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Clayton Inspires Aspiring Writers Print Email
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John_Clayton_at_SWAThe Seacoast Writer’s Assocatin (SWA) is accepting registrations for their annual spring conference to be held May 15th at the McConnell Center (next to the Library) in Dover NH. Enjoy a full day of networking, workshops, and an inspiring keynote address by author and award-winning journalist, John Clayton. (continued bbelow)

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch Print Email
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Hedwig"How did some slip of a girlieboy from communist East Berlin become the internationally ignored song stylist barely standing before you?" cries Hedwig. She will no longer be ignored in this production by Seacoast artists Aaron Hutto, Todd Hunter, and Whitney Smith, and running at The Players’ Ring May 15th through 30th. (Continued below) 
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Spring Studios Open at Salmon Falls Print Email
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OilPaintingbyDennisPerrinMARK YOUR CALENDAR
Saturday May 8, 10am – 5pm

Tucked between Dover and South Berwick is an historic mill filled with creative Seacoast aritsts. Join the Artists of Salmon Falls Mills in Rollinsford NH for their semi-annual Open Studios Event on Sat May 8th, from 10-5.

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Heritage Keepers Explore Hidden History Print Email
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Beverly Morgan-Welch will be the featured speaker at the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail's 6th annual symposium on May 8 at the Discover Portsmouth Center. The event is free and open to the public from 8:45 AM to 1:00 PM. The theme of the symposium is "Exploring Hidden History."

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Painting Portsmouth at the Banke Print Email
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Painting_PortsmouthStrawbery Banke Museum is pleased to present "Painting Portsmouth". This exhibit offers a look at the diversity of life in Portsmouth as envisioned by a generous sampling of prominent mid-19th to mid-20th century artists.

EXHIBIT RUNS
May 1 – October 31
Portsmouth, NH

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Day for Children May 2 Print Email
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Annika_Strand_artworkMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Hey, we know a celebrity! Anbika Strand, creator of the logo for Children’s Day 2010, was at our house not long ago. We had no idea that  her artwork was about to be emblazoned all across the city. The official press release and info about the annual Sunday festival follows. Congrats Annika! (Continued below)

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Acting Students Take on Classic Comedy Print Email
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nhtp_takeitwithyou_horizontalSenior Repertory students will take the stage in May 2010 for Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's hilarious comedy You Can't Take It With You. This much beloved comedy is about the crazy Sycamores, whose youngest daughter Alice has fallen in love with a boy from a very proper family. (continued below)

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White Mountains before the Rush Print Email
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As spring begins to spread across the White Mountains, this is an ideal time to explore the natural attractions in the region. NH locals can beat the tourist rush and see our state warm up. When was the last time YOU went up North?

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Top 20 Seacoast Photographers in One Room Print Email
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"The biggest ever ‘snapshot’ of Seacoast photography, in all its brilliance and diversity." – Chris Greiner

In the Founders Lobby
Thursday April 29, 2010 5-7pm  

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Rare Maine Photos Exposed Print Email
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Exposed00The Maine Historical Society is weaving together a visual narrative of life in Maine. The black and white photographs in the exhibit entitle "Exposed" reveal rare content that include early electrical tattooing in 1925 and an 1890 bicycle race. In another odd photo hundreds of Mainers gather in Monument Square in Portland waiting for the results of a 1923 boxing match.
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