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Dava Sobel: Celebrated Writer at Music Hall PORTSMOUTH On Wednesday, December 7, The Music Hall will welcome the New York Times best-selling author and science journalist Dava Sobel to its Writers in the Loft series. Sobel will discuss her latest book, “The Glass Universe: How the Ladies of the Harvard Observatory Took the Measure of the Stars,� in which she recounts the little-known true story of a group of women whose remarkable work over many decades made enormous contributions to the burgeoning field of astronomy, and forever changed our understanding of the stars and our place in the universe. The 7 p.m. event includes an author presentation and moderated Q+A, plus book signing and meet-and-greet. It will be held at the Music Hall

Loft at 131 Congress Street, in downtown Portsmouth. In the mid-nineteenth century, the Harvard College Observatory began employing women as calculators, or “human computers,� to interpret the observations made via telescope by their male counterparts each night. At the outset this group included the wives, sisters, and daughters of resident astronomers, but by the 1880s the female corps included graduates of new women’s colleges - Vassar, Wellesley, and Smith. As photography transformed the practice of astronomy, the ladies turned to studying the stars, capturing them nightly on glass photographic plates. These women made extraordinary discoveries that attracted worldwide acclaim

Dava Sobel and her latest book, “The Glass Universe� (inset).

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Hampton’s Toy Soldiers Take Posts on Park Avenue for Holidays HAMPTON Hampton’s toy soldiers are again at their posts for the holiday season. The brightly painted soldiers are standing at at-

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tention all along Park Avenue. A wooden soldier greets visitors at the Tuck Museum. The guardhouse is a perfect place for a holiday selfie with two of the smiling soldiers. Louis Dubois is the soldiers’ creator. He made the soldiers in the mid-1980s under the sponsorship of the Hampton Chamber of Commerce, where his daughter, Judy, worked. Remembering the project, Judy says, “Mary Knightly, a friend of mine who still lives in Hampton, served as the model. We had her lay on big sheets of paper on the floor and we traced around her. She was tiny and the perfect size! “We worked on the soldiers for several years,� Judy continues. “I remember painting them in a very cold Chamber of Commerce office at the beach in November.� In addition to Judy’s father and her friend Mary, another friend, Carol Shine Simard, also from Hampton,

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vided stars into categories for further research, and found a way to measure distance across space by starlight. Elegantly written and enriched by excerpts from letters, diaries, and memoirs, the book showcases the hidden history of a group of remarkable women who, through hard work and groundbreaking discovery, disproved the commonly held belief that gentler sex had little to contribute to science. The ticket package is $44 ($42 for members). The package includes a reserved seat, a hardcover copy of the book, a bar beverage, and book signing meet-and-greet. Packages can be purchased through The Music Hall Box Office, 28 Chestnut Street, over the phone at 603-436-2400, or online at www.themusichall.org.

An Evening with Sy Montgomery RYE The Seacoast Science Center and Rye Public Library will present an evening with Sy Montgomery, author of “The Soul of an Octopus,� on Thursday, December 8, 7-9 p.m. at the Seacoast Science Center. Sy will share her intimate encounters with Athena the octopus. Attendees will discover the emotional and physical world of the octopus—a surprisingly complex, intelligent, and spirited creature—and the remarkable connection it made with her. With a central brain the size of an African grey parrot and neural matter in each of its eight arms, octopuses have varied personalities and an intelligence they show in a myriad of ways. Endless trickery to get food and escape enclosures, jetting water playfully to bounce objects like balls, evading their caretakers by using a scoop net as a trampoline, running around the

floor on eight arms. But with a beak like a parrot, venom like a snake, and a tongue covered with teeth, how can such a being know anything? And what sort of thoughts could it think? Scientists are only recently establishing the intelligence of the octopus, watching them solve problems and deciphering the meaning of their color-changing camouflage techniques. Montgomery chronicles this growing scientific appreciation of the octopus, but also tells a love story. Entertaining, touching, and profound, “The Soul of an Octopus� ultimately reveals what octopuses can teach us about the nature and consciousness of the mind. Sy Montgomery is a naturalist, documentary scriptwriter, and author of twenty books of nonfiction, including a national bestseller, the memoir See OCTOPUS page 6...

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December Concerts With Soprano Maria Ferrante

DOVER/PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Pro Musica will present two holiday concerts during the second weekend of December. The main work, a setting of “Gloria� by French composer Francis Poulenc (18991963), will feature international soprano Maria Ferrante, the 50member Portsmouth Pro Musica chorus with organ accompaniment by Robert Littlefield. The first concert will be held Friday, December 9 at 8 pm at St. Mary’s Church, 25 Third Street, Dover. The second performance will take place on Sunday, December 11 at 3 pm at North Church, 2 Congress Street, Portsmouth. Portsmouth Pro Musica’s Artistic Director Priscilla Stevens French chose “Gloria� as a fresh and original piece that is not often performed due to its degree of difficulty. “‘Gloria’ premiered at the Boston Symphony Orchestra by the BSO and Chorus Pro Musica of Back Bay under the direction of Charles Munch in 1961,� explains Ms. French. “It is a challenging but wonderful piece.� Soprano Maria Ferrante

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maintains a full schedule of performances on both the local and international stage. Her name has become familiar to audiences world over. As a winner of the Mario Lanza Voice Competition, Maria won acclaim from the Washington Post and the Boston Phoenix. Richard Dyer of the Boston Globe has called her “A true singing actress.â€? Maria’s performances have delighted audiences from New York to the Virgin Islands, Prague, Japan, Geneva and London as well as such local venues as Jordan Hall and Sanders Theater. Some of her operatic roles include CioCio-San (‘Madama Butterfly’), Desdemona (‘Otello’), Liu (‘Turandot’), Violetta (‘La Traviata’), Despina (‘Cosi Fan Tutte’), Pamina (‘Die ZauberflĂśte’), and Gretel (‘Hänsel und Gretel’). Maria appeared live on WGBHTV as Sacerdotessa in Verdi’s Aida. She commemorated The Goethe Institute of Boston’s 250th Gala Celebration with Xavier de Maistre, solo harpist with the Vienna Philharmonic. Advance tickets for both concerts are $12 general ad-

HAMPTON Christmas crafters were busy making ornaments to decorate the Tuck Museum, 40 Park Ave, Hampton, for the Holiday Open House to be held Sunday, December 4, at 1 p.m. Shari Garrett-Miller, a designer in paper crafts and instructor, unleashed the group’s creativity and a variety of ornaments resulted. More

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mission and $10 for seniors/ students. Tickets will also be available at the door for $15 general admission and $12 seniors/ students. Tickets are available at The Flower Kiosk, 61 Market St., Portsmouth; Philbrick’s Fresh Market, 775 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth; Napoli Market & Deli, 261 South St., Portsmouth; Water Street Bookstore, 125 Water St., Exeter, and Ear Craft Music, 432 Central Ave., Dover. Advance tickets can also be purchased from chorus members and online at PortsmouthProMusica.org.

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PORTSMOUTH/ DOVER/EXETER Vocal chamber chorus Amare Cantare will sing ‘NoĂŤl’ on Saturday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Portsmouth, on Sunday, December 11 at 3 p.m. in Dover, and on Wednesday, December 14 at 7:30 p.m. in Exeter. This all a cappella program encompasses works from a variety of periods, featuring five of Ola Gjeilo’s fresh and original arrangements of wellloved Christmas carols. The program also includes works by some of the most famous Renaissance composers, such as William Byrd and Orlando di Lasso, along with the lesser known Felice Anerio and Jacob Handl. Works by contemporary composers Angelina Figus, Carol Barnett, and John Joubert will also be performed. “The human voice is the original instrument and there is perhaps nothing as moving as the music made when voices are joined together in song,â€? notes Catherine Beller-McKen-

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~ Arts & Enterainment ~ Rock My Soul Holiday Concert DOVER Rock My Soul and its “sister group”, The RMS Five, will perform their Rockin’ Holiday Concert Sunday, December 18 at 5 p.m. at St. John’s Methodist Church, 28 Cataract Ave. Every year, The RMS Five and Rock My Soul put on holiday concerts throughout New England. “We’re influenced by gospel, blues, doo wop, and R&B,” says Dawn Boyer, founder and director of both groups. “Those influences make their way into our harmonies and our arrangements as we put our own stamp on them. No one else that we know of does quite what we do. We have a great time, and our audiences love the style of our music. It’s uplifting. Familes now make it an annual tradition to come to our shows.” Songs will range from “gospelized” versions of familiar tunes such as “White Christmas”, an Aretha Franklin-inspired arrangement of “Joy to the World,” “Behold That Star” to the Louis Armstrong-influenced “’Zat You, Santa Claus?” In contrast to the high-energy sound are introspective carols, such as a Temptations-inspired arrangement of “Silent Night”. New songs added to the repertoire

include “Merry Christmas, Baby”, “Rise Up Shepherd and Follow,” audience favorite “O Holy Night” and an R&B, raise-the-rafters version of “Boogie Woogie Santa Claus”. “This year’s show will have new songs in the repertoire that we’re excited about,” says Boyer. “And our horn section will be back to help us pull out all the stops.” Featured soloists for the evening will include Dan Allard, Dawn Boyer, Jody Dugrenier, Chris George, Alex Krauth, Terry Olson, and Tina Weinberger. The Rock My Soul band, including Mike Effenberger on keyboards, Brett Hartenbach and Bob Halperin on guitar, Victor Love on bass, Joe Rogers on drums, and special guests Zach Lange on trumpet and Matt Langley on saxophone, will accompany the group. Due to the groups’ popularity, advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended. Tickets are $15 general admission/$10 seniors 65+. All tickets at the door are $20. Kids 12 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased online at www. projectmusicworks.org, or by calling 207-450-8016. CDs, merchandise and refreshments will also be available for sale at the concert.

Roseann Meserve, Artist of Month

HAMPTON The Hampton Arts Network December artist of the month is Roseann Meserve. Her exhibit will be shown at the Hampton Town Hall, 100 Winnacunnet Road. A member of the Seacoast Art Association and the Hampton Arts Network, Meserve has won numerous awards. Her artwork may be viewed during regular business hours until December 30. Her painting, “91 Black Birches Winter Stillness”, is pictured left. FMI: www.hamptonartsnetwork.org.

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” At The Music Hall PORTSMOUTH The Music Hall and the Ogunquit Playhouse are thrilled to announce the stars of the beloved Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast,” on stage at The Music Hall’s Historic Theater in Portsmouth, November 30 - December 18. This lavish production will sweep audiences away as the eye-popping spectacle comes to life with stunning sets and costumes, and dazzling production numbers. “Beauty and the Beast” has won the hearts of millions of people worldwide, running for 13 years on Broadway and earning nine Tony nominations, including Best Musical.

Starring in the lead roles are Catherine Charlebois as Belle and Jason Michael Evans as Beast. Ms. Charlebois recently performed in the hit musical “Wicked” as Nessarose, both on Broadway and for the National Tour. She has also performed in many regional theatres across the US in such shows as “Steel Magnolias” and “Fiddler on the Roof”. Mr. Evans has also performed in New York City and regional theatres across the US. His credits include “Passion”, “On Your Toes with Encores!” at NY City Center, “Bye Bye Birdie”, “South Pacific”, and “Meet Me in St. Louis.” The classic story tells of

Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed back to his former self. Otherwise, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity. Beauty and the Beast is part of Vintage Christmas in Portsmouth, a month-long celebration of the season that is presented by The Music Hall and Strawbery Banke Museum. For more information and tickets, see www.vintagechristmasnh. org. The Music Hall is located at 28 Chestnut Street.

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Usually I get a warning my backup external drive is almost full, and I have to manually delete older files. Thanks, Sam Dear Sam, There is a way of automatically having the computer delete older backups when it creates new one. All you have to do is have the right backup program. My favorite local backup program is Acronis True Image. The reason I like is because Acronis has all kinds of options for backing up. Using Acronis, you can set backup size limits, or limit the number of older backups you want to keep. You can make a full backup image of your hard drive (if you have space) or just select the files and folders you want to backup. You can set more than one backup plan to run automatically, you can even backup to more than one location. No matter what kind of backup you choose, you can always use Acronis to recover any or all of the files and folders in the backup. Acronis will work with any external hard drive, you have or purchase in the future. I hope this helps you with your backup. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, What is Chrome, and

should I download it to my Windows 10 computer? If so, what benefits would it give me, and where do I go to get it? Thank you, Janice Dear Janice, Chrome is a web browser just like Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. It is basically a program that reads the code in web pages and displays them for you to read and explore. It is a good idea to have a second web browser on your computer, just in case you have problems with the first one, you can use the second to research and download files. Other than that, which web browser you use is just personal preference. You would download Chrome from Google at: https://www. google.com/chrome/. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I really enjoy your newsletter and hope you can help me. I have been using Picasa for years to edit photos and then post on a listing to Etsy and a couple of other online stores. It has been very easy to use. Now, all of a sudden my unedited photos are showing up on etsy instead of the edited photos. Picasa does not seem to have a help desk and their user forum has tried to help but

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People and Business Profiles

Chase Home Receives $5,000 from Charitable Foundation PORTSMOUTH Chase Home was recently awarded $5,000 to support its Independent Living Program for older teens, which helps them successfully transition to self-sufficiency as adults. According to Executive Director Meme Wheeler, one of the primary objectives within the program is to help youth receive the education, training, and services necessary to obtain employment or enter post-secondary training and educational institutions. “We also provide personal and emotional support through mentors both within and outside of Chase Home,” she adds. Chase Home Board President Rob Levey referred to the $5,000 grant award from the Newburyport Five Cents Savings Charitable Foundation as

“a big boost.” “We are still in the initial start-up phase of the program, so this financial contribution has come at the best time for us,” he said. “We are very grateful for the support from the Newburyport Five Cents Savings Charitable Foundation. They understand our program and have made a very serious investment.” President and CEO of Newburyport Five Cents Saving Bank, Janice C. Morse applauded Chase Home’s nearly 140 years of work on the Seacoast. “The organization’s commitment to serving our youth and their families is admirable and we take pride in being able to assist in their mission,” she says. To learn more, visit www. chasehome.org.

Calypso Communications Expands Partnership with Leadership Seacoast PORTSMOUTH Calypso Communications, an integrated creative and public relations studio, recently expanded its partnership with Leadership Seacoast, a local organization committed to the development of informed and active community leaders. Leadership Seacoast selected Calypso to create and execute an integrated social media and public relations campaign designed to increase community awareness, attract additional sponsorship, and leverage regional media coverage. “Calypso has always been a great partner for our organization because the team focuses on return on investment in a way that most agencies do not,” says Jennifer Wheeler, Executive Director, Leadership Seacoast. “That’s why we wanted to expand our relationship to

Discover Portsmouth Welcomes New Manager PORTSMOUTH Cynthia Novotny uses the word “love” a lot. She loves her new job at Discover Portsmouth, where she runs the Museum Shop. She loves Portsmouth and its history. “Don’t you love this?” Cynthia says, picking up a new mug with images from the Port City. She has spent months stocking the nonprofit gift shop for the holiday season. Everything is hand picked. “We have items on consignment from 41 creative local people,” she says with pride. She points to a growing collection of books focused on the Portsmouth region, written by Seacoast authors. Children’s author/illustrators Matt Taveras (December 3) and Katy Bratun (December 10) will make appearances reading their latest books as part of the upcoming 26th Annual Gingerbread House Contest at Discover Portsmouth. “I especially love our motto – We tell Portsmouth stories. That’s how I see this store. I can tell stories through my shop.” Cynthia steps to a table full of items related to John Paul Jones and the city’s rich maritime heritage. Her latest children’s t-shirt depicts the outline of a tall ship that

glows in the dark. Cynthia was born into a retail family. She’s comfortable in the world of marketing, inventory, and accounting. She holds a degree in Fashion Merchandising from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. “My grandmother was in the fashion business in the Berkshires. I was cleaning out stock rooms at age 16,” she says. Cynthia hails from New York, via South Carolina, and most recently, from Newburyport, Portsmouth’s sister harbor. It was there that Cynthia caught the history bug. She began visiting historic houses and absorbing history books. She has successfully managed nonprofit museum shops in Newburyport, Wenham, and Marblehead. Cynthia and her husband live in York, Maine. The challenge at Discover Portsmouth – and the joy, she says – is appealing to the diverse group of people who flow into the building seven days a week. Some come to see the latest art exhibit in the Academy Gallery. The brick building to one side was built as a school in 1810. It also served as the city library for 100 years. Residents also stream past the

visitor desk and gift shop en route to meetings and lectures upstairs. Some just hang out. “It’s like an old-fashioned general store,” Cynthia says. “People pop by to see what’s going on in town or chat about the news.” Others are wholly new to the city, lured by the its reputation as a heritage and cultural destination. They cluster at the information desk seeking tips, tours, and directions. They watch a Portsmouth orientation film in a tiny theater, unaware that it once led to the office of city historian Dorothy Vaughan, who worked here for 53 years. That atmosphere is like nowhere else, Cynthia adds. Tourists and locals mingle at Discover Portsmouth. The outsiders get the inside scoop. “The people in Portsmouth are so friendly, and the volunteers are so dedicated and well-informed. This is the most amazing place I have ever walked into,” says the new shop manager. “I love coming to work. My hope when I come into a new endeavor, has always been that I leave it a little better than when I started.” For more information, call 603-436-8433 or visit PortsmouthHistory.org.

include more social media and public relations strategies. It has already helped to increase our enrollment, and as a result helped us to further our mission.” Calypso works closely with a variety of clients across a wide array of industries, including energy, healthcare, higher education, and not-for-profits. For Leadership Seacoast, Calypso designed a number of recruitment campaigns, built a content creation calendar, and utilized social media to expand its reach with alumni, potential candidates, and other community cohorts. All social efforts have been complemented by a traditional media drive that includes optimizing the agency’s extensive network of contacts with regional media and business trade publications. “Similar to many of our

clients, Leadership Seacoast and Calypso have enjoyed a successful partnership for more than 10 years,” says Angela Carter, SVP and Chief Operating Officer, Calypso Communications. “Our expanded relationship allows us to provide a greater level of support and thought leadership to an incredible organization that continues to positively impact the communities where we live and work.” Founded in 1988, Leadership Seacoast boasts 30 years of achievement educating future leaders. Calypso Communications is a premier, award-winning strategic marketing, corporate communications, and business development consultancy with locations in Portsmouth and Portland, ME. For more information, visit https:// calypsocom.com.

Doctor Receives Certification PORTSMOUTH Dr. William Sutherland of Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine recently received his training and certification in MAKOplasty Partial Knee Resurfacing, an innovative procedure in knee replacement surgery using robotic assistance. He received the certification this October at the Stryker Headquarters in Mahwah, New Jersey. The MAKOplasty approach is designed to relieve pain caused by joint degeneration in patients with osteoarthritis. Now available at York Hospital in York, ME, the joint replacement surgery is powered by the RIO Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System, a precise method that allows surgeons to spare patients’ healthy bone and tissue while securing an implant for improved mobility. Other benefits of the minimally invasive procedure include: rapid recovery and minimal hospitalization, less scarring, resurfacing of the knee joint, and a smaller incision during surgery. Dr. Sutherland, a BoardCertified physician at Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, specializes in spine surgery and joint replacement, including: the treatment of

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herniated discs, spinal stenosis, knee surgery and replacement, hip surgery and replacement, arthroscopic surgery, arthritis treatment, sports injuries and general orthopaedic surgery. He is a member of the North American Spine Society and New England Spine Study Group. He is also certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons and in the iFuse Implant Procedure, a spine fusion technique. For more information, visit www.atlanticorthopaedics.org, or call the Portsmouth clinic at 603-431-1121.


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~ News ~ Cornerstone VNA Recognized National Caregivers and Alzheimer’s Awareness Month ROCHESTER Cornerstone VNA recently celebrated the tenacity and kind-heartedness of caregivers during the month of November, which was recognized as National Caregivers Month. Cornerstone VNA hosted a special Caregivers Connect event at the Portsmouth Public Library, focused on caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s. Caregivers Connect is a new initiative launched by Cornerstone VNA that provides community education programs to assist individuals in their caregiving roles. Generously underwritten by Federal Savings Bank, the event featured keynote speaker, A. Michael Bloom, author of The Accidental Caregiver’s Survival Guide: Your Roadmap to Caregiving without Regret and all attendees received a copy of Bloom’s book. There were special presentations by Ann Marie Olsen-Hayward, LICSW, Geriatric Psychiatry, Frisbie Memorial Hospital and Jenna Arsenault, RN, MSW, Behavioral Health Nurse, Cornerstone VNA. The event con-

cluded with a panel discussion where caregivers were encouraged to ask questions. Trained staff from Cornerstone VNA also provided on-site respite care for loved ones of caregivers who attended the event. In addition to supporting community caregivers, Cornerstone VNA provides educational opportunities for professional caregivers as well. Earlier this year, Cornerstone VNA received a grant from the Lisa Gelfand Family Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation in the amount of $5,000. Thanks to this generous grant award, two lead staff members, Jenna Arsenault, RN and Sandy Powers, RN attended a comprehensive Alzheimer's Association "train the trainer" program. Arsenault and Powers received the tools they needed to bring the program back to Cornerstone VNA and train all Licensed Nursing Assistants and Personal Care Service Providers. The nine week training course will enable Cornerstone VNA staff to provide improved care to their patients and support for

caregivers. Further recognizing the importance of caregivers, Cornerstone VNA chose an exemplary caregiver to receive the 2016 Cornerstone Award at a recent event. Janet Young of Dover is a loving wife and dedicated to her mission to having her husband at home. She received this special award for being a wonderful caregiver and recognizing the importance of taking time for herself, which is essential for all caregivers in order to maintain their overall health and well-being. “Janet is a perfect example of a successful caregiver because she makes sure to ‘Take Care to Give Care’, which is the 2016 theme of the National Family Caregivers Month,” states Janice Howard, Life Care Private Duty Director. Howard continues, “Janet affords herself the opportunity to recharge by meeting up with friends or taking a walk while her husband is being cared for by our staff.” For more information, visit www.cornerstonevna. orgor call 1-800-691-1133 x 108.

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~ Calendar of Events ~ Saturday, December 10

Lane Memorial Library

Festival of Trees

Hometown Holiday Party

Watercolor Exhibit “Spirit of the Seashore”

Saturday, December 3 Holiday Craft Fair Hosted by the Somersworth Festival Association. Browse through 150+ fine crafters from NH, ME and MA. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Somersworth High School. Plenty of free parking, handicap accessible. FMI: Sue at 603-692-5869 or nhfestivals.org.

Breakfast with St. Nicholas At St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Llearn about the tradition of St Nicholas, whose feast day is December 6. $4 per child under 12; $8 adults or $20 for family. Shop the Christmas Market of Crafts including the popular “Santa-Cam” ornament. St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 5 Hale St, Dover. Handicapped accessible. FMI: 603742-3155.

Shop Downtown Dover from 6-9 p.m. Why go to the mall when everything you need for the holidays is right downtown? Visit with Santa. Each store will offer activities and raffles to keep the holiday cheer going.

Sunday, December 11 Breakfast at St. Martin’s The public is invited to a breakfast buffet from 8 to 11 a.m. at St Martin’s Church Hall on the corner of West High and Maple Streets in Somersworth. The price for adults can’t be beat at $6; children ages 7-15, $2.50 and children under 7, free. The Parish Hall is a handicapped accessible facility via the elevator located in the vestibule.

The DaPonte String Quratet Holiday Concert “ElectricAlleluia!” is the theme for this annual concert, held at 3 p.m. at Second Congregational Church, Newcastle. The concert will feature the music of Antonio Vivaldi, Leonard Cohen, Kirsten Monke, Randall Thompson, Rebecca Clarke, and Giovanni Gabrielli. FMI: www.daponte.org.

DOVER Deputy City Manager and Community Services Director Doug Steele and Police Chief Anthony F. Colarusso, Jr. have announced that the citywide winter parking ban is in effect, concluding April 1, 2017. The ban requires that no vehicle be parked on any city street or sidewalk between the hours of 1-6 a.m., and is not limited to nights with snow in the forecast. Vehicles may park in city controlled parking lots and the garage during this time without the need for a parking permit; however, the daytime rules of each particular parking lot need to be adhered to. “Keeping parked vehicles off the roads during the winter months is critical to giving Public Works crews proper access,” Colarusso said. All City parking lots have specific areas where overnight parking is allowed during the winter months. Drivers should look for signs in the lots indicating which rows are available. There is no overnight parking in any public parking spaces in the Orchard Street parking lot. Overnight parking is available in the parking garage. Vehicles found in violation of the winter parking ban will be issued a $15 parking ticket. Vehicles interfering with snow removal may be towed. The city will also enact an emergency parking ban for the downtown area, when needed, to facilitate snow removal. The emergency parking ban will be announced by 3 p.m. each evening and take

effect at 1 a.m. the following morning. When the emergency parking ban is in effect, any car parked on a downtown street will be towed. Notification of the emergency parking ban will be conducted through local media, the City of Dover website, cable channel 22 and Dover Download. “Late-night workers leaving their cars along the road until the early morning hours had been a major problem for years,” Steele said. “Use of the emergency parking ban for the past few winters when we had repeated heavy snowstorms really paid off.” Streets included in the emergency parking ban area are: Chestnut Street; Main Street; Chapel Street; School Street; First Street; Second Street; Locust Street from Washington to Silver Street; Washington Street from Belknap to River Street; Central Avenue from Sixth Street to Silver Street; Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth streets (Central to Chestnut); Henry Law Avenue from Central Avenue to George Street; Broadway from Central Avenue to St. John Street; Hale Street; St. Thomas Street from Central to Locust Street; Locust Street from Hale Street to Washington Street. Downtown restaurants, bars and other late night business are encouraged to sign up for e-mail notifications of emergency parking bans by contacting the Parking Bureau at parking@dover.nh.gov or by calling 603-516-2277.

~ Library News ~

Friday, December 2 St. Thomas Episcopal Church is participating in Festival of Trees at the Rivermill at Dover Landing, 2 Washington St (mill behind the Children’s Museum). Their tree is decorated in things related to St. Nicholas with a value of over $600. From 4-8 p.m.; admission is free.

Citywide Winter Parking Ban

Local watercolor artist Peg Duffin will be exhibiting a collection of paintings entitled “Spirit of the Seashore” in the downstairs Weston Gallery at the Lane Memorial Library from December 7 through the end of the month. Duffin has been a member of Seacoast Art Association for over 20 years, is a founding member of the Hampton Art Network. Duffi n operates her gallery, Art and Soul, as well as teaches watercolor techniques from her home in Hampton. Her art has been published and used several times for local fundraisers. Her painting “Blue Door,” for example, has been used several times by Exeter Hospital Oncology Dept as both the cover to their fundraiser calendar and for the Center of Cancer Care patient handbook in 2007. The painting also appeared in the Northeast Cancer Newsletter in New Hampshire in that same year. Duffi n will host an artist reception and talk about her work at the library Monday, December 12 at 6:30 p.m. All are invited.

Winter Wonderland Community Craft Fair & Bake Sale Held on December 10 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Gift wrapping fundraiser, December 12-17. The Winter Cherries: A Holiday Family Concert with Odds Bodkin December 15, 6:30 p.m. with beautiful music on 12-string guitars and Celtic harp. Book Groups will meet throughout the month. Teen programs, art projects, films and story times occur throughout the month as well.

For More Information

Call the library at 603-926-3368 or visit www.hampton.lib.nh.us.

South Berwick Public Library Author Joyce Lovely Talk Wells resident Joyce Lovely has written a memoir “Ice Cream, Gasmasks and God”, about her life growing up in World War II England and the post-war years. December 7 at 7 p.m.

For More Information Call the library at 207-384-3308 or visit www.south-berwick.lib.me.us.

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~ News ~

LuLaRoe Consultants to Hold Fundraiser

PORTSMOUTH Twelve local LuLaRoe consultants are joining together to hold a fundraiser for Families First Health & Support Center. LuLaRoe is a clothing line designed for women of all ages, sizes, and shapes. On Saturday, December 10, shoppers will be able to browse dresses, leggings, cardigans, kimonos and more. Between $3 and $6 will be donated to Families First for each item sold. Everyone who donates an item will be entered to win a “year of leggings” (12 pairs of leggings). Families First will be onsite to collect donations of gift cards (gas, grocery, pharmacy), diapers (size 4 & 5), and other items.

The event will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Best Western in Portsmouth, near the traffic circle. Families First Health and Support Center is a nonprofit

community health center providing a variety of health care needs. FMI: 603-422-8208 or FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org. The “How to Help” section contains a complete item wish list.

Hampton Historical Society Holiday Open House HAMPTON The Hampton Historical Society is hosting its Holiday Open House 1-3 p.m Sunday, December 4, at the Tuck Museum, 40 Park Avenue. Mingle and share holiday cheer as refreshments and music complement dazzling holiday decorations. Take the opportunity to

see the exhibit celebrating the history of the Hampton Historical Society as well as the exhibit honoring Ruth Stimson for her life-long accomplishments. Visit the historic barn to view the holiday tree with handmade ornaments, participate in a make-and-take craft project, and enjoy a warm

drink from the hot chocolate bar. Expect a visit from Santa, who will be happy to have his picture taken with you. The Hampton Historical Society educates the public on Hampton’s history and cultural heritage through the Tuck Museum, a new research center, educational programs and community outreach.

51st Annual Christmas Fair GREENLAND Community Congregational Church of Greenland will hold its 51st annual Christmas Fair on Saturday, December 3 from 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Greenland Parish House on Post Road, Route 151 in Greenland Center. There is no admission for this community holiday event. It will feature two floors of merchandise and activities including: Cookie

Walk, handcrafted gifts, a visit from Santa and auctions. The Church is a familiar landmark at the corner of Route 151 and Portsmouth Avenue. The church is a founding congregation of the Seacoast Family Promise, runs a weekly food pantry, and is involved in a number of mission efforts. For details, call 603-4368336 or visit www.communitychurchofgreenland.org.

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for a number of years, then went into retirement in Susan Erwin’s barn. Betty Moore, executive director of the Tuck Museum, discovered them 5 years ago. Since then, the soldiers have been celebrating Christmas and the New Year with the Hampton Historical Society. Recently, Betty and Historical Society vice president Karen Raynes spruced up the wooden soldiers in the museum workshop for their 2016-2017 appearance. Betty’s husband Ben, a Hampton Historical board member, installed the soldiers for all to enjoy now through mid-January.

“The Good Good Pig.” The recipient of numerous honors, including lifetime achievement awards from the Humane Society and the New England Booksellers Association, she lives in New Hampshire with her husband. Tickets are $15 for nonmembers, $10 for Seacoast Science Center and Rye Library members. A limited number of books for $16.99 will be available for purchase and signing during the event. The Seacoast Science Center is located at 570 Ocean Blvd, Rye. For more information and reservations call 603-436-8043 or visit www. seacoastsciencecenter.org.

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