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The Thing in the Spring


Jun 11, 2015 to Jun 14, 2015

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).


Presented by the Glass Museum, The Thing in the Spring is a weekend of art and music that happens annually in downtown Peterborough.

Broke: The Affordable Arts Fair will also be taking place on June 13 in Peterborough celebrating the universality of art. "Broke" is an exciting (and free to attend) day that will include a large variety art including prints, collages, soft sculpture, wearables and independent record releases. All artwork is affordably priced at under $50.

The Glass Museum is a non-profit that seeks to encourage and preserve music and art by documenting, archiving, and presenting music and art events in our communities in the form of albums, concerts, art shows, books, posters, films and writing.


$50 for a weekend pass; concerts priced individually


Downtown Peterborough
Peterborough, NH

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