November Happenings
in the Lake Sunapee Region
Ongoing Exhibits        Kids Kids 
November 1    5:30pm
First Friday-Gallery Night   
Stroll These CFA MicroGalleries:
 
The New London Inn and Bar Harbor Bank and Trust on Main Street:
Featuring the creative and diverse work of CFA members with a Member Show
Blue Loon Bakery: Features the amazing photography of Scott Synder
Whipple Hall: Features the creative work of Kearsarge Middle School Students  
Tatewell Gallery: Features mixed media artist Elizabeth D'Amico, photographer Rick Stockwell and sculptor Ann Feeley  www.centerfortheartsnh.org
November 1    5pm
Warner's 3rd Annual Evening Art Walk
In Celebration of NH Open Doors November 2-3 and in collaboration with the Upton Chandler House Museum. Join us for a lovely evening to celebrate Warner's Artists!
 
Reception at the Upton Chandler Museum from 5 -7 pm
Wine & Cheese Reception at MainStreet BookEnds Gallery 6 - 8 pm
November 1 Please Note: Literary Event is Cancelled
SORRY DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Steve Lomer: The Courage to Create: Overcoming the Fear of Failure  
7pm at the Pillsbury Free Library, Warner
November 1    7pm
Sunapee Coffee House: Lynne Taylor  
A 2017 finalist in both the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest and the Philadelphia Songwriters Project Songwriting Competition, Lynne Taylor has been an important musical voice in New England for nearly 30 years. Downstairs at the Sunapee Methodist Church, 9 Lower Main Street in Sunapee. www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org  
November 2 -10  
Christmas at The Fells Designer Showhouse 
Tour The Fells Main House and get inspired! Professional interior designers, floral artists, decorators and talented volunteers have sprinkled their magic throughout to create this one-of-a-kind showcase. Tickets are $25 for Adults and $8 for children (under 5 are free.) Tickets may be purchased at the door or online.
www.thefells.org 
Thru Nov. 3
Jordan at the Northern Stage 
Northern Stage's 2019-20 season begins with Jordan. A woman's world is turned upside down when she discovers that a hacker has invaded her online life.

Begins November 4  
Rumba Dance Classes with Natalie Miles
4 week workshop (4 sessions) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Mondays: November 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th. The Rumba is often referred to as the "dance of love". It is a non-progressive dance which features a hip action known as "Cuban Motion". It is danced to slow, romantic music with a Latin beat. Rumba is derived from the Afro-Caribbean dance "Son" and has been popular in this country as a ballroom dance since the 1930's. Held at Whipple Hall (429 Main Street, New London). For more information www.centerfortheartsnh.org
November 6    5:30pm
Christmas at The Fells Ladies Night 
Enjoy elegant pairings and tastings, wine bar and hors d'oeuvres, door prizes, and the best boutique shopping you can find anywhere. $55 per person. Reservations strongly encouraged as this popular event often sells out. 
www.thefells.org 
November 7    7pm
Vance Gilbert at The FlyingGoose   
I Considered by many to be an integral part of the national folk scene, Gilbert's approach to the acoustic singer songwriter idiom is significant.
Reservations required! Please call (603) 526-6899 to reserve your tickets. Seating is assigned by order of reservation and typically with smaller parties seated together. www.flyinggoose.com 
 
November 8, 9 and 10   
SKIT presents: The Female Version of The Odd Couple
Directed by Martha Bristol. Unger and Madison are at it again! Florence Unger and Olive Madison, that is, in Neil Simon's hilarious contemporary comic classic: the female version of "The Odd Couple." Instead of the poker party that begins the original version, Olive has invited the girls over for an evening of Trivial Pursuit. The Pidgeon sisters have been replaced by the two Constanzuela brothers. But the hilarity remains the same.  You will love these two as much as we do. For more information call 927-4247. Tickets are $17/Adults, $15/Seniors and $10/students, and are available at Tatewell Gallery and Morgan Hill Bookstore in New London and at the door. www.centerfortheartsnh.org 
November 8    5pm
Gallery of GIfts
Opening Reception for Gallery of Gifts at LAC 
Handmade for the Holidays. The gallery is transformed into a wonderland of handmade craft and original artwork-all perfect for holiday gifting. Featuring the work of 100+ artisans from around the region, this juried show of handmade crafts is sure to delight! Admission is free. Runs thru December 22.  www.libraryartscenter.org
November 8     7pm
Sunapee Coffee House presents Open Mic Night 
The Tradition continues, Stop by to listen or join in. Downstairs at the Sunapee Methodist Church , 9 Lower Main Street in Sunapee. www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org
November 15    7pm
Sunapee Coffee House presents Rod Abernethy
Rod is an authentic southern folk troubadour, master acoustic guitarist and award-winning soundtrack composer for film, TV and video games.Downstairs at the Sunapee Methodist Church , 9 Lower Main Street in Sunapee. www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org
November 15    7pm
Nick & Luke perform at the Andover Coffee House  
Nicholas Horner and Lucas Chohany have a musical kinship unlike any other. With a love for traditional music and honest songwriting presented with the spontaneity of jazz and the reckless abandon of rock music, Nick and Luke have cultivated a musical language all their own. At the Highland Lake Grange Hall on the corner of Rte 11 & Chase Hill Road, East Andover.
http://andovercoffeehouse.org 
November 17    2pm
Guitar in the Gallery-Mike Stockbridge Quartet  
Just two albums into his recording career and Mike Stockbridge is solidifying his reputation as one of the East Coast's most promising jazz guitarists. Free and all are welcome. At The Gallery at MainStreet BookEnds, 16 East Main Street, Warner. www.mainstreetbookends.com 
 
November 15     5pm
Mimi Wiggin Solo Art Show Opening Reception  
"Never Far From Home" features Mimi's paintings inspired by her natural surroundings - never far from her home in the Mink Hills of Warner. At Upton Chandler House Museum, 10 West Main Street, Warner.  
Opening Reception Nov. 15, 5-7pm, Refreshments and good cheer   
On Exhibit Nov. 16 and 17, 10am-4pm
November 21   7pm
Aztec Two-Step 2.0 at The FlyingGoose   
Rex Fowler and Friends. Rex and partner Neal Shulman's were staples of progressive FM and college radio, helping to usher the folk-rock music of the 1960s into the 1970s and beyond. Neal has retired, and in this new era of Aztec Two-Step, Rex continues on expanding the band's musical legacy. Reservations required! Please call (603) 526-6899 to reserve your tickets. Seating is assigned by order of reservation and typically with smaller parties seated together. www.flyinggoose.com 
November 22     7pm
Sunapee Coffee House presents Corner House Band   
Clinging whole heartedly to studied traditions, the Boston based band has tended to write and arrange music liberally comprised of Irish, Scottish, Appalachian stringband, and bluegrass influences. Downstairs at the Sunapee Methodist Church , 9 Lower Main Street in Sunapee. www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org
November 24     3pm
Kearsarge Chorale Fall Concert and Silent Auction  
Under the direction of new Artistic Director, Alex Ager, featuring Requiem in D minor by Gabriel Fauré, as well as pieces by Ola Gjeilo, Morten Lauredsen, Eric Idle and others. At Wheeler Hall on the campus of Colby-Sawyer College in New London. A silent auction will be held starting at 2:15 and during the intermission. Tickets ($15.00 each and $5.00 for students) available at Tatewell Gallery and Morgan Hill Bookstore in New London, at MainStreet BookEnds in Warner, online at www.kearsargechorale.org and at the door.
December 6     6:30pm
First Friday! Holiday Concert
Enjoy Holiday Music for all ages!
Join us for this Holiday Concert and sing-along 
with the Lowe Profiles!
At Whipple Hall, 25 Seamans Rd, New London. www.centerfortheartsnh.org  
Ongoing
Kids
Ongoing
Ongoing Exhibits and Events
Thru Nov. 3
Jordan at the Northern Stage 
Northern Stage's 2019-20 season begins with Jordan. A woman's world is turned upside down when she discovers that a hacker has invaded her online life.

Thru December 22
Gallery of GIfts
Gallery of Gifts  at LAC 
Handmade for the Holidays. The gallery is transformed into a wonderland of handmade craft and original artwork-all perfect for holiday gifting.  Featuring the work of 100+ artisans from around the region, this juried show of handmade crafts is sure to delight! Admission is free. www.libraryartscenter.org
Thru December 31
New London Hospital Fall Art Exhibit   
 Featuring artwork from Peter Anderson, Maurie Harrington, Youngsheen A. Jhe, Seline Skoug and Yvonne Shukovsky.


Thru January 31
CFA MicroGalleries 
The New London Inn and Bar Harbor Bank and Trust on Main Street: Featuring the creative and diverse work of CFA members with a Member Show
Blue Loon Bakery: Features the amazing photography of Scott Synder
Whipple Hall: Features the creative work of Kearsarge Middle School Students  
Tatewell Gallery: Features mixed media artist Elizabeth D'Amico,photographer Rick Stockwell and sculptor Ann Feeley. www.centerfortheartsnh.org 
Tuesdays   9am-12pm
painting
Drop-in Watercolor for Beginner and Intermediate Students  at LAC 
At Library Arts Center Studio at 58 N. Main St. Newport. No preregistration neccessary. 
Cost: $15 per session. www.libraryartscenter.org   
1st and 3rd Tuesday   5:30pm
Ukulele Club 
All are welcome to come to play and sing, or learn to play. Sugar River Ukes is a free club for anyone that wants to play the ukulele. We will have some extra ukuleles on hand if needed.
Beginners are welcome! New songs are welcome!  At Richards Free Library 58 N. Main Street Newport,  http://www.sugarriverukes.org/ 
Monthly
Monthly  Writers Group 
For people who like to write, share their writing, share advice, commit to finishing something, or sell their work! Anyone and everyone is welcome to join this group. All are welcome to attend. At the Newbury Public Library. newburynhlibrary.net/
Monthly
Monthly Poetry Workshop with Deborah Brown  
Join former UNH English professor Deborah Brown, author of Walking the Dog's Shadow and the just released The Human Half.  Deborah will be offering a monthly Poetry Workshop. Bring a poem you like. Free and All Welcome.
https://www.warner.lib.nh.us/warner-links/warner-events-calendar/ 
Monthly   7pm
The John Hay Poetry Society Meets
Led by Newbury's Poet Laureate, Dianalee Velie, this group in open to the public, and meets the second Monday of every month. All are welcome to attend. At the Newbury Public Library. newburynhlibrary.net/
Council on Aging Weekly Activities
Memoir Writing on Tuesday at 10:00am
Walk In Painting Tuesdays at 1:00pm
Line Dancing at KComm Presbyterian Church Wed 10:00am
and Needlework Craft Group Wed 1:00pm
Resources and Events for Artists
Upper Valley Arts Alliance    
The Upper Valley Arts Alliance (UVAA) is a regional organization with focus on the arts in New Hampshire and Vermon t.
To learn more visit www.uvarts.org.
 
Revels North
One Saturday a month, folks gather at Tracy Hall in Norwich for Revels Teens, Revels Singers, and the Band of Fools, followed by a community potluck supper and dance, or Pub Sing. This day-long celebration of music and community is open to all ages and abilities--no experience necessary.http://revelsnorth.org
 
Kearsarge Conservatory Of The Performing Arts
Ongoing classes in Dance, Drama and Music for students of all ages and all levels including excellent Pre-School and Adult Classes. We offer: Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Musical Theatre, Acting, Acro. www.NHPerformingArts.org
 

 Center for the Arts e-Calendar goes out twice a month (near the 15th and the 30th). 

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New London, NH 03257
The Center for the Arts is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.