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January 23, 2017

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January 24, 2017

- 1 Event

UNH Traditional Jazz Series: Harry Jones Memorial Concert

8:00 PM - Durham

The University of New Hampshire Department of Music presents the Harry Jones Memorial Concert featuring the Seacoast Big Band, under the direction of David Seiler, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017 at 8 pm in Johnson Theater of the Paul Creative Arts Center, on the Durham campus.

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January 25, 2017

- 6 Events

The Winemaker’s Kitchen Cooking Series - Chocolate and Wine, A Perfect Pairin

6:00 PM - Amherst

This class is interactive and fun! Amy LaBelle, Founder and Winemaker at LaBelle Winery and one of LaBelle's talented chefs will prepare each item for you to try as well as share tips for entertaining! This class is suited for couples, singles, family, and friends as well as corporate colleagues. We look forward to seeing you at the next Winemaker's Kitchen Cooking Class! Wine will be paired and/or prepared with each item. Register today, space is limited!

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Wednesday 2-for-1 Tickets

9:00 AM - Bretton Woods

Bring a friend to Bretton Woods and receive two tickets for the price of one, just $78!

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Beginners Rug Hooking - 6 Week Class

10:00 AM - Loudon

**PLEASE NOTE: Class will be held at The Woolen Pear, located at the Brookside Mall, 563 Route 106, Loudon, NH, 03307. This is a 6 week class with Day (10:00 AM – 12:00 PM) and Evening (6:00 PM – 8:00 PM) options, starting on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 and ending on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. No classes will be held during the week of February 21. The Meredith Fine Craft Gallery invites you to discover the fine craft of rug hooking with League juried artist, Pam Bartlett. In this 6 week class, you will learn the basics of rug hooking to complete the 16” x 16” project (pictured above). You can finish your project as a wall hanging, chair pad, or pillow, in your choice of available colors. Pam will teach you how to be a “happy hooker” with the proper form and technique to accomplish the art of “pulling wool”. You will learn about the history of the craft and the different styles of rug hooking, how to design and color plan your project, and how to care for your finished product. Materials included: hook, pattern, and various colors of wool to complete your project. Materials you will need to bring: small pair of scissors and a 12 inch quilting type hoop (hoop can be purchased at The Woolen Pear) Tuition is $150.00 per student, and there is no additional materials fee. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. To sign up for class, please stop by the gallery or contact us by phone at (603) 279-7920, or by email at [email protected]

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Allagash Brewery & Dinner at the Lyme Inn

6:00 PM - Lyme

Allagash Brewery is coming to the Lyme Inn January 25th. Join us for a special evening featuring Allagash brews and a custom menu prepared by our chef, Adam Coulter. We will be featuring two Allagash year-round brews—Dubbel and Curieux—and four limited-release brews: Farm to Face, Hibernal Fluxus, Interlude, and Little Brett. Join us for this special night of Allagash brews and Adam Coulter’s creative food pairings. Check out the event menu and please call for a reservation. The event is limited to 55 diners. This meal is prix fixe $50, excluding tax and gratuity.

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“From Peddlers to Shopkeepers to Professionals: A History of the Jewish Community in Cheshire County

4:00 PM - Keene

In connection with the 100th anniversary of Keene’s Congregation Ahavas Achim, the exhibit “From Peddlers to Shopkeepers to Professionals: A History of the Jewish Community in Cheshire County” will tell the story of Jewish immigrants to Keene and Cheshire County, their descendants, and the impact of the Jewish community upon the region. The exhibition will also share the story of the Jewish religion in the region, including the story of Congregation Ahavas Achim and of the Keene synagogue. On Wednesday, January 25th the Historical Society of Cheshire County will celebrate this unique exhibition with an opening reception from 4-6 pm, free and open to the public. The Historical Society is working with former Keene mayor Aaron Lipsky and Cheshire County’s Jewish community to produce this exhibit. The exhibition will run from January 25 through April 21, 2017 and will be the focal point for several programs, field trips, lectures, and school programs.

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Squam Speaker Series: Local Ski Legend, Dan Egan

7:00 PM - Holderness

The Squam Lakes Association welcomes Dan Egan, local ski legend and US Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame inductee, to speak at the first Squam Speaker Series of 2017. Dan Egan has an established reputation being one of the most influential adventure skiers of all time. Egan, along with his brother John, were critical in the development of “extreme” sports known for their ski-movie scene in the ‘80s and ‘90s, traveling to the most remote areas of the world in search of a high-country adventure, and featured on the Discovery Channel, CBS, NBC, ESPN, and ABC’s “Good Morning America”.

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January 26, 2017

- 4 Events

Disney On Ice: Passport To Adventure

7:00 PM - Manchester

4 days and 7 shows of Disney adventure! 1-26 @ 7pm 1-27 @ 7pm 1-28 @ 10:30am, 2:30pm & 6:30pm 1-29 11am & 3pm

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Thriller author James Rollins, with The Seventh Plague

7:00 PM - Concord

Gibson's Bookstore is thrilled to host bestselling author James Rollins as he presents his newest Sigma Force novel, The Seventh Plague! In a breathtaking blend of scientific intrigue and historical mystery, #1 New York Times bestselling mastermind, James Rollins, reveals an ancient threat hidden within the pages of the Bible, one that threatens the modern world in The Seventh Plague If the biblical plagues of Egypt truly happened could they happen again on a global scale?

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UNH Faculty Concert Series: Nicholas Orovich, trombone and euphonium

8:00 PM - Durham

The University of New Hampshire presents Nicholas Orovich, trombone, euphonium, tenor sackbut, ukulele, and voice with Christopher Kies, piano/organ and Robert Stibler, cornetto and recorder Thursday Jan. 26, 2017 at 8 pm in Verrette Recital Hall of the Paul Creative Arts Center, on the Durham campus. The program will include the music of Johann Ernst Galliard, Alec Wilder, Girolamo Frescobaldi, John Rogers, and others. The concert is free and open to the public.

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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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January 27, 2017

- 10 Events

Snow Sculpting

12:00 PM - Jackson

Jackson, New Hampshire is the quintessential New England Village. In Jackson you will find unique shops, historic Inns, waterfalls, breathtaking star filled sky and lots of winter activity to keep you satisfied. Our Snow Sculpting Competition is a weekend event filled with outdoor fun, beautiful sculptures, bonfires, torch light parade, kids winter activities, an incredible Silent Auction and more. Come watch the process of Sculptors turning frozen cylinders of snow 4' round by 8' high into pieces of art!

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Disney On Ice: Passport To Adventure

7:00 PM - Manchester

4 days and 7 shows of Disney adventure! 1-26 @ 7pm 1-27 @ 7pm 1-28 @ 10:30am, 2:30pm & 6:30pm 1-29 11am & 3pm

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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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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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Powder & Pasta

4:00 PM - Bretton Woods

Ski or ride from 4-8pm on Friday & Saturday nights Dec. 30 - March 11, plus nightly Dec. 26-29, Jan. 15 and Feb. 19-23. Enjoy a pasta dinner, featuring Penne pasta with a classic red Italian sauce or savory white alfredo, topped with your choice of mouth watering meatballs and grilled chicken. Have some garlic bread on the side and parmesan cheese on top to finish your night. The best night skiing deal anywhere! $25 includes ticket and dinner.

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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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Metamophoses

8:00 PM - Portsmouth

Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman January 13-29, 2017 Fridays & Saturdays @ 8 pm, Sundays @ 2 pm General Admission $28, Students & Seniors $24 To reserve tickets, call 603-431-6644 ext. 5 or [email protected] Mary Zimmerman’s delicious adaptation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses is a magical feast of storytelling – mysterious and hilarious, brimming with enchantment, horror, and wonder. NHTP artistic director Genevieve Aichele has wanted to produce it in Portsmouth ever since she saw the original production on Broadway in 2001, nominated for three Tony Awards. Zimmerman’s chamber theatre style perfectly complements the NHTP artistic vision of ensemble performance. Many of these myths are familiar in some form to contemporary audiences – Midas and the Golden Touch, Phaeton trying to wrangle his father Apollo’s sun chariot, the hopelessly romantic musician Orpheus and his lost Eurydice. Others are less well-known but just as evocative, and each one involves transformation, a moment of metamorphosis imposed by the gods or human passion. Ted Hughes, in the introduction to his own translation of Metamorphoses, describes how Ovid’s tales perfectly capture the tension of spiritual evolution and transcendence; they express “what it feels like to live in the psychological gulf that opens at the end of an era.” In our modern world of shifting moral grounds, these beautiful myths are as poignant and meaningful as ever. Metamorphoses features NHTP Company members Blair Hundertmark, Robin Fowler and Emily Karel along with John Bolduc, Kolby Hume, Meredith Imbimbo, Teddi Kenick-Bailey, Crystal Lisbon, Corrie Owens-Beauchesne, Tomer Oz, Paul Strand and Bailey Weakley. Genevieve Aichele directs, assisted by Emily Karel, with lighting design by Meghann Beauchamp, set design by Dane Leeman, and costume design by Rachel Vilandre.

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The Embellished Envelope Exhibition

5:30 PM - Manchester

Hopeful that we might inspire people to send more handwritten letters, we are hosting an embellished envelope art exhibit of art you can mail! All work of good craftsmanship and non-offensive subject will be accepted. All works must be for sale. No application fee. Send something handwritten AND handmade. Join us for our opening reception Friday January 27th from 5:30 to 7:00pm!

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Flying Film Series: Manchester By Sea

6:30 PM - Plymouth

After the death of his older brother Joe (Kyle Chandler), Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) is shocked to learn that Joe has made him sole guardian of his nephew Patrick (Lucas Hedges). Taking leave of his job, Lee reluctantly returns to Manchester-by-the-Sea to care for Patrick, a spirited 16-year-old, and is forced to deal with a past that separated him from his wife Randi (Michelle Williams) and the community where he was born and raised. Bonded by the man who held their family together, Lee and Patrick struggle to adjust to a world without him.

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Fly By Night

7:30 PM - Portsmouth

Minerva Deadwick welcomes you to join Roxie Zwicker (New England Curiosities) in her parlor of the paranormal! Sit by the fireside as Roxie spins true tales of New England's hidden history, all while accompanied by musician Mortimer Crow and his bag full of Murder Ballads! An evening full of folklore, magic and revelry...

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January 28, 2017

- 18 Events

Snow Sculpting

12:00 PM - Jackson

Jackson, New Hampshire is the quintessential New England Village. In Jackson you will find unique shops, historic Inns, waterfalls, breathtaking star filled sky and lots of winter activity to keep you satisfied. Our Snow Sculpting Competition is a weekend event filled with outdoor fun, beautiful sculptures, bonfires, torch light parade, kids winter activities, an incredible Silent Auction and more. Come watch the process of Sculptors turning frozen cylinders of snow 4' round by 8' high into pieces of art!

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Disney On Ice: Passport To Adventure

7:00 PM - Manchester

4 days and 7 shows of Disney adventure! 1-26 @ 7pm 1-27 @ 7pm 1-28 @ 10:30am, 2:30pm & 6:30pm 1-29 11am & 3pm

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Powder Bear's Snow Fest

11:00 AM - East Madison

It’s King Pine’s mascot Powder Bear’s Birthday and he is throwing a party and all are invited to join him for breakfast and activities throughout the day! Face painting, tattoos, balloons, music, cake and Mr. Magic!

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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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Beginners' Yoga Workshop

1:30 PM - Manchester

Everybody can do yoga! Our popular Beginners’ Yoga Workshop is specifically tailored for beginning yoga students, and is a wonderful opportunity to get individualized attention and explore and understand the system of yoga. The workshop will include a 30-minute discussion about the history of yoga, the various styles of yoga, and both the physical and mental benefits of a yoga practice. The remainder of the workshop will focus on a breakdown of the basic postures of yoga with attention to alignment and options for modifications of poses. Included in this segment is an introduction to meditation and discussion of its purpose in a yoga class.

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Eagles Along the Merrimack

10:00 AM - Manchester

Amoskeag Fishways Learning and Visitors Center Join us as we search for bald eagles along the Merrimack River in Manchester. The program begins with an orientation at the center, followed by a quest to spot the first eagle of the day! Expect to carpool, dress warmly, and bring your binoculars if possible. Advance registration with payment required

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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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Arias and Apertivo

6:00 PM - Nashua

Please Join Opera New Hampshire for a evening of Live performance of Arias from your favorite Operas and An “Apertivo” in support of Opera NH. The evening will include a silent auction of Opera inspired Art and Gifts. All proceeds support Opera NH. In its 52nd Season Opera NH is a Non Profit dedicated to the promotion and education of Opera in New Hampshire. This event will be hosted at the Nashua Country Club.

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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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Comedy Night at the Rosewood

8:30 PM - Bradford

Comedy nights at the Rosewood have been simply a blast and this promises to be the same. Don’t miss out on the most entertaining show this side of town as Larry Morton and Matt Barry will have you laughing all night. Come join us and wash away the winter blues, right here at the Rosewood. Limited seating so reserve a spot today. Bar open and desserts available. This should make for an entertaining after dinner event.

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International Rock Band Mavara Brings Progressive Rock to the Hatbox Theatre

7:30 PM - Concord

The progressive rock band Mavara has played venues across the globe, and on Saturday, January 28, will bring its unique style of music to the Hatbox Theatre in Concord. Mavara’s show at the Hatbox Theatre will highlight songs from their newest album, Consciousness, a concept album that touches on subjects like war, love, politics and life. The whole album touches on the reincarnation of a soul into different bodies. “The album is a departure from our previous three albums,” said Farhood Ghadiri, the band’s founder, keyboard player, producer and composer, noting the 10-song album takes listeners on a journey from the Battle of al-Qādisiyyah in 636 ACE into the future. Ghadiri describes Mavara as a progressive rock band influenced by groups like Pink Floyd, Riverside, Marillion and Porcupine tree, and that those who attend the band’s show can expect a unique experience. “There are not many bands in the United States today playing the style of music we play.”

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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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Powder & Pasta

4:00 PM - Bretton Woods

Ski or ride from 4-8pm on Friday & Saturday nights Dec. 30 - March 11, plus nightly Dec. 26-29, Jan. 15 and Feb. 19-23. Enjoy a pasta dinner, featuring Penne pasta with a classic red Italian sauce or savory white alfredo, topped with your choice of mouth watering meatballs and grilled chicken. Have some garlic bread on the side and parmesan cheese on top to finish your night. The best night skiing deal anywhere! $25 includes ticket and dinner.

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Fireworks Display

8:00 PM - Pittsburg

In celebration of reciprocal weekend, the snowmobile capitol of the east - Pittsburg NH will light up the skies with a spectacular fireworks display set to a music above Lake Frances. Other activities abound in the great north woods so hop on your sled and go as north as you can!

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Metamophoses

8:00 PM - Portsmouth

Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman January 13-29, 2017 Fridays & Saturdays @ 8 pm, Sundays @ 2 pm General Admission $28, Students & Seniors $24 To reserve tickets, call 603-431-6644 ext. 5 or [email protected] Mary Zimmerman’s delicious adaptation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses is a magical feast of storytelling – mysterious and hilarious, brimming with enchantment, horror, and wonder. NHTP artistic director Genevieve Aichele has wanted to produce it in Portsmouth ever since she saw the original production on Broadway in 2001, nominated for three Tony Awards. Zimmerman’s chamber theatre style perfectly complements the NHTP artistic vision of ensemble performance. Many of these myths are familiar in some form to contemporary audiences – Midas and the Golden Touch, Phaeton trying to wrangle his father Apollo’s sun chariot, the hopelessly romantic musician Orpheus and his lost Eurydice. Others are less well-known but just as evocative, and each one involves transformation, a moment of metamorphosis imposed by the gods or human passion. Ted Hughes, in the introduction to his own translation of Metamorphoses, describes how Ovid’s tales perfectly capture the tension of spiritual evolution and transcendence; they express “what it feels like to live in the psychological gulf that opens at the end of an era.” In our modern world of shifting moral grounds, these beautiful myths are as poignant and meaningful as ever. Metamorphoses features NHTP Company members Blair Hundertmark, Robin Fowler and Emily Karel along with John Bolduc, Kolby Hume, Meredith Imbimbo, Teddi Kenick-Bailey, Crystal Lisbon, Corrie Owens-Beauchesne, Tomer Oz, Paul Strand and Bailey Weakley. Genevieve Aichele directs, assisted by Emily Karel, with lighting design by Meghann Beauchamp, set design by Dane Leeman, and costume design by Rachel Vilandre.

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Flying Film Series: Manchester By Sea

6:30 PM - Plymouth

After the death of his older brother Joe (Kyle Chandler), Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) is shocked to learn that Joe has made him sole guardian of his nephew Patrick (Lucas Hedges). Taking leave of his job, Lee reluctantly returns to Manchester-by-the-Sea to care for Patrick, a spirited 16-year-old, and is forced to deal with a past that separated him from his wife Randi (Michelle Williams) and the community where he was born and raised. Bonded by the man who held their family together, Lee and Patrick struggle to adjust to a world without him.

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January 29, 2017

- 7 Events

Snow Sculpting

12:00 PM - Jackson

Jackson, New Hampshire is the quintessential New England Village. In Jackson you will find unique shops, historic Inns, waterfalls, breathtaking star filled sky and lots of winter activity to keep you satisfied. Our Snow Sculpting Competition is a weekend event filled with outdoor fun, beautiful sculptures, bonfires, torch light parade, kids winter activities, an incredible Silent Auction and more. Come watch the process of Sculptors turning frozen cylinders of snow 4' round by 8' high into pieces of art!

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Disney On Ice: Passport To Adventure

7:00 PM - Manchester

4 days and 7 shows of Disney adventure! 1-26 @ 7pm 1-27 @ 7pm 1-28 @ 10:30am, 2:30pm & 6:30pm 1-29 11am & 3pm

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All ages and abilities Ski/Snowboard Race

10:00 AM - Manchester

Come join us for a day of fun out on the snow at McIntyre Ski Area in Manchester!Registration for the race is FREE. Purchase of a lift ticket is necessary to participate. Registration can be done at www.bobgilmanfunrun.com. This race is for all ages and abilities! Awards will be given - raffles benifiting local NH charities will be held and FUN will be had! See you there!

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UNH Faculty Concert Series: Sospiri with Hsiang Tu, piano

2:00 PM - Durham

The UNH Department of Music Faculty Concert Series presents Sospiri: Margaret Herlehy, oboe; Janet Polk, bassoon with Hsiang Tu, piano. The program will include Andre Previn’s Trio for Oboe Bassoon Piano, Songs and Dances for Oboe and Bassoon by John Steinmetz, and 6 Pieces from Jeux d'Enfants Opus 22 by Georges Bizet, arranged for oboe, bassoon, and piano by Christopher Kies.

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Metamophoses

8:00 PM - Portsmouth

Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman January 13-29, 2017 Fridays & Saturdays @ 8 pm, Sundays @ 2 pm General Admission $28, Students & Seniors $24 To reserve tickets, call 603-431-6644 ext. 5 or [email protected] Mary Zimmerman’s delicious adaptation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses is a magical feast of storytelling – mysterious and hilarious, brimming with enchantment, horror, and wonder. NHTP artistic director Genevieve Aichele has wanted to produce it in Portsmouth ever since she saw the original production on Broadway in 2001, nominated for three Tony Awards. Zimmerman’s chamber theatre style perfectly complements the NHTP artistic vision of ensemble performance. Many of these myths are familiar in some form to contemporary audiences – Midas and the Golden Touch, Phaeton trying to wrangle his father Apollo’s sun chariot, the hopelessly romantic musician Orpheus and his lost Eurydice. Others are less well-known but just as evocative, and each one involves transformation, a moment of metamorphosis imposed by the gods or human passion. Ted Hughes, in the introduction to his own translation of Metamorphoses, describes how Ovid’s tales perfectly capture the tension of spiritual evolution and transcendence; they express “what it feels like to live in the psychological gulf that opens at the end of an era.” In our modern world of shifting moral grounds, these beautiful myths are as poignant and meaningful as ever. Metamorphoses features NHTP Company members Blair Hundertmark, Robin Fowler and Emily Karel along with John Bolduc, Kolby Hume, Meredith Imbimbo, Teddi Kenick-Bailey, Crystal Lisbon, Corrie Owens-Beauchesne, Tomer Oz, Paul Strand and Bailey Weakley. Genevieve Aichele directs, assisted by Emily Karel, with lighting design by Meghann Beauchamp, set design by Dane Leeman, and costume design by Rachel Vilandre.

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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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Flying Film Series: Manchester By Sea

6:30 PM - Plymouth

After the death of his older brother Joe (Kyle Chandler), Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) is shocked to learn that Joe has made him sole guardian of his nephew Patrick (Lucas Hedges). Taking leave of his job, Lee reluctantly returns to Manchester-by-the-Sea to care for Patrick, a spirited 16-year-old, and is forced to deal with a past that separated him from his wife Randi (Michelle Williams) and the community where he was born and raised. Bonded by the man who held their family together, Lee and Patrick struggle to adjust to a world without him.

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