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Galleries:

The Art Place Custom Framing and Gallery
9  N. Main St. Wolfeboro
569-6159

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Open Tuesday-Saturday 9:30am-5pm

Representing local and New England artists in their gallery.  Original watercolors, oil and pastel paintings, limited edition prints and photography are featured.  Many lakes region scenes are depicted by our artists, including the largest selection of Peter Ferber boat show posters and limited edition prints. The Art Place is the only gallery to have Peter Ferber's original work. 

The Art Place also has a selection of antique prints, photo frames, mirrors, maps and high-quality art cards.

A large selection for custom matting and framing is showcased with an experiences staff  able to guide you with the proper design and materials to enhance and preserve your artwork.  The Art Place has been serving the Lakes Region since 1975.  All work is done on the premises. Member of Professional Picture Framers Association

 

 

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Governor Wentworth Arts Council

569-8246

http://wolfeboroarts.org/
  • Featured Artists of the Month at the Wolfeboro Library

  • Art Walks
    Last Saturday of the Month from May-Sept
    from 5pm - 9pm:

    Self-guided free tour of galleries and arts locations in Wolfeboro stretches from the north end of Main Street (Rt.28) to the south and includes the following:

    Participating Galleries Include:
    The Studio Gallery, The Kalled Gallery, The Art Place, Artisans Corner, Sandy Martin's Gallery and Sabol Gallery.

    During nice weather GWAC artists will be displaying/selling and demonstrating downtown on Durgin Green.

    You can pick up a free promotional Rack Card at any Wolfeboro gallery, Chamber of Commerce and select retail locations in town which will list all the participants, contact info. and a map.

    The galleries may feature new artists' exhibits, sales, nibbles & beverages or live musical entertainment. It is up to the discretion of the gallery owner to present their space for the ART WALK in any way they decide.


  • The Art Place - (See Our Ad Above)

    9 North Main St, Wolfeboro 569-8246

  • Artisans Corner

    15 North Main St, Wolfeboro 569-5331

  • Azure Rizing Gallery

    628 S. Main St. Wolfeboro 520-0262

  • Blue Shutter Gallery and Frame Shop

    19 Lehner St, Wolfeboro; 569-3372

  • DeVork Gallery

    15 Lake St, Wolfeboro 569-6560

  • Garvin Gallery Five

    3 High St, Wakefield

  • Lisa Nelthropp

    4 Mill St. Wolfeboro 520-6983

  • Sabol Art Gallery & Studio

    76 N Main St, Wolfeboro

  • Sandy Martin Gallery

    17 S. Main St,  Wolfeboro 569-5641

  • Windmere Gallery

    72 N. Main St, Wolfeboro 569-9934

Dance:

  • Edra Toth's Academy of Dance and Music/Northeastern Ballet Theatre
    Ballet and jazz classes are offered for all ages 3 to adult with an open enrollment. 
    26 Glendon Street, Wolfeboro. 569-5410. Website
    • Northeastern Ballet Theatre, New Hampshire's premier ballet company and training school, begins its 2017-18 school year on Tuesday, September 5.

       Come try a class for free or register now for the year.  With studios in both Dover, NH (in the McConnell Center) and Wolfeboro, NH (26 Glendon Street, across from Rite Aid), Northeastern Ballet Theatre offers professional classical ballet training for ages 3 through adult of all abilities. 

      Northeastern Ballet Theatre (NBT) is the artistic vision and passion  of its founder Edra Toth, former prima ballerina for Boston Ballet Company, who has built a life teaching children and adults the joy of dance. It is the philosophy of NBT that  ballet is an art form. Within a positive and encouraging atmosphere, dancers are taught to develop their  unique artistic abilities . 

       Northeastern Ballet Theatre is not a competition or recital-driven school. Classical ballet classes focus on technique for the entire year, and there are many opportunities for  performance experience with NBT including an annual production of The Nutcracker, a spring/summer production (past productions include Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and original ballets such as Dracula). 

      NBT will not conform to arbitrary, artificial standards of perfection. Many students aim for professional dance careers, and others simply enjoy dancing as recreation. NBT appreciates and respects both of these purposes, and feels it can best serve the diversity of its students by offering them the opportunity for a  rich, life-long experience through serious training in a professional dance atmosphere

      . Miss Toth believes that there is an "inner dancer" within each of us waiting to be discovered and that ballet is not only about using your body, but your mind and soul.  NBT offers partial and full scholarships to those in need: Miss Toth remembers those who helped her find her life through dance and vows to give that experience to as many others as possible. Please give us a call to discuss class placement. For more information about class times and pricing please visit www.northeasternballet.org or call (603) 834-8834 or email northeasternballettheatre@gmail.com.  Make this the year you discover your inner dancer!  
  • Encore Dance School
    26 Glendon St., Wolfeboro
    (603) 520-2609
    Classes begin Sept 12 Website
  • Wolfeboro Area Creative Arts Center

    Lehner St. Wolfeboro 569-7979
    http://wolfeboro-arts.org/

     
  • Expressions Dance Academy

    90 Bay St, Wolfeboro
    569-9799

Music:

Music Lessons:

  • Sandy Wentworth Music Lessons

    20 Center St.
    569-8269

  • Wolfeboro Institute of the Arts

    603-515-1003

The Alton Parks and Recreation Department
Summer concert series
at the Alton Bay Bandstand
July-Aug Saturdays from 7 to 9 p.m.

Summer Music at Cate Park
Dockside, Wolfeboro

The Cate Park Band Concert Series: July-August
Wednesdays @ 7pm at Cate Park Bandstand
Dockside Downtown Wolfeboro.
Hour of practice, followed by an hourlong concert. Free

Wolfeboro Community Bandstand: July-August
Summer Concert Series - Saturdays July-Aug
7pm -9pm @ Cate Park - Dockside Downtown Wolfeboro

Ossipee Sunday Night
July-Aug 6:30pm @ the Main Street Park Gazebo
15 Moultonville Rd. Ctr. Ossipee.
(Just up the street from the Town Hall. Cross the RR Tracks & the Park is on your left).
In the event of rain the Concert
will be in the Town Hall @ 55 Main St., Ctr. Ossipee.

 

 

Clearlakes Chorale
 


http://www.clearlakeschorale.org
569-6079.

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Contact

 

Clearlakes Chorale is a non-auditioned community chorus based in Wolfeboro


Great Waters Music Festival
Coming Soon 2018 Schedule

Website
603-569-7710
or stop by the office at 54 N. Main St. in Wolfeboro, NH.

Great Waters Music Festival
Summer Concerts at Kingswood Arts Center
McManus Rd, Wolfeboro

  • 2017 Schedule of Events
    7:30-9:30pm
  • The Ossipee Mountain Boys
    Friday, July 28th, 2017
    The Great Hall - Wolfeboro Town Hall

    Original members Jeff Nelson-guitar, vocals, Dave Walker-bass, harmonica, vocals and Paul Luf- banjo, guitar and vocals are joined by seacoast recording artist Tom Yoder on fiddle and mandolin. OMB played all over NH in the late 70's and early 80's. They were favorites at the Sandwich Fair during those years as well as pubs and taverns all around the lakes region. They continue to use bluegrassy arrangements of fun and popular songs from yesterday and today in a folk, rock, swing grass put your handstogetherforthisone style. Ticket prices: $20 - General Admission

  • When Swing Was King A Tribute to Benny Goodman
    Friday, August 4th, 2017 at the Kingswood Arts Center

    Benny Goodman was known as the King of Swing- his iconic Big Band recordings of the 1930's & 40's are instantly recognizable and still popular today. But Benny also featured a wonderful small band that could play it hot- really blazing on tunes like Slipped Disc and Airmail Speical- and delicate on lovely numbers like Memories of You. This was a trailblazing group as it was considered the first openly integrated band performing in concerts halls and movies. In this concert Paul Cosentino and the Boilermaker Jazz Band will bring the energy and delicate swing of the small bands to you, performing some of their best known material. You'll also hear some of your favorite Goodman Big Band melodies, done small band style. Jennifer McNulty brings you selections by Benny's Gals, including hits by Peggy Lee, Liltin' Martha Tilton and the Helen's- Ward and Forrest. Ticket prices: $55, $45, $35, $25

  • Yellow Brick Road A Tribute to Elton John
    August 11th, 2017 - 7:30 pm At Anderson Hall Yellow Brick Road

    A Tribute to Elton John, from Augusta Maine, is a full concert tribute, complete with an incredible light show and sound system. Every detail of an actual Elton John concert is presented in such a way that will have Elton John fans screaming for more! To find out more - Visit their website. Ticket prices: $25 - General Admission

  • VoicePlay
    Friday, August 18th, 2017
    at the Kingswood Arts Center

    The cast of VoicePlay has taken the timeless sound of vocal music and turned it completely on it's head. Re-imagined as a full stage show, amazing, humorous, and vertigo-inducing harmonies pepper VoicePlay's music-without-music sound as it ping-pongs between eras and styles, channeling the breadth of the musical landscape and lacing it with inventive and often hilarious on-stage theatrics. Ticket prices: $50, $40, $30, $20

  • Barbra & Frank The Concert That Never Was
    Friday, August 25th, 2017 at the Kingswood Arts Center

    It is unlikely that the two powerhouse voices of the century would have ever shared the same stage.until now! Two great artists paying tribute to their characters, singing the most memorable music and songs ever written. They never worked together, exactly, except when they taped a duet in separate recording sessions, but it's tantalizing to think what it would have been like to have Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra teamed up for a concert tour. Just imagine the possibilities. Would one have outshone the other? Would their on stage banter have been friendly or a bit snippy? Ticket prices: $55, $45, $35, $25

  • Tickets at the festival's new office at 54 N. Main St. in Wolfeboro.
    Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Tickets are also available online at www.greatwaters.org or by phoning the festival office at 569-7710.

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569-7710

Wolfeboro Friends of Music

Friends of Music
Website

  • Wolfeboro Friends of Music
    CONCERTS 2017
    • John Denver Tribute
      September 30 2017
      Ted Vigil
      Saturday 7:30 PM
      Anderson Hall, Brewster Academy
      205 S. Main St. Wolfeboro
      Ticket Price $25

      Internationally recognized as the foremost interpreter and performer of the legendary music of John Denver, Ted Vigil brings his reincarnation of Denver's music to our stage for an evening of enchantment. Ted has had the honor of performing with John Denver's band mate and lead guitarist, the late Steve Weisberg, who has remarked that Ted's resemblance to the great John Denver is: "Uncanny!". Ted's gift for music and his polished and energetic performing style have earned him many awards, as well as an uncountable army of dedicated fans. Most recently, Ted was awarded the Rising Legend Award by the National Traditional Country Music Association.

      Sponsored By: Benefit Strategies Paul and Debbie Zimmerman

    • October 28, 2017
      Dartmouth AiresSaturday 7:30 PM
      Anderson Hall, Brewster Academy
      205 S. Main St. Wolfeboro
      Ticket Price $20

      For over 60 years, the Dartmouth Aires have established themselves as a landmark of musical excellence, high energy performance and outrageous comedy. The Dartmouth Aires have earned the status as one of the nation's most recognized all-male collegiate a capella groups, with appearances on national television and numerous concert appearances to sold out audiences. The Aires will bring their extreme musical talent, passion, diversity and friendship to deliver a concert filled their own arrangements of music ranging from the traditional to modern, to pop and beyond in a way that is guaranteed to delight.

      Sponsored by:
      Meredith Village Savings Bank J. Clifton Avery Insurance
      Edward Jones - Financial Adviser

    • December 2, 2017
      Thomas Pandolfi two
      Saturday 7:30 PM
      Anderson Hall, Brewster Academy
      205 S. Main St. Wolfeboro
      Ticket Price $20

      The internationally acclaimed young American pianist, Thomas Pandolfi, is an exciting virtuoso who, with each passing season, is becoming more and more sought after by audiences worldwide. Known for his ability to provide masterful performances of the standards from the classical repertoire, Thomas is also equally well appreciated as a cross-over artist with his own virtuoso transcriptions of the music of Andrew LloydWeber, Marvin Hamlisch, and others. Routinely showered with superlatives by critics for his passionate artistry and amazing technique, Thomas brings his national tour of 20 states to our stage for an evening that is sure to please.

    • January 14, 2018
      Gathering Time on steps Sunday 2 PM
      First Congregational Church
      115 S. Main St.Wolfeboro
      Tickets $20 - 2 PM

      With a seamless vocal blend, inspired guitar work and precise percussion, Stuart Markus, Hillary Foxsong, and Gerry McKeveny evince deep roots in 1960's folk-rock, with a dash of traditional folk in the mix. Their stage chemistry makes clear that they take the music (if not themselves) very seriously, yet their infectious energy wins over even fans who never considered themselves "folkies". Recently, this acclaimed trio swept the international folk radio charts, as their new original album, Keepsake, took the #1 album and #1 song slots, with five other songs on the chart's top 25.

    • March 11, 2018
      Pan Loco Steel Band
      Sunday 2 PM
      Brewster's Anderson Hall
      205 S. Main St.Wolfeboro

      Pan Loco Steel Band has been bringing the sounds of the Caribbean to New England since 1991. Hailing from the USA and the islands of St. Thomas and Trinidad, the musicians' studies at Berklee College of Music and the University of New Hampshire bought together. In their over 25 years together the ensemble has earned a "solid and trusted reputation as polished professionals" in venues that include the Fletcher School at Tufts University and in Rhode Island at Brown University's Caribbean HeritageWeek and at First Night in Boston. The quartet includes two steel drums, an electric bass, and electric percussion.Whatever setting in which Pan Loco performs, they concentrate on authentic calypso, reggae and Caribbean island music.

    • February 3, 2018
      Tempest Trio
      Saturday 7:30 PM
      First Congregational Church
      115 S. Main St Wolfeboro NH
      Tickets $20 - 7:30 PM

      Combining technical mastery, expressive depth, and experience, cellist Amit Peled, violinist Ilya Kaler and pianist Alon Goldstein form one of the most exciting trios on the international scene. Each virtuoso member has a successful solo career and together they bring dynamic vitality to the stage. We especially welcome back Amit Peled. The Tempest Trio has performed in cities throughout the US, Europe, Israel and Asia. The 2017-18 Season will mark the trio's 11th anniversary. As committed pedagogues, the Tempest Trio members all teach in universities and share their knowledge, experience and joy of music-making through educational residencies, master classes and lectures.

    • April 14, 2018
      Heifetz On Tour
      Saturday 7:30 PM
      Brewster's Anderson Hall
      205 S. Main St.Wolfeboro

      This will be Wolfeboro Friends of Music's sixth consecutive "on Tour" concert. For the past five years enthusiastic and welcoming Friends of Music audiences have thrilled to the Institute's "Heifetz On Tour" performances. The performers of the Heifetz International Music Institute, which resided on the Brewster Academy campus from 2002 to 2011 continue to astound and delight audiences wherever they go. Founded by Daniel Heifetz in 1996, the Institute offers its world-renowned summer program on the campus of Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia.Its signature "Heifetz on Tour" program is designed to create real-world performance and outreach opportunities for promising young alumni.

    • May 19, 2018
      Freese Brothers Big Band
      Saturday 7:30 PM
      Brewster's Anderson Hall
      205 S. Main St.Wolfeboro

      Enjoy the sounds of the Big Band Era when the Freese Brothers Big Band presentsWolfeboro Friends of Music's eighth concert for the 2017-2018 season. The band was formed in 1992 by the four Freese brothers; Jack, Bill, George and Courtland, who began playing music together in a family performing troupe in the 1930's. The purposes of the Band are to support and encourage the development of the musical talents of the public and its members, and to foster an appreciation of music of all eras. The men and women of the band live and work throughout Central and Southern New Hampshire. They come from diverse professional and musical backgrounds and blend their years of experience to produce the distinctive sound of the Freese Brothers Big Band.

Tuftonboro Music
at  Tuftonboro Old White Church, Middle Rd Tuftonboro across from general store.

 
  • Call or e-mail Greg or Teri Heppe for reservations at 569-9859 or hepx216@yahoo.com.
 


Wakefield Opera House
2 High St, Sanbornville, NH
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Theater:

Perform It!
Young People's Stage Company

323-8991  Website

 

The Village Players

52 Glendon St, Wolfeboro
569-9656 - Website

  • Auditions for "The Music Man"
    Sunday July 30 2-4pm for age 12 and under; 6:30pm for over age 12 & Monday July 31 at 7pm
      • 2016 MOVIE SCHEDULE

      • Village Players Movies:
        • "Psycho"
          Fri June 16 8pm
          Sat June 17 8pm
        Tickets are $5.00
        available at the door (cash only)
        or on line at www.village-players.com

        

       

       


The Barnstormers Theatre
104 Main Street, Tamworth, NH 03886
603-323-8500
Website
 


Performances Tues -Thurs 7:30pm
Fri - 8pm
Saturday 2pm & 8pm
Some Sundays 5pm

 

  • THE GHOST TRAIN
    Arnold Ridley
    Thursday, July 13th – Saturday, July 22nd

    You asked for it! Our audience called for this quintessential favorite by the hundreds—and we’re delighted to bring back our most beloved—and very first—play ever produced. If you’ve never seen it, you won’t want to miss it, and if you’ve seen it, well, you know why you’ll want to come back. Starring THE best sound effects ever!


    READ ABOUT OUR FULL 2017 SUMMER SEASON HERE

Museums:

Castle in the Clouds
455 Old Mountain Road Rte 171
Moultonboro
www.castleintheclouds.org.

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Clark House Museum Complex
233 S. Main St. Wolfeboro
Website



Open July and August
Wed- Friday from 10am-4pm
Saturday 10am-2pm
Tours by Appointment Spring and Fall.

July 15 Saturday 3-5pm

Glenn Knoblock "Brewing in NH: An informal History of Beer From the Colonial Times to the Present"

Glenn explores the fascinating history of New Hampshire's beer and ale brewing industry from Colonial days, when it was home- and tavern-based, to today's modern breweries and brew pubs. Unusual and rare photos and advertisements document this changing industry and the state's earliest brewers, including the renowned Frank Jones. A number of lesser-known brewers and breweries that operated in the state are also discussed, including the only brewery owned and operated by a woman before the modern era. Illustrations present evidence of society's changing attitudes towards beer and alcohol consumption over the years. Whether you're a beer connoisseur or a "tea-totaler," this lecture will be enjoyed by adults of all ages. Glenn Knoblock is an independent scholar and author of fifteen books and over 100 articles. He is also the author and historian on projects relating to Northern New England bridges, New Hampshire cemeteries, and brewing history, and African-American military history. Knoblock has served as the main military contributor to Harvard and Oxford University's landmark African-American Biography Project. He holds a BA in History from Bowling Green State University. The event will take place at the Clark Museum Complex, 233 South Main St., on July 15, 3-5pm. Samples will be provided by two new local micro-breweries, "The Lone Wolfe" and "Burnt Timber"v

 

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  • Klickity Klack Railroad

    8 Elm Street, Wolfeboro
    603-569-5384

libby museum
Libby Museum
Museum of Natural History

755 GW Highway, Rt 109. Wolfeboro
603-569-1035

Website


Built in 1912 by Dr. Henry Libby visitors view the wonders of the natural world 
Adult & children's programs throughout the summer

  • Open Seasonally:
    June 1, 2017 through Labor Day.
    Tue - Sat: 10am - 4pm
    Sun: Noon - 4pm

    Labor Day through Columbus Day
    Sat. 10AM - 4pm Sun. Noon - 4pm

    Admission: Adults: $2
    Ages 6-12: $1,
    Ages 5 and under free

The Loon Center
Lee's Mill Rd, Moultonborough
603-476-5666
(July 1 - Columbus Day): 9 am - 5 pm, 7 days a week
(May 19 - June 30; Columbus Day - Nov 30): Mon-Sat 9 am - 5 pm,
(Dec 1 - May 17): Thurs- Sat 9 am - 5 pm
Website

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NH Boat Museum

399 Center St.- Wolfeboro

603-569-4554   
Monday through Saturday 10-4
Sunday Noon – 4 
Website

 

New Hampshire Boat Museum, 399 Center St., Wolfeboro Falls, NH. 

New Hampshire Farm Museum

125 White Mt Highway, Milton
652-8740
Wednesday thru Sunday 10 am - 5 pm

Remick Museum and Farm
58 Cleveland Hill Rd. in Tamworth
323-7591

WINTER HOURS
Monday–Friday: 10 a.m.– 4 p.m.
PLEASE NOTE: We are closed on SAU13 snow days.
Snow day info: www.wmur.com/weather/closings —
See status for Tamworth schools under “T”


Monday through Friday 9am-5pm
Saturdays 9am-4pm
Website

Squam Lake Science Center
23 Science Center Road | Holderness,
NH 03245 | T: 603-968-7194 | F: 603-968-2229
May 1 through November 1 (including holidays)
Hours 9:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
(Last admission to trails at 3:30 p.m.)
Website

Calendar of Events

Wright Museum

77 Center St, Wolfeboro
569-1212.
Website

Monday – Saturday, 10am-4pm
Sunday, Noon-4pm.

The Wright Museum collects and displays artifacts that illustrate the Second World War's significant and lasting impact on American life

 

  • July 1 – Oct. 31
    special exhibit entitled, "The American Soldier, From the Civil War to the War in Iraq, A Photographic Tribute."
  • Wright Museum
    77 Center St, Wolfeboro
    569-1212.
    Website

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