Apr 19 @ 7:30 pm – Apr 27 @ 11:00 pm The Castle on Charles
Enjoy a magical evening at The Castle as you participate in a medieval tournament while enjoying a 4-course eat-with-your hands feast. This is your chance to take the throne!   Might you pull the sword from the stone?  It's good to be the King, but his regime is up … who will take his place?  Outstanding cast – bigger that...
Apr 20 @ 10:00 am – Apr 28 @ 5:00 pm Strawbery Banke Museum
Strawbery Banke welcomes Spring with the 4th annual Baby Animals: Heritage Breeds at the Banke, showcasing a variety of more than a dozen heirloom breeds of Barnyard Baby Animals (and their moms) that would have been familiar to earlier generations. The event, which takes place from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily under a tent on museum grounds, April 20 through April...
Apr 22 @ 9:00 am – Apr 25 @ 10:00 am Strawbery Banke Museum
Led by a heritage animal breeder and educator, this program is presented April 22 – April 25, 2019, from 9 am-10am, before the animal tent opens to the public each day. It is designed to give children age 4 to 8 (all ages admitted) an opportunity to meet the baby lambs, kids, chicks and other animals, up close. Participants will...
Apr 23 all-day Lamont Gallery
[E]MISSION[S]: CRITICAL is an environmentally-themed exhibition featuring four contemporary artists — Evan Anderma ’83, Lucinda Bliss, Tom Hall, and Jim Sardonis ’69 — reflecting on the state of our natural surroundings in light of climate change. Through an intertwining presentation of diverse mediums, these four artists share different aesthetic perspectives: from a “macro” view of the planet and her resources...
Apr 23 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters Gallery
The NH Furniture Masters present “Patterns in Wood,” a collection of work by six fine Furniture Masters. Each piece in this exhibition is an interpretation of the meaning of a pattern. Patterns can occur naturally in the figure or grain of a particular piece of wood, or they can be added as a decorative element in a design. Patterns also...
Apr 23 @ 6:00 pm Gibson's Bookstore
Matt Osgood scribbles in to Gibson’s talk about earning a living with freelance writing, as he presents Write Now. The Guide to Making It in Freelance Writing.
Apr 23 @ 7:00 pm The Music Hall Loft
Trees are one of humanity’s most constant and most varied companions. From India’s sacred banyan tree to the fragrant cedar of Lebanon, they offer us sanctuary and inspiration—not to mention the raw materials for everything from aspirin to maple syrup. In Around the World in 80 Trees, expert Jonathan Drori uses plant science to illuminate how trees play a role...
Apr 24 all-day Lamont Gallery
[E]MISSION[S]: CRITICAL is an environmentally-themed exhibition featuring four contemporary artists — Evan Anderma ’83, Lucinda Bliss, Tom Hall, and Jim Sardonis ’69 — reflecting on the state of our natural surroundings in light of climate change. Through an intertwining presentation of diverse mediums, these four artists share different aesthetic perspectives: from a “macro” view of the planet and her resources...
Apr 24 – May 4 all-day New Hampshire PBS
We’ve got some great stuff for a good cause. Each year the NHPBS AUCTION promotes thousands of small and large regional businesses, local artists, restaurants and more. The NHPBS AUCTION is a cornerstone to connecting with community supporters. Businesses around the region generously donate items and services, and the team of NHPBS AUCTION volunteers make it all happen. Want to...
Apr 24 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters Gallery
The NH Furniture Masters present “Patterns in Wood,” a collection of work by six fine Furniture Masters. Each piece in this exhibition is an interpretation of the meaning of a pattern. Patterns can occur naturally in the figure or grain of a particular piece of wood, or they can be added as a decorative element in a design. Patterns also...
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm New England College-Concord
The mission of every Toastmaster club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
Apr 24 @ 7:30 pm Redfern Arts Center, Keene State College
The Keene State College Music Department and the Keene State Orchestra present “An Evening in Paris,” featuring Beach Bal Masqué, Howe Polka of the Knave of Diamonds, Howe Waltz of the Queen of Hearts, Mozart Symphony No. 31 “Paris,” and Milhaud La Création du Monde. The Keene State Orchestra is comprised of students from Keene State College who major and...
Apr 25 all-day Lamont Gallery
[E]MISSION[S]: CRITICAL is an environmentally-themed exhibition featuring four contemporary artists — Evan Anderma ’83, Lucinda Bliss, Tom Hall, and Jim Sardonis ’69 — reflecting on the state of our natural surroundings in light of climate change. Through an intertwining presentation of diverse mediums, these four artists share different aesthetic perspectives: from a “macro” view of the planet and her resources...
Apr 25 – May 5 all-day New Hampshire PBS
We’ve got some great stuff for a good cause. Each year the NHPBS AUCTION promotes thousands of small and large regional businesses, local artists, restaurants and more. The NHPBS AUCTION is a cornerstone to connecting with community supporters. Businesses around the region generously donate items and services, and the team of NHPBS AUCTION volunteers make it all happen. Want to...
Apr 25 all-day Capitol Center for the Arts
After earning national acclaim as the standout star of NBC’s America’s Got Talent and Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Piff The Magic Dragon continues to win over audiences across the globe with his mythical mixture of wizardry, wit and sarcasm that ignites a one-of-a-kind comedy magic show you have to see to believe!
Apr 25 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters Gallery
The NH Furniture Masters present “Patterns in Wood,” a collection of work by six fine Furniture Masters. Each piece in this exhibition is an interpretation of the meaning of a pattern. Patterns can occur naturally in the figure or grain of a particular piece of wood, or they can be added as a decorative element in a design. Patterns also...
Apr 25 @ 12:00 pm The Canvas Roadshow
Bring your little one to work on a 14 x 14 pallet board. We will walk you through our time tested process. Pick from the options on our website and let us know which design when you check out. You can do your own or work on one with your child. We will pick colors, teach techniques, drill holes, and...
Apr 25 @ 6:00 pm Gibson's Bookstore
Julie Dobrow visits Gibson’s to talk about the extraordinary lives of Mabel Loomis Todd and her daughter, Millicent Todd Bingham, and the powerful literary legacy they shared in editing and publishing the first volumes of Emily Dickinson’s poetry and letters in “After Emily: Two Remarkable Women and the Legacy of America’s Greatest Poet.”
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm Hooksett Library
Speaking as Betsey Phelps, the mother of a Union soldier from Amherst, New Hampshire who died heroically at the Battle of Gettysburg, Sharon Wood offers an informative and sensitive reflection on that sacrifice from a mother’s perspective. Wood blends the Phelps boy’s story with those of other men who left their New Hampshire homes to fight for the Union cause...
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Pine Hill School
At High Mowing School, the Pine Hill early childhood and elementary  curriculum mirrors child development — from the baby steps made in our parent-child classes to the leaps made in elementary and middle school. Our rich, engaging curriculum supports and leads students through each phase—from their need for warmth and rhythm in early childhood, to their quest to understand their...
Apr 25 @ 7:00 pm Hopkins Center for the Arts
Considered one of the great Schubert interpreters, Mitsuko Uchida reveals the unforced lyricism, emotional depth and technical brilliance of three Schubert piano sonatas: the tragic and intense A minor, the sunny E-flat major and the A major, written shortly before Schubert’s death. Uchida’s storied career spans dozens of acclaimed recordings and performances, and she also leads Vermont’s Marlboro Music Festival....
Apr 25 @ 7:30 pm Redfern Arts Center, Keene State College
Celebrate the musical works of Franz von Suppé (1819-1895) at Keene State College Concert Band’s Franz von Suppé Bicentennial Celebration in the Main Theatre of Redfern Arts Center. Selections will include von Suppé’s classic overtures fromThe KSC Concert Band is a performing ensemble studying music written for winds, brass, percussion, and wind-band ensembles. The ensemble also serves the needs of...
Apr 26 all-day Lamont Gallery
[E]MISSION[S]: CRITICAL is an environmentally-themed exhibition featuring four contemporary artists — Evan Anderma ’83, Lucinda Bliss, Tom Hall, and Jim Sardonis ’69 — reflecting on the state of our natural surroundings in light of climate change. Through an intertwining presentation of diverse mediums, these four artists share different aesthetic perspectives: from a “macro” view of the planet and her resources...
Apr 26 – Apr 28 all-day Colonial Theatre, Putnam Theatre, Keene Cinema 6
The seventh Monadnock International Film Festival takes place April 26-28 in downtown Keene and Peterborough, NH. MONIFF showcases award-winning independent cinema from around the world, featuring both narrative and documentary films. Q&A’s and panel discussions with guest filmmakers will also be held, as well as lively after parties. Click moniff.org for more info.
Apr 26 – May 6 all-day New Hampshire PBS
We’ve got some great stuff for a good cause. Each year the NHPBS AUCTION promotes thousands of small and large regional businesses, local artists, restaurants and more. The NHPBS AUCTION is a cornerstone to connecting with community supporters. Businesses around the region generously donate items and services, and the team of NHPBS AUCTION volunteers make it all happen. Want to...
Apr 26 – Apr 28 all-day Windham NH High School
Considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy, Frank Loesser’s Guys and Dolls ran for 1,200 performances when it opened on Broadway in 1950. It received nearly unanimous positive reviews from critics and won several awards, including Tony and Drama Desk awards. Frequently revived on Broadway, the show has been done with numerous all-star casts, including productions and concerts...
Apr 26 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters Gallery
The NH Furniture Masters present “Patterns in Wood,” a collection of work by six fine Furniture Masters. Each piece in this exhibition is an interpretation of the meaning of a pattern. Patterns can occur naturally in the figure or grain of a particular piece of wood, or they can be added as a decorative element in a design. Patterns also...
Apr 26 @ 11:00 am – Apr 29 @ 5:00 pm New Hampshire Institute of Art
Edward Weston’s still life photographs of peppers are etched into the history of photography as seminal studies in form, shape and content. Here at the New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA), a highlight of the John Teti Rare Photography Book Collection is a silver gelatin of Pepper #35 (1930).  
Apr 26 @ 12:00 pm The Canvas Roadshow
Looking for a project during April vacation? Come paint a super cute sloth with us! Fun for kids and parents! In addition to the painting, you can also order food from T-Bones on our website to be brought over and enjoyed while you paint! You must must place your order by noon the day of the event. We also sell wine...
Apr 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm LaBelle Winery
Join the LaBelle Winery team at our inaugural Burning of the Vines celebration! At this event, you’ll be warmed by a massive fire made from a pile of grape vines – called canes, pruned during spring. The fire represents rebirth and rejuvenation of the vineyard.