to stock your fridge and other prizes! 20 Meat Raffle Games plus other raffles and concession food available. All proceeds benefit the New Durham Charitable Fund which raises funds and provides support to New Durham residents who are experiencing catastrophic and unexpected events in their life that can not be met by another source. If you would like to donate a raffle item or become more involved with the Charitable Fund, please contact newdurhamcharitablefund@gmail.com

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Funnnelator & Winter Festival

2:00 PM - Hopkinton

Funnnelator & Winter Festival, Sunday February 19 from 2 -4 PM at Houston Park in Hopkinton

Activities include:
Build & Launch Funnelator Competition (snowball slingshot)
Snow Sculpting Competition
Self Guided Snowshoeing
Library Games
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt
& Free Hot Chocolate and snacks by the bonfire
Visit out website for more information.

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February 20, 2017

- 4 Events

Tanger Outlets Presidents Day Weekend Sale

9:00 AM - Tilton

Find extra winter savings during Tanger's Presidents Day Sale, February 17th – 20th. Shop your favorite brand name outlet stores! Visit www.tangeroutlet.com/deals for the latest sales information!

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Winter Carnival

10:00 AM - North Conway

Presidents Week sales and special apres ski shopping events throughout the week, capped off with our final Friday Night Lights, where we'll feature a free outdoor movie!

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The History of Skiing by John Allen

7:00 PM - Waterville Valley

Join the Margret & H.A. Rey Center in welcoming ski historian John Allen. John Allen is Professor Emeritus of History at Plymouth State University, he was awarded the International Skiing History Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009. He serves as historian for the New England Ski Museum in Franconia, and is the author of several books, including From Skisport to Skiing: One Hundred Years of an American Sport, The Culture and Sport of Skiing from Antiquity to World War II, and A Historical Dictionary of Skiing. Allen has served as a consultant to several ski history documentary films.

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The Margret & H.A. Rey Center 2017 Annual Gala

6:00 PM - Waterville Valley

The Margret & H.A. Rey Center 2017 Annual Gala. Live and Silent Auction. Dinner and dancing to the sounds of The Big Bedford Band.

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February 21, 2017

- 2 Events

Olga Vocal Ensemble

7:00 PM - Plymouth

Olga is a young a cappella singing group that approaches old traditions in a fresh way, combining enthusiasm, humor, and drama with genuine vocal clarity to enrapture both young and old. Their repertoire covers more than five centuries of musical joy, and the ensemble is already known for their unique programs, in which moving classical music comes together with popular repertoire. They can sing a Medieval Icelandic drinking songs and follow it with a Top 40 hit. The ensemble, which includes Dutch, Icelandic and Russian members, was founded in 2012 at the Utrecht Conservatory in the Netherlands while the members of the group were students. Since then they have toured internationally and recently released their first recording which includes music from the Netherlands, Iceland, Russia, Scotland, and America.

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Winter Carnival

10:00 AM - North Conway

Presidents Week sales and special apres ski shopping events throughout the week, capped off with our final Friday Night Lights, where we'll feature a free outdoor movie!

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February 22, 2017

- 3 Events

Winter Carnival

10:00 AM - North Conway

Presidents Week sales and special apres ski shopping events throughout the week, capped off with our final Friday Night Lights, where we'll feature a free outdoor movie!

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Writing Hard Stories, with memoirist Melanie Brooks

5:30 PM - Concord

Acclaimed memoirists describe the process of writing their most painful memories, in Writing Hard Stories: Celebrated Memoirists Who Shaped Art From Trauma, presented by Melanie Brooks! Bring your notebooks and pens (or a laptop), as Melanie will also be presenting a mini-workshop on memoir writing!

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Art Meets Science: Climate Change and Atmosphere

5:30 PM - Plymouth

Come see and hear how artists and scientists are observing and expressing climate change and its impact. Colorado artist Fawn Atencio will share her approach to incorporating climate issues in her art, while PSU Research Scientist Eric Kelsey will talk about his current work on tracking climate change impact on Mt. Washington. Programming at the MWM is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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February 23, 2017

- 3 Events

Winter Carnival

10:00 AM - North Conway

Presidents Week sales and special apres ski shopping events throughout the week, capped off with our final Friday Night Lights, where we'll feature a free outdoor movie!

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Spidey - MAKE BELIEVE: Magic of Your Mind

7:30 PM - Lincoln

North America’s very own International TV Magician/Mentalist, SPIDEY, officially announces his new magic/mentalism show, MAKE BELIEVE – Magic of your Mind. He performs 200 days a year in over 40 US states and 8 Canadian provinces and has finally launched MAKE BELIEVE for theatres across North America for the upcoming season. Spidey brings a mind-blowing and hilarious magical performance. He’ll freak you out with his eerie mental demonstrations bordering on the supernatural! This is not your typical mind-numbing magic act. You will see and feel things you never thought possible and will want to tell everyone you know. Fans have come to love his TV performances and we are happy to say that you’ll see many of them on the MAKE BELIEVE stage! View the show preview at https://vimeo.com/161219170.

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Karaoke at the Biergarten

7:00 PM - Merrimack

Join us for Karaoke every Thursday at the Biergarten!

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February 24, 2017

- 11 Events

Date Night in the Pottery Studio

6:00 PM - Manchester

Everything for a couple is included with the listed price (materials, tools, instruction, etc.). We will guide you through a basic pottery lesson and then you will be set free on the wheel to make your own creations! Even though we call it a "Date Night", it is not exclusive to couples. Friends, parents and older children, and anyone who wants to do this together is welcome to join. Each person gets their own wheel. Date nights are offered from 6-7:30 or from 7:30-9PM on Friday and Saturday. Pick your day, pick your time, and have fun! The piece you make will be available for pick up four-five weeks after your date.

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Winter Carnival

10:00 AM - North Conway

Presidents Week sales and special apres ski shopping events throughout the week, capped off with our final Friday Night Lights, where we'll feature a free outdoor movie!

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Friday Night Lights at Settlers Green

3:00 PM - North Conway

In-bound for your winter getaway? Your first stop should be Settlers Green! Free hot chocolate and weekly raffles. Select stores will have events and discounts. Plus, purchase discounted area ski tickets!

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Sleigh Ride Cabaret

6:00 PM - Candia

A Cabaret is defined by Webster as a place where adults go to eat and drink while enjoying live entertainment. We thought how fun would it be to do a Sleigh Ride Cabaret on Friday nights around a cozy bonfire serving chili and listening to live acoustic performers campfire side. This winter come unwind on Friday evenings and experience our Sleigh Ride Cabaret. Horse-Drawn Ride Holiday Lights Live Music Bonfire Homemade Chili with Cornbread Hot Cocoa Marshmallows for Toasting

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Free Outdoor Movie: Frozen

5:00 PM - North Conway

It's the season finale of our Friday Night Lights Shopping Series! To celebrate, we'll be showing Disney's Frozen on our giant outdoor movie screen and raffling off a Grand Prize of a free getaway to North Conway for a future visit! The Grand Prize includes a two-night stay at the Eagle Mountain House (up to 4 people) including breakfast, a $100 Shopping Spree to Settlers Green and lunch for two at Black Cap Grille! Enter to win the Grand Prize from 3-5 p.m. at Customer Service or at the movie from 5-5:30 p.m. Frozen will begin at approximately 5:30 p.m. (as soon as its dark enough). Location will be in the Courtyard at Settlers Green, stay tuned for exact location as event approaches. There will be free hand warmers for the first 100 guests!

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Marshall Tucker Band

7:30 PM - Plymouth

The Marshall Tucker Band is definitely one of the KINGS of Southern Rock. Take the Highway, Can’t You See, Heard It In A Love Song, Fire On The Mountain, This Ol’ Cowboy, 24 Hrs. At A Time, Searchin’ For A Rainbow....we could keep going but we believe you get the point. We strongly suggest you get your tickets right away, as they sell out in advance every time they come to the Monkey stage.

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Music in Bass Hall: Afro-Cuban Music with Los Sugar Kings

7:30 PM - Peterborough

Music in Bass Hall is excited to present Los Sugar Kings, a Boston-based quartet known for their dynamic live performances, rich harmonies, intense musicianship and ability to transcend genres with an authenticity rarely heard. In their world, respect is paid to the forefathers and traditions of Afro-Cuban Son, Salsa and Rumba-Flamenca but Los Sugar Kings (named after a Cuban baseball team) also actively draw on influences from nearly every continent in their unique roots-rock-reggae fusion repertoire. All are highly accomplished on their instruments, however the true magic of Los Sugar Kings is how these four individuals come together to put on a performance worthy of any festival, party, club or concert hall. Every show is an intimate dialogue between the band and their audience, with both sides communicating in a manner that is spontaneous, passionate, thoughtful and joyous.

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Family Fun Night: Pizza Party with the Painted Turtle

6:30 PM - Manchester

Take Friday night off and drive away the winter blues with a pizza party at the Fishways! After dinner and some turtle-y crafts, our very own painted turtles will make an appearance for a fun presentation. Family Fun Nights are for all ages and focus on Merrimack River ecology. Engaging facts and stories are followed by group activities and open crafts.

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Secrets, Scalawags & Spirits of the Isles of Shoals

4:00 PM - Portsmouth

Tales of pirates, ethereal maidens and elusive ghost ships have long graced the Isles of Shoals with an aura of mystery, romance and a touch of the macabre. Poet Celia Thaxter chronicled these tales in her classically 19th century style which greatly enhanced these stories and thus, the allure of these captivating islands. Presented here are nearly factual and highly imaginative versions of the Shoals most infamous legends, along with Celia’s little-known ghostly protest poem. Fact or fancy, lore or legend – you be the judge. Ann Beattie Ann is an educator with a fascination for the Isles of Shoals and its rich history. She combs through historical records, salt cod recipes, and journals of Shoalers in an effort to capture and revive the unique stories that bring Shoals history to life. Ann is a former president of the Isles of Shoals Historical and Research Association, leads tours of the Shoals and hosts history programs on Star Island. Wendy Lull Wendy has been at the helm of the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH since it opened in 1992. A former president of the Portsmouth Athenaeum and Board member of the New England Museum Association, Wendy been recognized among the Outstanding Women in Business by New Hampshire Magazine Business Review and among New Hampshire’s Women of Distinction by New Hampshire Magazine. This event is free and open to the public – registration required.

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Featured Event: Contemporary at the Currier

7:00 PM - Manchester

We're looking forward to seeing you as we celebrate our two new contemporary art exhibitions, Deep Cuts: Contemporary Paper Cutting and Soo Sunny Park: BioLath. It’s your chance to mingle with the artists in the exhibitions, enjoy music, great food and drinks and make something creative. Admission is $20 in advance or $25 at the door and includes a complimentary cocktail. Tapas and a full range of drinks will be available for purchase.

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Music in Bass Hall presents Ameranouche

7:30 PM - Peterborough

The award winning Ameranouche (pronounced uh-Mare-uh-noosh) plays a passionate style of music they call “Gypsy Flamenco Swing.” They are veterans of the Newport Jazz Festival, Djangofest Northwest, Muzikfest Bethlehem, PA and the National Press Club. The name is derived from two words: American and Manouche, the gypsy tribe of guitarist Django Reinhardt. The rip-roaring ensemble is a super force of hot acoustic Gypsy inspired music mixing Flamenco, Bebop and Jazz swing influences. Played on traditional French jazz guitars, the music is rhythmic, vigorous, and elegant. Whether they’re playing a musette waltz from 1930 or an Andalusian inspired original tune, Ameranouche’s Gypsy Flamenco Swing style is a fresh and highly enjoyable new sound for the 21st century. Gypsy Flamenco Swing is about coming together and celebrating our shared humanity. Ameranouche is committed to connecting deeply with its audience and sharing joy and peace through its live shows and recorded albums.

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February 25, 2017

- 20 Events

Hearth-Cooking Workshops at Strawbery Banke

11:00 AM - Portsmouth

Strawbery Banke offers special hearth-cooking experiences in the 18th century Wheelwright House. The two-hour, hands-on workshops teach participants open-hearth cooking skills as they make and enjoy a traditional menu, served on redware pottery in the house dining room. Advance registration required

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La Traviata

7:00 PM - Derry

Join us at the Stockbridge Theatre for this classic Opera! The setting takes place in Paris. A party is being given at the house of the city’s most beautiful and adored courtesan, Violetta Valéry. She greets her guests, among them Flora Bervoix, the Marquis D’Obigny, Baron Douphol and Doctor Grenvil. Gastone introduces Alfredo Germont to Violetta, and the young man tells Violetta that he admires her and thinks of her constantly. Gastone proposes a toast, and Alfredo responds with a drinking song. When the guests move into the ballroom to dance, Violetta feels indisposed and begs her guests to go on without her. Alfredo remains behind and declares how much he loves her. She tells him she can only offer friendship. She gives him a flower, asking him to return when it has faded. Alone, she thinks about Alfredo, but resolves to enjoy herself and her whirlwind lifestyle.

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Family Clay Workshops

1:30 PM - Manchester

NOTE: This is not a wheel-throwing class. If you are interested in wheel throwing with your child, please reserve a spot in our “Family Pottery Workshop” (every first Saturday from 12-1) or the “Try it! Clay Workshop from 3-6” (every Saturday). Wheel throwing tends to be more appropriate for kids 9+ Come in Saturday afternoon 1:30-2:30 with your kid (or a couple of kids) to share the magic of clay together. You will each get to hand-sculpt a clay project from scratch. Kids of all ages are welcome, but if your child is 5 or under, you may spend a bulk of the workshop helping your child sculpt their piece. There is no defined lesson plan, as clay leaves a lot of room for creativity! No worries if you don’t know what to make. If you are stumped, the teacher will have projects to suggest. If you know what you want to make, the teacher will help guide you. Leave your creations with us to fire and we will let you know when they are ready to pick up. Please allow 3-4 weeks for completion. The first parent and child pair is $30. For each additional parent or child it is $10. The class is open to younger children that would not normally take a class alone (ages 4-6), but parents accompanying these ages should be prepared to work mostly with their child to make a project together. Parents of older children (7-14) can make their own pieces. Price includes all materials, instruction, and finishing of work. Pre-registration is encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome if there is room in the workshop. Sample projects: Mini-Coil Bud vases Crazy Creature Box Slab built Mugs Pinch Pot Bowls Coil Bowls A tunnel for your pet lizard to sleep in Fancy Fish Sculptures Textured Trivets Ornaments or wind chimes

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Saturday Try It! Stained Glass Workshops

3:00 PM - Manchester

This one-day workshop is designed to let people get a feel for the basic steps of working with stained glass. It is perfect for people who are only in town for a day, or who want to try a class out with us to see if they will like it before they sign up for a 10-week full length course. We host this workshop Saturdays from 3-6 PM. Please call or email in advance to make sure the workshop is still running on the weekend you would like to sign up as the teacher is sometimes away for craft shows. Students will learn the basic ways of working with stained glass: cutting, applying copper foil, and soldering. Each participant will make a project to take home.

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Saturday Try It! Clay Workshops

3:00 PM - Manchester

This one-day workshop is designed to let people try a class out with us to see if they will like it before they sign up for a 10-week full length course. Please call the Studio to register for a workshop. Students will be able to try some of the basic ways of working with clay by hand - coil, pinch, or slab and then be able to try the potter's wheel for the second half of the class. Students will be able to pick one piece to keep. You'll have to leave your creations with us to finish and fire, but it will be complete in about 3-4 weeks. No commitments. Just once. You'll either love it or you won't (we think you'll love it). Please call or email the Studio to register. If you're interested in trying this more, we have a class session every season. The next full length classes begin: Spring Session starts the week of March 31st, 2014 Summer Session starts the week of June 16th, 2014 Fall Session starts the week of September 8th, 2014

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Date Night in the Pottery Studio

6:00 PM - Manchester

Everything for a couple is included with the listed price (materials, tools, instruction, etc.). We will guide you through a basic pottery lesson and then you will be set free on the wheel to make your own creations! Even though we call it a "Date Night", it is not exclusive to couples. Friends, parents and older children, and anyone who wants to do this together is welcome to join. Each person gets their own wheel. Date nights are offered from 6-7:30 or from 7:30-9PM on Friday and Saturday. Pick your day, pick your time, and have fun! The piece you make will be available for pick up four-five weeks after your date.

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La Traviata

7:00 PM - Derry

Join Opera NH for this classic Opera Performance! The setting takes place in Paris. A party is being given at the house of the city’s most beautiful and adored courtesan, Violetta Valéry. She greets her guests, among them Flora Bervoix, the Marquis D’Obigny, Baron Douphol and Doctor Grenvil. Gastone introduces Alfredo Germont to Violetta, and the young man tells Violetta that he admires her and thinks of her constantly. Gastone proposes a toast, and Alfredo responds with a drinking song. When the guests move into the ballroom to dance, Violetta feels indisposed and begs her guests to go on without her. Alfredo remains behind and declares how much he loves her. She tells him she can only offer friendship. She gives him a flower, asking him to return when it has faded. Alone, she thinks about Alfredo, but resolves to enjoy herself and her whirlwind lifestyle.

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Jonathan Edwards & Little Feat Members

7:30 PM - Plymouth

CLASSIC 70s RETROSPECTIVE Jonathan Edwards and Barrere & Tackett of Little Feat Saturday, February 25- 7:30pm For one night only Jonathan Edwards and Paul Barrere & Fred Tackett of Little Feat bring us an evening unforgettable music. Warm as summer sunshine, real as the truth, intimate as a long overdue visit between old friends ... such is a Jonathan Edwards concert. Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, the man simply delivers, night after night - songs of passion, songs of insight, songs of humor, all rendered in that pure and powerful tenor which, like fine wine, has only grown sweeter with age. Paul Barrere & Fred Tackett first played together on the album ”Dixie Chicken" some thirty-five years ago and have been working together ever since. They have rocked the Flying Monkey multiple times and always have the whole house singing along. Don't miss these classic 70s musicians on one stage!

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Sleigh Ride Social

4:00 PM - Candia

Experience a relaxing trip aboard our horse-drawn sleigh ride. Bring a blanket and snuggle-up as you relive a bygone era. You’ll travel along our trails still brightly lit from the holiday season if you come on a Saturday evenings. If you choose to ride along during the day you will be able to see agricultural & wildlife animals as the sleigh travels along. Horse-Drawn Ride Holiday Lights See Live Reindeer Roast Hot Dogs Toast Marshmallows Sip Hot Cocoa Enjoy a Cozy Bonfire Enjoy the fresh air as the sleigh takes you to a secluded pine grove. Upon arrival at our old fashioned winter social you’ll warm-up around several large bonfires while enjoying complimentary hot dogs, roasted marshmallows and hot cocoa. When you’re ready to depart from the fires just catch the next horse-drawn sleigh back to the farm. On the way watch for reindeer at the Reindeer barn. Please plan on approximately 2 hours. It’s a night filled with warm memories and special moments!

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Cardboard Box Sled Derby

1:00 PM - Moultonborough

Start planning now for one of our more fun and creative winter programs, and join us as we team up with the Moultonborough Recreation Department on Saturday February 25th for a Cardboard Box Sled Derby! Work with your families and friends to create your very own sled out of cardboard and try it out on the snow at Castle in the Clouds. Cardboard Box Sleds and riders will be judged on creativity, design, and theme. Ribbons will be awarded in multiple categories. After the derby, guests are invited to stay and continue the sledding fun. Warm up by the fire pit and enjoy hot cocoa and goodies, compliments of Castle in the Clouds and the Moultonborough Rec Department. In order to practice safe sledding, riders are encouraged but not required to wear safety gear such as helmets and sturdy boots. This free event is open to the public. Donations are appreciated to help us provide additional programs like this one in the future. Please remember to use Ossipee Park Road (the main entrance will be closed.) You can park in our main parking lot and take a short walk to the meadows where the sledding will take place. This event will take place “snow or shine” – we will cancel if inclement weather prevents roads from being cleared. In the event of cancellation, we will post it on our website’s home page as well as on our Facebook page.

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Outdoor Progressive Dinner and/or Contra Dance

5:00 PM - Tamwoth Village

Outdoor Progressive Dinner Let the warmth of Remick warm you inside and out! Enjoy a leisurely walk under a winter sky, admire festively lighted barns and buildings along the way, and savor a hot, 5-course farm-to-table meal. Each course will be served at a different outdoor location on the museum grounds. White lights and luminaries will help lead your way. Family friendly. Menu available on our website—vegetarian options offered. Reservations required. Tickets are $20; $10 for children 12 and under. For more information or to make a reservation, call 603-323-7591 or visit our website. Contra Dance Join us for a lively contra dance at the Tamworth Town House, located across the street from the Remick Museum Center. Dance music will be provided by Brier Hill Band, with Eric Rollnick doing the calling. Instructions provided before the dance begins. Family friendly. Join us for the dance, the dinner, or both. No reservations required. $7; $3 for children 12 and under. Tickets available at the Tamworth Town House door: 27 Cleveland Hill Rd, Tamworth, NH 03886. Combo Tickets: Outdoor Progressive Dinner and Contra Dance Reservations required. Tickets are $25; $12 for children 12 and under. For more information or to make a reservation, call 603-323-7591 or visit our website.

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Comedian Juston McKinney

7:30 PM - Lincoln

New Hampshire’s Juston McKinney returns with lots of new material!! THIS SHOW SOLD OUT LAST YEAR; GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY SO YOU DON’T MISS IT! Juston has two Comedy Central Specials including his own one-hour special and multiple appearances on the Tonight Show, and on Conan O’Brien, but there’s no place like home! When NH magazine named him “Best of NH” they wrote, “The Granite State may have more famous comedians than you can shake a stick at (Seth Meyers, Sarah Silverman and Adam Sandler to name a few) but no one really “gets” New Hampshire humor like Juston McKinney. He’s been using the state as his comic muse since he was humoring perps as a deputy sheriff on the NH/ME border in the 1990s. Now he’s got TV deals galore and appearances on “The Tonight Show” and Comedy Central.” His Youtube channel has over a million views, which includes NH favorites such as “Live Free or Die” and “Live Freeze then Die!”. Juston was born in Portsmouth and he currently lives in New Hampshire with his wife, two children and two dogs. View his website at http://justonmckinney.com.

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Londonderry Arts Café

10:00 AM - Londonderry

The Arts Café returns featuring a Coffeehouse Atmosphere showcasing Musical Performances and Art Work for Sale at the Londonderry Senior Center. FREE ADMISSION • Bring the family

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Saturday Nature Seekers: Backyard Winter Birds

11:00 AM - Manchester

Do you and your kids wish for an opportunity to learn about nature but have trouble finding the time? Stop by our center most Saturdays at 11 am for “short and sweet” mini-programs and fun nature-based activities. Discover something new every month! Backyard Birds – February 4, 11, 18, 25 Aerial Predators – March 18, 25

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Sleigh Ride Social

4:00 PM - Candia

Experience a relaxing trip aboard our horse-drawn sleigh ride. Bring a blanket and snuggle-up as you relive a bygone era. You’ll travel along our trails still brightly lit from the holiday season if you come on a Saturday evening. If you choose to ride along during the day you will be able to see agricultural & wildlife animals as the sleigh travels along. • Horse-Drawn Ride • Holiday Lights • See Live Reindeer • Roast Hot Dogs • Marshmallows for Toasting • Sip Hot Cocoa • Enjoy a Cozy Bonfire • Enjoy the fresh air as the sleigh takes you to a secluded pine grove. Upon arrival at our old fashioned winter social you’ll warm-up around several large bonfires while enjoying complimentary hot dogs, roasted marshmallows and hot cocoa.

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Invasive Upland Plant Species of NH

1:30 PM - Contoocook

An in-depth look at upland invasive plant species of NH, including roles & regulations, characteristics, identifying features & control measures of some of the most aggressive non-native plants in NH. Learn the latest information about these species.

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Character Breakfast Series

10:00 AM - Intervale

Join us at Theater in the Wood 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 your plates, gather around the stage and enjoy a storybook reading and meet & greet to follow. Plus, you have use of the 100 Acre Wood Trail System for the entire day!

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Maple Sugar Shack

11:00 AM - Intervale

If there is steam rolling out of the Sugar Shack, you are welcome to step inside for a firsthand look of the historic and innovative process of turning sap into maple syrup. Stop in, learn more about one of Mother Nature’s sweetest and healthiest offerings and taste a sample.

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Rothschild Surrealist Dinner Part & Concert

6:00 PM - Marlborough

Join us as we recreate the famous 1972, Rothschild Surrealist Ball at Ferrières. Few made the guest-list but if you did, it was the ultimate seal of approval from Parisian high-society. Even the great Salvador Dali was in attendance that evening, no doubt being bewitching and entertaining in equal amounts. The requirements for the evening were "Black tie, long dresses & Surrealists heads" nothing more, nothing less. In keeping with the theme, the invitation which she sent was actually written backwards - to read the invite you had to hold it up to a mirror. This February, we will recreate this intriguing (and clearly intoxicating) blend of art, literature, haute couture and dance.

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Rothschild Surrealist Dance Party

9:00 PM - Marlborough

Unable to join us for Rothschild Surrealist Dinner Party & Concert or just hoping to stay in a surreal 1970's vibe following the dinner and concert? Join us for a surrealist themed night of 1970's Soul, Funk & Disco. Surrealist costumes encouraged!!! With vinyl DJ's - Chris Hamilton & Andrew Hannah

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