Photography course in Tilton

Published: 3/15/2019 11:53:53 AM
TiltonPhotography course

Talented and accomplished photographer, Jaymee Cornell, a member of the Lakes Region Artist Association/Gallery is holding a series of beginner photography classes at the gallery beginning March 27. The three session course is open to anyone who’d like to learn the basics of photography and how to take high quality and professional grade photos. Dates and time for the three session classes are Wednesdays, 6 to 8 p.m., March 27, April 3 and April 10. The first class will focus on how to use your digital camera, ask questions and learn how to set-up an in-home portrait studio. The second class April 3, will be learning about depth of field, how to use f-stops, the correct way to focus, and exposure times. On April 10, class features learning how to edit your photographs, Light-room or other editing software, plus a take home print of your edited photograph. Suggested materials to bring; digital camera, extra lenses, and a tripod. For cost and to register, contact Jaymee Cornell at

FremontPruning demo

Learn how to prune and care for blueberry bushes and raspberries to keep them healthy and productive at this hands-on workshop. The demonstrations is presented and conducted by UNH Cooperative Extension on April 3 and hosted by Carder Farm, 910 Main St., in Fremont, from 3:30 to 5:45 p.m. Topics will include: when, how and why to prune as well as how to care for blueberries and raspberries (e.g. fertilization, managing pests and diseases) to help you successfully grow fruit at home or on your farm. Two Pesticide Applicator recertification credits are available for this meeting. The pruning demonstration is outside. Suggested donation of $5. Contact or 679-5616.

ConcordPost-prison reentry

The Prison Concern Committee of the Episcopal Church of N.H. is hosting a special event on April 6 from 9:30 a.m. to noon at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on 21 Centre St. The featured guest speakers are graduates of the Circles of Support Raising My Voice leadership and training course for formerly incarcerated people coming home to Harlem from prison. Contact


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