Posts Tagged 'OMH'

Take Your Pick

The 3rd annual Tour de Francestown offers three fun, non-competitive cycling routes—something for everyone—Saturday, May 23. Register now at www.active.com for only $35 (or $40 the day of the Tour).2015 Tour

“The Tour de Francestown is a great ride! The loops are fun and scenery is lovely. We enjoyed riding through several historic towns,” says one cyclist who rode the Tour last year.

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“Front-Porch Real & Otherworldly Sweet”

Join PossumHaw at the Old Meeting House on Saturday, September 12th at 7:30 pm for the drive of bluegrass and the original lyricism of folk. You enjoyed singer-songwriter Colby Crehan from the Bluegrass Gospel Group—now she’s back with another terrific band!
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It’s no surprise that she’s been named Vermont Vocalist of the Year. “Crehan’s voice hovers between Claire Lynch and Dolly Parton and ...

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Congratulations!

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Kudos to this popular band, who’ll be back—by popular demand—at the Old Meeting House on Saturday, June 6th at 7:30 pm. Limelight Magazine just named Beatles for Sale “the best tribute band in New England.”

Join us 6/6 to rock the night away! Admission is only $18.

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The Snow’s Finally Starting to Melt!

After this past winter, aren’t you ready to head back outdoors on your bike?

Join us for the 3rd Annual Tour de Francestown fun rides on Saturday, May 23rd (Memorial Day weekend) in the scenic Monadnock region! Discover cycling routes—62, 45, or 27 miles—you didn’t know before.

To register, just go to Active.com (the cost is only $35 for maps, snacks, and your Tshirt). As in the past, we will have rest stations with food and drink strategically placed along various routes.

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Popular Wedding Venue

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Plan a destination wedding—right here in the Granite State.

The Old Meeting House has been marrying folks for centuries, and no wonder! This historic venue welcomes all couples.

And our wedding team can help you with all the details—from recommending florists to where to host the rehearsal dinner and wedding reception. One of our Trustees is even a J.P.

To learn more, go to Weddings (above) and ...

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Jazz Era Greats at the OMH

Nanette“Nanette Perrotte Sings Duke and Ella—with Keith Kirkpatrick” at the Old Meeting House on Saturday, August 24 at  7:30 pm. Filled with the music, stories, and images of two Jazz Era greats, this concert promises to be a feast for the ears, eyes, and the audience sing- along for which Perrotte’s interactive performances are so well-known.

The popular vocalist will be joined by her longtime bass and piano player Keith Kirkpatrick, ...

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OMH Reopens!

OMH Reopens!

It’s official! Both our contractor and an independent structural engineer have deemed our lightning-damaged steeple to be stable (i.e., safe).

OMH President Steve Griffin and Trustee Katie Allen have cut the tape blocking entrance to our 1801 historic landmark. And we were delighted to host Monadnock Music’s Community Concert on Sunday, July 21—right on schedule!

For the rest of our summer schedule, just click on our Calendar . And stay tuned for the latest progress on steeple repair and other important restoration ...

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Celebrate with the “Old Country Fiddler”

Celebrate the 4th of July weekend at the OMH with the “Old Country Fiddler,” as we launch our First Friday series. On July 5th, Vermont’s Adam Boyce brings musical humorist Charles Ross Taggart to life with his fiddle and stories.

Thanks to support from the N.H. Humanities Council, this lively program is free (though the Old Meeting House always appreciates donations, especially now that we’re in our 5-year pledge drive).

Performing all over North America for more than 40 years, Charles Ross ...

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All the fun—with none of the fights!

Don’t miss “Moved and Seconded,” Rebecca Rule’s humorous look at NH’s famed Town Meetings. This NH Humanities Council program is free to the public at the Old Meeting House on Friday, September 6th at 7:30 pm. (Donations for our steeple fund are always appreciated, though).

After three years of interviewing selectmen and moderators (not to mention poring through stacks of town reports), popular speaker/author Rebecca Rule is on tour sharing stories of the rituals, traditions, and even some of the local characters ...

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