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Awards Honor Historic Preservation Projects PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Advocates, a key program of the Portsmouth Historical Society, is preparing for awards season! Since 1989 Portsmouth Advocates has honored individuals and projects that enhance the city’s unique historic character and make Portsmouth a better place to live and work. On Thursday, November 21, 5:30-7 p.m. at Discover Portsmouth, the Advocates will continue this tradition by presenting awards to exceptional individuals and projects completed within the last year. Portsmouth Advocates is pleased to announce the following award winners: For Restoring the Integrity

of a Resource: awarded to Michael and Peter Labrie, for their work on the YMCA Building, Congress Street Façade; For Continued and Sensitive Maintenance of a Historic

Property: awarded to Blair and Jan McCracken, for their work on Tibbett’s House; For Rehabilitation of a Historic Resource: awarded to Charles Seefried, for his work on

Festival of Trees Along the Seacoast DOVER & PORTSMOUTH Both Dover and Portsmouth will be celebrating with a Festival of Trees in their respective cities. 23rd Annual Festival of Trees in Portsmouth Holiday revelers wishing to start the season off in style will want to reserve November 15-17 on their calendars, when the annual Festival of Trees takes place in Portsmouth.

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Presented by the Portsmouth Garden Club and the N.H. Division of Forest and Land’s Urban Forestry Center, the festival has become a tradition for generations of Seacoast residents and visitors. The grounds of the Urban Forestry Center will be transformed into a holiday extravaganza, when local garden centers, garden clubs, historic homes, organizations, businesses and artisans show off their creativity by decorating approximately 100 trees, the center’s historic Cape house, miniature trees, wreaths and more. The garden club uses funds raised by the biennial festival to award scholarships and grants, to assist with conservation education, to support historic gardens in the Seacoast area and to maintain club activities. The festival takes place 4-8 p.m. at the Urban Forestry Center, 45 Elwyn Road, Portsmouth. Admission is $7, children ages 12 and under are admitted free. For details, visit www. portsmouthnhgardenclub. com or call the Urban Forestry Center at 603-431-6774.

10th Annual Festival of Trees in Dover Come enjoy the annual Festival of Trees on Friday, December 6, 4-6 p.m. at Rivermill at Dover Landing. The Festival of Trees will feature over 30 trees, elaborately decorated by local businesses and organizations, to be auctioned and raffled off to benefit the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce City Lights Committee. The event also includes live choir performances, children’s activities, holiday carols, refreshments, and more! This event is free to attend and open to the public. All trees on display are available to take home through purchase in the auction or by winning a raffle. Upon winning a tree, payment and delivery arrangements can be made at the Check Out Table. Payment can be made by cash, credit or check. Calling All Cargo will deliver your tree for $30 (Dover only). Trees will be wrapped, stored and delivered to your home on Saturday, December 7. Tree winners are responsible for transporting their tree home. All trees must be removed from the Rivermill the night of the event by 9 p.m.

the Larkin-Rice House; and to the Fabbrictore Family, for their work on 177 State Street; For Preservation Planning and Advocacy: awarded to the Save St. Patrick’s School Team, and to the Wentworth-Gardner Board of Directors; The Arthur J. Gerrier Memorial Award: presented to John Schnitzler; Presented to an individual who is committed to serving our historic community., the Arthur Gerrier Award is named after was a longtime member of the Portsmouth Advocates Board and an outstanding architectural historian; John Grossman Memorial Award: awarded to Robert Thoreson; Recognizing an individual who makes a reality of an organization’s mission by bridging the theoretical and the practical, the John Grossman Award is named

after was a tireless supporter of Portsmouth non-profits and Chair of Portsmouth Advocates for many years Special Recognition Award: presented to Elizabeth Dinan, for her reporting coverage of Creek Farm. Portsmouth Advocates occasionally extends special recognition to individuals for noteworthy work within our historic community. Formed in 1980, Portsmouth Advocates was established to “promote the maintenance of the historical and architectural integrity of the structures and cityscape of the City of Portsmouth.” In 2012 Portsmouth Advocates became part of the Portsmouth Historical Society. For more information, call 603-436-8433 or visit www. portsmouthhistory.org. (Photo shows winners from 2018)

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DOVER Strike gold with Great Bay Services at their fourth annual bowl-a-thon on Saturday, November 16 at Dover Bowl, 887 Central Ave. in Dover. This family-friendly event will feature raffles, food, fun and of course bowling! All proceeds support adults with disabilities in the Seacoast. Bowlers can pick the 10 a.m. or noon time slot to bowl. Tickets are $20 and can be pur-

chased in advance at www. greatbayservices.org; to pay by check or cash at the door, RSVP to 603-842-5344 x 26. Great Bay Services has been supporting people with intellectual disabilities and their families for over 65 years. Currently serving over 180 individuals in Seacoast New Hampshire and Southern Maine, GBS works every day to assist adults with disabilities in living full and meaningful lives.

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Author & Historian at Music Hall

PORTSMOUTH Author and historian J. Dennis Robinson comes to The Music Hall Loft as part of the Writers in the Loft series on Wednesday, November 20. He will discuss his newest book, “Music Hall”, an exploration of the historic theater from its start as a Vaudeville center to its near destruction, and its impact on the arts community around it. The 7 p.m. event includes an author presentation and an onstage interview, followed by a Q&A and post-event book signing and meet-and-greet. It will be held at the Music Hall Loft at 131 Congress St., in Portsmouth. “J. Dennis Robinson is a local legend. His work has captivated not only Seacoast residents, but also readers across the country. I’m looking forward to hearing about the history and oddities of our very

own Music Hall,” said Brittany Wason, The Music Hall’s Literary Coordinator. Ticket packages for J. Dennis Robinson are $49. In addition to a reserved seat, the package includes a copy of (Music Hall, $35 hardcover), a bar beverage, author Q+A, and book signing meet-and-greet. Packages can be purchased online at www.themusichall. org, by phone at 603-436-2400, or in person at the B2W Box Office at the Historic Theater, 28 Chestnut Street.

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NHTP’s Pride & Prejudice, a Reimagined Classic PORTSMOUTH New Hampshire Theatre Project’s 2019-20 season continues with a thoroughly different take on the much-beloved novel by Jane Austen. NHTP’s own Kate Hamill brings Lizzy Bennett to life for the 21st century audience with traditional language in a hilariously modern approach. Opening November 15, Pride & Prejudice is directed by Danielle Howard, and stars a cast of comic actors, most of which are new to New Hampshire Theatre Project. The dynamic protagonist of this 19th century story is Elizabeth Bennet, played by Amy Desrosiers. Opposite Desrosiers Lizzy will be Dustin Teuber, playing the dashingly dark Mr Darcy. The remaining cast of characters including the Bennet family, the Bingley’s and Lady Catherine will be played by a talented group of versatile actors - Whitney Smith, Sara Conlon, Lia Madeline, Jess Miller, Branwyn Ritchie, and Molly Dowd Sullivan. The plot of this new adaptation follows the novel where Mr Bennet of Longbourn estate is over-run by daughters, and without a male heir in place Mr Bennet’s family will become destitute upon his death. Mrs Bennet also lacks an inheritance, and so the five Bennet sisters must marry well to support the others into their adulthood, it’s this conundrum that motivates the characters to find love in any way they can. “Pride & Prejudice poses the question of the importance of marrying for love, not simply for economic gain or social prestige,” says Artistic Director Catherine Stewart. Despite

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the changes in social norms relating to marriage over the centuries since this literary work was created the central idea of escaping expectations is abundantly present in today’s dating world. “I think we’ve not really come all that far,” continues Stewart. “This play evokes the question of our modern times, does one person have the power to buck-the-system, and define love in their own terms? I look forward to the conversations about modern love that this piece instigates throughout November,” explains Stewart. NHTP will continue the new RUSH40 program which offers half-price tickets for all MainStage Productions for audience members under the age

Fundraiser at The Holy Grail DOVER The Holy Grail restaurant at 64 Main Street in Epping will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Friends of the Earth, Sea & Space Center on Wednesday, November 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. Ten percent of all food sales will be donated to the Friends. Voted Best Irish Pub for the last 10 years, The Holy Grail Food & Spirits, is located in the old St. Joseph’s church, and the restaurant retains that blessed ambiance. The stained glass windows are intact and

PORTSMOUTH Pontine Theatre will performs its annual A New England Christmas November 29 through December 8. This year’s production features two holiday tales, one from “New” England and the other from “Old” England. A Winter Tale is based on a short story by South Berwick native, Sarah Orne Jewett (18491909). Set in a rustic coastal fishing village, it is a tale of a taciturn Yankee farmer and his family fighting to save a pair of landmark pines from a greedy timber contractor. Their struggle unites the whole community,

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just in time for Christmas. Dylan Thomas’ A Child’s Christmas in Wales, wanders through his memories of childhood Christmases in Wales evoking warmth, humor, wonder and delight. Shows are Fridays at 7 p.m., Saturdays at 3 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. at #1 Plains Avenue in Portsmouth’s West End. Advance tickets are available online at www.pontine.org. Tickets may also be purchased at the door a half-hour prior to each show, based on availability. The space if fully accessible with free parking adjacent. For more information, call 603-436-6660.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Granite State Choral Society Presents “A Patriot’s Dream” PORTSMOUTH The Granite State Choral Society presents their fall concert “A Patriot’s Dream”. Performances will be on Saturday, November 23 at 7:30 p.m., at New Frontiers Church, 1 Gosling Road, Portsmouth, and Sunday, November 24 at 3 p.m. at First Church Congregational, 63 South Main Street, Rochester. Under the direction of Daniel Roihl, Music Director, this exciting program will feature patriotic numbers, songs from the Civil War era, remembrances of the fallen, and songs and prayers for peace. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Advance tickets may be purchased online at New Frontiers Church, First

Church Congregational at www.gschoralsociety.org or from any GSCS member. Students (with a valid ID) and veterans (active or non-active with a military ID) may purchase a discounted $10 ticket. Granite State Choral Society is a non-auditioned community chorus dedicated to presenting quality choral performances, ranging in styles from classics to Broadway, and to promoting the appreciation of the choral arts. The members come from all walks of life from ages 12 and up, and range from experienced singers to novices just discovering the joys of choral singing. There are no auditions. Knowledge of how to read music is not a requirement, but may help.

“Some Holiday” at Players’ Ring PORTSMOUTH In an original musical premiering Friday, Nov. 22 at the Players Ring in Portsmouth, actors Joel King of Nashua and Aly Aramento of Londonderry, who are both 21 and a real-life couple, play the roles of Dan and Grace, recently married college sweethearts who are about the same age as the actors. This touch of reality is just one of the ingredients that makes “Some Holiday,” written by Justin Scarelli of Hampstead, so reminiscent of real life as it tells three related stories about growing up while facing parenthood. “I think the aspect that’s really powerful is how grounded in reality all three couples

Chris Ferrill of Wakefield and Trevor Gatcomb of Somersworth rehearse for “Some Holiday,” a musical that tells the story of three couples growing up while facing parenthood.

are,” said Marina Altschiller, who wrote the lyrics and music with Scarelli. “One of the things we found through the rehearsal process is how common the arguments have been to ones we have all lived through.”

Dover Art Center Presents “What Lies Beneath the Surface” DOVER Joanne Desmond and Sally Dion are uniquely gifted in their respective artistic pursuits and The Art Center in Dover is showing the creative talents of these two women off to perfection in the new exhibition “What Lies Beneath The Surface” on display from November 11 through December 8. Desmond and Dion are both printmakers, yet each expresses her work in completely unique ways; unique to each other and to the art of traditional printmaking, which is what makes this show so interesting. When you meet Joanne Desmond you will find she is soft-spoken and typically doesn’t try to draw attention to herself. She is, as she says, “an observer”. But that is not all she is. She is also a vibrant, attractive, creative woman and she is whip-smart. Yet Desmond has found in her life that people often judge her based on that first impression. Over

the course of 25 years of print and mixed-media art making, her encaustic (wax) works are particularly beautiful. In these, she prints on scraps of paper and fabric and sometimes adds found objects that she then embeds in layers of wax. There are sewn edges on some scraps and sewn words and phrases on others. Seeing the encased images suspended within semi-transparent layers of wax creates a luscious complexity to Desmond’s work and showcases, with sublime effect, her intent to find the depth below the surface. Sally Dion is a whirlwind of a woman. Warm and enthusiastic, she showcases many different approaches to printmaking and artistic expression in this exhibit. Of particular interest are amazing garments she has sown in bright fanciful colors and engaging silhouettes. But all is not as it seems. The dresses and jackets are manipulated so they are stiff and

Besides Dan and Grace, the musical follows the story of Sam, a commitment-phobic man who hesitates when his boyfriend Chris reveals he has a child from a previous relationship, as well as Tracy and Miles, a couple of artistic types, who must – but may not be entirely ready to – give up their performer lifestyles for their son. Meanwhile, Dan and Grace are trying to pay the bills and settle into careers when an unexpected pregnancy is thrown into the mix.

None of the couples is based on real-life relationships, but all of them reflect situations and conflicts that Scarelli had come across when he first wrote the script and debuted the story as a film in 2010 at independent theaters around New England. At the time he wrote the script he was just coming out and was exploring issues of being in the LBGT community and parenting. “I really wanted to investigate that angle,” he said, and noted he was also interested in

~ Calendar of Events ~ Until November 30 Stan Moeller Solo Exhibition

More than 15 new oil paintings by Stan Moeller are currently on exhibit at the Todd Bonita Gallery, 39 Ceres Street, Portsmouth, through the end of November. Moeller’s solo show includes figurative paintings from Florence, Italy, to Monhegan Island, Maine to Havana, Cuba and more. FMI: 603-819-9100.

Friday, November 15 Madonna Tribute at 3S Art Space

Material World formed in 2018 with a simple goal: form a highenergy band to play Madonna’s songs with a full dance team to deliver an incredible experience of sing-alongs, dancing, and fun. Performance will take place at 3S Art Space, 319 Vaughn Street, Portsmouth. Doors open at 7 p.m. Show at 8 p.m. Tickets are $18 for members, $20 in advance and $25 day of show. FMI: 603-766-3330 or www.3sarts.org.

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The Annual Christmas Fair will be held at The Hampton United Methodist Church, 525 Lafayette Road (Route 1), Hampton, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come enjoy the expanded menu at the Lafayette Diner. Returning will be the crafts corner, silent auction, attic treasures, jewels & glitter, Rada knives, photos with Santa, Ye Olde Bake Shoppe, a free children’s craft workshop, and a host of specialty booths. FMI: 603-926-2702.

Saturday, November 16 & Sunday, November 17 Artisan Fair at 3S Art Space

Enjoy a curated showcase of unique, hand-crafted work by skilled artisans featuring textiles, housewares, jewelry, metal work, accessories, ceramics, prints, and more, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 3S Art Space, 319 Vaughn Street, Portsmouth. Free and open to the public. FMI: 603-766-3330 or www.3sarts.org.

annual Penny Sale Fundraiser at Somersworth High School starting at 11 a.m. with hourly raffles for big prizes. Penny Sale items will be drawn starting at 3 p.m. Food available for purchase. FMI: 603-692-5869.

Friday, November 22 Reception for “Room For Memory Opening” Exhibit

Heather Morgan’s oil paintings depict figures that are performing their identities. These unflinching yet vulnerable pastel heroines become all the more unknowable, as they reveal themselves in their fractured splendor. This exhibit runs from November

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unyielding, almost standing on their own. If you take a closer look, there are faces printed on the fabrics – disturbingly sad and upset faces. Each piece is a form of therapy for her, yet for the viewer, the whimsy one perceives from a distance to the pain one sees up close in her work is a jarring revelation. “What Lies Beneath the Surface” will be on display until December 8. Both artists will be at the artists reception on Friday, November 15, 6-8 p.m. The Art Center is located at 1 Washington Street in Dover. This is free to the public with plenty of parking available. For more informatio,. visit www.theartcenterdover.com or call 603-978-6702. “the struggle of young people in their 20s wanting to navigate becoming parents, growing up themselves and everything that arises from that.” King sees the relationships as “all so real” and “everything about the show so honest.” “Justin and Marina have done an incredible job portraying how relationships can go through ups and downs and how they can still work,” he said. “Some Holiday” will be performed from Nov. 22 to Dec. 1 at the Players’ Ring Theatre at 105 Marcy St. in Portsmouth, with shows on Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. A “Talkback,” which gives the audience the chance to discuss the performance and engage with the actors and directors, will follow the 3 p.m. performance on Sunday, Nov. 24. Tickets are $20 with discounts for students, seniors, and Players’ Ring members. Reservations can be made at www.playersring.org or 603436-8123.

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“Retire on Purpose” Seminars

SEACOAST Harmonize your hopes and dreams with your finances in a special educational forum on finding your specific retirement path. Retire on Purpose will take place on Tuesday, November 19 at two different times and locations: Dover Public Library, 73 Locust Street, Dover, 1:30-

2:30 p.m. The One Hundred Club, 100 Market Street, Portsmouth, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Please RSVP to bwentworth@f lightfg.com or 207475-8552. This is strictly community education, no specific products will be discussed, and there is no cost or obligation for attendees.

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Enters into Educational Partnership

PORTSMOUTH The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard entered into an educational partnership agreement (EPA) with the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) at a formal signing ceremony Friday, September 27. The five-year agreement will allow the shipyard to make its scientific, engineering, and technology assets and subject matter experts available to the college faculty to enhance their research activities and the educational experience of CCSNH students. In turn, the shipyard is able to involve CCSNH faculty and students in Navy research projects underway at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. “With seven colleges located across the state of New Hampshire, CCSNH contributes to the development of many potential members

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of the local workforce,” said Shipyard Commander, Capt. Daniel Ettlich. “This is our second educational partnership which promotes STEM education through collaboration and knowledge sharing while tapping into the enthusiasm of CCSNH students and faculty. This will ultimately lead to increased innovation within our work practices.” The EPA is a dynamic agreement that can be used to meet the needs of either organization. It protects the intellectual property, such as inventions, data and proprietary information, of each partner. Among other things, the EPA enables the school to structure projects similar to typical shipyard related challenges thus providing realistic on-the-job experience to students.

Committee Approves Development Agreement DOVER The future of the city’s waterfront took a significant step forward when the Cochecho Waterfront Development Advisory Committee (CWDAC) approved the development agreement between the City of Dover and Cathartes, the firm selected to develop the city’s 23-acre waterfront parcel. The committee voted unanimously to approve the agreement. “Thanks to the efforts of CWDAC and City staff, we feel this project is on the path to a successful and mutually beneficial outcome for both the City of Dover and Cathartes,” said CWDAC Chair Dana Lynch. “The approval of the development agreement is an important milestone in the City’s efforts to redevelopment the waterfront property,” said City Planner Steve Bird. “We look forward to a productive, longterm partnership with the Cathartes team.” Cathartes is currently developing the Orpheum Apartments project on Washington Street. “We are grateful to have the opportunity to develop this

important waterfront site in a vibrant, growing city like Dover,” said Jeff Johnston of Cathartes. “Our team is anxious to move on to the design process and looks forward to working with staff and CWDAC.” The Land Disposition and Development Agreement (LDA) spells out the parameters of the project, including the sale of the property to the developer for $3,372,500, which will be purchased in phases; mixeduse development consisting of residential, retail, office, restaurant and potentially hotel space; and site plan approval to begin by the end of 2019. The City of Dover has earmarked $6.6 million in Tax Increment Financing funding to complete public improvements including bluff excavation, site grading, shoreline stabilization, a waterfront park, streets and public utilities. According to Bird, the next steps in the process include convening the Site Plan Review Subcommittee to review the first phase of the site plan, file a wetlands permit application and remedial action plan with the New Hampshire

Department of Environmental Services, and determine whether additional bluff removal is needed. Plans to develop the cityowned parcel have been considered since 1970. In 1984, the river around the waterfront parcel was dredged by the Army Corps of Engineers to improve boat access. The City’s Master Plan first identified the waterfront as a key component of the downtown core in 1988, as did a Land Acquisition and Protections Study in 1989. In 1990, the City Council formed the Cochecho Waterfront Task Force and charged the group with drafting a conceptual plan. Lynch, the current CWDAC chair, served as chair of that initial task force. Numerous studies and proposals were considered over the years, leading to CWDAC’s selection of Cathartes as its preferred developer and this week’s agreement to move forward. For more information, contact the Planning Department at 603-516-6008 or visit the Cochecho Waterfront Development online resource at www.dover.nh.gov.

“We are pleased to deepen our partnership with Portsmouth Naval Shipyard,” said CCSNH Chancellor Ross Gittell. “Colleges can act as strong strategic partners with employers to ensure that the expertise and problem-solving capacity intrinsic to educational institutions fuels real- world solutions and supports strong industry practices and growth. Community colleges in particular are designed to be attuned to future workforce and work practice needs within our regions and businesses.”

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is America’s leader for attack submarine maintenance, repair, and modernization. The on-time completion of submarine availabilities is critical to maintaining the U.S. Navy’s maritime superiority. As a NAVSEA operated field activity, PNSY is committed to expanding our undersea advantage and maximizing the material readiness of the fleet by safely delivering first-time quality, on time, and on budget. CCSNH partners with local businesses to ensure stu-

dents learn the skills needed in today’s competitive environment with technical skills, critical thinking and teamworkacross a range of industries and sectors. CCSNH consists of seven college campuses across the state. The system includes Great Bay Community College, River Valley Community College, New Hampshire Technical Institute, Manchester Community College, Nashua Community College, Lakes Region Community College and White Mountain Community College.

~ Library News ~ Rye Public Library Poetry Reading

Come listen to Mimi White read from her latest collection of poems entitled: The Arc Remains on Wednesday, November 20 at 6:30 p.m.

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Dover Public Library Book Talk About Star Island

Local author, Jennifer Moore, and photojournalist, Anna Solo, will talk about their newly released book depicting the seasonal workers on Star Island at the Dover Public Library on Tuesday, November 19 at 6:30 p.m. Copies of the book will be for sale following the talk.

STEM Saturday

An exciting engineering challenge will take place at the library on Saturday, November 16 at 2 p.m. Participants will create Pegboard

Marble Runs with bends, twists, and turns and let gravity take marbles down the run! Creative imaginations and ingenuity are required to successfully attach recycled materials to the board to make a path. Open to kids in grades K and up. No registration required. All materials provided.

Volunteer Fair

The library hopes to make the opportunity to give back a bit easier this season by setting up a Volunteer Fair in the library’s Lecture Hall. Hosted on the top floor on Saturday, November 30 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the Volunteer Fair welcomes people to learn about and chat with representatives of several local non-profits looking for volunteers.

Family Literacy Month

We will be celebrating Family Literacy Month with lots of fun programs and activities: Take the 21-Day Read Aloud Challenge. Families that read aloud for at least 15 minutes for 21 days during the

month of November will be entered in a special raffle.

vember 25, 6-7 p.m. Crafts and a snack are also part of the fun.

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LEGO Saturdays

Saturday, November 16, 11 a.m. - 12 noon. The Center for Wildlife will bring their live animal ambassadors.

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Every Saturday is a Lego Saturday! Use our LEGOs to build and create. Meet new friends, share your ideas, work on a challenge, and have fun!

Saturday, November 23, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Pancakes with Elmo from 9-11 a.m. Crafts, games, and activities until 1 p.m.

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The next meeting of Pizza & Pages will be on Wednesday, November 20 at 6 p.m. The group will be discussing “City of Ember” by Jeanne DuPrau. Copies of the book are available for borrowing at the adult circulation desk. The group will be very informal with pizza and refreshments served.

Series of the Month Club

Kids in grades 2 and 3 are invited to come talk about the Magic Bones series on Monday, No-

Drop in 3-5 p.m. on Thursday, November 21 to make and take a Harvest Corn Craft. Kids of all ages are invited to drop in anytime November 17-23 to make and take a Turkey Craft.

Paws for Reading

Murphy, a certified therapy dog, and her handler, Karen, will be in the children’s room on Saturday, November 16, 10-11 a.m. Murphy is a great listener and very patient with beginning readers.

For More Information

Call the library at 603-516-6050 or visit www.dover.lib.nh.us.


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Health & Fitness State Warns of Late Season Cyanobacteria Blooms STATEWIDE Cyanobacteria blooms have been sporadically observed along shorelines of a few lakes and ponds this week. NHDES advises lake users to avoid contact with the water in areas experiencing elevated levels of cyanobacteria. NHDES also advises the public to keep their pets out of any waters that have a cyanobacteria bloom. Be cautious of lake water that has a surface scum, changes colors,

or appears to have green streaks or blue-green flecks aggregating along the shore. Cyanobacteria are natural components of water bodies worldwide, though blooms and surface scums may form when excess nutrients are available to the water. Some cyanobacteria produce toxins that are stored within the cells and released upon cell death. Toxins can cause both acute and chronic health effects that range in severity. Acute health effects

include irritation of skin and mucous membranes, tingling, numbness, nausea, vomiting, seizures and diarrhea. Chronic effects may include liver and central nervous system damage. Blooms have been observed on Country Pond of Newton and Webster Lake of Franklin. Please continue to monitor shorelines for changing conditions and avoid contact. For more information and updates, visit www.des.nh.gov and www4.des.state.nh.us.

Dr. Cullen Joins Seacoast Orthopedics & Sports Medicine PORTSMOUTH Wentworth-Douglass Hospital is pleased to welcome Mark Cullen, MD, to the orthopedic surgery team at Wentworth Health Partners Seacoast Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. He will see patients at the practice’s new office at the Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Outpatient Center in Portsmouth. Dr. Cullen has a wide breadth of experience in all aspects of orthopedic surgery. He specializes in advanced arthroscopic knee surgery and complex knee ligament reconstruction, as well as shoulder surgeries, including arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery, labral repair and

shoulder stabilization. As a multisport athlete and varsity letterman in college, Dr. Cullen has a passion and knowledge of sports medicine. He has been the team physician for many high schools and club sports teams and was awarded the Southeastern

Athletic Trainers Association Jack Hughson Sports Medicine Person of the Year during his time in Atlanta. Here, Dr. Cullen will be a team physician and orthopedic consultant for the UNH Wildcats. Dr. Cullen earned his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine and completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery and a fellowship in sports medicine and advanced arthroscopic surgery at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. He is board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. For more information, call 603-742-2007 or visit www. sosmed.org.

Seacoast Dermatology Welcomes New Physician PORTSMOUTH Seacoast Dermatology PLLC is proud to announce the addition of Emily Farrell, PA-C to the growing dermatology Practice. Board-certified and dermatology-trained, Farrell is an integral part of the team, working closely with experienced practice doctors to correctly diagnose and determine effective treatment plans for men, women and children. Her focus is on skin cancer detection and women’s skin related issues including adult acne, gynecological dermatology, hair loss, nutrition, and anti-aging with comprehensive attention to her patient’s health care goals. “I was looking for a practice with top notch, highly skilled providers who genuinely care about their patients and health of their skin.” Farrell states. “After

my undergraduate studies at Tufts, I had the opportunity to work with Dr. Dinulos and Dr. Habif. Ultimately, I continued my formal education and completed my PA studies. I was confident that returning to Seacoast Dermatology would be the right fit, and knew it was an opportunity for me to excel in my chosen field and grow as a provider. And having grown up in Maine, I am happy to be back here caring for the seacoast community.” Farrell received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Tufts University in Medford, MA. She graduated summa cum laude from Tufts School of Medicine in Boston, where she obtained her master of medical science, physician assistant studies. She is now a board-certified dermatology-trained physician assistant with extensive clinical experience in dermatology. She is also a fellow of the American Academy of Phy-

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Cross Roads Donations Encouraged PORTSMOUTH Help support homeless families and individuals this holiday season in the community with a donation for Cross Roads House. Please bring donation items to the drop box located at ARA’s office at 124 Heritage Ave., Portsmouth or check out the wish lists at www.crossroadshouse.org and www. amazon.com. Donation needs include:

shampoo and conditioner, lotion, disposable razors, diapers, body wash, new underwear, all sizes, reading glasses, batteries, non perishable food, toothbrushes and toothpaste, over-the-counter medication, reusable water bottles, gift cards (ex. gas or walmart), feminine hygiene, products, bed linens, and tissues. This campaign will run until December 30.

Medical Oncologist Dr. Prashant Shankar Joins Wentworth-Douglass DOVER Wentworth-Douglass Hospital’s Seacoast Cancer Center is pleased to welcome Prashant Shankar, MD, to the Medical Oncology team. Dr. Shankar is a Medical Oncologist and Hematologist. He earned his medical degree from Kilpauk Medical College, in Chennai, India. He then completed a residency at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, and a clinical fellowship in hematology and oncology at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, an affiliate of Tufts University School of Medicine. Dr. Shankar has more than 15 years of experience in hematology/oncology in the community setting and at referral hospitals. He previously worked in the Seacoast area at Portsmouth Regional Hospital from 2008 to 2013. He joins

Wentworth-Douglass from Steward Medical Group/ Good Samaritan Medical Center in Massachusetts, where he was medical director of Hematology/Oncology. He has an extensive breadth of experience both in general oncology and hematology and has special interest in lung cancer treatment. To learn more, visit www.wdhospital.org or call 603-742-8787.

Great Bay Services Receives Support

sician Assistants. For more information, call 603-431-5205 or visit www. seacoastdermnh.com.

DOVER Great Bay Services received more than $9,000 in additional support, thanks to the generosity of the Seacoast community. Great Bay Services provides assistance to more than 180 individuals with disabilities in New Hampshire and Maine. Each month The Fabulous Find in Kittery selects three area nonprofits to receive the store’s proceeds. Great Bay Services

was one of the recipients for July, along with The Krempels Center and Victoria’s Victory Foundation. Each organization received a generous check for $7,500. Great Bay Services also recently received a $1,000 donation from Sprague Energy. Sprague is committed to helping the environment - a mission shared by Great Bay Services with their Outdoor Discovery Program. Other recent corporate donors to GBS include Webster at Rye and Stewart Property Management. Any families with loved ones searching for adult services in New Hampshire or Maine are welcome to contact Great Bay Services at 603-8425344.


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~ Ask The Computer Lady ~

Dear Computer Lady, How do you remove (get rid of) the activity log on Facebook? I enjoy playing GSN slot games often and was shocked to see it being tracked on my Facebook activity. I am fairly new to Facebook and do not appreciate this activity showing on Facebook for everyone to see. Thank you for your response, Sar Dear Sar, When you log into your account in Facebook, you can see your activity log, but you cannot view anyone else’s activity log. The same thing is true for other facebook users.

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They will be able to see their own activity log, but they will not be able to see yours. Here is what Facebook has to say about the activity log: “The activity log is a tool for you to review and manage what you’ve personally shared on Facebook and only you can see it.” You can actually use your activity log to manage your timeline (which other people can see) and remove things that you don’t want to be public. Elizabeth

mark in front of it if you are getting emails every time they post. Just click on that check mark to turn it off, and you will no longer get notifications every time they post. Elizabeth

Dear Computer Lady, How can I stop Facebook from sending me an email whenever my friends post something on Facebook? Joyce

Dear Computer Lady, Thank you for your very informative and helpful newsletter. I upgraded to Win10 and now my computer can’t keep up with my typing. Is there a setting somewhere? I am a very fast typist but this has got me so very frustrated – it doesn’t seem to always read the letters and sometimes hangs up on a letter or two. Can you help? Thank you, Cathy from Ireland

Dear Joyce, You can easily control when Facebook sends you an email alert and when it doesn’t. Let’s take a look: First, log into Facebook, and click on the page of a friend you want to change settings for. At the top of the page, to the right of your friend’s name, is a small box that says, “Friends” with a check mark in front of it, and a triangle after. Click on that triangle to access a drop-down list. The first item on the dropdown list is, “Get Notifications” You should have a check

Dear Cathy, I don’t think it is a setting that is slowing your computer down. It is probably either a driver, or some process running in the background that is having problems. Unfortunately, there is no quick and easy way to isolate the problem. But, there are a few things you can try if you are comfortable doing so. First, go to the website of your computer manufacturer and check to see if there are any new drivers available that have been optimized for Windows 10. Next, open the task manager (you

can access it by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del on your keyboard) and click on the “Startup” tab. You can disable a few startup items at a time, restart your computer and see if that makes a difference. It takes time, but you might be able to narrow it down to a single entry that is causing the problem. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I needed to update my Norton subscription, had trouble seeing if installed correctly, so called Norton. Person I spoke with said I have been hacked by Russian hackers and need to immediately get this corrected with a program that costs $299 per year. Told him I needed to think about it, he was adamant but I resisted his pressure. My question, do you take on this kind of pc problem? Thanks for your consideration to this matter. Jackie Dear Jackie, I don’t think you have been hacked by Russian hackers, I think you were almost conned by the person you were speaking to on the phone. Where did you get the phone number that you used to call Norton? I’m guessing it was an online search, and you actually called a number be-

longing to a scammer pretending to be Norton. Elizabeth PS: Jackie wrote back to tell me that she had googled “Norton Security” to find the phone number. It is a good thing she resisted the scammer’s pressure. Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. To submit a question, email her at elizabeth.boston@gmail.com. ...EVENTS from page 3 The 200 singers of Voices from the Heart celebrate singing with Big Heart on at 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at South Church, 292 State Street in Portsmouth. The concert will inspire hand-clapping African beat from American Gospel to South African A Cappella. Tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com and in person at RiverRun Bookstore, 32 Daniel Street in Portsmouth. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. FMI: Joanne Connolly at joannasing@aol.com.

Thursday, November 28 Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner

Hampton United Methodist Church, 525 L afayet te Road (Route 1), Hampton, cordially invites the community to a Free Thanksgiving Dinner. Free parking and the building is accessible to all. FMI: 603-926-2702 or hamptonumc@myfairpoint.com.

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