Northern Stage Season of Shows: northernstage.org

Upcoming Colby-Sawyer College events: colby-sawyer.edu/events

Upcoming Events at Lebanon Opera House: lebanonoperahouse.org

Upcoming Events at New London Barn Playhouse: nlbarn.org

Upcoming Events at Hopkins Center for the Arts:  hop.dartmouth.edu


January 18

Winter Market, Spring Ledge Farm, 37 Main St., New London, NH, 1-5:30pm

January 19

Torch Light Dinner, Warner Town Hall, Main St., Warner, NH, 5:30pm doors open, BYOB, roast beef, turkey and dessert, raffle, $12.50 acults, $6 youths 6-12 and free for those under 6, hosted by Kearsarge Trail Snails Snowmobile Club

Fishing Down Under Ice Fishing, Kezar Lake, North Sutton, NH, 5th Annual charity ice fishing event to help a local family in financial difficulty, prizes, www.elkinsfishandgame.net/elkins_icefishing.html

Winter Market, Spring Ledge Farm, 37 Main St., New London, NH, 10-1pm

January 20

SRKG Winter Hike, Nick Baer and Dave Gardner lead a snowshoe bushwhack to search for moose antlers, animal tracks and other winter ecology, moderately difficult 5 miles, requires proper equipment, info 927-4033 or www.srkg.com

Annual Pancake Breakfast, Free Will Baptist church, Rt. 114, North Sutton, NH, 7-10am, $7/Adults, $4/kids under 10, ice cutting on Kezar Lake starts at 9am and goes until ice is in, visit Muster Field Farm to watch them unload the ice then warm up with hot soup and beverages, info www.musterfieldfarm.com, rain/snow date for both 2/3/19

January 22

LSRVNA Free Blood Pressure Clinic, New London Office, 107 Newport Rd., New London, NH, 9-noon, no appt. needed, info 526-4077

Out & About in Nature, LSPA, 63 Main St., Sunapee Harbor, NH, 10-11am, for preschool children and their caregivers, info 763-2210 or www.lspa.org

Hills Against the Sky:  Historical Pageantry in New London Sesquicentennial Celebration, 1929, Tracy Library, New London, NH, 7pm, refreshments 6:30pm

January 24

LSRVNA Foot Clinic, New London Office, 107 Newport Rd, New London, NH, 9:30-1:30pm, $25 by appt. only 526-4077

King George III and his Rebellious Offspring, Woodcrest Village, Main St., New London, NH, 3:30pm, presented by Julie Machen, a look into George and his seven rebellious sons, etc.

January 25

Winter Market, Spring Ledge Farm, 37 Main St., New London, NH, 1-5:30pm

Dancing with the Newport Stars, Newport Opera House, Main St., Newport, NH, 7pm, tickets Premiere/$25, General/$20, Students/$5, 863-2412, www.newportoperahouse.com

January 26

Winter Market, Spring Ledge Farm, 37 Main St., New London, NH, 10-1pm

January 27

JOSA (Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon), The Center at Eastman, Grantham, NH, 4-7pm, Richie Cole, Soaring Saxophonist, reservations bill.wightman@comcast.net, 603-763-8732

January 28

LSRVNA Foot Clinic, New London Office, 107 Newport Rd., New London, NH, 9:30-1:30pm, $25 by appt. only 526-4077

January 29

Business Growth Series sponsored by Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce, May the Workforce be with You:  Be the Employer of Choice, Salt Hill Pub, Newport, NH, 4:30-6pm, speakers David Juet, Pam Szacik, John Stewart and Carl Weber, $15/session, non-members $20/session

LSRVNA Free Blood Pressure Clinic, New London Office, 107 Newport Rd., New London, NH, 9-noon, no appt. needed, info 526-4077

Out & About in Nature, The Fells, Route 103A, Newbury, NH, 10-11am, for preschool children and their caregivers, info 763-2210 or www.lspa.org

February 3

SRKG Winter Hike, Bridal Veil Falls Hike, Franconia, moderately difficult 3 miles, Anne Hewitt 848-5762

February 7-10

Winter Carnival, New London, NH - Save the Date!

February 9

SRKG Winter Hike, Great Gult Ski Tour, advanced skills and equipmet needed, difficult 6 miles, Nathan Richer 344-0287

February 10

JOSA (Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon), The Center at Eastman, Grantham, NH, 4-7pm, Nancy Kelly, Jazz Vocalist, reservations bill.wightman@comcast.net, 603-763-8732

February 16

Performing Arts Series, "Crooners, Cabaret, and Chocolate" with Nancy Tripp & Trio, Whipple Hall, Main St., New London, NH, 7pm

Cardigan Mt. Backcountry Ski Tour, advanced skills and equipment needed, difficult 5 miles, Charlie Baughman 667-3551

February 24

JOSA (Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon), The Center at Eastman, Grantham, NH, 4-7pm, Tiger Okoshi, Sensational Trumpeter, reservations bill.wightman@comcast.net, 603-763-8732

March 2

Historic Franklin Pierce Lead Mine Hike, Goshen, moderately difficult 5 miles, Tom Lawton 477-1995

March 10

JOSA (Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon), The Center at Eastman, Grantham, NH, 4-7pm, Cercie Miller & Dominique Eade, Jazz Saxophonist & Vocalist, reservations bill.wightman@comcast.net, 603-763-8732

Performing Arts Series, A Cappella Cooncert with The New Hampshire Troubadours, Whipple Hall, Main St., New London, NH, 2pm

March 24

JOSA (Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon), The Center at Eastman, Grantham, NH, 4-7pm, Steve Marvin, Jazz Vocalist & Entertainer, reservations bill.wightman@comcast.net, 603-763-8732

April 7

JOSA (Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon), The Center at Eastman, Grantham, NH, 4-7pm, Greta Matassa, amazing jazz vocalist, reservations bill.wightman@comcast.net, 603-763-8732

April 27

Performing Arts Series, Old Time Music with The Bradford Bog People, Whipple Hall, Main St., Warner Town Hall, Warner, NH, 7pm


  1. ****IMPORTANT**** Public Flu Clinics
    Members of your Emergency Management Committee, in conjunction with the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network (PHN) and the Lake Sunapee Region VNA, have been closely monitoring the statewide and local response to the H1N1 influenza.
    For more information about H1N1 or to find a clinic, call NH’s Public Inquiry Line by dialing 211 or visit www.nh.gov.  These clinics are sponsored by the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network: www.sullivancountynh.gov/publichealth.  Or go to www.flu.gov
     
    Upcoming 2018 Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice Flu Clinics:  LSRVNA will bill Medicaid, Medicare and Medicare Replacement Plans, bring insurance card, $30 for regular dose and $75 for the high dose recommended for persons 65+ years of age with cash or check.  Call 603-526-4077 for updates and info.  www.lakesunapeevna.org

FLU CLINICS


**Council on Aging on-going events** 526-6368, 37 Pleasant Street, New London, www.coachapincenter.org

Walking at Proctor Academy - Weekdays 8:30am-10am, Proctor Gym, wear clean sneakers

Chair Exercises - Mondays & Fridays 10:15am, COA, 37 Pleasant St., New London

Tom & Tom's Men's Discussion Group - Mondays 8:45 a.m., COA, 37 Pleasant St., New London

Hand and Foot Card Game - Wednesdays, 1pm

Duplicate Bridge - Mondays, 12:45pm; Wednesdays, 9:15am

Memoir Writing Group - Tuesdays 10am

Poker - Tuesdays, 2pm

Walk-in Painting - Tuesdays, 1pm

Women's Discussion Group - Fridays, 9am

Tai Chi - Tuesdays 9am, Wednesdays, 2:30pm, Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church, New London

Contract Bridge - Thursdays, 9:30am

Mahjong - Fridays, 12:30pm

French Discussion Group - 1st and 3rd Mondays 4:15pm

Bone Builders Exercise Program RSVP - Tuesdays & Fridays 10-11am at Newbury Heights Community Room, 52 Newbury Heights Rd., Newbury

Needlework Craft Group - Wednesdays 1-3pm

Bingo! - Fridays 2pm, 10 games for $5, must be 55 years and older, register at 526-6368

Women's Discussion Group - Fridays, 9am

Line Dancing with Dee connors - Wednesdays, 10am, Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church, New London, walk-in, no partner needed

Outdoor Recreation for Seniors - Tuesdays, 10am, call COA 526-6368 for schedule information

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