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NH Theatre Project Tackles Opioid Crisis PORTSMOUTH The third event in New Hampshire Theatre Project’s new Elephant-in-the-Room series of playreadings and community discussion will focus on the topic of “The Opioid Crisis Effect on Families,” featuring a reading of “A Wider Circle” by Mary-Ellen Hedrick. A playwright and civics teacher from New Hampshire, Hedrick’s previous work, “Throw Away People” (featured at NHTP’s 2017 Intelligent Theatre Festival), focused on the devastating consequences of heroin addiction for both individuals and the community. As an advocate for the recovery community, she felt compelled to address the

topic of addiction as a family disease. With New Hampshire leading the nation in opioid-related deaths, this issue is having significant consequences in all

of our communities. New Hampshire Theatre Project is partnering with their Portsmouth West End neighbor, Safe Harbor Recovery Center, on this Elephantin-the-Room presentation. A program of Granite Pathways, Safe Harbor Recovery Center is committed to assisting individuals and families impacted by substance use disorder both professionally and personally. Following the playreading of “A Wider Circle,” Timothy Barretto will host a discussion with the audience and a panel of community members working in the field of recovery. Elizabeth Miller is the director of Safe Harbor Recovery Center

and a member of the governor’s Recovery Task Force Commission. Miller is a strong advocate locally, and at the state and federal levels. Her advocacy work includes reducing stigma, increasing support services for individuals and families, and spreading the word that there is hope. Vicki Hebert is the coalition coordinator for the Dover Police Department’s Drug Free Communities Program. She has worked with city leaders to develop policies for first responders, educate medical professionals on stigma and substance use disorders, launched prevention based media campaigns, and worked to install permanent medication drop boxes in the

community. Karla Pilla works with Safe Harbor as a recovery coach. Her son has struggled with substance abuse disorder for five years and is in the early stages of recovery. Admission to the reading and discussion is free, but donations will be cheerfully accepted to benefit Safe Harbor RecoveryCenter. NHTP’s Elephant-in-theRoom series is possible through generous funding by NH Humanities and the Seacoast Women’s Giving Circle. The March 22 presentation begins at 7 p.m. and is sponsored by Exeter Hospital. For more information, visit www.nhtheatreproject.org.

Historical Family’s Stories Revealed HAMPTON The Hampton Historical Society kicks off its 2018 season on Thursday, April 19, with a program by Lori White Cotter called “Every Picture Tells a Story: The History of the Toppan Family in Hampton.” Join Cotter, a Toppan descendant through her grand-

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mother, Wilma Toppan White, who will present of visual history of her ancestors through her museum of family artifacts – including an 18th century ledger from the family’s general store, while telling family stories. The Toppans left England and settled in Newbury, MA, in 1637. They moved to Hampton, NH, in 1727. Cotter will

draw from her book, “Toppan’s History of Hampton: The Early Settlers 1630-1730,” a collection of notes compiled by her threetimes great grandfather. Cotter recently joined the Hampton Historical Society board of trustees. She taught at Hampton Academy for 33 years. The program will be held at the Tuck Museum of Hampton History, 40 Park Avenue, at 7

p.m. All are welcome to attend. The Hampton Historical Society is engaged in increasing knowledge and understanding of Hampton’s history and cultural heritage through the Tuck Museum, a research center, educational programs, and community outreach. For more information, call 603929-0781 or visit www.hamptonhistoricalsociety.org.

10 Years of Helping Haiti SEACOAST NH Ten years ago, a handful of Seacoast residents each signed up to sponsor a child at a small school in rural northern Haiti. Since then, dozens of people in southern New Hampshire and Maine have signed on to make sure children in Milot, Haiti, learn to read, write, and do math. This year, the annual Caribbean Nights Dance Party will celebrate 10 years of folks in the Seacoast supporting the Eben Ezer School in Milot, Haiti, which has grown from 35 to 400 students and from 2 to 13 classrooms, on Saturday, April 7, at 3S Artspace in Ports-

mouth. Combo Sabroso, one of New England’s most beloved Latin and reggae bands, will be back with its six-piece ensemble to offer its contagiously lively and eclectic dance music, and area restaurants, including Bob’s Clam Hut, Black Bean, Loco Coco’s, Flatbread, and

Tulsi again will provide donations of food. “The Caribbean Party for Haiti is, without doubt, one of our favorite events to play,” said Matt Jenson, UNH grad and keyboard player for the band. “We love the people, we love the cause, and this year we love

Cotter will tell the story of these buttons from 1764, now part of her museum of Toppan family history.

being at the 3S venue.” The event has been in past years at the VFW Hall in Portsmouth, which has since closed. In addition to celebrating 10 years of sponsorship, the dance will recognize 13 new sponsors of teachers at the Eben Ezer School. For the first time this year, teachers at the school will not have to wait for people in Portsmouth to dance at the annual party in order to get their paychecks. For the first time since residents in the Seacoast began supporting the Eben Ezer School, the teachers salaries are secure. “I could not believe when I heard that every teacher had a sponsor in Maine or Seacoast See HAITI page 2...

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RYE Get into shape for spring and help save marine mammals at the same time. The Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals will be held on Saturday, April 21, at 9 a.m. at the Seacoast Science Center. It features a 5k chip-timed trail race and untimed walk to benefit the centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Marine Mammal program. Now in its 10th year, the popular race follows a scenic route through the forest, by the rocky shore, along a sandy beach, and alongside historic military fortifications in Odiorne Point State Park. The first 175 5k registrants receive an official wick-wear race t-shirt; additional shirts are available for purchase for $12 when you register. A limited number will be for sale on race day. Prizes are awarded in age and gender categories from 6 to 60+, as well as overall fastest male and female for the 5k (must run in the <8 min. pace/mile to qualify). The Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fun Run

features a 300-yard dash and a half-mile run for children ages 12 and under. Every child that participates in the Fun Run wins a prize. Whether you plan to race, run, or walk with a group of friends or your family, you can register as a team for a discounted group price. Teams must have five or more participants. After the race, festivities continue with music, face painting, a mock seal rescue and a beach clean-up with the Blue Ocean Society. Please remember that dogs are not allowed in Odiorne Point State Park. Strollers are not permitted on the 5k trail. Children, ages 12 and under, must be accompanied by an adult on the 5k. Special thanks go to 2018 Rescue Run sponsors: Atlantic Grill, Atlantic Gymnastics Training Center, Clif Bar & Company, Derry Medical Center, Kennebunk Savings Bank, New Hampshire State Parks, NextEra Energy, PromoCentric, 93.5 The Bull, and Z107.

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To learn more, find a schedule, and to register visit www. seacoastsciencecenter.org, or contact Ashley at 603-436-8043, ext. 29 or a.stokes@sscnh.org. The Seacoast Science Center is located in Odiorne Point State Park, Route 1A / 570 Ocean Blvd., Rye. ...HAITI from page 1 Maine or New Hampshire,â&#x20AC;? said Lucia Anglade of West Babylon, NY, the Haitian-American founder of the school. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Since the day I first took 10 children off the streets and brought them to school, I have had to scramble for the salaries, sometimes not paying them for several months. This past year I was so happy to be able to pay teachers monthly and on time.â&#x20AC;? Life and Hope, the nonprofit that runs the school, was founded in 2003 by Anglade, and in 2007, residents of the Seacoast first got involved. The Caribbean Nights Dance Party begins at 7 p.m. with a slide show and dancing at 8 p.m. The short talk will feature people who have sponsored teachers talking about what moved them to pay the $1,200 a year salary for men and women they have never met at a school 1,000 miles away. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have been involved for a long time with my own and other charities and never before have I felt so confident that our money is really going somewhere with an impact of true value,â&#x20AC;? said Brian Jervis of Exeter, who sponsors Michelet Lucien, 6th grade teacher. â&#x20AC;?We thank you so much for what you all have achieved. It is truly momentous.â&#x20AC;? Tickets are available online through Paypal at lifeandhopehaiti.org, and are available for sale at Black Bean in Rollinsford, RiverRun Books and Ceres Bakery in Portsmouth, Natureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Way in South Berwick, and Lilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cafe and Fair Tide in Kittery. Tickets also can be purchased by sending checks for $20 made out to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Life and Hopeâ&#x20AC;? to 12 High Pasture Road, Kittery Point, Maine, 03905. More information is available from newslifeandhope@yahoo.com or by calling 207-439-3354.

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~ News ~ Flying High: How New England Keeps Skies Clear SEACOAST The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire announces “911 - Clearing the Skies, an Air Traffic Control Perspective” on Saturday, April 14 at 11 a.m. at the museum. Regular museum admission applies and museum members receive free admission. Seating is limited. Did you ever wonder how air traffic flow was handled

during and after 9-11? What type of coordination and choreography did the FAA have to perform to keep sky traffic moving after this cataclysmic event? How were the skies actually managed and cleared? To calmly accomplish this feat amidst the horror and chaos must have been an enormous undertaking. Have your questions an-

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swered by CNN contributor and general manager Robert K. Jones of the New England Federal Aviation Administration, who was at the FAA’s Boston Center during this trying time. He will discuss how New England is unique in international flight handling, all that was actually accomplished that day and how they coordinated with Canada in handling the massive influx of international travel. Video footage will be included. The Aviation Museum

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PORTSMOUTH Kelly Orzel returns to the Strawbery Museum for the NorthEast Seacoast Unit’s first lunch and learn. Bring a bag lunch and join on March 27 at 12 p.m. as Orzel shares old-fashioned, organic growing techniques with the artistry of the cottage garden. Impressive as they may be, traditional walled, British gardens do not lend themselves to the modern garden girl (or guy) on the go. Kitchen Gardens, or potagers, not only look lovely, but also provide tasty fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the season. Orzel will discuss vegetable patch and plant bed designs, how to prepare your soil, and stagger your crops to ensure a multi-season harvest. Orzel will share the secrets to growing beefy, heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers perfect for pickling, delicious herbs to enhance any meal and more. Scented geraniums will be available for purchase. Orzel is a horticulturist, active master gardener and girl-farmer. Her freelance work (as writer and photographer) has appeared in national garden magazines, including Hobby Farms, and local newspapers. In addition, Orzel travels throughout New England and beyond giving garden lectures, workshops and demonstrations. She graduated with her Master of Science degree in Horticulture from Texas Tech University in 2008, and has also appeared on local television stations hawking the virtues of gardening and growing. The Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit is hosting this lunch and learn event with the Strawbery Banks Museum. It is open to the public and free of charge. Pre-registration is required.

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PORTSMOUTH Since its inception just a couple of years ago, the Seacoast group Weird Turn Pro has been playing to an ever-growing fan base. Now the group, which is led by keyboardist Mike Effenberger, will be presented by the Seacoast Jazz Society in its next

session of the Seacoast Jazz Appreciation Project. This free-tothe-public event will combine some performance with a conversation between the artists and the audience. It will be held at The Dance Hall in Kittery, ME, on Saturday, March 24, at 6:30 pm. It will be followed at 7:30 by

Mike Effenbergerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Weird Turn Pro ensemble will be presented in a free â&#x20AC;&#x153;playand-tellâ&#x20AC;? session at The Dance Hall, Kittery, ME, on Saturday, March 24, at 6:30 pm, followed by a concert by the group.

Call for Calendar Artwork PORTSMOUTH Seacoast-area artists are invited to submit original works to be considered for inclusion in the 2019 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Artists of the Seacoastâ&#x20AC;? calendar. Proceeds from calendar sales, donations, and sponsorships help both Families First Health & Support Center and Goodwin Community Health, which recently merged, to provide high-quality health and family services to all, regardless of ability to pay. The agency will accept artwork, in digital format, through April 13. A committee will then select thirteen works to appear in the calendar, from about 80 pieces expected to be submitted. For more details about the calendar and how to submit work, visit tinyurl.com/artists-of-the-

a concert by Weird Turn Pro, the latter event subject to The Dance Hallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s normal cover charge. Weird Turn Pro, which takes its name from a Hunter S. Thompson comment, plays music that leans heavily on improvisation, at the same time allowing opportunities for each member of the group to improvise freely while requiring the ensemble to constantly shift and reinterpret the when, how, and why of melody and form. Along with Effenberger, the group includes Rob Gerry, bass; Mike Walsh, drums; Matt Langley reeds; Chris Ggne, trombone; and Chris Klaxton, trumpet. Now in its ninth season, the Seacoast Jazz Appreciation Project uses this combination of performance and dialog to enhance the appreciation of jazz for listeners at all levels of musical sophistication, while de-mystifying this uniquely American musical genre for its newest listeners. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a chance to â&#x20AC;&#x153;hangâ&#x20AC;? with some outstanding jazz musicians, to hear their music, and about their music, in a casual, club-like environment.

Emotions, Captured in Cloth PORTSMOUTH Emotion, in everyday speech, is any relatively brief conscious experience characterized by intense mental activity and a high degree of pleasure or displeasure. It is often intertwined with mood, temperament, personality, disposition, and motivation. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Emotions, Capturedâ&#x20AC;? in Fabric is a series of fabric art quilts inspired mostly from the life size female statues found in European Cemeteries. Nancy Morgan, the fabric artist, has appointed titles to each piece that she feels represents the emotional state of each figure. â&#x20AC;&#x153;From despair to solace, sadness to joy, emotions can purvey a strength of feeling, a warmth of feeling,â&#x20AC;? she said in an artist statement. Apart from â&#x20AC;&#x153;Joy,â&#x20AC;? the quilts are done in monochromatic colors as to not overshadow the raw emotion of the figures. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Joyâ&#x20AC;? was created in a vibrant blue to exemplify the unbounding joyful emotion. This series will be on view

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DOVER The Seacoastâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vocal chamber chorus Amare Cantare will perform an all a cappella concert, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tree of Life,â&#x20AC;? on Saturday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. in at Dover City Hall; on Sunday, March 25 at 3 p.m. in at Middle Street Baptist Church in Portsmouth; and on Wednesday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Christ Church at 43 Pine Street in Exeter. A program of unaccompanied choral music will showcase the work of several fine living American composers/arrangers, including â&#x20AC;&#x153;An American

Folk Song Medley,â&#x20AC;? arranged originally for Chanticleer by Steve Barnett of Minneapolis. Audiences will also hear a set of Shaker songs arranged by Kevin Siegfried, formerly of Dover, New Hampshire; a collection of Appalachian songs arranged by J. David Moore and Gwyneth Walker; and a jazz arrangement of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Black Is the Colorâ&#x20AC;? by Yumiko Matsuoka of Berklee College of Music. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have tried to capture a bit of the American spirit with this sampling from this countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rich music traditions,â&#x20AC;? said Amare Cantare director

The Importance of Being Earnest PORTSMOUTH New Hampshire Theatre Projectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Youth Repertory Company will present â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Importance of Being Earnest,â&#x20AC;? Oscar Wildeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s comedy of manners, from March 23 to 31 at West End Studio Theatre. A cast of seven hardworking teens will bring take the stage by storm. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Importance of Being Earnestâ&#x20AC;? features Sebastian Logue, Annika

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Strand, and Abi Wool all of Portsmouth, along with Connor Adams of Eliot, Sarah Hoskins of Rye, Eliza Klein of North Hampton, and Liev Manck of Durham. Youth Rep alumni Brennan Donnell of Exeter will also make a cameo appearance. The production team for the play includes director Robin Fowler, a Youth Repertory Company alumni; stage management and costume design by Rachel Vilandre; with set and lighting design by Meghann Beauchamp. This NHTP Youth Repertory Company production is made possible by sponsorships from Peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United Bank and CherylAnne Williams. Buy tickets online www. nhtheatreproject.org. For more information, call 603-431-6644 ext. 5 or email: reservations@ nhtheatreproject.org.

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at the Nancy Morgan art gallery, 238 State Street, in Portsmouth, for the month of April. An opening reception will be held on Friday, April 6, from 5 to 8 p.m. in conjunction with Art â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Round Town. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, email nancymorganart@aol. com or call the gallery at 603427-8611. Catherine Beller-McKenna. â&#x20AC;&#x153;These songs are complex but accessible. There is truly something for everybody on the program, from the rollicking musical romps in the medley of folk songs to the tenderest expressions of faith in the Shaker pieces.â&#x20AC;? General admission tickets are $15 at the door or $12 in advance. Student and senior tickets are $12 at the door or $10 in advance. Tickets may be purchased in advance at www.amarecantare.org or at Baldface Books in Dover; Flower Kiosk and CafĂŠ Espresso in Portsmouth; Water Street Books in Exeter; and Durham Book Exchange in Durham. Visit www. amarecantare.org for more information.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Brahms in Rye, Portsmouth & Exeter SEACOAST Portsmouth Pro Musica will present one of the choral masterworks on the 150th anniversary of its premiere in Bremen, Germany: Johannes Brahms’ “A German Requiem.” In a new twist, this piece will be performed in two different formats: one concert with video presentation, and two performances featuring soloists, chorus and orchestra. On Saturday, April 7, at 8 p.m. at Rye Congregational Church, “A German Requiem” will be performed by the chorus with baritone soloist Rob McGinness and soprano soloist Erin M. Smith (pictured), and accompanied by organ and an innovative video presentation created by Art Revelation.

Images of seven art masterpieces were selected to reflect the mood of each of the movements. These works of art are gradually revealed by a process using both hand painting and digital technology. The concert will also be performed on Sunday, April 15, at 3 p.m. at South Church in Portsmouth. Soprano soloist Erin M. Smith and bass-baritone soloist Paul Max Tipton will be featured in both of these concerts along with orchestral accompaniment. There will also be a pre-concert lecture on Brahms’ Requiem on April 15 at 2 pm at South Church, delivered by Daniel Beller-McKenna, associate professor of music at the University of New Hampshire. Advance tickets for all

PSO Gets Romantic PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra will perform two pieces from the Romantic era at its spring, mainstage concert omniscience’s Sunday, March 25, at 3 p.m. at The Music Hall in Portsmouth. The concert will include Grieg’s “Piano Concerto in A minor” with Dr. Rick Miller on piano and Mahler’s “Symphony No. 4,” featuring Soprano Erin M. Smith.

Portsmouth Pro Musica spring concerts are priced at $12 for general admission and $10 for seniors/students. Tickets will also be available at the door for $15 general admission and $12 seniors/students. FMI: www. portsmouthpromusica.org.

~ Calendar of Events ~ Monday, March 19 Tri-Chamber Legislative Reception The Greater Dover, Rochester and Somersworth Chambers of Commerce host the 2018 Legislative Reception, underwritten by Eversource. State, county and local officials representing the communities of Dover, Rochester and Somersworth have been invited to attend. This reception will provide Chamber members the opportunity to meet their elected officials in a casual and relaxed setting. Cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres will be served. This is event is free to attend for members of the three chambers. At the FMH Conference Center, 11 Whitehall Road, Rochester. From 5:30-7 p.m.

Thursday, March 22 Greek Myth Retold

Bestselling, award-winning author Colm Tóibín returns to The Music Hall Loft to discuss his latest novel, “House of Names,” His retelling of the Greek myth featuring Clytemnestra and her children is just out in paperback. The 7 p.m. event includes an author presentation and moderated Q+A, plus a book signing and a meet-and-greet. It will be held at The Music Hall Loft at 131 Congress Street, in downtown Portsmouth.

Friday, April 6 Western Author Rides Into Town C.J. Box, who has sold more than 10 million novels in the U.S. alone, will talk about “The Disappeared,” his latest western mystery featuring Joe Pickett, as part of The Music Hall’s Writers in the Loft series. The 7 p.m. event includes

an author presentation and moderated Q+A, plus a book signing and a meet-and-greet. It will be held at The Music Hall Loft at 131 Congress Street, Portsmouth.

Saturday, April 7 Help Prevent Child Abuse The 7th Annual Dinner & Auction for Child Abuse and Protection is at Ashworth by the Sea in Hampton, from 5 to 9 p.m. Hosted by the Alpha Sigma Chapter of the Kappa Delta Sorority of the University of New Hampshire, the fundraise allows supporters of the cause to donate and item or gift certificate to help raise funds. You can also become a sponsor or purchase as space in the event program. For more information, visit nhchildrenstrust.org. The fundraiser benefits New Hampshire Children’s Trust and Precent Child Abuse America.

Edvard Grieg’s “Piano Concerto in A minor” is his most popular and important early work. Considered one of the leading musical Romanticists, Grieg’s development and inclusion of Norwegian folk music in his own compositions launched Norway onto the international musical stage, in addition to helping coalesce a national identity. PSO artist-in-residence Randy

Armstrong will perform “Soundscape,” an original work, as an introduction to the dramatic start of Grieg’s piano concerto. Tickets are $25 for adults, $22 for seniors and $12 for students. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.portsmouthsymphony.org. The Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra 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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Dover Public Library Free Yoga for Adults Join local instructor Emma Adele on Monday, March 19, at 6:30 p.m. for a free hour long yoga course for all levels, beginner to intermediate. Adele teaches at Bending Bodhi Yoga Studio in Dover and offers a gentle, meditative yoga experience. Wear comfortable, loose clothing and bring a yoga mat. Please register online as space is limited.

Crime Scene & Spy Science Calling all 5th-8th graders. Join us for a free 6-week program beginning on Wednesday, March 21. We will meet every Wednesday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Lecture Hall of the Dover Public Library. Spend your Wednesday afternoons learning how to detect fingerprints, reveal secret messages, conduct a mystery powder analysis, extract DNA from substances, and reconstruct evidence from a crime. This program is sponsored by 4-H, UNH Extension, and the Dover Public Library. Registration is required.

Bring Your Peeps! The library is looking for creative Dover residents, Dover students, or Dover Public Library cardholders to enter our annual “Peeps Show” contest this April. Here’s how it works: Build a diorama using Peeps of any color or species in a standard size shoe box. The theme is anything literary; recreate a scene from your favorite book, play, or poem. The first 8 en-

~ Library News ~ tries will receive a free plush Peep chick! Those 17 or older are invited to compete in the Adult Division, while peeps (people) 11-16 may enter the Teen Division. Children ages 2-6 are invited to enter the Kids Division, and ages 7-10 may enter in the Youth Division. On the back of your standard size shoe box, include your name, address, phone number, and title of your “Peeps Show.” All peeps displays may be dropped off at the library beginning Monday, March 19 Saturday, March 31. The winner of each division will receive a $25 Target gift card, courtesy of the Friends of the Library. Prizes will be awarded on Monday afternoon, April 2. Peeps should be picked up by 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 7. All Peeps not picked up by the deadline will be discarded or eaten!

Irish Living History Presentation

Hampton Falls Free Library Get a Bite of Bison Join the Hampton Historical Society history book group on April 8 for an afternoon of Native American murder mysteries, and taste dried bison from Tanka, a Native American owned company in South Dakota. The murders center on the Osage Indians of Oklahoma, who used every part of a buffalo they killed, according to Barbara Tosiano, director of the Hampton Falls Free Library, who leads the book talks. “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” is by bestselling New York Times author and New Yorker staff writer David Grann.

“The Women in the Castle”

Continue your celebration of all things Irish in March and come to the library on Tuesday, March 27, at 7 p.m. to be entertained by Cynthia G. Neale’s living history presentation based on her four novels in The Irish Dresser Series. Neale will impersonate her protagonist, Norah McCabe, and tell you a story of tragedy and triumph as Norah leaves Ireland and comes to America. The presentation is interspersed with a wee bit of music, dance, vintage hats, and, of course, scones.

Author Jessica Shattuck will speak on Tuesday, April 10, at 6:30 p.m. Shattuck is the New York Times best-selling author of “The Women in the Castle,” which also won the New England Independent Booksellers Association Award for Best Fiction of 2017. Partly inspired by the experience of her own German grandparents, Shattuck offers readers a fresh perspective on World War II: how ordinary Germans experienced the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime, and how, in the aftermath, they reconciled both their acts of resistance and complicity.

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Soggy Po’ Boys Make Noise DOVER The Friends of the Library are delighted to sponsor a New Orleans style jazz concert on Tuesday, March 20 at 7 p.m. by Dover’s own Soggy Po’ Boys. Born on a snowy Fat Tuesday night of 2012, the Soggy Po’ Boys have been honing their craft of New Orleans music here in their hometown. The New Orleans-flavored band plays

more than a hundred shows every year, from festivals and concerts, to politics-infused burlesque collaborations and street parades. This is their first time performing in a public library, and they are sure to break the library rules on noise! The performance is free and will be held in the Library’s lecture hall. For more information, call the Dover Public Library at 603-516-6050.

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the pouch, you add warm water, which dissolves the inner pod releasing the activated carbon. The warm water also dissolves prescription pills, patches and liquids allowing them to be adsorbed by the carbon, rendering them inert and irretrievable. The bags can dispose of 45 pills, 6 ounces of fluid, or 6 patches. More information can be found at http://deterrasystem.com/ faq or call the Rye Police Dept. at 603-964-7450.

Drug Disposal Program The library is proudly participating in the Town’s Deterra drug disposal pouch distribution plan. Rye residents are invited to obtain free Deterra narcotic collection pouches at the library as part of a town-wide program to fight the addiction epidemic by providing a safe deactivation and disposal method for unused prescription drugs. Each Deterra bag contains a water-soluble inner pod containing MAT12® activated carbon. Once the pharmaceuticals are placed in

For More Information Call the library at 603-964-8401 or visit www.ryepubliclibrary.org.

Health & Fitness Foundations Support Parent Ed at Families First PORTSMOUTH Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank Charitable Foundation recently awarded $5,000 to Families First Health & Support Center, the fifth consecutive grant the bank has made to Families First. The money will support parent education, which Families First provides both through classes and in a hands-on, playgroup setting. Each week, year-round, Families First offers several parenting classes. For example, classes coming up in September include 1,2,3, Magic; Your Child’s Nutrition, The 3Rs of Special Education; Advocating for Your Children; and “When to Worry and What to Do,” a Q&A with psychologist and author Dawn Huebner. The grant from Newburyport Bank supports classes like these, as well as parent-child playgroups and parent support groups. “Families First’s parent education programs are vital

for Seacoast families. Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank and its Charitable Foundation have an unwavering commitment of collaborating with local organizations to assist the youth and their families in the communities we serve,” said Newburyport Five

Cents Savings Bank president and CEO Janice Morse. For information, call 603422-8208 or visit www.FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org. Photo to right: Margie Watchel, Georgie Clark, and Helen Taft of Families First are awarded $5,000 by Tim Felter, Chief Financial Officer at Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank.

Seacoast Dermatology PLLC Recognized as Best Dermatologist SEACOAST Seacoast Dermatology PLLC was the recipient of Seacoast Media Groups’ 2017 Best of the Seacoast Award, the Seacoast’s official People’s Choice Award Contest. Community residents cast over 150,000 total votes for their favorite businesses this year. A premier gala event was held at the Portsmouth Harbor Events & Convention Center in downtown Portsmouth to celebrate and officially recognize this year’s Best of the Seacoast winners. First place honors in the Best Dermatologist category was

presented to Drs. James G. Dinulos and Andrew E. Werchniak of Seacoast Dermatology PLLC. “We’re honored to receive this first place award three years in a row. This recognition personally means a lot and on behalf of Seacoast Dermatology, we’d like to extend our sincere thanks to all who voted for us,” said Dr. Dinulos. Dr. Werch ia k added “We’re grateful for the community’s vote of confidence. We strive to provide the best medical and surgical care services to our patients. We look forward to continuing to serve the Portsmouth, Dover and surrounding

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All prices and payments reďŹ&#x201A;ect all available incentives, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash and Consumer Incentives. Manufacturer qualiďŹ cations are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. 2018 Sonata SE: $ 500 Regional Event Cash, $750 Sales Event Cash, $2000 Retail Bonus Cash, $ 500 US Military, $400 College Graduate. 2018 Elantra SE: $2500 Retail Bonus Cash, $ 500 US Military, $400 College Graduate. 2018 Kona SEL: $ 500 Military, $400 College Graduate. 2018 Tucson SE AWD: $ 500 Sales Event, $750 Retail Bonus Cash, $ 500 Military, $400 College Graduate. 2018 Santa FE Sport: $750 Sales Event Cash, $2750 Retail Bonus Cash, $ 500 Military, $400 College Graduate.

SOMERSWORTH

NISSAN

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NEW 2017 SENTRA SV

AVAILABLE

Two or more at this price. #3N1AB7AP0HY402950

19 IN STOCK

LEASE FOR

121

$

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NEW 2018 ROGUE S AWD 59 IN STOCK

FINANCE FOR

298

$

PER MO.

OR BUY FOR

21,721

$

Finance for 75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due at signing.

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

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NEW 2018 ALTIMA 2.5S

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Two or more at this price. #1N4AL3APXJC145903

12 IN STOCK

LEASE FOR

141

$

OR BUY FOR

PER MO.

19,512

$

36 month lease with 12K with $495 cash or trade due @ signing.

5

IN STOCK

PER MO.

19,231

Finance for 75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due at signing.

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

4X4 NEW 2017 FRONTIER KC SV

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Two or more at this price. #JN1BJ1CR4HW134916

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$

Exclusive programs available only at SOMERSWORTH NISSAN

36 month lease with 12K with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing.

NEW 2017 ROGUE SPORT SV AWD

261

$

NO PROBLEM!

12,736

$

0%

AVAILABLE

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0

$

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223

$

2

LEASE FOR

IN STOCK

PER MO.

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22,356

$

36 month lease with 12K with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing.

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NEW 2018 MURANO S AWD

AVAILABLE

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FINANCE FOR

355

$

8

IN STOCK

PER MO. OR BUY FOR

29,978

$

ALL YOU NEED IS A PEN!

Finance for 75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due at signing.

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

S O M E RSWORTH N IS S A N CE RTI F I E D U S E D CA R CE N TE R 2015 CHEVY SILVERADO Green, 59K, High Country, Leather, Sunroof, Nav., 4X4, Tow, Bedliner, Stk #P2034

$

36,940

2017 HYUNDAI SANTA FE SPORT Black, 27K, AWD, 2.4 4 Cyl, Alloys, Bluetooth, Back Up Camera, Satellite Radio Stk #N17746A

2014 NISSAN MAXIMA SV

LOADED

AWD

$

Black, 29K, Sunroof, Nav., Leather, Alloys, Climate Control Seat, Prem. Pkg. Stk #P1196

$

NAVIGATION

20,750

2015 FORD FUSION SE White, 21K, Auto, Alloys, USB, SYNC, A/C, PWR Equipment Stk #N1870A

CLEAN

2011 BMW 328XI Gray, 72K, AWD, Auto, Alloys, Leather, A/C, 6 Cyl, Push Start Stk #N1851A

2006 FORD F-150 Red, 83K, FX4, 4X4, 5.4 V8, Flare Side Bed, Auto, Step Rails Stk #N17927C

2012 NISSAN ROGUE

AWD

$

Black, 93K, AWD, Nav., Sunroof, Alloys, PWR Seat, Roof Rails Stk #N17850A

12,462 FLARE SIDE BED

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$

10,461

2015 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMTED

$ $ 11,200 19,425 14,139 Somersworth Nissan Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

SUNROOF

White, 32K, Sahara, 4X4, Hard Top, Nav., Auto, Fog Lights, Tow Stk #N17703A

LOADED

$

33,710

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