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Marketing the Lakes Region of New Hampshire 365 Days a Year!

EVENTS BULLETIN – October 1 - 8, 2009 
 Corn
Maze
 Moulton
Farm
‐
18
Quarry
Road,
Meredith
NH
03253
 Corn
Maze
opens
on
Thursday,
September
14,
2009
‐
Open
Daily.
Beginning
the
weekend
of
September
26
‐
Free
tractor
rides
 on
Saturdays
and
Sundays
10‐3
Fall
Festival
scheduled
for
October
18th
11‐3.
Make
it
a
family
adventure!
Adults
$5
/Children
 $3
www.moultonfarm.com
 
 Corn
Maze
 Beans
&
Greens
Farmstand
‐
245
Intervale
Road
(Rotue
11B),
Gilford
NH
03249
 Opening
Sept
18
‐
daily
10‐5pm.
September
25th
the
maze
will
open
for
evening
hours
(weather
permitting).
Watch
our
 website
or
call
for
details
and
times/dates.
www.beansandgreensfarm.com
 
 Back
to
School
Paddle
Adventure
Special
 Adventure
Gorge
Canopy
Tour
of
White
Mountain
Exploration
a
Tenney
Mt
‐
151
Tenney
Mountain
Road,
P
 Fri,
Sat,
Sun
through
October
3,
2009

 Take
the
family
for
an
afternoon
paddle
adventure
any
time
throughout
the
month
of
September
on
the
local
rivers
or
lakes
for
 only
$200.
Price
includes
transportation
to
and
from
water,
a
personal
guide,
kayak,
life
jacket
&
any
other
equipment.
This
 offers
are
good
only
on
new
reservations,
first
come
first
serve
basis
and
subject
to
availability.
Call
now
for
your
reservations.
 888‐289‐1020
toll
free;
603‐536‐4100
locally
www.whitemountainexploration.com
 
 $1
for
25%
Off
Pink
Card
 Tanger
Outlet
Center
‐
120
Laconia
Rd.,
Tilton,
NH
03276
 Sept
21
‐
Oct
20,
2009
 Tanger's
national
commitment
to
fighting
cancer
will
continue
in
2009.
You
can
join
us
in
the
fight
against
breast
cancer
by
 purchasing
a
Tanger
25%
Off
Pink
Card.
The
card
is
only
$1
and
saves
you
25%
off
a
single
item
at
a
single
store.
Purchase
 multiple
cards
and
save
more
during
your
shopping
excursion.
All
funds
will
be
donated
to
the
LRGHealthcare
Digital
 Mammography
Campaign.
603.286.7880
www.tangeroutlet.com/tilton
 
 Designer
Showhouse
to
benefit
the
Boys
&
Girls
Club
of
the
Lakes
Region
 Friday,
October
02,
2009
10:00
AM
~
5:00
PM
 Meredith
Bay,
Laconia,
NH
‐
421
Endicott
Street,
Laconia,
NH
03426
 September
19
‐
October
18th
 Wed‐Sunday
&
Columbus
Day
Mon,
10am‐5pm
 Designer
Show
House
will
be
the
creation
of
some
of
the
best
designers
in
New
England.
Each
designer
will
have
a
mission
&
 theme.
This
event
is
being
held
to
benefit
the
Boys
and
Girls
Club
of
the
Lakes
Region.
Your
admission
fee
will
help
the
club
 realize
their
mission
of
creating
a
safe
place
for
children!
$15
in
advance
$20
at
the
door
603.528.0197
 www.nhshowhouse.com
 
 Live
Music
 Giuseppe's
Pizzeria
‐
Mill
Falls
Marketplace,
Route
3,
Meredith
NH
03253
 Live
music
7
nights
a
week.
www.giuseppesnh.com
(603)279‐3313
 
 Morbid
Mountain
­
Halloween
Screamfest
and
Haunted
Hayride
 Gunstock
Mountain
resort
‐
719
Cherry
Valley
Road,
Gilford,
NH
03249
 Fridays
and
Saturdays,
Oct
2
‐
Oct
31
 Morbid
Mountain
Return
in
October.
Halloween
Screamfest
and
Haunted
Hayride
open
October
2
‐
31.
Carnival
of
Corpes
‐
3D
 Indoor
Maze
Hospital
of
Horrors
‐
Outdoor
Maze
Nightmare
Knoll
‐
Haunted
Hayride
New
for
2009
‐
Swamp
Walk
Open
 Fridays
and
Saturdays
through
Halloween.
Visit
www.morbidmountain.com
for
more
information
on
the
haunts
and
more.
 Tickets
‐
$20
per
person
603‐293‐4341
www.gunstock.com
 
 
 



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 Fitown
 Get
a
Life
NH
‐
Lakes
Region
NH
 The
sky
is
above,
sun
is
shining
and
leaves
are
starting
to
turn.
Take
it
all
in
and
do
your
window
shopping
with
a
new
 Downtown
workout
that’s
tons
of
fun.
Meet
your
office
buddies
in
Downtown
Laconia
after
work
at
5:30
and
get
a
fabulous
 Fall
Outdoor
Workout
all
over
town
using
stairs,
park
benches,
bridges
and
sidewalk
curbs.
Easy
enough
for
everyone
to
 follow
and
challenging
enough
for
those
who
want
to
get
an
ultimate
workout.
Meeting
at
Rotary
Park
next
to
the
Town
Hall
 on
M
W
F
at
5:30.
All
you
bring
is
yourself,
friend,
sneakers,
water
and
towel.
Come
try
it
out.
For
more
information
contact
 Getalifenh.com
or
520‐6160
 
 Spooktacular
 Friday,
Saturday
and
Sunday
in
October
 Six
Gun
City
‐
Jefferson
NH
 This
October,
when
Fall
is
in
the
air
and
wolves
howl
at
the
full
moon,
a
new
Halloween
tradition
will
begin
in
the
White
 Mountains
of
New
Hampshire;
Ghost
Town
at
Six
Gun
City!
Every
Friday,
Saturday,
and
Sunday
in
October,
Six
Gun
City
will
be
 transformed
into
a
“spooktacular”
Halloween
adventure.
The
town
will
be
decorated
with
pumpkins,
corn
stalks,
and
 Halloween
décor,
and
will
be
eerily
lit
for
the
evening
hours.
Ghost
Town
will
offer
lots
of
kid‐friendly
activities
for
our
 younger
visitors
as
well
as
plenty
of
scarier
attractions
sure
to
provoke
screams
from
adults
and
teens.
Admission
to
Ghost
 Town
is
$19.95
for
ages
4
and
over,
under
age
4
are
free.
603‐586‐4592
www.ghosttownatsixguncity.com
 
 Live
Music
 Patrick's
Pub
&
Eatery
 Friday
&
Saturday
Nights.

Relax,

Eat,
Drink
and
Enjoy
the
friendly
atmosphere.
Listening
to
the
sounds
of
the
areas
best
 musicians
Starting
at
9:00pm.Never
a
Cover!

Junctions
Rts.
11
&
11B,
Gilford,
NH
03249
(603)
293‐0841


 www.patrickspub.com
 
 Belknap
Mill
"Harvest
of
Quilts"
Show
 Conference
Center
at
Lake
Opechee
Inn,
62
Doris
Ray
Court,
Laconia,
NH
 October
3
and
4,
10am
‐
5pm

 The
Belknap
Mill
Quilters
Guild
is
proud
to
host
its
32st
Annual
Harvest
of
Quilts
Show
October
3
and
4.
Special
exhibits
 include
a
collection
of
the
works
of
Sue
Weeks,
beaded
sashiko
enthusiast
and
expert
quilter.
Sue's
quilts
have
been
displayed
 in
Europe
and
in
the
Lowell
Quilt
Festival.
A
lovely
lunch
with
homemade
food
specialties
is
available.
Quilt
appraisals
will
be
 done
on
the
premises.
Appointments
are
recommended.
Contact
the
Guild
at
belknapmillquilters@yahoo.com.
In
addition
to
 many
quilts
on
display,
the
guild
will
have
demonstrations,
a
vendors
mall,
a
guild
table
with
handcrafted
gift
items,
a
raffle
 quilt,
a
penny
sale,
and
door
prizes.
Admission
$5.00
adult,
$3.00
student.
Free
parking,
air
conditioned,
bus
tours
welcome
 
 Scenic
Fall
Foliage
Excursions
 The
Winnipesaukee
Railroad
‐
154
Main
St.
Meredith,
NH
03253
 The
Winnipesaukee
Scenic
Railroad
offers
Round
Trip
Fall
Foliage
Season
Train
Excursions
along
the
shores
of
Lake
 Winnipesaukee
weekends
from
09/07
to
10/25
from
Meredith
Station.
154
Main
Street,
Meredith,
NH
03253
at
10:30,
12:30
 and
2:30
for
a
two
hour
excursion.
Departures
from
Weirs
Beach
are
hourly
starting
at
11:00
to
3:00.
with
a
choice
of
a
one
or
 two
hour
round
trip.
Hobo
Picnic
Lunch,
ice
cream,
beverages
&
gifts
available
aboard
the
train.
Adults
$14.00
/
Child
$11.00
 Hobo
Picnic
Lunch
$10.00
(
2
and
under
ride
free
).
Reservations
taken
only
for
groups
of
20
or
more.
For
information
or
to
 inquire
about
extra
trains
that
we
run
during
some
mid
week
days
call
(603)279‐5253.
www.foliagetrains.com
 
 17th
Annual
NH
Marathon
and
Craft
Fair
 Saturday,
October
03,
2009
 Newfound
Memorial
Middle
School
‐
Lake
Street
Bristol,
NH
03222
 The
events
for
the
Day
includes
Marathon,
10K,
5K
Judged
Race
Walk,
Health
Walk,
&
Craft
Show.
603‐744‐3335
 www.nhmarathon.com
 
 FROM
MEREDITH
FOLIAGE
DINNER
TRAINS
 Saturday,
October
03,
2009
 The
WIniipesaukee
Railroad
‐
154
Main
St.
Meredith,
NH
03253
 Dine
along
Lake
Winnipesaukee
on
Saturday
nights
only
on
9/19
through
10/24
at
5:00PM.
Enjoy
the
Fall
Foliage
as
you
 travel
the
shoreline
of
the
lake
while
enjoying
a
delicious
Turkey
Dinner
catered
by
the
famous
Harts
Turkey
Farm.
Adults
 $34.95
Reservations
Required.
Call
at
(603)745‐2135
or
in
season
at
(603)279‐5253.
www.foliagetrains.com
 
 
 



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 1st
Annual
Pink
Lace
Road
Race
 Saturday,
October
03,
2009
 Tanger
Outlet
Center
‐
120
Laconia
Rd.,
Tilton,
NH
03276
 On
your
mark,
get
set,
go
PINK!
Join
Tanger
Outlet
Center
in
Tilton
for
our
First
Annual
Pink
Lace
Road
Race
(5K
Run/Walk)
 on
Saturday,
October
3rd
beginning
at
8am.
For
more
information
about
this
event
or
to
register
as
a
participant,
please
call
 (603)
286‐7880
or
visit
Tanger
on
the
web
at
www.tangeroutlet.com/tilton.
Breast
cancer
fundraiser
to
benefit
 LRGHealthcare’s
Digital
Mammography
Campaign.
 
 Yard
sale,
hayrides
and
more!
 Saturday,
October
03,
2009
 Prescott
Farm
‐
884
White
Oaks
Rd.,
Laconia,
NH
03246
 Looking
for
something
fun
to
do
over
the
weekend?
Join
Prescott
Farm
on
Saturday,
October
3rd
from
9:00‐2:00pm
for
a
yard
 sale,
hayrides
and
more!
The
yard
sale
will
take
place
behind
the
farmhouse
inside
the
barn
located
on
884
White
Oaks
Rd.
in
 Laconia.
Some
items
that
will
be
sold
include;
clothing,
books,
office
equipment,
framed
pictures,
a
telescope
and
many
other
 unique
items.
Hayrides
will
be
offered
hourly,
begin
at
the
barn
and
cost
$2.00
per
person.
All
proceeds
will
support
Prescott
 Farm
Environmental
Education
Center.
For
more
information
on
this
event
contact
Prescott
Farm
at
 info@prescottconservancy.org.
Hope
to
see
you
there!
603‐366‐5695
www.prescottconservancy.org
 
 Harvest
Days
 Saturday,
October
03,
2009
 Canterbury
Shaker
Village,
288
Shaker
Rd.,
Canterbury,
NH
 A
celebration
of
the
harvest
and
of
community.
Take
a
horse
drawn
hayride,
pick
a
Village‐grown
pumpkin
and
ride
the
 pumpkin
express.
See
traditional
crafts
demonstrations
including
coopering,
log
hewing,
blacksmithing
and
Shaker
chair
 making.
See
farm
animals
and
farm
and
harvest
demonstrations.
Traditional
Harvest
hands‐on
activities.
Children’s
activities
 tent.
Musical
performers
include
High
Range.
Shop
the
Harvest
Bazaar,
with
vendors
of
unique,
quality
handcrafted
items.
 Saturday
afternoon
barn
dance.
Outdoor
grill
in
addition
to
The
Shaker
Table
Restaurant
and
The
Shaker
Box
Lunch
and
Farm
 stand.
Donation
bin
to
benefit
local
food
banks.
 Admission:
$17
for
adults,
$8
for
children
ages
6‐17;
no
charge
for
children
under
6.
$42
family
rate.
Group
rates
available.
 Special
$5
dollars
off
admission
price
for
residents
of
Canterbury,
Loudon
and
Belmont.

 To
purchase
tickets,
visit
Admissions
Desk
or
call
783‐9511.
 
 20th
Annual
Chowderfest
 Saturday,
October
03,
2009
 Waterville
Valley,
NH
‐
1
Ski
Area
Rd.
Waterville
Valley,
NH
 Help
us
decide
who
has
the
best
chowda!
Waterville
Valley
area
restaurants
compete,
in
hopes
of
winning
the
coveted
prize
of
 "Best
Tasting
Chowder"!
Guests
get
samples
of
all
chowders
(plenty
enough
to
fill
your
belly),
a
beverage,
and
a
ballot
to
vote
 for
their
favorite.
CC
the
Huntress
from
the
Paranormal
Network
will
be
making
an
appearance
at
the
20th
annual
 Chowderfest
‐
she'll
be
interviewing
the
restaurant
vendors,
milling
with
the
crowds,
sampling
the
chowder
and
filming
all
of
 this
for
her
show.
Plus,
her
show
is
rating
number
one
on
the
Paranormal
Network.
Check
back
later
for
a
complete
listing
of
 participating
restaurants.
Cost
is
$7
per
adult/teen
or
$5
per
child
(up
to
age
12).
Save
$1
by
purchasing
in
advance;
call
603‐ 236‐8175.
A
free
outdoor
concert
by
folk
band
Folk
River
Run
accompanies
the
event,
from
12
to
3
pm.
1.800.GO.VALLEY
 www.watervillevalley.com
 
 Spirit
of
the
Maker
Demonstrations
 Sandwich
Home
Industries
‐
Center
Sandwich
NH
 Saturday
September
26
Paulette
Werger,
Jewelry/Metalwork

 Saturday
October
3

Hillary
Hutton,
Rag
Rugs

 Saturday
October
10
Carrie
Cahill
Mulligan,
Felted
Hats
 603‐284‐6831
 
 Autumn
Craft
Festival
on
the
Lake
 Saturday
/
Sunday,
October
03‐04,
2009
 Mill
Falls
Marketplace
‐
Routes
3
&
25,
Meredith
NH
03253
 Scenic
New
Hampshire
will
come
alive
with
color,
flavor
and
music
for
the
eleventh
annual
Autumn
Craft
Festival
on
Saturday,
 October
3
and
Sunday
October
4
from
10am
to
5pm
daily.
Over
100
Juried
Craftsmen
and
women
will
display
and
sell
their
 American
made
works.

Free
admission
and
free
parking.
Handicap
Accessible
and
Pets
are
welcome.
The
Festival
is
held
rain
 or
shine.
Don’t
miss
the
Chowderfest,
directly
across
the
street
on
Sunday,
October
4.

Directions:
From
Route
93
take
Exit
23.
 www.millfalls.com
 



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 Music
in
the
Beach
 Saturday,
October
03,
2009
2:00
PM
~
6:00
PM
 Beach
at
the
Naswa
Resort
‐
1086
Weirs
Blvd.
,
Laconia,
NH
03246
 Joe
McDonald
on
Guitar
603‐366‐4341
www.naswa.com
 
 Patriots
Football
at
the
NazBar
 NazBar
Beach
Bar
&
Grill
at
the
Naswa
Resort
‐
Route
3,
Laconia
NH
03249
 Burgers,
Belichick,
Brews,
but
NO
Bruschi!
Patriots
Football
is
at
the
NazBar
Beach
Bar
&
Grill
on
our
new
flat
screen
TVs,
so
 don't
miss
a
single
play!

 During
game,
$5
Angus
burgers
and
$2
domestic
drafts
will
keep
you
in
the
action!
 Sunday
Oct.
4
vs.
Ravens
1
PM
 Sunday
Oct.
11
@
Broncos
4:15
PM
 www.naswa.com
 
 Bistro
Nights
 Thursday
&
Sunday
Nights
until
October
11
 Naswa
Resort
‐
1086
Weirs
Blvd,
Laconia
NH
03246
 Treat
yourself‐your
family
and
join
friends
for
a
night
out
on
a
budget!
The
Restaurant
at
the
NASWA
offers
the
$20
Bistro
 Dinner
including
a
special
appetizer,
entrée
and
desserts.
(starts
at
5
PM)
The
best
deal
on
the
Lake!
THURSDAY
AND
SUNDAY
 NIGHTS
FROM
SEPT.
3
‐
OCT.
11
www.naswa.com
 
 Sunday
Champagne
Brunch
 Sunday,
October
04,
2009
 M/S
Mount
Washington
 Enjoy
a
wonderful
Champagne
Brunch
with
Jazz
entertainment
aboard
the
M/S
Mount
Washington
while
you
cruise
Lake
 Winnipesaukee.
The
most
beautiful
scenic
cruise
in
New
England.
From
Weirs
Beach
at
10
AM
&12:30
PM.
From
Alton
Bay
at
 11:15.
For
more
information
call
603‐366‐5531
or
go
to
www.cruiseNH.com
 
 Foliage
Train­Four
Hour
Round
Trip
 Sunday,
October
04,
2009
11:00
AM
~
3:00
PM
 The
Winnipesaukee
Scenic
Railroad
‐
154
Main
St,
Meredith
NH
03254
 Sept
27,
Oct
4,
10,
11,
12,
17,
18,
24
2009
11:00am

 $49.00
Adult
$25.00
Children
Depart
Meredith
to
Livermore
Falls
Price
includes
noon
hot
buffet
at
The
Common
Man
Inn.
 Great
views
of
rocky
gorges
and
falls.
This
is
a
seasonal
route
from
Meredith
climbing
Ashland
Hill
and
ending
in
the
White
 Mountains
at
Livermore
Falls.
Reservations
required.
603‐279‐5253
www.HoboRR.com
www.foliagetrains.com
 
 Nine
and
Dine
 Sunday,
October
04,
2009
 Owl's
Nest
Golf
‐
Campton
NH
 Join
us
every
Sunday
throughout
the
remainder
of
the
season
for
nine
holes
of
golf
and
dinner!
$45
per
person
after
3:00
pm
 and
receive
a
$15
voucher
towards
a
meal
in
the
Sunset
Room.
Does
not
include
tax,
gratuity
or
liquor.
Cannot
be
combined
 with
other
offers
or
discounts.
www.owlsnestgolf.com
 
 ChowderFest
 Sunday,
October
04,
2009
12:00
PM
~
3:00
PM
 Hesky
Park
in
Meredith
‐
Daniel
Webster
Hwy.
Rte.
3
Meredith,
NH
03252
 Fund
Raising
for
the
Lakes
Region
Conservation
Trust!
A
Lakes
Region
Tradition
on
the
shores
of
beautiful
Lake
 Winnipesaukee!
Some
2,000
hungry
attendees
sample
and
vote
on
the
Lakes
Region’s
BEST
CHOWDER!
$5.00
per
person
603‐ 253‐3301
www.lrct.org
 
 4th
Annual
Fall
Foliage
Festival
 Sunday,
October
04,
2009
 Castle
in
the
CLouds
‐
Route
171,
Moultonboro
NH
03254
 4th
Annual
Fall
Foliage
Festival.
Live
animals,
woodcarving
and
craftsmen,
artist
and
art
exhibits,
music,
delicious
food
in
the
 meadow
or
Castle
Cafe,
children's
activities.
603‐476‐5900
www.castleintheclouds.org
 
 
 



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 Polliwogs
Preschool
Playgroup
 Tuesday,
October
06,
2009
10:00
AM
~
11:00
AM
 Prescott
Farm
Environmental
Education
Center
‐
928
White
Oaks
Rd.,
Laconia,
NH
03246
 (ages
toddler‐5)
Tuesdays,
October
6‐27;
10:00‐11:00
$5
M;
$6/NM
per
adult/child
pair
additional
children
$2/each
A
group
 for
the
littlest
explorers
amongst
us!
Bring
along
your
favorite
grownup
and
join
us
to
explore
the
forests
and
fields
around
 Prescott
Farm.
Each
week
we
will
take
a
walk
and
maybe
read
a
story
or
play
a
game
–
activities
perfect
for
introducing
little
 ones
to
the
joys
of
the
natural
world.
For
more
information
or
to
register
please
email
us
at
info@prescottconservancy.org.
 603.366.5695
www.prescottconservancy.org
 
 Nature
of
the
Lakes
Cruise
on
Squam
Lake
 Tuesday,
Wednesday
&
Thursday
at
4pm
 Squam
Lakes
Natural
Science
Center
‐
Holderness
NH
 The
Squam
Lakes
Natural
Science
Center
offers
a
special
Nature
of
the
Lakes
Cruise
on
Squam
Lake.
This
tour
focuses
on
the
 science
of
the
lakes
and
the
creatures
that
make
Squam
their
home.
Explore
the
lakes
with
an
experienced
Squam
Lakes
 Natural
Science
Center
naturalist
in
search
for
wildlife,
including
the
Common
Loon
and
Bald
Eagle.
Observe
loon
behavior
and
 communication
first‐hand.
Learn
about
the
interactions
that
occur
on
the
lake,
among
people,
and
wildlife
as
you
take
in
the
 surrounding
landscape.
Come
away
with
an
enhanced
appreciation
and
understanding
of
the
lake
and
the
wildlife
that
call
it
 home.
Pre‐registration
strongly
recommended
603‐968‐7194
www.nhnature.org
 
 Celebrating
the
Harvest
­
Homeschool
Classes
 Wednesday,
October
07,
2009
10:00
AM
~
2:00
PM
 Prescott
Farm
Environmental
Education
Center
‐
928
White
Oaks
Rd.,
Laconia,
NH
03246
 Every
other
Wednesday,
Sept.
23rd
‐
Nov.
18th
‐
10:00am‐2:00pm

 Celebrating
the
Fall
Harvest
–
Homeschool
Classes
Fee:
$20
M/$24
NM
per
class
Ages:
7‐11
Discover
the
joys
of
harvesting
and
 eating
local
foods
–
especially
foods
with
fascinating
natural
and
cultural
histories
of
their
own.
Each
class
will
focus
on
a
 traditional
New
England
fall
food,
its
history
at
Prescott
Farm
and
how
it
plays
a
part
in
the
overall
ecology
of
the
farm.
Each
 class
will
include
a
walk
or
time
in
the
garden,
a
story,
and
a
cooking
project
that
will
build
on
kids’
sense
of
place
in
New
 England.
Wednesday,
September
23;
10:00‐2:00
Herbs:
Tea
&
Butters
Wednesday,
October
7;
10:00‐2:00
Walnuts,
Butternuts
 &
Acorns
Wednesday,
October
21;
10:00‐2:00
Pumpkins
&
Potatoes
Wednesday,
November
4;
10:00‐2:00
Apples:
Sauce
&
 Cider
Wednesday,
November
18;
10:00‐2:00
Cranberries.
603.366.5695
www.prescottconservancy.org
 
 Adventure
Series
 Patrick's
Pub
&
Eatery
‐
Route
11
/
11B,
Gilford
NH
03249
 Every
Wednesday
Night

1/2
off
hot
Appetizers:

4:00PM
‐
6:00PM
 Live
Music

7:00PM
‐
10:00PM*

Win
Lots
of
Great
Prizes
from
our
Sponsors!
 Arrive
by
6:30
and
receive
triple
raffle
tickets

Never
A
Cover
!
www.patrickspub.com
 
 Deborah
Henson­Conant
 Thursday,
October
08,
2009
 Silver
Center
for
the
Arts
at
Plymouth
State
University
‐
Plymouth,
NH
03264
 7pm
‐
She’s
a
Grammy‐nominated,
genre‐bending,
Blues‐Flamenco‐Celtic‐Funk‐Folk‐Jazz
dynamo,
electric
harp
player
and
 vocalist.
She’s
written
and
produced
her
own
one‐woman
shows
and
orchestrated
many
symphony
shows
including
one
that
 aired
on
PBS.
She’s
a
storyteller
and
a
composer.
She
solos
and
wails
like
a
rock
guitarist.
She
turns
music
into
theater
and
 theater
into
something
lyrical.
You’ll
never
think
of
the
harp
in
the
same
way
again.
Visit
Henson‐Conant’s
Web
site:
 www.hipharp.com.
Adults
$30,
Seniors
$28,
Youth
$15
603‐535‐2787
or
800‐779‐3869
http://silver.plymouth.edu


Events Bulletin October 2, 2009  

Lakes Region Association of New Hampshire's Events Bulletin October 2-8, 2009

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