- the Sunapee Harbor Riverway (founded in 1992 to “preserve and protect” the harbor’s unique character),
- historical information about the Harbor House Livery (a town-owned property along the riverway), and
- how this concept plan developed from it creators, The Better Future Alliance (experienced in community-based planning and design).
The forum partners are the Sunapee Harbor Riverway Corporation, the town-appointed Harbor House Livery Committee, and The Better Future Alliance, L3C. Attendees will be invited to share their ideas and suggestions. Light refreshments will be served.
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Sunapee, N.H. — Award-winning pianist and mutli-genre singer/songwriter Heather Pierson will be performing her heartfelt, soulful music at the Sunapee Community CoffeeHouse, at the Sunapee Methodist Church, Lower Main Street, on Friday, November 7, from 7 to 9 p.m.
“There’s a real pureness to her voice as she leads us through intimate corners of her experiences and tells stories with a Joni Mitchell kind of edge . . . it’s as if it’s as second nature as breathing.” – Portland Press Herald
Heather’s performances move seamlessly and effortlessly from one style to the next, from New Orleans-style jazz and blues to rousing Americana and poignant folk narratives. She is now finishing up work on her eighth studio recording, Motherless Child, a collection of inspired originals and renditions of blues and jazz standards that promises to be her best release to date. It’s due for release this November.
Tom Donnelly is the scheduled CoffeeHouse emcee for the evening. Leena Marks (Sunapee Canvas Works) is the local sponsor.
Sunapee Community CoffeeHouse is an all-volunteer effort that provides a community-based concert series for professionals and amateurs wishing to play in a quiet setting with an attentive audience.There is no cover charge, but the CoffeeHouse passes the hat with donations going to the musicians. For directions, performance and volunteer and sponsorship opportunities, visit website www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org.
Sunapee, N.H. — An exhibition of over 20 original works by Sunapee artist Susan Parmenter is now on display at the Lake Sunapee Bank, at its 321 Main Street branch, in New London. A First Fridays opening reception, with an opportunity to meet the artist, will be held on Gallery Night–Friday, November 7, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served, and the public is invited to attend.
The Lake Sunapee Bank location is one of several micro galleries in New London affiliated with the Lake Sunapee Region Center For The Arts.
You can view Susan’s paintings at the bank through January 2015 during regular banking hours (Monday – Friday, 9 to 5).
CFA’s November 7 Gallery Night will also feature opening receptions at the New London Inn, ZeroCelius Wealth Studio, CFA’s Member’s Gallery at Whipple Hall, and Marian Graves Gallery at Colby-Sawyer College. CFA invites the public to stroll Main Street, New London, this Friday evening and enjoy an array of inspiring art. Visit the CFA website for more information. View Susan’s website at Susan Parmenter Fine Art.
New London, N.H. – The Outreach Committee of the Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust will host “How You Can Help Wildlife Adapt to Climate Change” starting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6 at the Wilmot Community Association’s Red Barn, 64 Village Road, Wilmot.
Emily Preston, a wildlife biologist with the N.H. Fish and Game’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program, will give an illustrated overview about how climate change will affect wildlife and how our actions can either help or hinder that. Climate change will affect wildlife in many ways, especially though changes in habitat.
Preston will discuss the effects on moose, birds, northern shrimp and other species. She will present the “Ecosystems and Wildlife Climate Change Adaptation Plan” and will discuss several ways participants may help wildlife adapt to changing habitat.
N.H. Fish and Game’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program, established in 1988, is the steward for the state’s nongame wildlife – species not hunted, fished or trapped. Through wildlife monitoring and management, plus outreach and education, the Nongame Program works to protect more than 400 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, and thousands of insects and other invertebrates.
Refreshments will be served.
Registration is requested by Monday, Nov. 3 for this free workshop. Registration is available from Nancy Smith at the Ausbon Sargent office, (603) 526-6555, or by email: email@example.com.
Ausbon Sargent, established in 1987, is a non-profit land trust whose mission is to preserve the rural landscape in 12 towns in the Mount Kearsarge/Lake Sunapee region. These towns include Andover, Bradford, Danbury, Grantham, Goshen, Newbury, New London, Springfield, Sunapee, Sutton, Wilmot and Warner.
The musical quartet Woodchucks’ Revenge will be performing at the Sunapee Community CoffeeHouse at the Sunapee Methodist Church, Lower Main Street, on Friday, Oct. 17 from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Woodchucks’ repertoire ranges from New England fiddle tunes to modern cowboy songs and from Irish Ballard’s to ’60s folk, blues and bluegrass. Songs about Vermont and mountains and life in New England are show staples along with a healthy dose of humor and a small but growing number of originals, according to the release.
The quartet includes Peter Cady (on guitar), Kristina Cady (on fiddle and bass), Sandy Morse( on guitar, mandolin, and banjo) and Mike Lussen (on banjo, tenor and six-string guitar, bouzouki, ukulele, and bohdran.)
The Sunapee Community CoffeeHouse is an all-volunteer, community-based concert series. The venue is for both professionals and amateurs who wish to play in a quiet setting with an attentive audience. There is no cover charge but the CoffeeHouse emcee for the evening will pass the hat for the musicians. For directions, performance or volunteer info, visit www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org.
Featured artisans in this year’s show include:
- Artists who paint on wood, paper, canvas & whimsical sculptures
- Potters of wheel thrown & hand-built ceramics
- Purveyors of sweet & savory edibles
- Designers of wearable art, hand spun wool & fine needlework
- Sunapee Graniteworks American Beads