We will be presenting our annual Nowell Sing We Clear concert 8:00pm December 7th, Dublin Community Church, Dublin, NH. Admission: $12 in advance (and for Sr/Jr/) $15 at the door. Special holiday refreshments available!
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In its 33rd year, this event has become a local tradition in its own right – a celebration of songs, carols. stories, and customs. The program consists of two parts: The Christmas Story (as you may have never heard it before) and a look at “pagan” solstice traditions.
Drawn largely from English-language folk traditions, the songs tell a version of events and characters involved in the Christmas story, and detail the customs which make up the twelve magical days following the return of the light at the winter solstice. Many of these ancient customs are the basis of today’s holiday’s traditions: visiting and feasting, gift-giving, carol singing, travling, and the adorning of houses and churches with garlands of evergreen.
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Tidal Wave: Claudine Arcand, Sabin Jacques, Rachel Aucoin, Stuart Kenney
Peterborough Town House, 8:00-11:30pm
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Jeff Petrovitch is the caller for an evening of lively contra dancing with music provided by Randy Miller and David Kaynor on fiddles, and Gordon Peery on piano.
Jeff is rapidly becoming a favorite caller on the New England dance scene thanks to his enthusiastic delivery and ever expanding repertoire of new innovative dances as well as classic contras. Randy Miller has been at the heart of the New England dance scene since the early 1970’s, and in addition to playing is the author/complier of several tune books. David Kaynor is well known as a dance caller, but this evening is a rare opportunity to hear his equally stellar fiddling expertise.
The evening begins at 7:30 with a workshop for beginners, and those who want a bit of refreshing. The main dance starts at 8:00. Admission is $8, $6 for senior citizens and students. The Nelson Town Hall is in the center of Nelson, NH. For more information call 603-827-3044.
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Come to the Nelson Town Hall for a wonderful evening of contra dancing with caller Cindy Green and the twin fiddling of Amy Cann and Carey Bluhm, backed up by Gordon Peery on piano. Cindy is known for calling that is easy to follow, with interesting twists, and humorous repartee to get everyone moving quickly. Expect some new dances as well as classic contras, and maybe a square or two.
Newcomers and those wanting a refresher are welcome at 7:30 for a workshop that will include tips on how to waltz, for those 3/4 shy. The main dance starts at 8:00. Admission is $8, $6 for senior citizens and students.
The Nelson Town Hall is in the center of Nelson, New Hampshire. For more information call 603-827-3044.