Canterbury Shaker Village presents concerts on green

  • Steve Morin, member of the 5th NH Regiment Living Historians thanks Carole Chase of the Tilton O’Reilly Store. Courtesy

Published: 6/10/2021 9:58:52 PM
CanterburyVillage presents concerts on green

This summer, Canterbury Shaker Village brings back its Sunday outdoor concert series with an exciting new lineup of performances. With the support of New England Foundation for the Arts, the Village is pleased to present new performances by The Spark: River Sister and Lorraine Chapman, The Company on opening day, June 20, Bee Parks and The Hornets on July 18, and Lara Herscovitch on August 22. In addition, many performers from last year’s series will return, including cellists Jan Fuller and Harel Gietheim on Aug. 8 and The Wholly Rollers on August 1 & Sept. 19. From folk to classical, Music on the Meeting House Green offers something for everyone. The Village is hosting 13 summer concerts in a varied lineup, also featuring dance and poetry, culminating in a celebration of the arts for all to enjoy.

The series begins on Father’s Day, June 20 with The Spark: River Sister and Lorraine Chapman, The Company, and continues every Sunday through September 19. Each concert is from 4 to 5 p.m. All concerts will be held on the iconic Meeting House Green, where there is always a beautiful view and a cool summer breeze. Suggested donation of $10 per person for each performance. Bring a picnic, bring a chair, and enjoy a series of concerts on the green.

All concerts are subject to cancelation due to inclement weather. Concert cancelations will be updated on the morning of each performance date. July 25 will be reserved as a rain date.

TiltonGrateful for support

Steve Morin, member of the 5th NH Regiment Living Historians thanks Store Manager Carole Chase of the Tilton O'Reilly Store. He presented the story with a copy of the American Battlefield Trust's quarterly magazine "Hallowed Ground." Contained within is an article describing how O'Reilly's made it possible for the trust to purchase a 42 Acre parcel at the heart of the Stones River Battlefield in Tennessee. Over the course of the three-day battle, 23,500 casualties were incurred. This exact land saw fierce fighting on Dec. 31, 1862, in an area known as Hell's Half Acre. As a representative of the 5th NH, Morin wanted to say thanks and to make known O'Reilly's generosity and patriotism. 

BarnsteadFarmers market grand opening

Please join the Barnstead Farmers Market on June 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a grand opening. The market is located on the corner of Route 28 and Maple Street in Center Barnstead. Our grand opening will feature Chris Bonoli, our favorite musician, and free shopping bags, while they last. We will have lots of veggie, herb and flower plants for sale, maple lattes', delicious baked goods, maple syrup, jams and jellies, local meats, eggs and so much more! As the season develops, our market will offer a wonderful variety of market goods such as vegetables, honey, jams and jellies, delicious baked goods, beautiful flowers, homemade and unique crafts. New this year: We are offering coffee and breakfast goodies provided by our new vendor Pretty Baked! We have over 20 vendors this year and lots of baked goods and farms! We accept MC/Visa and are a participating member of the Food Stamp Program accepting EBT and offering Matching Dollars up to $25! Masks are not required, however we ask that if you are not vaccinated, please be considerate of others. Facemasks and sanitizer will be available for those who want them. If anyone is sick, please, we ask that you do not come to the market.

ConcordHost families sought for fall

Host families are needed in Concord for an exchange student to attend Concord High School this fall.  The following exchange students need a host family. (Others may be available.) Didrek from Sweden likes and is a trainer for ping pong and likes politics. Amadea from Germany likes sports, handball and piano. Vivian from the Czech Republic likes drama club, yearbook, and school magazines. Unna from Finland likes competitive swimming and art. Nora from Germany likes tennis, badminton, track, and cooking. Message Ginger Smith or email soon. 

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