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Fitzwilliam Historical Society
FITZWILLIAM HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL Our Annual Strawberry Festival will be held on Saturday, June 25th from 1-4 on the historic Town Common, Route 119, rain or shine. Luscious strawberries, fresh whipped cream, warm biscuits and homemade lemonade will delight you. This old- time country fund-raiser will feature cheerful music, warm hospitality and pleasant company. Proceeds benefit the Fitzwilliam Historical Society. During June and July the Amos J. Blake House Museum will display items from private collections for the exhibit “Boys and Their Toys.” You will have the opportunity to see vintage games, metal cut-out figures, action figures such as Johnny West, and even a Show & Tell TV. Come and see what some of us might remember from our childhoods! Free guided tours of the Amos J. Blake House Museum, on the Common, are offered on the first and last Saturdays from 1-4 pm through the summer, beginning in June. Other Saturday afternoons will be offered by chance or appointment. Whether you are young or young at heart we encourage you to join us for our festive summer events. We look forward to seeing you!! 603-585-7742, firstname.lastname@example.org
Historical Society of Cheshire County
246 Main St., Keene, NH
Asian Cultural Center of Vermont
814 Western Ave, Brattleboro, VT
Thorne-Sagendorph Gallery, Keene State College
Peterborough Historical Society
Grove St., Peterborough, NH
The Kamishibai Project
Storytelling in Pictures & Words
2A Concord St., Peterborough, NH: 924-7610
Now in its 45th year, Monadnock Music enriches the lives of people of all ages and walks of life, and deepens community by means of excellent and diverse programming throughout the beautiful Monadnock region of New Hampshire. It annually presents a six-week summer festival of solo, chamber and orchestral concerts in intimate venues situated in iconic New England settings less than two hours from Boston. Among the many distinguished composers, ensembles and artists whose work Monadnock Music has presented or commissioned are Elliott Carter, John Adams, Mario Davidovsky, Virgil Thomson, Aaron Copland, Peter Sellars, Borromeo Quartet, James Maddalena, D'anna Fortunato, Russell Sherman, New Zealand String Quartet, and Barbara Quintiliani. In addition to its Peterborough Town House Concert Series featuring renowned artists from the world over, Monadnock Music also presents a series of Village Concerts bringing distinguished professional artists and progressive programming to various historic meeting houses and churches throughout the region free of charge, making some of the greatest works of the classical music canon accessible to all. During the school year, MM provides vital music education support to the region’s elementary schools through its Lend An Ear! Program. Since its establishment in 1989, LAE! has enriched the lives of over 25,000 children.
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