Include homegrown (or local) vegetables in your holiday feasts

Eating from your garden is possible even in December

I personally think that the Canadians have the right idea: They have their Thanksgiving feast the second Monday in October, right after the harvest. By the time our Thanksgiving rolls around, many gardeners have eaten all their home-grown veggies. It need Continue reading “Include homegrown (or local) vegetables in your holiday feasts”

The Art Roundup 22/11/24

The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities

Shop art: Two Villages Art Society (46 Main St. in Contoocook; will display its Holiday Art Show and Sale from Friday, Nov. 25, through Saturday, Dec. 24, featuring handmade gifts by local artists, including paintings, pottery, mixed media, photography, Continue reading “The Art Roundup 22/11/24”

Bringing the Holiday Fun: Sounds of the season

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Holiday sounds

Symphonies, choral performances and more

By Angie Sykeny

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• The Granite State Ringers handbell ensemble presents “A Nutcracker Holiday,” a concert featuring music from The Nutcracker as well as other holiday music, at LaBelle Winery (345 Route 101, Amherst) on Sunday, Nov. 27, at Continue reading “Bringing the Holiday Fun: Sounds of the season”

Bringing the Holiday Fun: Arts and crafts

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Decking the halls

Holiday arts, crafts, and more across Southern New Hampshire

By Katelyn Sahagian

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Holiday time means letting creativity flow. Whether it’s making decorations, appreciating fine art, or shopping at craft fairs for presents, there are different ways to be artistic during this time of Continue reading “Bringing the Holiday Fun: Arts and crafts”

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