Sunapee Community Coffeehouse
6/1/2012 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Steres and White will perform at the Coffeehouse on Friday, May 11; Held at
Sunapee Methodist Church,
17 Lower Main St in ; Contribute as much or as
little as you like as we pass the hat for the musicians; More info and
directions: http://www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org Sunapee,
A Guide to Bird Watching and eBirding: Trail Walk
Saturday, June 2, 7:30-9am
Explore the woods and fields of The Fells with veteran birders Jack and Diane Kreager in search of returning breeding birds and migrants passing through our area. Learn about new electronic bird identification tools that supplement the traditional guide books. Wear sturdy walking shoes and bring insect repellant, binoculars and your favorite field guide. Members free, nonmembers pay site admission. No registration required. Meets at The Fells Welcome Kiosk. At the Fells, 456 Rte 103A, Newbury; Info: 763-4789 x 3 or http://www.thefells.org
Saturday, May 26 through Sunday, July 22,
Native Plants of
in Art & Sculpture
Open during Main House hours, This exhibit is a veritable garden of art presented by the talented and innovatively creative members of the New England Society of Botanical Artists and complemented by sculptures from local garden clubs and artists that celebrate the beauty of the natural world. Members free, nonmembers pay site admission. Main House Gallery.
Saturday, May 26 through Monday, October 8
Art in Nature: Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit
This exciting outdoor exhibit features the artistry of local and regional sculptors, including works of all manner, shape and size displayed amid the grand gardens of The Fells and tucked into the magical nooks and crannies of woods and fields. Janet Miller Haines, Curator. Members free, nonmembers pay site admission.
Eugene O'Neill's "Anna Christie"
Time: 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Thursday, June 7 @ 8 PM
Friday, June 1 & 8 @ 8 PM
Saturday, June 2 & 9 @ 8 PM
Sunday, June 3 @ 2 PM
Northern New England Repertory Theatre Company (NNE Rep/NESE) presents Eugene ONeills "Anna Christie" at the Sawyer Center Theater at
College 541 Main Street, New
London, NH. In this
compelling story of love, redemption and hope, ONeill has captured a
larger-than-life, passionate rendering of the human condition, but it is the
powerful force of " dat ole devil, sea" that ultimately determines
the characters fate.
Tickets: Adults - $25; Students - $10; Groups of 10 or more - $20 each.
Box Office: (603) 526-4112, Toll-free:1-855-849-2086; by mail: NNERTC,
P.O. Box 1559,
New London, NH
03257; in person
(Mon-Sat, 10-5): Tatewell Gallery, ,
and Sawyer Center Theater (for 2 hours before curtain). New
London Shopping Center
Online ticketing available, visit: www.NNERTC.org
For more info, email: info@NNERTC.org
June 7 - 10
Join the 2012 Intern Company as they introduce themselves and their formidable talent to our audiences. This barn tradition is free to the public but fills quickly so get your tickets early!
June 12 - 24
A powerful portrait of life in turn-of-the-century
based on E.L. Doctorow's distinguished novel, and full of show-stopping
songs. The musical intertwines the
stories of three extraordinary families, as they confront history's timeless
contradictions of wealth and poverty, freedom and prejudice, hope and despair,
and what it means to live in America.
Called by Time Magazine "A triumph for the stage," and by the
International Herald Tribune "the best musical in twenty years," this
acclaimed musical won two Tony Awards in 1998.
June 26 - July 15
Rodgers & Hammerstein's first collaboration remains, in many ways, their most innovative, having set the standards and established the rules of musical theatre still being followed today. Set in a Western Indian territory just after the turn of the century, the high-spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colorful background for one of
America's most beloved musicals!
84 Main St,
New London; Info: 526-4631 or
526-6710 or http://www.nlbarn.org