Wright Museum Partners with Burnt Timber Brewing of Wolfeboro

Wright Museum Partners with Burnt Timber Brewing of Wolfeboro. For the month September any museum visitor (21+) who shows their Wright Museum receipt, admission sticker, or membership card can receive 20% off the alcohol portion of their bill. Also, up to 2 people in a party can receive half-priced admission to the Museum when presenting a Burnt Timber Brewing receipt dated Sept. 1 through Sept 30th. 

Cornerstone VNA Receives Donation from Index Packaging, Inc

Cornerstone VNA Receives Donation from Index Packaging, Inc.

Rochester, NH:  Cornerstone VNA, a nonprofit home health and hospice care provider, received a generous donation of $1,900 from the employees and leadership team at Index Packaging, Inc. in Milton, NH. Each year Index Packaging, Inc. engages their employees in supporting a local nonprofit organization, and this year they were pleased to select Cornerstone VNA.

 

The donation from Index Packaging, Inc. will be used to support a special program at Cornerstone VNA called Pet Peace of Mind. Pet Peace of Mind is a national program that partners with nonprofit Hospice organizations in order to meet the needs of patients with pets. The purpose is to enrich the quality of life for seriously ill patients and the pets they love by assisting with pet care issues. Initial grant money from Pet Peace of Mind, and other designated donations received by Cornerstone VNA, help cover the cost of veterinary care, grooming and other pet care needs. The goal of Pet Peace of Mind is to enable hospice patients to keep their pets at home throughout their end of life journey.

 

Tamara Crooks-Faulkingham, RN, Cornerstone VNA Hospice Director says, “We know that pets are important family members to the patients we serve, and we are so pleased to partner with Pet Peace of Mind so that we can have additional support in place for patients whose health is declining.” Crooks-Faulkingham adds, “These generous funds from Index Packaging, Inc. will be put to good use.” Kimberly Cameron, Estimator/Customer Service at Index Packaging, Inc. remarks, “We are very fortunate to have the staff and funds to be able to do this for an organization each year. It is absolutely our pleasure.”

 

For more information about the Pet Peace of Mind Program at Cornerstone VNA, contact Maureen Steer, MDiv, Holistic Disciplines Coordinator at 603-332-1133 x1122 or msteer@cornerstonevna.org. For more information about the national Pet Peace of Mind program, visit www.petpeaceofmind.org.

 

Cornerstone VNA is a nonprofit organization currently serving Rockingham, Strafford, Belknap and Carroll Counties in New Hampshire and York County in Maine. The team at Cornerstone VNA provides award-winning care and support through five distinct programs: Home Care, Hospice Care, Palliative Care, Life Care-Private Duty and Community Care. For 107 years, Cornerstone VNA has been committed to bringing services to people of all ages so that families can stay together at home, even when facing the challenges of aging, surgical recovery, chronic or life-threatening illnesses or end-of-life care. To learn more about Cornerstone VNA, visit www.cornerstonevna.org or call 800-691-1133.

Creating in Isolation exhibition

Creating in Isolation The Art Center of Dover is hosting a juried group exhibition. Historically artists crave isolation to create but now we have been asked to isolate and create in an unprecedented time. What wonderful creations will come from this? Virtual On-line Gallery will be available at – www.theartcenteronlinegallery.com Opening – November 1st thru December 31st. In person viewing by appointment from November 15 – December 15, 2020

Creating in Isolation

Creating in Isolation

Deadline – September 30, 2020

The Art Center is hosting a juried group exhibition
Apply here – https://forms.gle/jJRBcCREMQMTtiPX8

Historically artists crave isolation to create but now we have been asked to isolate and create in an unprecedented time. What wonderful creations will come from this place of quarantine? Whether your work is a statement concerning the pandemic or your creativity has been sparked by this time in our history. all-media works will be considered including 2 dimensional and three dimensional and beyond.

Virtual On-line Gallery – www.theartcenteronlinegallery.com
Opening – November 1, 2020
Closing – December 31, 2020
* Available to view in person by appointment from November 15 – December 15, 2020

Woodman Museum Socially Distanced Outdoor Concert Series

Woodman Museum Socially Distanced Outdoor Concert Series

The Woodman Museum has recently been approved by the State of NH and the City of Dover, to produce a “Socially Distanced outdoor Concert Series on the Woodman Grounds

 

Featuring 4 amazing local Bands.

 

All concerts will be 4:30pm-6:30pm grounds open at 4PM. ***Rain Dates on Sundays following scheduled concerts.

 

August 22, 2020 The Amanda Dane Band.

The Amanda Dane Band has been playing in and around the Seacoast area for just about 3 years. Lead singer and guitarist Amanda Dane is a Dover native singer/actress with credits that include commercials, stage, and screen. She has been playing guitar for 19 years and was thrilled to find singer and exquisite guitar player CJ Lewis, family man and extremely talented bass player Jon Wilkins and in-the-pocket and wildly versatile drummer Derek Swenson. With experience beyond their years, you’re guaranteed an exciting breadth of music that brings a unified sound to the last 75 years of classic American Rock and Roll. You can find more information at www.amandadane.com.

 

August 29, 2020 Bad Penny

Bad Penny is a popular Seacoast area high energy rock cover band covering songs primarily from the 70’s,80’s and 90’s. Our four members are all life-long seasoned musicians comprised of two married couples…Ralph Napolitano on Guitar and Vocals, Renee Napolitano on Bass and vocals, and Kathy Bosclair on Keyboards and vocals, and Don Bosclair on drums. We feel blessed to be able to continue to find joy and healing through music, and share it with others along the way. https://m.facebook.com/badpennynh/

 

September 12, 2020 Taylor O’Donnell Jazz Combo

Known for her exploratory use of vocal timbre and texture in her musical stylings, Taylor O’Donnell uses her roots in R&B, folk, jazz, rock, and classical music training to communicate her musical dialogue. Live performances weave jazz standards and originals together with folk songs and improvisation, all tied together with O’Donnell’s unique sound. Highlights of Taylor’s career have been an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show working with producer David Foster, performances at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in NYC, her time working with Grammy award winning producer Rudy Perez, and has been a featured soloist with symphony orchestras throughout New England. Taylor is known as the front-woman for retro-soul band, Mother Superior & The Sliding Royales, the electronica duo Novel/Novella, and is the lead soprano in the Boston-based vocal group, Vintage Vocal Quartet.

 

 

September 19, 2020 The Bog Standard.

The bog standard is a three piece group of musical folks who love to play acoustic songs about the sea, pirates, and rebels.

High energy sing alongs’, acapella favorites and a guaranteed minimum of 20 songs about sinking boats! 

For Tickets go to: www.woodmanmuseum.org or call 603-742-1038.

This is an outdoor event and each group will have their own 6 ft x 6 ft space. Please bring your own lawn chairs or blanket.

 

For your health and safety as well as for the health and safety of all, Attendees & Staff will be required to wear a mask, except when seated in socially distanced areas. If you do not have a mask the Museum will provide one for you. There will be sanitizer stations throughout the grounds.

If you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms, or are not feeling well we request that you wait until you are completely symptom free, to attend our concert series.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Public restrooms will be provided by outdoor Porta-Potties.

Please note this is a concert only event. The Museum will not be open during the concert

The Annual New Hampshire Maker & Food Fest goes Virtual

The Annual New Hampshire Maker & Food Fest goes Virtual on Saturday, August 29th. Instead of in-person at the museum, all content will be online, and will remain online for one week only. The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire will be providing 150 free Maker Fest Activity kits that people can reserve online beginning August 4th, on a first-come, first-served basis, that will include all sorts of fun activities and projects that can be done at home. Kits must be picked up in person at the museum on Wednesday, August 26 between 3-5pm, so please be sure you are available to pick them up during that time before reserving your kit. Because we have a limited number of kits, we ask that you only reserve one kit per family. Go to www.childrens-museum.org/things-to-do/events/nh-maker-food-fest for more information.

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