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Sculptures Arriving For Downtown Meredith Attraction By Thomas P. Caldwell Roger DiTarando and his wife, Jan, of Vernon CT were at Hesky Park in Meredith on Father’s Day to supervise the installation of Roger’s three heron sculptures in the water adjacent to Bay Point. The birds, weighing between 50 and 75 pounds, were positioned in shallow water where they will remain as long as it stays unfrozen. The new installation is part of the Meredith Sculpture Walk, which has seen the recent installation of several new pieces which are drawing attention to the new exhibit. The Greater Meredith Program hopes to have all the sculptures in place by mid-July and has set a date of July 28 for the opening ceremony and walk. All of the sculptures on the walking tour are on loan by the artists for a period of 12 to 15 months, after which they will be rotated out so new pieces can be added. Bev Lapham, a director whose wife, Liz, serves as executive director of the Greater Meredith Program, said artists had submitted around 50 pieces for consideration, and a jury reviewing the works selected 24 for the initial installation at high-visibility locations along Main Street, on the grounds of the Mill Falls complex, and in Hesky and Scenic parks. Bev, along with Sandy Sullivan, came up with the idea of a sculpture walk as an extension of the Greater Meredith Program’s creation of a small park with a couple of sculptures at the Courtyard on Main Street. Earlier this year, they pulled together a committee to plan the

A flock of geese swims forward to investigate the heron sculptures by Roger DiTarando that were erected as part of the Meredith Sculpture Walk. (Photo: Tom Caldwell)

sculpture walk and put out the call to sculpting groups and artists throughout New England. By mid-April, they were ready to sift through the entries. Kathryn Rolfe, another committee member, said there were some 150 responses from artists but, because the exhibit would remain outside yearround, many of them were eliminated right away. The sculptures on display would have to be suitable for the range of weather that New England offers. Liz Lapham said Paul Ristaino and Mike Faller of the Meredith Public Works Department have been especially helpful in the project, and she said the landowners also have been supportive. Bev noted that most of the

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sculptures will be on land owned by the town or by the Inns at Mill Falls whose co-owner and president, Rusty McLear, has welcomed the project. Bev noted that the Greater Meredith Program has no financial stake in the exhibition. The artists can expect to gain commissions from the exposure; there are plaques with the name of each sculpture, along with the name of the artist and contact information, at each installation. Within a few weeks, the Greater Meredith Program will have a brochure listing all of the sculptures with a map showing their locations. The brochure will be available at the GMP office, local stores, the town hall, and the Inns

at Mill Falls, with the possibility of having a kiosk at the beginning of the trail. Liz also hopes to be able to offer docent tours later in the summer. For Roger DiTarando, the sculpture walk provides another way for people to see what he does. His heron display is situated in a natural setting by the park that could fool the casual viewer into thinking the birds are real. (On the day they were installed, a group of geese swimming in the lake ventured over to check out the new wildlife as soon as the people placing them there moved away.) Roger said the birds are part of a series he has created using all three methods he typically employs: The copper and bronze bodies and neck are die-formed while the details of the head and feet are created by a bronze/lost wax method. The individual feathers are layered sheet metal, and the legs are stainless steel. He explained his fascination with animals: “As a young person, I wanted to be around animals and live on a farm. That never happened, so I gravitated toward any animal.” The relationship between man and animals has been a theme he has explored through his works, which include gates, bird baths, and weathervanes as well as sculptures. Roger said his interest in art began in junior high school when he had “a fabulous teacher” who thought he had talent and encouraged him to pursue the field. He got hooked and went on to the

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June 23, 2014 Redding CT, the sculpture in Hesky Park has Meredith Bay as its backdrop. John said his process is “to capture that singular core that makes any place, feeling, or living thing what it is. My sculptures become the physical representations of the essence of the subject.” Dale Rogers of Haverhill MA has contributed “American Dog” to a location at the corner of Main and Lake streets. “When I started to contemplate the idea of creating a large-scale public art exhibit, my American Dog made the most sense

• Sculptures Continued from page 3 Boston Museum School of Fine Arts and the University of Hartford. After college, he spent three years working at Pratt & Whitney where he was a jet engine metalsmith apprentice. “I learned all facets of welding,” he said. “Then I was able to meld the technical and artistic things together. Now I’ve been producing work for more than 35 years, full-time.” He works from a shop in his back yard and is working on an exterior gallery. He said he does not do much with commercial galleries, preferring to work, one-on-one, with his clients. His functional pieces — weathervanes, fountains, and gates — have gone to homes and museums around the world, and he also does historical and architectural restorations. The gates that he has created have taken the form of branches, Asian themes, bamboo, and bronze and copper layering. Roger’s sculptural series include goats, sheep, and spirited birds. For more information on Roger DeTarando’s works, see ditarando.com. Other pieces that have been erected as part of the sculpture walk include a stainless steel construction called “Toe Dancer” that depicts a graceful ballet dancer. Created by John Bonsignore of

Top: Toe Dancer by sculptor John Bonsignore stands in Hesky Park as part of the Meredith Sculpture Walk. (Courtesy Photo) Right: Sculptor Dale Rogers stands with his ‘American Dog’ which is part of the Meredith Sculpture Walk. (Courtesy Photo)

for choice of sculpture,” Dale said. “Historically, dogs have made positive and lasting impressions with people and I hoped that my sculptures and the exhibit would do the same.” He continued, “The American Dog has proven to be my strongest and most iconic sculpture to date. The profile of the dog is very much of a mixed breed but I have had many people tell me it looks exactly like their particular breed of dog. It strikes a strong emotional pull with many clients.” Not to mention that the open bone at its center is a perfect spot for people to pose for photographs. Dale’s sculptures are in private collections in 44 states but he also has a goal of having a public sculpture in every state by 2015. Other sculptures that have been installed include Advantage by Stephen Green (Hesky Park); Interrupted Scream by John Weidman (entrance to the Mill Falls lower parking lot); Spirit’s Daughter by Steven Hayden and Enigmatic Dream by John Weidman (Mill Falls Marketplace); and Feather by Joseph Deroberis at the Meredith Historical Society building. For more information, see www.greatermeredithprogram. com.

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Loren Smith, general manager of the meat department in the two new stores (Pembroke and Bedford) joins co-owner Andrew Arguin near the pizza oven at the Meredith Wine’ing Butcher. (Photo: Kathi Caldwell-Hopper)

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Monday, June 23, Young Birders Club: Birds of the Open Ocean, 8 a.m., Rye Harbor, sponsored by Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, Holderness. Call 603-968-7194, www. nhnature.org. Monday, June 23, Walks & Talks, 10 a.m., Castle in the Clouds, 455 Old Mountain Road, Moultonborough. Explore nature’s beauty as we walk around the estate examining various flowers. Presented by Rick van de Poll. Reservations are recommended. Call 603-476-5900, www.castleintheclouds.org. Tuesday, June 24, Genealogical Workshop: Navigate FamilySearch/Family Tree and Add/Edit Information, 10 a.m., Wolfeboro Public Library, in conjunction with Lakes Region Genealogical Interest Group. Free. Call 603-569-2428 or www.wolfeborolibrary.org. Tuesday, June 24, New Hampshire’s Grange Movement, Its Rise, Triumphs, and Decline with Steve Taylor, 7:30 p.m., Old Town Hall, Route 140, Gilmanton Iron Works, sponsored by Gilmanton Historical Society.

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Sunday, June 29, History Day at Country Bookseller, Wolfeboro, with author Bruce Heald from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Part of the store’s 20th anniversary celebration. Call 603-569-6030. Sunday, June 29, New Hampshire Day, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Ridgewood Country Club. Special rate for New Hampshire residents playing 18 holes with cart; must have tee time. Also, Demo Day, with Nike, Taylor Made, Cobra Titleist, and Calloway. Live radio broadcast and free cookout. Ridgewood Country Club, 258 Gov. Wentworth Hwy. (Route 109), Moultonborough, 603-476-5930, www.ridgewoodcc.net. Sunday, June 29, Summer Luncheon & Auction, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., at Church Landing in Meredith, to benefit Loon Preservation Committee. Call Lin at 603-476-5666, lobara@loon. org. Sunday, June 29, 39th US Army Woodwind Group, 2 p.m., Wright Museum, 77 Center Street, Wolfeboro. Free. Space is limited, so RSVPs strongly encouraged. Call 603-569-1212. www.wrightmuseum.org. Sunday, June 29, Touch-a-Truck, 2 – 4 p.m., Ossipee Town Hall, Main Street, Ossipee. Display of fire trucks, ambulances, police cars, dump trucks, excavators, backhoes, bucket trucks, and more. Free. Call 603-539-1307, ossrec@gmail.com, www.ossipeerec.org. Sunday, June 29, Peter Frampton & Doobie Brothers, 7 p.m. Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook, Gilford. 603-293-4700, www.banknhpavilion.com. Monday, June 30, Art Show, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., Ossipee Town Hall, Main Street, Ossipee. Display of works by students in Pat Jones’ class. Free. Call 603-539-1307, ossrec@gmail. com, www.ossipeerec.org. Monday, June 30, Walks & Talks: Wilderness Survival Skills, 10 a.m., Castle in the Clouds, 455 Old Mountain Road, Moultonbrough. Wilderness Survival Skills. Presented by Tim Smith, founder of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School and registered Master Maine Guide. Reservations are recommended. Call 603-476-5900, www.castleintheclouds.org. Monday, June 30, Bike & Helmet Giveaway and Obstacle Course, 10 a.m., Ossipee Town Hall, Main Street, Ossipee. Call 603-539-1307, ossrec@gmail.com, www.ossipeerec.org. Monday, June 30, The Foreigner, 2 & 7:30 p.m., Winnipesaukee Playhouse, 50 Reservoir Rd., Meredith. Call 603-279-0333, www.winnipesaukeeplayhouse.org.

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Smith Recital Hall, PSU Intimate musical experiences performed by members of the Festival Orchestra TUESDAY, JULY 8, 8 PM THE GAMUT Crumb: Sonata for Unaccompanied Cello Weber: Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano in G Minor, Op. 63 Adult $20; Youth $10

Festival Orchestra

Donato Cabrera, conductor Hanaway Theatre, Silver Center for the Arts THURSDAY, JULY 10 Community Celebration All welcome! PSU Alumni Green, 4:30–7 PM Concert starts at 8 PM Mendelssohn: Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 21 FRANCES RENZI, PIANO Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Tickets start at $22; Youth/students 50% off

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ONGOING Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center, dawn-dusk, 928 White Oaks Rd., Laconia. Historic farm with 160 acres offers three miles of hiking trails, gardens, bird and wildlife viewing plus barn. Special events and programs throughout year. Call 603-366-5695. www.prescottfarm.org . Explore Loon Cruise, Daily, 1 p.m., dock at Walter’s Basin, downtown Holderness, sponsored by Squam Lakes Natural Science Center. Call 603-968-7194, www.nhnature.org. Sailboat Sharing Program on Lake Winnipesaukee, through Sept. 28. Rent a “share” in the NH Boat Museum’s J24 sailboat. Info & registration through Wolfeboro Parks & Recreation Dept., www.wolfeboronh.us. Masonic Breakfast, First Sunday of each month, 7 – 11:30 a.m., 35 Trotting Track Road, Wolfeboro. Fresh fruit, omelets made to order, scrambled eggs, hash browns, cereal etc. Champagne Brunch, Sundays, 10 and 12:30 cruises from Weirs Beach and 11:15 cruise from Alton Bay, MS Mount Washington. Call 603-366-5531, www.cruisenh.com. River Otter Feeding, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 11:30 a.m., Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, 23 Science Center Road, Holderness. Call 603-968-7194, www.nhnature.org. Loon Cruises, Mondays, 3 p.m., from dock at Walter’s Basin in Holderness, sponsored by Squam Lakes Natural Science Center and Loon Preservation Committee. Call 603-968-7194, www.nhnature.org. Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Monday-Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., year-round, 58 Cleveland Hill Rd., Tamworth Village. With displays, Capt. Enoch Remick House, workshops, education programs, special events and hearthside dinners. Call 603-323-7591 or 800-686-6117. Bald Eagle Adventure Cruise, Tuesday, 3 p.m., Squam Lakes Cruise from dock at Walter’s Basin in downtown Holderness, sponsored by Squam Lakes Natural Science Center. Call 603-968-7194, www.nhnature.org. Cruise Night, Tuesdays, 6 – 8 p.m., Clark Plaza, Center Street, Wolfeboro.

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Country, Bluegrass and Gospel Music Jam, Tuesdays, through Sept. 3, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Old White Church, 149 Middle Road, Route 109A, Tuftonboro. Musicians and listeners welcome. Free. Call 603-569-3861. Lake Winnipesaukee Museum, Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. year-round, Rte. 3, Weirs Beach. Preserving and promoting history of Lake Winnipesaukee and vicinity. Also lectures and children’s corner.  Call 603-366-5950. Family Party Night, Wednesdays through Aug. 27, 6 p.m. from Weirs Beach, MS Mount Washington. Call 603-366-5531, www.cruisenh.com. Laconia Main Street Outdoor Marketplace, Thursdays, 3 - 7 p.m., with vegetables, fruits, meat, milk, cheese, soap, bread, cookies, treats, wine, crafts, and gifts, with live entertainment. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Laconia-Main-St-Marketplace/194788787205971 Live Jazz every Thursday at 8 p.m., Pitman’s Freight Room, 94 New Salem St., Laconia. Call 603-494-3334, pitmansfreightroom.com. Factory Court Brown Bag Concert Series, Fridays at 11:45 a.m., downtown Rochester. Every Friday through Aug. 29, except for July 4. Call 603-330-3208, director@rochestermainstreet. org, www.rochestermainstreet.org. Tilton Farmers’ Market, Fridays, 3 – 7 p.m., Tanger Outlet Center, near Old Navy Outlet. See www.TiltonFarmersMarket.com.

Open Mic every Friday at 7:30 p.m., The Back Room at the Mill Fudge Factory, 2 Central St., Bristol, 603-744-0405, themillfudgefactory.com. Live Blues every Friday night at 8 p.m., Pitman’s Freight Room, 94 New Salem St., Laconia. Call 603-494-3334, pitmansfreightroom.com.

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• Wine’ing Butcher Continued from page 5 A wood-fired pizza oven is an extremely popular feature of the store, as well as case after case of deli items … and, of course, the fresh variety of meats. Both stores also feature a selection of desserts, from fresh-baked cookies to gourmet cheesecakes and specialty cakes, to name but a few sweet treats. “Our most popular items are steakhouse tips, twice-baked potatoes, crab cakes, marinated salmon, and shrimp, to name but a few,” Andrew said. For those in southern New Hampshire, there is good news. The Wine’ing Butcher is currently preparing two new locations to open by the beginning of July. The former Meat House butcher shops in Pembroke and Bedford recently went out of business, much to the chagrin of those who shopped for prime cuts of meat in these stores; but the Wine’ing Butcher will be stepping in to fill the need. “We will be incorporating things customers love, such as crab cakes. People have told us they want the stores to come back and we are eager to bring the Wine’ing Butcher to Pembroke and

Bedford,” Andrew said. Andrew, Gretchen, and new partners Robert Smith and Robert Smith, Jr. will be opening the stores under the Wine’ing Butcher name. The stores will use the successful Gilford and Meredith store model and Andrew says customers in southern New Hampshire just can’t wait. The two Lakes Region stores employ 15 to 20 people total and the two new stores will employ 25 to 35 people. “We are rehiring some of the Meat House employees and we are busy getting the shops ready to open,” said Andrew. Already, former Meat House customers stop by the shops to tell Andrew they are excited to have the Wine’ing Butcher coming to southern New Hampshire. For those with a big summer barbecue or party coming up in either southern New Hampshire or the Lakes Region, the Wine’ing Butcher carries everything necessary to turn a basic get-together into a gourmet grilling experience. Wine’ing Butcher locations are 81 NH Route 25 in Meredith; 28 Weirs Road in Gilford; 16 Sheep Davis Road in Pembrok;e and 254 Wallace Road in Bedford. The Pembroke and Bedford stores will be opening before July 4.

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Calling all kids! Castle in the Clouds is hosting our second annual Prince and Princess Day! Receive the royal treatment and participate in fun activities such as prince and princess lessons, arts & crafts, story time, and more. Come dressed as a prince, princess, knight or maybe even a pirate! Regular admission rates plus $5 per activity bag. Your Castle awaits! Tim Smith, founder of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School and registered Master Maine Guide will provide an introduction to wilderness survival 101, practical “bushcraft” skills and techniques, and the use of common bushcraft tools. Tim’s educational mission emphasizes the human connection with the natural world and the empowerment of his students to be more confident and competent in that world – this program promises fun, adventure, and an opportunity for important life skills building. $8 per person or free for Friends of the Castle. Entrance is by Ossipee Park Road. Space is limited and reservations are highly recommended – call 603-476-5414 to reserve your space.

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Lakes Region Bride Magazine Celebrates 20 Years By Sarah Wright Wedding season is upon us, and where better to get married than in the beautiful surroundings of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire? Looking for creative wedding ideas for photo shoots, cakes, flowers, and gowns? Lakes Region Bride is published annually to help those who are planning a wedding with the lake and mountains as their backdrop. Kathi Caldwell-Hopper was there from the start and took the magazine to great heights over the past 20 years. I spoke to her about the magazine as well as the

bridal events that Lakes Region Bride sponsors each year. How did you enter the bridal business? I was the former editor of This Week magazine and, when the owners decided to cease publication, I found myself in need of a new job. The magazine had just published a bridal guide and it was successful. There was nothing else like it for the growing wedding market in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, so I decided, ‘Why not give it a try?’ I started small, selling all the advertising myself, writing

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• Lakes Region Bride Continued from page 10 special — and creative. Because I work with some of the best New Hampshire wedding vendors, I have access to some highly creative people who are eager to share their products, their expertise, and creativity with brides. Our smaller, boutique-oriented bridal events (vs. expos) are geared to allow our vendors to showcase their creativity and to chat with brides in an informal, warmer atmosphere, maybe while the bride nibbles on wedding cake or sips a signature bridal cocktail! Right now we are scheduling our bridal events for 2015 and we will be offering a new show called Brides & Brunch at the White Mountain Hotel in North Conway on Sunday, Nov. 2. We will also be at the Margate Resort in Laconia this winter and at the Common Man in Plymouth in the spring. What are the 2014 wedding trends? Barns and rustic ... it’s all about these things. Lace, old-fashioned touches, such as wagon wheels, wooden farm tables, burlap, personalized photo booths, and antique decor.  How have things changed, wedding-wise, in the past 20 years? And how have they stayed the same? If anyone had suggested that a bride get married in a rustic barn 20 years ago, I would’ve laughed and said, ‘No way!’ Today it is the norm, and what many brides want.

Twenty years ago, I was starting to see brides wanting outdoor weddings, but the tented wedding industry was just finding its way to become what it is today. I recall hearing vendors and brides talking about what sort of land they needed to put a tent on for a wedding and a lot of uncertainty about if outdoor tented weddings would work. People were afraid of the weather and ‘What if it’s cold or it rains?’ were common questions. Today, while no bride wants rain on her big day, tents can stand up to a lot: They have sides to act as walls and heaters for colder weather. Tents even have chandeliers now! In other words, a lot of the kinks in having a personalized wedding have been worked out. I hate to sound corny, but the romance and sentimentality in weddings remains the same. Perhaps with the advent of social media, wedding day videos that feature mother-and-son dances, first dances, and other emotional moments of the wedding day are out there on the web for everyone to share. It has only increased the romance and ‘I want that special moment or touch for my own wedding’ mindset. *** Lakes Region Bride has grown a lot over the years and there are now two other wedding planning magazines: Capitol Bride for the greater Concord area, which has been around for five years, and White Mt Bride for New Hampshire’s North Country, which will be premiering later this year. The magazines are free, and copies

are available at advertising vendors such as Church Landing and Lady of the Lake in Meredith; and A Day to Remember Bridal Boutique and Capitol Craftsman/Romance Jewelers in Concord. Those who want a copy of the magazine also

can email info@lakesregionbride to request one or view the entire magazine online by going to www. lakesregionbride.com and clicking on the link to view the magazine on issuu.com.

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Steve Taylor To Speak On Grange History June 24 Former NH Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Taylor will report on New Hampshire’s Grange Movement, Its Rise, Triumphs, and Decline during a meeting of the Gilmanton Historical Society on Tuesday, June 24, at 7:30 p.m. at Gilmanton’s Old Town Hall on Route 140 in Gilmanton Iron Works. When the Odd Fellows designed the

Old Town Hall in 1902, they included in the design a meeting room for the Crystal Lake Grange, one of two Granges in the town at the time. The Grange developed when much of rural New Hampshire in the late 19th century was locked in a downward spiral of population decline, abandonment of farms, reversion of cleared land to

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forest, and widespread feelings of melancholy and loss. The Grange movement in the 1880s and 1890s also was linked to a hunger for social interaction, entertainment, and mutual support. A s membership surged, the G r a n g e became a major force in Concord and its agenda aligned closely with the Progressive politics that swept the state in the early 20th century. Refreshments and social hour begin at 7 p.m. with the program beginning at 7:30. The historical society museum, located in the basement of the Old Town Hall, opens at 7 p.m. The program is free and open to the public; donations to support the work of the Gilmanton Historical Society are welcome. The historical society’s summer series takes place on the fourth Tuesday of each month, from May through September. On July 22 at 6 p.m., the historical society will offer a walking

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tour of Smith Meeting House Cemetery, narrated by members of the board. Pat Clarke will present a program on Herman M u d g e t t , G i l m a n t o n ’s most notorious resident, on Aug. 26; and the final program, on Sept. 23, will focus on the textile workers of the Amoskeag Company. For details, pick up a brochure at the Gilmanton Town Office and review the society’s exhibit on the History of Town Reports in the display cases. There also is information on the historical society’s website, www. historicalsocietiesnh.org/gilmanton. There is a link to it on the town website. The Gilmanton Historical Society offers a number of publications on the history of the town and they are available at all historical society programs, at the Town Clerk’s Office, and at the Brick House in Gilmanton Corners. The museum is open Saturdays from 10 a.m. until noon, and at 7 p.m. before each of the summer programs.

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What a wonderful cottage on the shores of Squam Lake, dating back to 1900 with all the charm of the original camp but with several upgrades and additions. Live on the screen porch facing the lake or enjoy the open deck for the first morning sunshine. House is suitable for year round use with 5 bedrooms, one being a master suite on the main level, 3 baths, spacious kitchen and very inviting living room with fireplace. There is also a large barn for storage and a couple of smaller out buildings. From the dock one can enjoy the sailboat races across the bay on a Sunday afternoon. 11.26 Acres of land, 200 feet Waterfront Holderness - $1,975,000

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WOLFEBORO Great neighborhood! Lovely 4-bedroom home, living room with fireplace, den with wood stove, master with cathedral ceilings, perennial gardens! $359,000 (4362573)

WOLFEBORO Immaculate condo, professionally designed, 3 bedrooms, updated kitchen, open dining/living areas, private deck, walk to town! $249,900 (4148426)

WAKEFIELD Incredible location! Beautiful year-round home surrounded by 375’ waterfront, 270° views, boat house. Truly spectacular! $439,000 (4165414)

TUFTONBORO Classic New Englander, 3 acres, country kitchen, beams, fireplace, finished basement. Relaxing outdoor space! $369,000 (4362502)

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WOLFEBORO- Elegant waterfront home exudes sophistication inside and out, set on 350’ shoreline. Graceful, open floor plan with water views, sweeping porch, luxurious master suite, plus guest and bunk houses.

WOLFEBORO- Elegant Georgian Colonial on 53 very private acres on the Warren Brook, views of Lake Wentworth and Mt. Shaw, custom built, 8 master suites, quality throughout, exceptional property.

HOLDERNESS- Million dollar views and sandy beach on Big Squam with dry boathouse. Seven-bedroom shingle style home, sleeping porches, widows walk, 3 fireplaces, built-ins and more.

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WOLFEBORO- Lake Wentworth cottage with incredible views facing south, 135 feet of level, sandy shore frontage, dock, moorings, 2 bedrooms plus 2 sleeping lofts, charming vintage interior. $529,000 (4346337) Call 569-3128

TUFTONBORO- Wonderful camp nestled among the pines on the shores of Mirror Lake with 130’ of waterfront. Total 1,900 sq. ft. with 3+ bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and master suite. $399,000 (2715460) Call 569-3128

BARNSTEAD- Waterfront on Lower Suncook Lake, bright and beautiful interior, western facing with incredible sunsets, magnificent sandy beach, State approved septic and drilled well. New roof and siding in 2011. $349,900 (4344887) Call 253-9360

ALTON- Direct access to Lake Winnipesaukee from this lovely year-round home. Open concept interior with stone fireplace and cathedral ceilings. Trex decking surrounds 3 sides and lower level walkout. Call 875-3128 $289,900 (4353822)

ALTON- Water access year-round 2 ½ story Colonial. Formal dining room, open kitchen, bright living room, large bedrooms, plenty of easy attic storage. Alton shores beaches and boat launch. $229,900 (4354020) Call 875-3128

ALTON- Winnipesaukee waterfront 1900s cottage in need of total renovation. Includes well share. 43’ of sandy frontage. Good dockage and small lakeside cabana.

TAMWORTH- Great house in Chocorua Ski and Beach Club community with water access to Moore Pond with boating, swimming, etc. A wonderful year-round vacation community. $184,900 (4191637) Call 569-3128

MIDDLETON- Cute, 2-bedroom, seasonal cottage on Sunrise Lake. Knotty pine interior, Sandy beach, Large screened porch. Beautiful waterfront view. Peaceful, relaxing.

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TUFTONBORO- Wonderful .5 acre lot with 160’ of southern water views on Mirror Lake. A terrific site to build your waterfront home. Adjacent lot with cottage also for sale. $249,000 (4013458) Call 569-3128

ALTON- Long 425’ waterfront on Lake Winnipesaukee with sandy bottom, 1.0 acre parcel is ideal for building your lake home. Beautiful lake views must be seen. Existing 1850 Cape on property. $499,900 (4233328) Call 253-9360

WAKEFIELD- Wooded .93-acre lot with access to beach on Pine River Pond. Location close to Route 16. $23,900 (4228971) Call 875-3128

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Combined Realty

620 Tenney Mtn. Hwy, Plymouth, NH | 603-238-6990 Curry Place, Holderness, NH | 603-968-7615

Meredith - $219,900 Winnipesaukee vacation condo/cottage at The Timbers of Winnipesaukee. Perfect get-a-way with beach and dock/mooring. Nice views and sunsets across Meredith Bay to downtown Meredith. Close to Skiing, golf, shopping and dining.

gilford - $839,900 Cottage on Lake Winni. Directly on the water with sandy beach and oversized dock. Totally rebuilt, wide pine floors, granite counters, new stainless appliances, fieldstone fireplace, Enclosed front porch. Additional Guest Cottage with bath.

gilford - $859,900 Two houses with garage on same lot, one 3-bedroom and one 4-bedroom, oversized garage with storage above, walk-in sandy beach, boat dock, great views, super location.

gilford - $219,900 Come and enjoy all the amenities that Samoset has to offer in this 2-bedroom+ loft unit. Monitor heat and central air upgrades. Private location with wooded back yard and steps to pool. Ready to move in. Unit is being sold furnished.

“One Click and You’re Home!” www.peabodysmith.com Holderness, NH – When we say, “at water’s edge,” it is not just real estate speak, it’s for real. This is charming and well-kept also! Now picture yourself in your own cozy cottage, looking out over Squam Lake. You’ve had the phone disconnected, there’s no TV or computer, no cell phone or iPad…nope, just you, your friends and family, and the true golden pond experience right before your eyes, with all the cares of the world a million miles away. Well, what are you waiting for? Get out of that chair, and mosey on up to Squam. This is a place where memories are made, and folks have time for each other, and this is the place where it all begins! MLS# 4364210 | Offered at $524,900

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Meredith Through a private, gated entrance approach this extraordinary Post & Beam home with 6 bedrooms and 5 fireplaces. A serene estate setting offers 12 acres, lush lawns, wildflowers and 245 feet of prime waterfront with beach and U-shaped dock. The design and personality of this home are distinctive. Quality is unmatched.

$5,695,000

Moultonborough

An historic and remarkable property with nearly 90 acres consists of three lots of record. The first is the Kona boathouse, a residence with living quarters with 4 bedrooms. The second lot is the Kona beach with 20 boatslips. The third is the Mansion with 37 guest rooms, dining room and convention area. Clearly a one-of-a-kind property. $7,995,000

Moultonborough - Enjoy the quality of a Skiffington home while surrounded with the warmth and charm of this spacious 4-bedroom Adirondack with walkout lower level and an outstanding design. The screened porch and sweeping deck overlook manicured lawn, beach, U-shaped dock and mountain views. This is a BEAUTY! $2,439,000

laconia - This charming cottage is on a lovely, level lot with dock and sandy beach. There are 4 bedrooms, eat-in kitchen and spacious living room with fireplace. With town sewage and community water, the lot could easily accommodate a new home, or enjoy year-round living at this wonderful lake front home. $699,000

Wolfeboro

A rare and private Wolfeboro property with nearly 35 acres and over 1,100 feet of prime waterfront. With natural sandy beaches and dramatic lake and mountain views this prime property is perfect for a dramatic estate home. Enjoy morning sun and evening sunsets. Beaches are crescent shaped and Caribbean-like. The boathouse is phenomenal. $7,500,000

Gilford

This tasteful 3-bedroom Governor’s Island home is on a wonderful, level lot with mountain views, desirable south west exposure and a natural sandy beach. Casual in design with the warmth of wood on soaring ceilings, you will enjoy the ease of the main level floor plan. 150’ Lake Winnipesaukee frontage. $2,495,000

Moultonborough - This spacious Winnipesaukee home is warm and inviting and is in a convenient, Moultonborough location. Beautifully and recently updated with vaulted ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, and beadboard detail. Private yard and dock. Views are special. $1,995,000

alton - On a beautifully landscaped, level lot with an expanse of lawn and sandy beach, this well designed home is perfect for entertaining. High ceilings, walls of glass, well appointed Meredith - When you step into this gracious kitchen, open spaces, large decks, attached 3-bedroom home, WITH DEEDED DOCK and detached garages, and 3 levels of living. #16, you will be immediately impressed with Location is quiet and very private. $1,295,000 its quality. The home has been beautifully updated including kitchen and baths. Located in the desirable, gated community of Grouse Point with beaches, clubhouse, indoor pool, tennis and playground. $795,000

laconia - Located on the edge of Lake Winnipesaukee this conveniently located 3-bedroom home is sun-filled and has picturesque views. Dock and water access are through lease from the State of New Hampshire. Enjoy low taxes yet have private docking and water access. Location is convenient. This is a wonderful home! $599,000

gilford - An amazingly private Governor’s Island home with a 2-car detached garage plus an enormous barn. Beautifully and tastefully updated and maintained, this 2-bedroom home is truly special. Huge yard, prime location. It is just a short walk to the community beach, playground and tennis courts. $499,000

Susan Bradley Realtor®, CRS, ABR, GRI

Direct: 603-493-2873 email: susanbradley@metrocast.net | www.SueBradley.com 348 Court Street, Laconia, NH 03246 | 603-524-2255

gilford - You will fall in love with this charming waterfront home. Pine walls, enormous windows, high ceilings, efficient heat. Totally renovated and appealing with new kitchen, bath, flooring, log siding, roof. At the edge of the lake with dock and beach you will enjoy year-round living. $459,000


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High Meadow Farm is an impeccable Colonial house dating back to the late 1700s, sitting

on a hilltop with mountain views in 3 directions. The house has been carefully refurbished by the owners over the past year and is exquisite in every detail. The six-stall horse barn is also in mint condition. The 170 acre property is surrounded by lawns and pastures, with a lovely pond for swimming and skating, and offers spectacular views of Chocorua and the Sandwich Range. A conservation easement on much of the property protects the surrounding woodlands and the abundant wildlife. High Meadow Farm is one of the few grand hilltop properties remaining in New Hampshire and is not to be missed. Please make an appointment soon to view this exceptional offering.

Sandwich - $1,550,000 Lisa Wardlaw REALTOR® - 603-253-9293

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PATRICIAN SHORES. Ideally located Winnipesaukee access home just about 30 steps from 600’ shared sandy frontage. Marina. 3 bedrooms, open living area and a 3-season room. Large yard for outside play yet little lawn maintenance! $289,000 Chris Kelly 677-2182

WINNIPESAUKEE WATERFRONT MOTEL. 1.24+acres, 16+ rooms, comfortable owner’s home and a quiet location with 200+ feet of sandy Winnipesaukee frontage. Long panoramic views, large dock, beach and boat house. Outstanding income, possible development or make it your private home. $1,300,000 Travis P. Cole 455-0855

WONDERFUL FAMILY WATERFRONT on a protected Winnipesaukee cove. Classic stone fireplace, giant lakeside deck, docks, sandy beach, level lot, 3 bedrooms and sleeping porch for outdoor living. Large family room is perfect for gatherings. Enjoy! $699,000 Maureen Clifford 455-6161

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CEntER HaRBOR Here is the yellow Victorian that stands out on the corner with the stately appeal everyone loves. $ 179,900 #4363276 WOLFEBORO WOLFEBORO 3-bedroom, 1-bath, in-town Wolfeboro Unique 3-bedroom, 4-bath condo END property located in the Village Residential UNIT in converted barn with many District and offers much potential. Pine charming features, close to all Wolfeboro floors throughout, new hot water heater. amenities and Winnipesaukee beach. $218,000 #4342751 $130,000 #4363650

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necessary for the workshop, with the total cost, payable on the day of the workshop, depending upon the size of the totem chosen. Participants will create a totem from a variety of clay beads, with a finished size of 19 inches, 25 inches, or 31 inches. Participants are asked to bring a box and packing material for their totem. For further information, contact the Meredith gallery at 603-279-7920 or nhcraft@metrocast.net.

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Elvis Costello To Perform At Solo Concert Elvis Costello will take the stage solo at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord on Saturday, June 28, to perform songs from his entire career, dating from his first record in 1977. In the beginning, his bristling cynicism and anger linked him with the punk and new-wave explosion. Over his career, his musical eclecticism distinguished him through his fiercely literate lyrics and richly diverse music. Elvis Costello was born Declan Patrick MacManus in London, England, and he grew up in Liverpool. The son of British band leader Ross MacManus, Costello took his pseudonym from Elvis Presley and his father’s stage name (Day Costello). He began performing professionally in 1969 and was a musician and/or singer in many bands around London before forming a moderately successful pub-

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Step Back In Time At Sanborn Mills Farm Story by Kathi Caldwell-Hopper Keeping history alive is a well-coined phrase. If you live in New Hampshire, you bump up against history at every turn. It is there in historic churches, whitewashed village homes, and historical reenactments, to name but a few ways we see reminders of history on an almost daily basis. Thus, the idea of keeping history alive is somewhat of a “been there, done it” notion for many people. For me, history never grows boring. I love all things historical, especially as they pertain to how real people lived and worked in the Lakes Region. My father worked his entire life in the logging/sawmill industry in New Hampshire and hearing his stories of the old days of pulling logs out of forests with draft horses seems a definite step back in time, although it was in reality less than 100 years ago. When I happened upon a website for an intriguing place called Sanborn Mills Farm in Loudon, I was immediately excited. There on my computer screen were beautiful photos on the farm’s website of an old sawmill, a millpond, and other historic buildings. “Why have I never heard of this

weekend — brilliant sunshine and warmer temperatures one minute, and seconds later, gray, ominous clouds and raindrops and a temperature nosedive. No matter the weather, Sanborn Mills Farm is informative and gorgeous at any time. To reach the farm, take Route 106 from Laconia to the Loudon area. Turn (at a set of traffic lights) from Route 106 onto Route 129. Travel about five miles to the right turn for Pittsfield Road. It is rural country roads all the way, so bring a camera for great photo opportunities. Go a few miles down the road and turn left onto Sanborn Road. It’s a dirt road from this point; but again, beautiful country. You won’t travel far before you see fields spread out before you and soon, a huge, white farmhouse with a mammoth barn in back of the house. As the road dips, you will see a pond, blacksmith shop, gristmill, and sawmill. The property is a true gem with something for everyone interested in gardening, history, or the way things were done long ago. Explains farm manager Timothy Huppe, “In 1996, the Cabot family bought the property; they are the first

A visit to Sanborn Mills Farm is like stepping into the past. (Photo: Kathi Caldwell-Hopper) place?” I asked myself. The answer, quite simply, is that the farm has only recently been forming plans to increase the public’s awareness of all that is happening at Sanborn Mills. “I have to go there,” I also told myself after viewing the website’s photos of the huge farmhouse, the blacksmith shop, sawmill, and grist mill, and seeing the list of upcoming

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• Daytripping Continued from page 25 owners outside of the Sanborn family. The Cabots’ goal is to invest in the property and improve and maintain the infrastructure and provide a teaching facility. This is their passion.” Huppe goes on to explain that the farm is really three separate farmsteads: a 90-acre mill pond with working sawmill and grist mill; a farm with barn and outbuildings with steer and oxen; and a third entity which is an old New England farm with maple orchard, hayfields, and gardens. The website for Sanborn Mills Farm explains that it is a traditional

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scheduled tours of all that happens, from blacksmithing to farming. Starting with the sawmill, which is modeled on an 1829 mill of that kind, there is much to see. “We take the lumber from the property and haul it out with our draft horses and oxen,” says Timothy. If things are built on the farm, the lumber used is from the property, milled at the sawmill. The demonstrations and everyday work on the farm show how to best use the land and visitors can learn from Timothy and those that work and demonstrate on-site. According to Timothy, there is a movement afoot to get away from using petroleum-

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• Daytripping Continued from page 26 place to rub elbows with the artisans who are working to ensure the old ways and skills are not lost to the computer lumber mill age. The water-powered gristmill at Sanborn Mills Farm is in an 1830s building and corn and other products are ground on-site using equipment from the 1800s. As with every other piece of equipment or job on the farm, skilled workmen are doing the job and sharing the process with visitors. The blacksmith shop is the place for summer workshops in the teaching studio. A cross section of students from all walks of life comes to the farm to learn blacksmithing skills. The common denominator is that they all wish to learn about the old-fashioned art of blacksmithing. In the fields, the old way of planting is adhered to and the gardens produce a large variety of vegetables. If you have ever wanted to see garden soil tilled for planting the old way, this is the

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place to be and to have your questions answered. Obviously, using old-time farming and milling equipment slows things down, but that really is the point of living and working at Sanborn Mills Farm. “We have a responsibility to share what we know and to see that the knowledge continues into future generations,” says Timothy. He says that, if programs and activities stay within the framework of the farm’s mission statement, the sky is the limit as to what can be offered. That mission statement says Sanborn Mills Farm is a place for people to learn how to work the land in ways that are sustainable and self-renewing. Using the model of a traditional New England diversified working farm (agricultural fields, managed forests, timber-framed barns for animals, sawmill, grist mill and blacksmith shop), the farm serves as a place to apply the lessons learned from the past to current needs for sustainability and community. With that goal in mind, the huge

barn at Sanborn Mills Farm is being renovated to turn the basement level into a commercial kitchen for farm workshops and events. The main floor of the barn will house classes to teach folklore and for demonstration studios. Other barn space will be renovated for use as overnight bunkhouse quarters for those taking multiple-day workshops. During the summer and fall months, there are many workshops at the farm (visit www.sanbornmills.org for a complete list of events by month.) A sampling of workshops includes Open Forge, Beginning Blacksmithing, and Oxen Basics for the Teamster and Team, Preserving Food, and Composting. Keeping history alive and thriving is a day-to-day way of life at Sanborn Mills Farm. I loved the property and the buildings and the skilled workers that live in the old way each and every day on the farm.

I marveled at the patience and skill it takes those folks to make the conscious choice to produce grain, vegetables, lumber, and more in a way that most of us have never seen, heard of, or could imagine was still possible. The farm is definitely worth a visit. If you have children, be sure to bring them along. They will not soon forget that there was a time, long ago, when the pace of life was slower and patience was a necessity to get jobs done and to live fulfilling lives. Timothy says it is best to call ahead to schedule a visit. It is my suggestion that you leave your cell phone in the car but definitely keep an open mind and be prepared to be amazed when you visit this beautiful farm. Call 603-435-7314 for information or visit www.sanbornmills.org or www. sanbornmillswordpress.org.

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well as a dozen or so of the bookstore’s other favorites from over the years. She has written 21 bestselling novels and says, “I’m an everyday woman writing about everyday people facing notso-everyday challenges.”   Bookstore owner Karen Baker would add that Delinsky is not your everyday author. The store’s actual anniversary is Tuesday, July 1, and both Skippyjon Jones and Peter Rabbit will return with balloons, giveaways, and drawings throughout the day. Mystery authors Jessie Crockett and Cindy Davis will share the spotlight as they sign books from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Crockett writes in her bio, “As a nearly life-long resident of the Granite State, I naturally adore black flies, 98 percent humidity, killing frosts in August, and snow banks taller than the average grandmother.” She is the author of Live Free or Die and Drizzled with Death and is joining the Country Bookseller in celebrating the store’s 20th anniversary with the launch of her second book in her Sugar Grove Mystery Series, Maple Mayhem. Cindy Davis has written and published several books and numerous short stories and articles. Her Angie Deacon Mysteries take place on and around Lake Winnipesaukee. For additional information or to reserve copies of the books being signed, call the Country Bookseller at 603-569-6030.

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Sandwich Home Industries will bring in three renowned artisans to lead the first of its summer season classes, beginning on Thursday, June 26. Sue Mulvey of Marlow will teach the art of forged pendants, including bezelmaking, soldering, and cabochon-setting skills, when the program opens on Thursday at 10 a.m. Joy Raskin of Concord will teach the art of wire chain jewelry-making on Friday, June 27. Using copper, brass, bronze, and silverplate, students will learn to wrap, bend, knit, hammer, and spiral the chains to be worn or as samples. Sara Goodman of Lyme will present a four-class program on Learning To Weave, starting July 7 and continuing

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on July 21, Aug. 4, and Aug. 11. The instruction will include the essential elements of pattern, color, and design, project-planning, weaving, and finishing handwoven cloth. Other classes scheduled in the next several weeks include Chair Caning For Beginners on July 10, 17, 24, and 31 and on Aug. 14; Atmospheric Perspective in Pastel and, for pre-teens (10-14 years), Kiln-Fired Glass Suncatchers on July 17; and 19 additional classes between July 18 and Aug. 27. Classes have limited space and students must register for each class by going to nhcrafts.org/center-sandwich, emailing sandwichcraftgallery@gmail.com., or by calling 603-284-6831.

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