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Jere Daniell on the New England Town Print Email
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Jere DaniellMARK YOUR CALENDAR

November 5 at 5:30 pm, Pontine Theatre continues its Humanities Series with "The New England Town"  an hour-long presentation by Dartmouth Professor of History Emeritus, Jere Daniell.  The presentation is open to the public free of charge, thanks to funding from the New Hampshire Humanities Council.  (Click link for full articles or see below) 

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NH Theatre Project Turns 25 Print Email
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NH Theatre Project  2013-14 seasonMARK YOUR CALENDAR

New Hampshire Theatre Project celebrates its Silver Anniversary this year -- a quarter century of creating transformational theatre.  Along with touring productions like Dreaming Again and educational residency programs at schools and community organizations throughout New Hampshire, the NHTP 2013-14 Season at W.E.S.T. encompasses a variety of styles. (Click link for more info) 

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Free eBooks and Facebook Basics in Stratham Print Email
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Bring your laptop, e-reader, tablet, or smartphone to the Wiggin Memorial Library in Stratham on Tuesday, October 29 at 4 pm to get introduced to downloading library ebooks and digital audiobooks. (Click for full details) 

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Gary Swims to Save Whaleback Light Print Email
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Gary Sredzienski 2013MARK YOUR CALENDAR

On December 7, 2013 Gary Sredzienski will swim five miles in frigid waters (below 40F) to raise funds and awareness for the restoration of Whaleback Lighthouse. We are working to establish a permanent dock at the lighthouse to facilitate further restoration and public tours. (continued below) 

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UNH Artists at Dover Kids Gallery 6 Print Email
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Painting by Kathleen Brewster titledTHRU DECEMBER 1, 2013

This fall, Gallery 6 at the Children's Museum of NH will feature works by recent graduates of the University of New Hampshire Fine Arts Department. The show is titled "Beyond The Mirror" and will be on display at the museum from September 14 - December 1, 2013. (See details below) 

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Ghost Encounters at Canterbury Shaker Village Print Email
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Shaker village photo by J Dennis RobinsonMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Canterbury Shaker Village hosts “Ghost Encounters” Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19  at 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm both days. Back for a second year this popular interactive tour allows visitors to experience for themselves true stories of ghostly encounters at the National Historic Landmark. (See details below) 

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Tad Baker on Taverns and Witches Print Email
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Witch Museum in Salem, MAMARK YOUR CALENDAR

OnSunday, October 20 at 4 pm, Emerson (Tad) Baker will speak on the topic of "Beer, Taverns & Witchcraft" at 4 pm. The program takes place in the Strawbery Banke Visitor Center lecture hall (14 Hancock Street in Portsmouth NH) and is free and open to the public. (See details below) 

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Rebecca Rule in TELL ME A STORY Print Email
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Rebecca RuleMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Pontine Theatre kicks off it's "Humanities-To-Go" Series with "Tell Me A Story," an hour-long presentation by New Hampshire writer and humorist, Rebecca Rule on Tuesday, October 22 at 5:30 pm. The presentation is open to the public free of charge, thanks to funding from the New Hampshire Humanities Council.  (See details below) 

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The Life of 1700s Maine Interpreter John Gyles Print Email
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18th century Interpretor John GylesMARK YOUR CALENDAR

A most unusual character of the early settlement period of Maine will be introduced by the Old Berwick Historical Society at an October 25 lecture by Dr. Neill De Paoli. Don't miss “A Man Astride Two Worlds: The Odd Adventures of John Gyles, Interpreter and Culture Broker, 1698-1749.”  (See details below) 

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Black Women Shaping Regional Identity 2013 Print Email
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Sheryl lee-RalphMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Join this year's annual academic forum celebrating Black life and history in New England. This year’s two-day conference October 25 and 26  gathers scholars, teachers, researchers, community members and local organizations to share their insights. This year's topic is the significant roles of Black women in shaping the history, culture, and image of the region.  (See below for details) 

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