THE LADY RO SHOW COMES TO THE HATBOX
THE LADY RO SHOW COMES TO THE HATBOX
“The Lady Ro Show” is coming to the Hatbox Theatre December 31st for ONE NIGHT ONLY. Tickets are $20 for adults, $17 for members, seniors and students and $14 for senior members. Tickets may be reserved by calling 603-715-2315 or purchased online at www.hatboxnh.com. This is a BYOB event.
Join local drag sensation Lady Ro for an evening of classy, sassy, brassy, and a little bit smart-assy theatre! The Lady Ro Show features big Broadway dance numbers, quick witted commentary, and plenty of wild drag artists and actors. Presented in a cabaret style, psuedo-musical format, New Year’s Eve is sure to please patrons of all ages.
Featuring songs from “Billy Elliot,” “The Last Five Years,” “Mean Girls,” “Chicago,” and more! May contain adult themes and mature language, and by “may” they mean “absolutely will”.
ABOUT HATBOX THEATRE: Hatbox Theatre is a dynamic live performance arts space with a mission to service and foster a cooperative community to develop unique, intimate experiences for audiences and artists. Hatbox Theatre is located at the Steeplegate Mall, 270 Loudon Road, Concord, NH.
Second Annual Christmas Nordic Combined Camp
Dear New England Nordic Community,
Flying Further is pleased to be holding its second annual Christmas Nordic Combined Camp at the Proctor/Blackwater Ski Area on Sunday and Monday, December 29th and 30th. The main focus of the camp is Nordic Combined but we are also encouraging special jumpers and cross-country skiers to participate in the camp. The camp is open to all ages and all abilities. We plan to use all the jumps for the camp which are the k10, K18, K30, and K38 as long as Mother Nature cooperates.
The coaches for the camp are: Walter Malmquist and Tom Oddy on the K10 and K18 and Chris Jones and Chip Henry on the K30 and K38. Maddy Pfeifer will be the cross-country coach.
Please join our challenge today
We are $2,347 away from hitting the match requirement that will bring in an additional $50,000.
In late November we wrote to you reporting we had $23,000 to raise. So many people responded and together we've closed that gap to $2,347. If you've contributed already, thank you! If you've been meaning to contribute, now's the moment!
You Have Our Trust Fund of the NH Charitable Foundation has offered us a challenge grant where they will donate $50,000 to CLSRT if we can raise $50,000 by December 31, 2019.
Be a part of this amazing community effort. Your gift to the trail in any amount makes such a difference. And the feeling you'll have knowing you made this trail happen is incredible.
Franklin, NH — Come discover what makes Girl Scouts the leading expert on girls at a Girl Scouts Holiday Game and Information Night! Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains will host a free information night for girls and parents on Monday, Dec. 16, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Bessie Rowell Community Center, 12 Rowell Dr, Franklin.
Hillsborough's Steve Schuch, described as a "classically-trained-violinist-turned-singer/songwriter-guitarist-author-storyteller" on his website (nightheron.com), will be the featured performer at the December "Third Friday" concert offered by the Andover (NH) Community Coffeehouse.
AWARD-WINNING [TITLE OF SHOW] COMES TO CONCORD’S HATBOX THEATER
Media Contact: Andrew Pinard / firstname.lastname@example.org / 603-938-5158
Concord, NH, December 4, 2019 – The Actorsingers of Nashua, NH will usher in the New Year at Concord’s Hatbox Theater with the award-winning Broadway musical [title of show]. The show, with music and lyrics by Jeff Bowen and book by Hunter Bell, hilariously chronicles its own frantic creation for entry in the N.Y. Musical Theater Festival.
Truly a Magical Day at the Audi...
A Celebration -- A Thank You -- A Magic Show!
You are cordially invited to the Friends of The Audi's
ANNUAL HOLIDAY GATHERING
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15, AT 6 O'CLOCK IN THE RECEPTION LOBBY
We'll enjoy a True Pot Luck Supper -- a short meeting/update -- and
A HOLIDAY MAGIC SHOW
with ANDREW PINARD, Concord's Master Magician
and then -- "DESSERT" -- A Special Curtain Call...
Come up on Stage for a special showing of the Audi's new Stage Curtains
-- a gift to the Audi from our wonderful generous community.
It's Giving Tuesday
You, your friends, and community members from the region and beyond are creating an Amazing Rail Trail. Donate this Giving Tuesday to keep it going.
What makes the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail so special?
We didn't have a state owned railroad corridor to build on - so your neighbors started donating easements so the trail could be built.
We couldn't afford paid management - so your neighbors donated their time and expertise to get easements written, organize projects, rally community support, and get ready to build.
We didn't have huge grants to get us started - so you and your neighbors donated the money to get us started.
To keep construction costs low we asked for volunteer help. Again you and your neighbors stepped in and contributed your time, materials and equipment.
And now that we are working on larger projects an anonymous donor has challenged us to raise $50,000 and they will match it. Amazing!
This truly is a project that is succeeding because you, your neighbors and all of us in the community believe in the vision of a 34 mile rail trail connecting Concord, Hopkinton, Warner, Sutton, Bradford and Newbury.
We continue to raise funds to build this 2.5 mile section of trail in Concord from Carter Hill Rd to Fisherville Rd. We have support from the Bureau of Trails, New England Grassroots Environmental Fund, Central NH Bicycle Coalition, Runners Alley, Bangor Savings Bank, and Goodales Bike Shops. But we need more to get the job done. We've been clearing brush all fall and working to establish parking on Fisherville Rd. We are trying to have this open for snowshoeing and X-C skiing and snowmobiling this winter.
Please donate today.
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