Cornhole Tournament

Toss Your Bags!

Cornhole Tournament To Benefit Annie’s Angels

Register Today at

DATE: Friday, March 20, 2020
LOCATION : Cisco Brewery, 35 Corporate Drive, Portsmouth
TIME: 6:30 pm start time, 6:00 pm registration
ENTRANCE FEE: $25.00 Per person

4 Players per team (players can not play more than 2 games in a row)
$1200.00 (minimum) price package to 1st place team
$25.00 registration per player
We will place single players on teams as they register
20 Teams maximum-best out of 3 games single elimination

Thank you to My Social Sports for the use of the equipment

For additional information or questions please contact
Doreen Soares @ 603-393-7871 or
Sandy Beliveau @ 603-828-8886
Tonya Dockwell @ 641-512-3940

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Age of Champions Health Fair

Age of Champions Health Fair on Saturday, April 25th from 10:00am-1:00pm in the Lundholm Gymnasium at UNH in Durham. Need to shake off the winter blues and feel a spring in your step? Then head over to UNH and take in the Age of Champions Health and Wellness Fair! This free community event celebrates healthy aging across the lifespan. Our motto is “It’s never too soon to age well!”


Age of Champions is an annual FREE health fair hosted by the Center on Aging and Community Living that endeavors to raise awareness of and promote healthy aging from a holistic perspective. This is an interactive event with assessments, raffles, demonstrations, and movement exercises. There are several information and resource tables from local and state organizations at the health fair for people to visit.

Dinner with Doc

The Pain in Your Neck: Its far reaching effects and how to get relief. Join the doctors for dinner on Feb 20th from 6:30 to 9pm at the Atlantic Grill. Complimentary dinner will be served and tickets are FREE! Call (603) 380-9184 for more information.

50th anniversary of The Beatles Abbey Road

Join Imagine Studios and Pamela Means in celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles Abbey Road album and honoring its influence on generations of musicians, herself included, and millions of people.

Pamela Means, singer-songwriter and jazz musician, performs the iconic album, in its entirety, in order, solo acoustic. One woman One guitar One voice Seventeen songs 50 years- Abbey Road!

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2020 (7:30pm)
Imagine Studios’ Gabriel’s Rainbow Coffeehouse Series
@ THE PEOPLE’S CAFE, People’s United Methodist Church
64 Purchase St., Newburyport MA 01950
Doors are at 7pm. Showtime is 7:30pm.

Refreshments available
Tickets: All Ages! $15 adv / $20 door

Co-presented/Ticketing by CFC Productions
Advance Tickets:CFC Productions
More info:

Pamela Means’s Abbey Road (one minute) Promo Video

PAMELA MEANS, “Gods of Indie Guitar,” “Folk Artist of the Year,” and “Female Vocalist of the Year,” are just a few of the awards piled up for this singer-songwriter with nine independent albums and a penchant for protest songs and conservatory-trained musician fronting her own jazz quartet on the sly.

“I learned the whole thing [Abbey Road] a few years ago to challenge myself … and this year being the 50th anniversary of the album, I’m realizing a tiny dream to perform it,” Means said in a recent interview. “…It just sounded ‘badass’ to do it. And I was intrigued with the surprise element of an entirely solo acoustic approach, and maybe flipping the expectations of what an audience thinks I, a biracial lesbian with a penchant for protest songs, would present.”

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road, Pamela Means recently performed that whole Beatles album, in order, solo, on acoustic guitar. Means has the skills and the artistic vision to pull off this kind of feat with aplomb. Best known for her folk music career she is also a fine jazz singer and social activist. Originally from Milwaukee, she moved to Boston and now lives in the Pioneer Valley. Curve Magazine called her “one of the fiercest guitar players and politically rooted singer-songwriters in the music industry today.” Her latest recording, the driving, Impeachment Now! pulls no punches. “The president, is incompetent, an embarrassment, im-peach-ment now.”
-Green River Fest (presented by Signature Sounds), Greenfield MA July 2019
“She’s got more chops than the gentle pickers of her ilk will ever have.”

Oregon Live (Portland OR)

“Means sings, lightly striking her strings for Michael Hedges-style harmonics that sparkle like stars in a hilltown sky.”
Daily Hampshire Gazette (Northampton MA)

“Singer-songwriter and demigod, Pamela Means, is one of the fiercest guitar players and politically rooted [singer-songwriters] in the music industry today… With [Pamela Means Jazz Project Vol. 1] Means takes her rightful place among contemporary superstar jazz vocalists such as Cassandra Wilson and Norah Jones.” Curve Magazine

The 8th Annual Groundhog Day Luau

The 8th Annual Groundhog Day Luau takes place on February 1st, starting at 5 PM with The Southern New Hampshire Ukulele Group (SNHUG) at the Austin 17 House in Brentwood. Feature performances include the Silvertones, SCS Ukulele Ladies, Steve Roy and the “Creekman”.   Tickets to the event can be purchased at Proceeds to benefit the Ukulele Kids Club bringing music to hospitalized children.

Pizza Night to send Polio Packing

On January 20, 2020, the Hampton Rotary Club, with the help of The Community Oven, will be holding a fund-raiser “ Pizza Night to send Polio Packing”, from 5pm to 9pm, at “The Oven”, 845 Lafayette Rd, Hampton.  A percentage of the sales of every pizza sold will go to Rotary’s goal of making our world completely free of the debilitating poliomyelitis virus.  There will also be gift cards and baskets to be raffled off, so please come enjoy the fun of an evening out with family and friends while helping an important cause.




All are invited to enjoy a traditional, New England Ham and Bean, Mac n Cheese Supper on Saturday, January 18th from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the Kensington Congregational Church located at 108 Amesbury Road on Route 150 in the center of Kensington, New Hampshire. The menu includes two kinds of home cooked beans, best quality ham, baked mac & cheese, old fashioned brown bread, rolls, potato salad, coleslaw, home cooked desserts and coffee or milk. The cost of the supper is $10.00 for Adults and $4.00 for Children, and includes all you can eat. The church is handicapped accessible with assistance and plenty of parking in the church lot and across the street. The church is only four miles south of the bandstand in Exeter, and can be reached from there by following Route 108 South to Route 150 South. For more information, please call the church office at (603) 772-5821 or go to the church web site at


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