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Ghosts Reappear Portsmouth Ring Print Email
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Kathleen Cavalaro photo of Ashley RisteenMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The Players’ Ring ushers in the Halloween season with the return of the award-winning play “Ghosts of Ocean House,” by York writer Michael Kimball, recipient of the 2014 John Gassner Memorial Playwriting Award (New England Theatre Conference) for his most recent play,Duck and Cover. (Click title to read more) 

Athenaeum Best Book Sale is Saturday Print Email
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athenaeum booksaleSEPTEMBER 27


The Portsmouth Athenaeum will be holding its annual book sale on Saturday, September 27 from 9-noon at the North Church Parish House on Spinney Road in Portsmouth and will feature rare books from the estates of several prominent area historians. (Click title to read more) 

Stage Force Tackles Last Session of Freud Print Email
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It is unlikely that Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, ever met devout Anglican scholar and writer C. S. Lewis, but you'll wish he had after STAGE FORCE's play reading of Freud's Last Session, a passionate, challenging, and ultimately human imagining of an encounter between two of the greatest minds of the 20th century. (Click title to read more) 

Explore New England Shipwrecks at Shoals September 5 Print Email
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Bounty at OceanicA SUPER WEEKEND

Visitors can experience island life and learn about historic shipwrecks of New England while relaxing at the Isles of Shoals, six miles off the New Hampshire coast, from Friday afternoon, September 5 through Sunday afternoon September 7. (Click title for more) 

Grand Slambovians Play Haverhill September 27 Print Email
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Just back from the UK in support this first release A BOX OF EVERYTHING with Sony/RED-distributed Red River Entertainment, the band put together 'the greatest Slambovian hits you've never heard' to introduce their music to a whole new audience. (Click title to rad more)

Whaleback Day is September 13 Print Email
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Join Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouses for the second annual Whaleback Day celebration. This popular event, which is sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard, the Maine Office of Tourism, and the American Lighthouse Foundation, attracts as many as 18,000 visitors each year who climb and learn about over two dozen historic Maine lighthouses. (Click title for more)

Blues Legend Taj Mahal at Prescott Park Print Email
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On Friday, August 22, two-time Grammy Award-winning blues legend Taj Mahal returns to the Wilcox Industries Main Stage at Prescott Park as part of the River House Restaurant concert Series. Mahal’s encore comes after last performing to a record crowd at the park in 2011. (click title for more) 

Clapboards and Cornices and Cornerboards Print Email
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Catch this September 5 lecture on preserving an 18th century National Historic Landmark in Downtown Portsmouth from 5 to 8pm.  Includes garden party and silent auction at the John Paul Jones House, 43 Middle Street. (Click title for more) 

Mason Daring Moderates PARMA Panel Print Email
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Composer Mason DaringMARK YOUR CALENDAR

John Sayle’s film composer, NHPR’sWeekend Edition anchor, C-SPAN’s president – these are just a few of the luminaries who will be on stage during the multi-faceted Second Annual PARMA Music Festival, August 13-16, 2014in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (Click title to read more)

First Surveyors Mapping New Hampshire Print Email
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By the time of the American Revolution, southern New Hampshire had been surveyed fairly accurately, but the White Mountains remained largely uncharted. On Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 11AM, NH State Archivist,Brian Burford will discuss the tribulations and successes of mapping New Hampshire in the years of the early republic. (Click title for details)

200 Years of South Berwick Main Street Print Email
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South Berwick trainMARK YOUR CALENDAR

From fighting fires to collecting taxes, from stagecoach taverns to railroad depots, from former churches and schools that turned into town halls, and the storefronts that still contain businesses today -- Main Street holds two hundred years of stories. (click title for more) 

Summer Tea Parties in the Whittier Garden Print Email
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The Whittier Home Association plans two Old Fashioned Tea Parties to be held in John Greenleaf Whittier’s Victorian Garden, 86 Friend St. Amesbury. The first tea is set for Thursday, July 17, with a rain date of Friday July 18. The second tea will be held on Thursday, Aug. 21, with a rain date of Friday, August 22. (click title for more) 

Comedy of Errors at Prescott Park Print Email
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Comedy of ErrorsJULY /August 2014


Join the two-time People's Choice Spotlight Award winningShakespeare in Prescott Parkas it returns for its fourth season with THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. Produced by Prescott Park Arts Festival and presented by Seven Stages Shakespeare Company (7SSC), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS will run for five Sundayafternoon performances, July 13 through August 17. (Click title for full article) 

Oyster River Players do Carousel Print Email
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Carousel by Oyster River PlayersMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The Oyster River Players perform “Carousel” on Friday, July 11 at 7pm, Saturday, July 12 at 1 and 7pm and Sunday, July 13 at 1pm. Carousel is set in a small village in Maine at the end of the 19th century, after the Civil War and in the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution. (Click title to read more)


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